Philip McRae, a Chesterfield, Missouri native and Wildwood, Missouri resident, is the Director of Hockey-Operation at the TPH Center of Excellence in St. Louis. In 2004-05, he won a Tier I USA Hockey National Champion as a member of the 15U St. Louis ‘AAA’ Blues. And in 2004-05, he was a champion again as a Mid-States High School Hockey champion with Christian Brothers College High School. Following his youth hockey career, McRae Played junior hockey with US National Team Development Program and the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League. In four seasons in the OHL, he served as captain and was twice selected to the OHL all-star game. In 2008, McRae was selected 33rd overall by the St. Louis Blues in the NHL Entry Draft.
- 10-year professional playing career that included over 500 games played in the AHL as well as across three of Europe’s top professional leagues
- Represented Team USA at three world championships, with the Under 17 and Under 18’s, as well as with an Under 20 squad that captured a Gold Medal in 2010.
- Played for St. Louis Blues in the 2010-11 season.