Taylor Keyworth, a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is the Director Hockey-Operation at the TPH Center of Excellence in Grand Rapids. Keyworth played four season of college hockey at Davenport University before becoming a coach. From 2015-20, Keyworth was an assistant coach for Aquinas College. In the 2019-20 season, he was the head coach of the Byron Center High School team. Keyworth is currently the head coach Fox Motors 13U AAA team.
Martin Kubaliak is a native of Zvolen, Slovakia, where he played youth hockey. Upon coming to North America, Kubaliak played two seasons with the Medicine Hat Tigers of the WHL. He then turned pro and played in multiple leagues including the ECHL, CHL, and SPHL. Following his pro career, Kubaliak has been coaching various age groups, including his daughter’s youth team, since 2014. He resides in Huntsville with his wife Larie, daughter Marlie and son Mason.
Philip McRae, a Chesterfield, Missouri native, and Wildwood, Missouri resident, is the Director & Head of Hockey 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 the 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.
A University of Wisconsin graduate, Doman joined the TPH Superior team in 2019. Doman was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft, is an alumnus of the United States National Team Development Program and brings ten years of coaching experience in Minnesota high school hockey. Doman has also previously served as the Director of Player Development for the Milwaukee Junior Admirals.
In addition to four years of college hockey and 16 professional hockey seasons, Lipsett has been coaching the sport for over 20 years at every level from youth to professional. Lipsett heads up the Central division where he also serves as director and coach within the Tri-State Spartans organization. Lipsetts resides in Lexington, KY with his wife and children.