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Greg Moore Head Coach

2023-2024 will be Greg Moore’s first year as a head coach at USA Hockey's National Team Development Program, making his return to the NTDP after serving as an assistant coach from 2015-18, where helped Team USA win a gold medal at the 2017 IIHF Under-18 Men’s World Championship.

Moore comes to USA Hockey after serving as head coach of the AHL's Toronto Marlies from 2019-23. Prior to his time coaching professionally, he spent two years with the USHL's Chicago Steel, leading the team to the Clark Cup Finals in his first year.

Moore, an NTDP alum (2000-02), was a member of the 2004 U.S. National Junior Team that won the United States’ first gold medal in tournament history in 2004, the 2002 IIHF Under-18 Men’s National Team that won gold at that season's championship and brought the U.S. a first-place finish at the  2001 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

Before his time behind the bench, Moore spent several years playing professionally, including at the game's highest level for the New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets. Additionally, he played in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga for four years (2011-15).

A Lisbon, Maine, native, Moore played collegiately for the University of Maine (2002-06), where he was selected as team captain during his senior season, was a top-10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award and earned Hockey East First Team and All-America First Team honors.