Troy Myers was born in Denton, Texas and began playing hockey at age 7. He played roller and ice hockey in the DFW area through high school at the house and travel level, playing defenseman for the Dallas Penguins.
Troy began working for the Dallas Stars organization in 2009 and started coaching in 2013. He specializes in power skating and has worked alongside coaches established at the amateur and professional level.
Troy is Hockey Manager at the Richardson StarsCenter, and lives with his wife in Dallas, Texas.
DJ Graham grew up north of Chicago and started playing hockey at the age of 3. At the age of 16, DJ moved to Tampa Bay, Florida to play on a national-ranked team, and captained Team Florida at scouting showcases. DJ played in the Pro-Am Pre-Draft at the international level before signing with the Philadelphia Jackals. He played on the East Coast where affiliated with the Elmira Jackals (ECHL) and the Danbury Whalers, (FHL) DJ was also a RedBull Crashed Ice Athlete before returning home to work for the Tampa Bay Lighting.
DJ coached in the Lightning Community Hockey Program with former and current NHL players. As well, he has coached high school, founded Elite Performance Hockey Training, and won a National Championship coaching the Tampa Scorpions U16AA team.
DJ was a Zamboni Driver for the Lightning for 5 years and is currently an Operations Manager for the Dallas Stars.
Robert Wooten started playing the game of hockey at the age of 12 years old. Robert participated in house leagues, played high school hockey for Plano East, and college hockey for the University of North Texas.
His coaching career started at the age of 16, with the Dallas Stars Little Rookies program. He is no one of the lead coaches for the Dallas Stars Hockey Academy program at the Richardson Stars Center. He is in his third season as head coach for a 14u house team, and is in his first year as an assistant coaching for his high school alma mater the Plano East Panthers.
Robert has a total of four years coaching experience working with kids of all ages.