Former Local Professional Kyle Moore Named 2009 AAA Head Coach
CPH is excited to announce Charlotte local Kyle Moore has retired from Professional hockey and has been named the Head Coach of the 2009 Carolina Premier Hockey team. Kyle has been a staple in youth camps and clinics locally in Charlotte and is well respected by the kids he has worked to develop. Last season Kyle spent time developing our CPH 10U players while preparing for another year of professional hockey.
Kyle developed as a youth player in Charlotte working his way to some of the top junior hockey leagues, including the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) and the North American Hockey League (NAHL). After a successful junior career, Kyle at 21 years old embarked on a professional career. Coach Moore spent the 2019-2020 season playing in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL). Unfortunately, after a successful professional season, COVID hampered Kyles’s ability to play the 2020-21 season ultimately leading to his decision to embark on his coaching career.
“As a player Kyle had an amazing career and one, he should be immensely proud of. What is more exciting is his dedication to coaching in Charlotte, so there are more players that advance the way him and his brother did. If you watch any camp or clinic locally Kyle is a fixture on everyone’s staff because of his interaction with kids and his coaching ability. Kyle spent many years playing for Coach Cruthers and was his Captain in the NAHL. Coach Moore knows exactly how CPH plans to operate, build culture, and develop players as he lived it making him the perfect coach for our 2009 team. We are overly excited to welcome him to our family full time.” -CPH BOD
“I want to thank Troy and Ryan for this exciting opportunity to give back to the game I love and to be able to do it with high level players for CPH in my hometown. Many of these kids I remember coaching in camps throughout the years and I cannot wait to be able to work with them daily. I spent years playing under this development model and culture for Ryan and I know the Championship pedigree Troy and he have. This is the perfect transition for me into my new career as a coach.” – Kyle Moore 2009 HC