Corey Tropp played three impressive seasons (2007–10) for the Michigan State Spartans in the CCHA at the NCAA Division I level.

Tropp's outstanding college career gained recognition when he was named Team MVP and most outstanding forward his junior season. 

Off the ice, Corey was an academic All-Big Ten which led to him graduating with a bachelor's degree in communications and advertising.

Michigan State

Making his NHL debut on November 4, 2011, against the Calgary Flames, Corey Tropp had stints with the Buffalo Sabres, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Anaheim Ducks.

Notably, he became one of only eight NHL players to wear the number 78. Tropp scored his first NHL goal on November 8, 2011, against the Winnipeg Jets.

San Diego Gulls - Alternative captain, scoring leader 2016-2020


In the 2015–16 season, he was traded to the Anaheim Ducks and played with their AHL affiliate, the San Diego Gulls. Following the completion of his contract with the Ducks, Tropp remained with the Gulls, ultimately leaving as one of the franchise's leading scorers after five seasons.

His European journey included successful stints with the Straubing Tigers in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga.

Most recently, Tropp played for the Vienna Capitals in the ICE Hockey League.

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With an impressive background as a former NHL player, Corey brings a wealth of experience and passion for the game to his coaching sessions. Corey is dedicated to sharing his knowledge and skills with aspiring players of all ages.

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