Terrence Wallin, 29, retires from a five year professional playing career to become the second assistant coach in team history. A native of Yardley, PA, Wallin has multiple New England connections, including a family home in Kennebunk. He also played his college hockey at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell from 2011-15. After beginning his pro career with the Southern Professional Hockey League’s Peoria Rivermen in 2015-16, he rose to the ECHL and the Adirondack Thunder. Wallin played for parts of three seasons with Adirondack, plus a stint with the Rapid City Rush, before being traded from the Thunder to Maine prior to the start of the 2018-19 season. Wallin reached the AHL in 2017-18 and 2018-19, playing stints with the Binghamton Devils and Hartford Wolf Pack. He served as an alternate captain each of his two seasons as a player for the Mariners. In 2019-20, he scored 23 goals, tied for the team lead. Through two seasons, Wallin ranks second in all-time franchise points, goals, and power play goals, and leads the franchise in game-winning goals. Wallin founded Evolution Hockey Camps in 2019, teaching hockey skills to players of all ages, and has since expanded the company to the Maine Evolution travel hockey organization. He currently lives in Portland with his wife, Erin.