Iron Rangers promotes Todd Kreibich to head coach/GM


Media Update

Release date: Saturday, April 1, 2017

Iron Rangers promotes Todd Kreibich to head coach/GM

HOYT LAKES, Minn. – The Minnesota Iron Rangers of the Superior International Junior Hockey League have announced that Todd Kreibich has been promoted from assistant coach and will become the club’s new head coach and general manager, effective immediately, heading into the 2017-18 season.

Kreibich replaces Jesse Davis, whose contract was not renewed, following a sixth place 7-46-3-0 finish in the SIJHL standings in 2016-17.

Along with spending the campaign as an assistant for the Iron Rangers, Kreibich’s other experiences includes a year of playing with the Dubuque Fighting Saints in the USHL as well as a year of college hockey at D-III Gustavus-Adolphus followed a stint at Bemidji State University that included in a national championship.

He also was part of the Warroad Lakers side that won three Allan Cups senior titles from 1994-96.

Kreibich boasts 20 years of coaching experience, including seven years as coach at the Bemidji International Hockey School, four seasons as head coach with the Eveleth-Gilbert/Mesabi East High School program and five as an assistant with the Virginia/MIB High School program.

His varied experience, along with his commitment and experience as an assistant coach with the Iron Rangers this season, makes him a great fit for our program.

Kreibich lives with his family on the Iron Range and has great community involvement and support.

The Iron Rangers organization thanks Jesse Davis for his commitment and wishes him all the best in his future coaching endeavors.

For more information, you can visit the team’s website at or on social media via @MNIronRangers and