On March 22, Ice Bears head coach, Jeremy Law, announced that he would be stepping down from his position after six seasons. He was the first paid coach in Ice Bears history when he started in 2017.

During a press conference when he was first hired, he mentioned having hopes of bringing a fast and disciplined style of play to MSU; he did just that. In his first season with the team, he led them to the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Championship. Since then, he has continued to succeed with his team, leading them to three more National Championship appearances.

On Jan. 21, 2023, Law reached 100 career wins as head coach. He ended his time with MSU with a record of 109-84-18. The final game he coached ended with a 3-1 Ice Bears win against University of Alabama. Law had a remarkable career during his time at Missouri State.

Following his departure from MSU, Law will take the head coach position at Drury University who currently have a record of 6-17.. 

In a statement posted to Twitter, Law said, “I want to personally thank the entire organization for having me since 2017 and making my time at MSU Hockey such a wonderful and memorable experience.”

The new head coach for the Ice Bears has yet to be announced as of March 28. 


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