Ryan Bach

Goaltending Coach, hired in 2005

The Colorado Eagles' inaugural season goaltender re-joined the team in 2006-07 as goaltending coach. His duties were then expanded heading into the 2007-08 season when he was named assistant coach and served as interim head coach while Chris Stewart recovered from offseason back surgery. Prior to coaching, Bach played eight seasons of professional hockey including two brief stops in the NHL with the Detroit Red Wings and the Los Angeles Kings.

Bach attended Colorado College for four seasons, finishing with a 53-19-8 record with the Tigers. He was an All-WCHA First Team Goaltender twice, as well as being a two-time All-American with CC. He started his career in the Red Wings' system playing for Adirondack. The following season, he played for the Houston Aeros and was selected as an IHL All-Star. In his last two seasons before coming to Colorado, Bach won two straight English Superleague Championships with the Sheffield Steelers and the Belfast Giants. He finished up his pro career with the Eagles going 33-15-5.