Layne Sedevie – Head Coach & General Manager
|The 2022-23 Season will mark the 13th as Bobcats head coach for Bismarck native Layne Sedevie. Sedevie, 40, joined the Bobcat bench as an assistant coach under Byron Pool in 2009 after a long playing career that spanned the junior, collegiate and professional ranks. After winning the Robertson Cup in his first and only year as assistant, Sedevie took the head coaching role prior to the 2010-11 season.
Prior to his days as a Bobcat coach, Layne spent two years as a goaltender in the USHL with both the Sioux Falls Stampede and Topeka Scarecrows before moving on to a four-year career in net at Bemidji State University, compiling a 29-21-4 record as a Beaver. After graduation, he spent a year in the Central Hockey League, split between the Wichita Thunder and the Youngstown Steelhounds.
Sedevie’s overall record as head coach entering 2022-23 is 385-261-60. The Bobcats have qualified for the playoffs in 9 of 11 seasons (the 2020 season was cut short due to COVID-19.) Under his command, more than 100 players have accepted NCAA Division I hockey commitments.
Hunter Laslo – Assistant Coach
Hunter Laslo enters his second season as the Bobcats’ assistant coach.
Laslo, a southern California native, comes to Bismarck from the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs of the United States Premier Hockey League, an organization with whom he spent three seasons as a player. Laslo served as head coach of the 16U team, his first coaching job out of college, before joining the Bobcats for the 2021-22 season.
Laslo is a 2020 graduate of NCAA Division III SUNY Brockport in Brockport, N.Y. where he played in 98 games over four seasons.
Niko Kapetanovic – Assistant General Manager
Sean Clark – Scout
Greg Anderson – Scout
Brendon Ehrlich – Athletic Trainer
PT, DPT, LAT, ATC
|Ehrlich is entering his second season as the Head Athletic Trainer of the Bobcats. He is a native of Bismarck and attended Bismarck High School before going on to study at the University of Mary, where he received a Bachelor’s in Athletic Training and minor in Wellness in 2017. He then continued his time at the University of Mary and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2020. Brendon works for Sanford as an outpatient physical therapist and athletic trainer.|