Brian Raduenz – Owner
Brian Raduenz is the Chief Executive Officer of a global Defense company, AEVEX Aerospace based out of Solana Beach, California. A native of Eveleth, Minnesota, he is a graduate and hockey alumnus of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel after a 20-year Air Force career before building and leading a successful Aerospace and Defense corporation.
Raduenz played hockey for Eveleth High School and then went on to play Division I college hockey for the United States Air Force Academy. He would receive his Bachelor’s Degree in 1988 from the Air Force Academy and would then go on to obtain his Master’s Degree in 1992 from the Air Force Insitute of Technology in Dayton, Ohio.
Brian Raduenz and his wife, Theresa, started the Iron Ranger Foundation in 2019, which awards scholarships to high school students who have lost a parent to “death (of one/both parents), estrangement, incarceration, terminal illness, or termination of parental rights.” The Raduenz family also donated $250,000 in February 2021 to the Rock Ridge Rising campaign, which raised money for new school and athletic facilities for the newly formed Rock Ridge School District in Eveleth.
President of Business Operations – Brian Schulz
Brian Schulz returns to the role of President of Business Operations for both the Bruins and Rochester Grizzlies, a position he held before the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most fans will recognize Schulz as the Public Address Voice for the Austin Bruins, a role he has also returned to for the 2023-24 Season. Schulz has spent twelve years with Rochester Motor Cars and in the role of Director of Human Resources. Rochester Motor Cars is the largest auto dealer in Southern Minnesota. Besides the Bruins, his connections to the Austin hockey community come as both a previous member of the Austin Youth Hockey Board and as a hockey parent. Additionally, Schulz was involved with the St. Paul Pioneers football team for 10 years, one of the most successful semi-pro teams in the country. Schulz won the 2003 American Football Association General Manager of the Year and assisted in marketing, game day operations, player recruitment, and announcing for the team. Brian resides in Austin with his wife, Amanda.