2019-20 review: A season cut short

This wasn't how anyone thought it would end. Miami was a longshot to beat Minnesota-Duluth in the first round of the NCHC Tournament, but the obvious expectation was that the RedHawks would have a chance to see their season reach its conclusion on the ice. Miami's Gordie Green (photo by Cathy Lachmann). “There's just really … Continue reading 2019-20 review: A season cut short

Green was a giant for Miami

OXFORD, Ohio – On stats alone, Gordie Green is among the best players ever to dress for Miami. The team captain has climbed into the top 40 on the team's all-time points leaderboard. He finished this season third in the conference in points with 36 and was named to the all-NCHC's second team. Green twice … Continue reading Green was a giant for Miami

Pro report: Europe cancels playoffs

Several Miami alumni playing in Europe had their seasons abruptly halted prior to or during the playoffs due to the Coronavirus threat. DEL and DEL2, the top two German leagues, have canceled their postseasons, as has Austria's top league, EBEL. Jeff Zatkoff is 22-6 with a 2.41 goals-against average for Straubing, which would have been … Continue reading Pro report: Europe cancels playoffs

Loss seals seven seed for Miami

Miami locked itself into the No. 7 seed in the NCHC Tournament, but it won't know its first-round opponent until about 10:30 p.m. EST on Saturday. No. 17 Western Michigan scored twice in a 16-second window late in the first period and rode those goals to a 5-2 win over the RedHawks at Lawson Arena … Continue reading Loss seals seven seed for Miami

Preview: Miami at W. Michigan

Where is Miami heading for the first round of the NCHC Tournament? Mathematically, the RedHawks – currently seventh in the league – could travel to any one of five conference foes, including Western Michigan, but the most likely scenario is MU ends up in Duluth next week. The fourth-place Broncos have a lot to play … Continue reading Preview: Miami at W. Michigan