Pro report: Trade deadline edition

It's been a wild month for RedHawks alumni. Four of the nine former Miamians in the NHL were moved prior to this week's trade deadline, with all shifting from teams not in playoff contention to ones positioned to qualify for the postseason. Blake Coleman (photo by Cathy Lachmann). Defenseman Andy Greene and center Blake Coleman … Continue reading Pro report: Trade deadline edition

Miami blanked, swept by Denver

At least when Miami allowed seven goals on Friday, it scored three goals of its own. MU hung with No. 7 Denver for the first period, but the Pioneers blew it open in the second in a 7-0 win over RedHawks' at Magness Arena on Saturday, sweeping the four-game season series and outscoring the RedHawks, … Continue reading Miami blanked, swept by Denver

Miami needs to stay in the NCHC

On Tuesday, it was announced the CCHA – Miami's conference from 1981 until its demise in 2013 – will be resurrected, with seven of the current 10 WCHA teams re-brandishing themselves as members of the defunct league. On Thursday, College Hockey News indicated the RedHawks are interested in departing the NCHC in favor of the … Continue reading Miami needs to stay in the NCHC

Preview: Miami at Denver

Denver was cruising through its schedule, losing just four of its first 26 games and challenging for the top spot in the NCHC. But the Pioneers' run has been halted the past two weekends, as they were swept by Minnesota-Duluth and then again at North Dakota, and now they're trying to hold onto home-ice advantage … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Denver

Johnson comes to Miami's defense

OXFORD, Ohio – After sitting for the first two-thirds of his sophomore season, the opportunity to play again finally presented itself, and Carter Johnson took full advantage. The 6-feet, 3-inch center dished out hits, played tight, physical defense and won faceoffs. Miami's Carter Johnson (photo by Cathy Lachmann). Johnson was looking to carry that momentum … Continue reading Johnson comes to Miami's defense