Cullen joins Islanders’ ECHL team

Defenseman Will Cullen has signed with Bridgeport of the American Hockey League, the New York Islanders' top affiliate, ending his collegiate career. Will Cullen (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Cullen was then reassigned to Worcester of the ECHL. Cullen transferred from Bowling Green – where he had played one season under head coach Chris Bergeron and … Continue reading Cullen joins Islanders’ ECHL team

Miami salvages split with LIU

OXFORD, Ohio – Two individuals celebrated firsts on Saturday, and more importantly, Miami earned its first home win of the season. Flipping a recent trend, the RedHawks never trailed after scoring twice late in the first period en route to a 4-1 win over Long Island University as the teams split the weekend series. Logan … Continue reading Miami salvages split with LIU

Long Island shocks Miami

OXFORD, Ohio – At least Miami got into the record books, albeit for its opponent's achievement. Second-year Division I program Long Island University set a new mark for goals vs. a D-1 team en route to beating just its third-ever team in the NCAA's top echelon, topping Miami, 7-4 at Cady Arena on Friday. LIU … Continue reading Long Island shocks Miami

Preview: Long Island U. at Miami

One of the few positive things to come out of COVID was the emergence of Long Island University as a Division I program for both men's and women's hockey. The Sharks have not beaten a D-1 opponent in eight tries this season but have salvaged a pair of ties vs. teams sniffing the top 20. … Continue reading Preview: Long Island U. at Miami

Miami pounded by Denver in finale

Miami won its conference opener two weeks ago, but the RedHawks have now dropped five straight NCHC games since, most in lopsided fashion. No. 11 Denver pounded MU, 7-1 at Magness Arena on Saturday and outscored the RedHawks, 11-2 in the weekend sweep. Miami (2-9-1) fell behind, 5-0 before scoring its lone goal early in … Continue reading Miami pounded by Denver in finale

Cullen takes leave from Miami

Defenseman Will Cullen is stepping away from the team for personal reasons, 'and that could 100 percent be for the rest of the year', coach Chris Bergeron said before Friday's game in Denver. Will Cullen (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Cullen, a graduate senior, transferred from Bowling Green to Miami last off-season after racking up six … Continue reading Cullen takes leave from Miami

Denver clobbers Miami in opener

Miami survived the first period, fending off two power plays and an early Denver surge. Though the game was tied after 20 minutes, the No. 11 Pioneers pulled away with two crucial goals in the middle frame en route to a 4-1 win over the RedHawks at Magness Arena on Friday. Dylan Moulton (photo by … Continue reading Denver clobbers Miami in opener

Preview: Miami at Denver

When these teams last met, Miami took down Denver in MU's signature Pod showing, winning 3-0 behind 26 saves by Ludvig Persson. Prior to that victory, the RedHawks had dropped their previous six vs. DU, during which they were outscored, 32-10. Denver has won its last three against MU at Magness Arena, scoring 19 goals … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Denver

ProHawks: Greene logs 1,000th NHL game

Andy Greene dressed for his 1,000th NHL game on Monday, becoming just the second former RedHawk to reach that milestone. Andy Greene (photo by Brett Hansbauer/Getty Images). Greene, one of only five Miami defensemen in the team's 100-point club, has 50 goals and 205 assists in his 16-season NHL career. He played with New Jersey … Continue reading ProHawks: Greene logs 1,000th NHL game

Rally falls short as UND sweeps Miami

OXFORD, Ohio – Miami had already lost its series opener by three goals, and at the two-minute mark of the first period of the finale, MU was already behind down a goal vs. No. 7 North Dakota. Michael Regush (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). The RedHawks largely trailed from that point on but still ended up … Continue reading Rally falls short as UND sweeps Miami

Offense MIA as N. Dakota downs Miami

OXFORD, Ohio – No. 7 North Dakota was not only the better team on Friday, it benefited from seemingly every odd carom of the puck. The Fighting Hawks doubled up the RedHawks in shots on goal en route to a 4-1 win over MU at Cady Arena in the series opener. UND never trailed, scoring … Continue reading Offense MIA as N. Dakota downs Miami

Preview: North Dakota at Miami

It's just the second week of NCHC conference play, but North Dakota has already faced a gauntlet of an early-season schedule. The Fighting Hawks have played six of their last seven games against ranked opponents, and the unranked foe they faced was Penn State, which is 6-4. UND swept Denver in Grand Forks to open … Continue reading Preview: North Dakota at Miami

Miami loses finale at Omaha

OMAHA, Neb. – Miami defied the odds on Friday, scoring twice late to beat one of the hottest teams in college hockey on the road and end a six-game winless streak with a depleted roster. Matthew Barbolini (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). But there would be no such magic on Saturday, as No. 9 Omaha hammered … Continue reading Miami loses finale at Omaha

Miami rallies past No. 9 UNO

OMAHA, Neb. – Miami entered Friday riding a six-game winless streak despite being either tied or leading after two periods in each contest. Meanwhile, the RedHawks' opponent, No. 9 Omaha, had won seven straight, one short of a team record. But MU (2-4-1) broke its trend of late-game struggles, scoring twice in 19 seconds late … Continue reading Miami rallies past No. 9 UNO

Preview: Miami at Omaha

Miami and Omaha have had completely contrasting starts to 2021-22. The RedHawks won their season opener but are 0-4-1 since, but the Mavericks enter this weekend riding a seven-game winning streak following a Game 1 loss. This is the first weekend of NCHC play. UNO took fourth in the league last season while Miami finished … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Omaha