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

Swede first win for Miami

Freshman Swedish defenseman Hampus Rydqvist scored the game winner and rookie countryman and goaltender Ludvig Persson turned aside all 30 shots he faced. Miami's first-year European duo keyed its 1-0 win over No. 18 Nebraska-Omaha at Baxter Arena on Saturday. It was the first win of the season for the RedHawks, the first career goal … Continue reading Swede first win for Miami

Omaha sinks Miami in OT

Nebraska-Omaha and Miami were tied after 60 minutes, but the Mavericks needed just 17 seconds of overtime to net the game-winning goal. UNO edged the RedHawks, 2-1 in the extra session to hand them their second straight loss to open the season. Miami's Scott Corbett (Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Scott Corbett scored the lone goal for Miami. … Continue reading Omaha sinks Miami in OT

NCHC Snapshot: Omaha

Omaha's 2018-19 season was its worst in 15 years, but last year Mike Gabinet's Mavericks bounced back from that nine-win campaign to a .458 winning percentage and sixth-place finish. And UNO appears poised to take another step forward, with most of its offensive weapons back, a starting goalie coming off a stellar rookie season and … Continue reading NCHC Snapshot: Omaha

Miami, NCHC becoming real Bubble Boys

It's appropriate that the NCHC has a team nicknamed the Pioneers, because that's what all eight members of the conference will be in December. Due to the pandemic, the league will set up a unique pod during a three-week period in which all eight teams will play 10 games in Omaha under medical supervision. This … Continue reading Miami, NCHC becoming real Bubble Boys

Miami shuts out Omaha again

OXFORD, Ohio – Senior Ryan Larkin made sure to etch his name into the Miami record book in his final game at Cady Arena. Miami's Ryan Larkin (photo by Cathy Lachmann). Larkin stopped 29 shots as the RedHawks blanked Nebraska-Omaha, 4-0 on Saturday, giving the goalie and MU consecutive shutouts for the first time since … Continue reading Miami shuts out Omaha again

Larkin, Miami blank Omaha

OXFORD, Ohio – What a kickoff to Senior Weekend for Ryan Larkin. Miami's Ryan Larkin (photo by Cathy Lachmann). The senior goalie, playing in his final home series for Miami, stopped 19 shots en route to blanking Nebraska-Omaha, 3-0 at Cady Arena on Friday. And he picked up an assist, marking the first time an … Continue reading Larkin, Miami blank Omaha

Preview: UNO at Miami

Statistically, Miami's best weekend series of 2019-20 in conference play was its trip to Omaha, where the RedHawks earned five of a possible six points and outscored the Mavericks, 7-4. Now mired in an 11-game winless streak, MU hopes to return to that late-November form. Nebraska-Omaha is in sixth place in the NCHC, 10 points … Continue reading Preview: UNO at Miami