Home woes continue as Miami falls to MSU

Miami might want to consider moving scheduled home games off campus. Michigan State scored three times in the first period and rode that lead to a 5-3 win at Cady Arena on Friday. The RedHawks are stuck on one win on home ice this season, and that victory came on Oct. 2 vs. Ferris State. … Continue reading Home woes continue as Miami falls to MSU

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Preview: Michigan St. at Miami

These former CCHA foes broke an eight-year cease fire last season when they met in East Lansing for a weekend series early last season, and Michigan State won both nights. The teams wrap up the home-and-home contract this weekend, and although the Spartans are 71-34-6 all-time vs. Miami, the RedHawks are 7-2-1 in their last … Continue reading Preview: Michigan St. at Miami

Clement rescues Hawks in win at N. Dakota

The deciding goal came from a player who hadn't lit the lamp in 13 months. Jack Clement (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Miami saw a three-goal lead evaporate before stay-at-home defenseman and captain Jack Clement stole the puck in the offensive zone and found the net, putting the RedHawks ahead for good as they edged No. … Continue reading Clement rescues Hawks in win at N. Dakota

North Dakota blasts Miami

Miami's catastrophic start to its league slate extended itself into a fourth weekend. Blake Mesenburg (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). The RedHawks were torched by No. 19 North Dakota, 7-1 at Ralph Engelstad Arena on Friday, dropping them to 0-6-1 in the NCHC with just one conference point. Miami (4-7-2) fell behind by five before recording … Continue reading North Dakota blasts Miami

Bad start dooms Miami in loss to CC

OXFORD, Ohio -- The Zambroni crew probably could've saved time by not resurfacing Miami's offensive zone after the first period. Thanks to an extremely slow start, the RedHawks fell behind by a goal early and never recovered, losing 2-1 to Colorado College at Cady Arena on Saturday. Miami (4-6-2) is winless in six games since … Continue reading Bad start dooms Miami in loss to CC

Savage scores, is injured as Miami ties CC

OXFORD, Ohio -- Red Savage scored Miami's lone goal in the second period, giving him three of the RedHawks' last eight tallies during the team's woeful six-game scoring drought. Miami's Red Savage (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Unfortunately for the RedHawks, Savage left the game after suffering a head shot in the final minutes of regulation. … Continue reading Savage scores, is injured as Miami ties CC

ProHawks: Smith, Martinez hit milestone together

Reilly Smith and Alec Martinez weren't teammates in Oxford but they have played together for several years with Vegas, so it's appropriate they both dressed for their 700th NHL game the same night. And Smith scored twice in that contest, including the game winner. In Toronto, Smith's hometown. In overtime. It gets even better: He … Continue reading ProHawks: Smith, Martinez hit milestone together

Miami strengths, issues after 0-4 league start

Miami racked up four wins and a tie in its first six games against non-conference opponents, but the RedHawks have been worked by NCHC foes the first two weeks of league play. Western Michigan scored three straight goals midway through a 5-2 win over Miami at Lawson Arena on Saturday, dropping the RedHawks to 0-4 … Continue reading Miami strengths, issues after 0-4 league start

WMU power play torches Miami

Allowing 10 power play chances is not the best way to start a league road slate. Miami suffered its worst loss since its infamous St. Cloud State weekend in late January, falling 7-1 in its series opener at No. 18 Western Michigan on Friday. The RedHawks (4-4-1), who took 40 minutes in penalties and allowed … Continue reading WMU power play torches Miami

Denver scores 3 late, sweeps Miami

OXFORD, Ohio -- Miami was called for and killed off five consecutive penalties, but the sixth straight minor proved costly. The RedHawks, who led or were tied for the first 53 minutes, surrendered the go-ahead goal on that decisive power play and ultimately an empty netter as No. 3 Denver foiled their upset bid, 4-2 … Continue reading Denver scores 3 late, sweeps Miami

Preview: Denver at Miami

So far this season, Denver won the Ice Breaker at home, was swept at UMass and earned a pair of wins vs. Providence at Magness Arena last weekend. That means the defending national champions are 0-2 on the road, although in previous years they have fattened up at Cady Arena, winning five straight on the … Continue reading Preview: Denver at Miami

Persson blanks Canisius as Miami sweeps

BUFFALO, N.Y. – Miami and Canisius combined for five third-period goals a day earlier, but that scoring barrage did not carry over to Saturday. Miami's Ryan Savage (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). Fortunately for the RedHawks, it was Ryan and Red Savage who netted the lone tallies in a 2-0 win over the Golden Griffins at … Continue reading Persson blanks Canisius as Miami sweeps

Goal barrage lifts Miami past Canisius

BUFFALO, N.Y. – At the end of the first period, it appeared Miami’s 6-0 all-time record vs. Canisius may be in jeopardy. But the RedHawks erased a 1-0 deficit by running off five straight goals in a 27-minute span and held on for a 5-3 win over the Golden Griffins in their first-ever game at … Continue reading Goal barrage lifts Miami past Canisius

Miami downs No. 15 UMass Lowell

Despite its lack of recent success overall, Miami has done one thing exceptionally well the past few seasons: Win its road opener. Joey Cassetti (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). The RedHawks, who have not lost the first game of a season road slate since 2016, rode a three-point night by Joey Cassetti and Ludvig Persson's 38 … Continue reading Miami downs No. 15 UMass Lowell

RedHawks too much for Ferris

OXFORD, Ohio – Miami took control with even-strength goals and sealed its first win of 2022-23 with special-teams tallies. Red Savage (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). The RedHawks scored on the power play and shorthanded to nail down a 4-1 win over Ferris State in the series finale at Cady Arena on Sunday. The teams tied … Continue reading RedHawks too much for Ferris