Miami trounces fourth-ranked St. Cloud

OXFORD, Ohio -- Miami was 1-14 in its previous 15 games against St. Cloud State and was outscored, 26-4 in its last three meetings, including a 7-3 loss on Friday. But in a complete trend reversal, the RedHawks cashed in three times on a major power play en route to 5-0 win over the No. … Continue reading Miami trounces fourth-ranked St. Cloud

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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

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

Incoming class analysis: Part II

It seems counterintuitive that Miami's most geographically diverse incoming class in recent decades is seeming to bond quicker than most. But with four of the incoming freshmen coming from the same USHL squad and others having ties to returning players, the 2022-23 RedHawks already appear to have the jelling thing covered despite not having played … Continue reading Incoming class analysis: Part II

Bergeron: Miami ‘not a 7-win program’

The hockey gods appeared to conspire against Miami from opening weekend last season. After battling bus issues on the way to Ferris State and winning Game 1, the RedHawks lost on an exceedingly-rare 3-on-4 overtime goal to a Bulldogs team that had not beaten a Division I opponent in 33 previous attempts, a span of … Continue reading Bergeron: Miami ‘not a 7-win program’

Nine freshmen joining Miami this fall

Six forwards and three defensemen will join the Miami hockey team for the 2022-23 season, and unlike last season, all are freshmen. The RedHawks announced their signing class late this week and posted their 29-man roster on the team website, which consists of two goalies, 10 defensemen and 17 forwards. The lone fifth-year senior returning … Continue reading Nine freshmen joining Miami this fall