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

Bergeron on off-season: ‘Uncertainty’

It was the most bizarre of endings to the 2019-20 season, and there's no end to the strangeness in sight from the college hockey world's perspective, with the season set to begin in a month. Chris Bergeron will begin his second season as Miami's head coach when the puck ultimately drops this fall or winter, … Continue reading Bergeron on off-season: ‘Uncertainty’

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

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

St. Louis blueliner

OXFORD, Ohio – Heading into last off-season, it appeared Grant Frederic's Miami career was over. After skating in fewer than half of the RedHawks' games as a sophomore and dressing for just one contest in 2018-19, the 6-feet, 3-inch, 200-pound defenseman was looking to transfer. Miami's Grant Frederic (photo by Cathy Lachmann). But after Chris … Continue reading St. Louis blueliner

Miami releases 2019-20 schedule

People who believe there are no coincidences need look no further than Miami’s 2019-20 schedule to have that theory disproven. Miami coach Chris Bergeron (John Lachmann/VFG). The RedHawks’ slate for next season was recently released, and they open against Bowling Green at Cady Arena on Oct. 6. Coach Chris Bergeron left BGSU for Miami two … Continue reading Miami releases 2019-20 schedule