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


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

Michigan St. wins on late goals

Heading into this weekend, it had been nearly 11 years since Michigan State had beaten Miami in East Lansing. The Spartans' Jeremy Davidson scored twice, including the game winner with 3:56 left, as MSU ended its home win drought vs. the RedHawks with a 3-1 victory at Munn Ice Arena on Friday. The teams had … Continue reading Michigan St. wins on late goals

Miami rallies past Ferris in season opener

BIG RAPIDS, Mich. – It's well documented that Miami struggled offensively last season. Michael Regush (17) celebrates his goal with linemates Chase Gresock (10) and Matthew Barbolini (29) (Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). But the RedHawks made major strides toward fixing that problem on opening night of 2021-22, scoring the final five goals after falling behind by two … Continue reading Miami rallies past Ferris in season opener

Preview: Miami at Minn.-Duluth

Minn.-Duluth swept a two-game series against Miami in Oxford last weekend. The RedHawks return the extended four-game, two-week home-and-home series agreement in Duluth on Friday and Saturday, where MU has lost its last six contests and is 0-12-1 since the start of 2014-15. Miami is winless in its last six games, including four straight losses, … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Minn.-Duluth

Miami pounds WMU, earns sweep

Miami's offense had been stymied in its first 11 games, as the RedHawks had not scored more than three goals in a game and were averaging 1.64 tallies. But MU netted three markers in the second period en route to a 5-1 win at Western Michigan on Saturday, capping a weekend sweep of the Broncos … Continue reading Miami pounds WMU, earns sweep

Analyzing the RedHawks’ rookies

One thing is a near certainty with Miami's 2020-21 roster: This year's team should have no shortage of defensemen. Nine new players will suit up for MU this fall, including eight freshmen, according to the roster posted on the team's web site. Three defensemen, a goalie and five forwards will dress as RedHawks for the … Continue reading Analyzing the RedHawks’ rookies