Preview: Colo. College at Miami

The last time Colorado College visited Oxford former Miami coach Enrico Blasi chased down the officials after the series finale and was ultimately reprimanded by the league. The RedHawks lost both ends of that set and sadly are just 2-7-2 in their last 11 against the only other NCHC foe that has been a regular … Continue reading Preview: Colo. College at Miami

Preview: W. Michigan at Miami

Since losing three straight games in early November, Western Michigan has won its last four, all by four goals, including a weekend sweep at then-No. 2 St. Cloud State. The Broncos are seventh in the NCAA in scoring (3.93 goals per game), led by Division I points leader Drew Worrad and college hockey's top goal … Continue reading Preview: W. Michigan at Miami

Preview: Long Island U. at Miami

One of the few positive things to come out of COVID was the emergence of Long Island University as a Division I program for both men's and women's hockey. The Sharks have not beaten a D-1 opponent in eight tries this season but have salvaged a pair of ties vs. teams sniffing the top 20. … Continue reading Preview: Long Island U. at Miami

Preview: Miami at Denver

When these teams last met, Miami took down Denver in MU's signature Pod showing, winning 3-0 behind 26 saves by Ludvig Persson. Prior to that victory, the RedHawks had dropped their previous six vs. DU, during which they were outscored, 32-10. Denver has won its last three against MU at Magness Arena, scoring 19 goals … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Denver

Preview: North Dakota at Miami

It's just the second week of NCHC conference play, but North Dakota has already faced a gauntlet of an early-season schedule. The Fighting Hawks have played six of their last seven games against ranked opponents, and the unranked foe they faced was Penn State, which is 6-4. UND swept Denver in Grand Forks to open … Continue reading Preview: North Dakota at Miami

Preview: Miami at Michigan State

Miami's offense had disappeared, and the RedHawks were blanked, 3-0 by the lowest-seeded team in the CHCA Tournament to open their best-of-3 playoff series. Austin Czarnik (Cathy Lachmann/VFTG). But MU ran off consecutive 4-1 victories the next two nights, clinching on St. Patrick's Day and advancing to the conference semifinal round in Detroit. Austin Czarnik … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Michigan State

Preview: Miami at Ferris State

Miami fans can relate to Ferris State's 2020-21 campaign, but FSU's COVID-shortened season went far worse. While the Bulldogs have boasted plenty of success historically, they could not get into the win column last season, finishing 1-23-1 with their lone win coming against a non-Division I school. But Ferris State's Ewigleben Arena has always been … Continue reading Preview: Miami at Ferris State

Preview: W. Michigan vs. Miami

This is the final regular season weekend for these teams, who will both finish below .500 and out of the NCHC's top four. But they still have plenty to play for, as both could move up a seed for the conference tournament in two weeks. Western Michigan is in sixth, a point behind fifth-place Denver, … Continue reading Preview: W. Michigan vs. Miami

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