WMU doubles up on Miami

It was 2-for-1 night for Western Michigan in the regular season finale. The No. 17 Broncos scored four pairs of goals – all 100 seconds or fewer apart – as they slammed Miami, 8-4 at Lawson Arena on Saturday. The RedHawks, who wrapped up the regular season in seventh place in the NCHC, will head … Continue reading WMU doubles up on Miami

Preview: Miami at W. Michigan

Where is Miami heading for the first round of the NCHC Tournament? Mathematically, the RedHawks – currently seventh in the league – could travel to any one of five conference foes, including Western Michigan, but the most likely scenario is MU ends up in Duluth next week. The fourth-place Broncos have a lot to play … Continue reading Preview: Miami at W. Michigan

Offense dries up as WMU sinks Miami

OXFORD, Ohio – Miami wasted no time generating offense on Saturday, scoring 39 seconds into the game. Unfortunately for the RedHawks, they led for a whopping nine seconds, as Western Michigan tied it at 0:48 of the first period and ran off three more goals in a 4-1 win over MU at Cady Arena. The … Continue reading Offense dries up as WMU sinks Miami

Preview: W. Michigan at Miami

Just a couple of years ago, Miami held a substantial lead in the all-time series vs. Western Michigan. But the Broncos have won 10 of the last 13 meetings between these teams and the RedHawks are now just a game over .500 vs. WMU. MU was swept in the four-game set vs. Western Michigan last … Continue reading Preview: W. Michigan at Miami