Black Bears Weekend Takeaway: November 27th and 28th vs. Johnstown

Photo Jon Pitonzo/FOHS Media Faction What's better than a sweep last weekend?? A second sweep this weekend. The Black Bears keep rolling along as they took both games from the Johnstown Tomahawks to take the lead in the NAHL East. In both games, the Black Bears had to come back from a deficit, but this …

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Black Bears Weekend Takeaway: November 19th-20th vs. Northeast

Photo: Jon Pitonzo, FOHS Media Faction The Black Bears needed that sweep this weekend of the Generals to kind of re-right the ship that had been on a four-game winless streak coming into the weekend. However, as good as it was to get the four points, still somet hings to take care of moving ahead. …

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Mountain Named Fourth Captain of Black Bears

Photo: Jon Pitonzo/FOHS Media Faction The Maryland Black Bears announced that three-year Black Bear Luke Mountain has been named the fourth team captain in the franchise's history. Mountain has played all 106 of his NAHL game with Maryland and was an alternate captain last season Joining Mountain in the leadership group is another third-year Black …

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Black Bears Weekend Takeaway: November 13-14 vs. New Jersey

Photo Credit: New Jersey Titans Twitter/@NAHLTitans This is a new bit I hope to keep up with where I give an opinion of what I saw from the weekend's Maryland Black Bears games. Rather than a regular game summary, this will be a bit of a Cliff Notes approach to it all. Coming off of …

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Small Sample Size, Big Opportunities for Gains

Photo: Jon Pitonzo/FOHS Media Faction There has been only been six games in this young NAHL season. The Maryland Black Bears are 3-2-1 and really haven't played badly. Conversely, there's a lot of room for improvement, especially coming off of a weekend where they were swept, but had some problems that have become trends in …

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Black Bears Trade Sinclar, Kittleson to St. Cloud

After two games of the season, the Maryland Black Bears are making moves already. Wednesday, they traded defenseman Bryden Sinclair and forward Logan Kittleson to the St. Cloud Norsemen for a tender contract and draft pick. Neither Sinclair nor Kittleson played in Monday's game. For both, it seemed to be a numbers game. The defense …

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Black Bears on the Move Due To County Regulations

Due to the inability for Anne Arundel County to find a way to safely move into Phase 3 allowing out-of-state teams to play in the county, the Maryland Black Bears will be on the move. For their opening weekend, the Black Bears will take on the Johnstown Tomahawks at Ice World in Abingdon of Baltimore …

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Black Bears Add Bergeron in Dispersal Draft

The blue line keeps getting deeper for the Black Bears, as they selected defenseman Seth Bergeron from the dispersal draft for the Jamestown Rebels. It has not been named public who the Black Bears selected from the Springfield Jr. Blues dispersal. The news of Bergeron's acquisition was made known by the NAHL's NA Now Yearly …

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