ODENTON, MD– Riding a four-game winning streak, the Maryland Black Bears met the Northeast Generals at home for the second time in three weeks. Being atop the East Division, Maryland knew they were going to be tested by those chasing, which happened on Friday night in a loss; but they regained their swagger with aContinue reading “Black Bears Split Weekend, Maintain First Place”
JAMESTOWN, NY– Returning to Jamestown for the first time since January 25th, 2020, the Maryland Black Bears looked to shake off some bad luck on the times they traveled to southwestern New York. Maryland had only won once in ten visits to Jamestown– October 18th, 2019. With that in mind and a tight East DivisionContinue reading “Black Bears Continue Winning Ways With Sweep in Jamestown”
If you haven’t been paying attention to Team Maryland in the EHL, maybe you should start doing so. Off to the best start in team history at 8-2-0, TM is atop the South Division standings and has the most points in the EHL– though other teams have games in hand. One of the starting pointsContinue reading “Hot Start Has Team Maryland Atop EHL”
ODENTON, MD– In the first of what will be many important weekends to come, the Maryland Black Bears welcomed the Northeast Generals to The Den for control of first place in the East Division early in the season. Thanks to the specialty teams of Maryland, the Black Bears were able to sweep the Generals andContinue reading “Black Bears Sweep Northeast; Take East Lead”
MIDDLETOWN, NJ/JOHNSTOWN, PA– A most interesting weekend for the Maryland Black Bears, as they we the visitors for two different home openers in two different cities. While the travel was long, the Black Bears looked sharp for the most part and came out of it with a 1-0-1 weekend. OCTOBER 1st, 2021: BLACK BEARS (3)Continue reading “Black Bears Finish Long Weekend with Three Points in Two Games”
ODENTON, MD– Coming back from the NAHL Showcase, the Maryland Black Bears set their sights on divisional play with the Maine Nordiques coming into town for an East Division Final rematch. While some of the names may have changed, the intensity remained as both teams came out firing in Friday’s match, while Saturday’s tilt feltContinue reading “Divisional Final Rematch Finishes in Split for Black Bears”
BLAINE, MN– After a successful first two games, the Maryland Black Bears had a bit of bad luck in their final two games, dropping both of them to a score of 4-2. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17th, 2021: BLACK BEARS (2) vs. Odessa Jackalopes (4): The Black Bears were able to get off to a quick startContinue reading “Black Bears Drop Two in Last Two NAHL Showcase Games”
BLAINE, MN– The NAHL is back at the NSC Super Rinks for the 2021 NAHL Showcase, where all the teams from the league head to Blaine, Minnesota to have inter-divisional play for four games. The Maryland Black Bears, having split their first weekend, took to the ice on Wednesday and Thursday against two teams fromContinue reading “Two Days, Two Wins for Maryland at NAHL Showcase”
ODENTON, MD– After a historic season last year, the Maryland Black Bears got back to the ice for the start of the 2021-22 season trying to build off of what they started last year. Returning nine full-time players and five players who saw some action as affiliated players, the Black Bears in the room knewContinue reading “Black Bears Settle For Weekend Split”
The Maryland Black Bears announced their on-ice leadership on Thursday, with Conor Cole being named the fifth captain in Black Bears team history. Alternates for Cole will be Aden Bruich, Philip Törnqvist, Branden Piku, and Brad McNeil. Cole is in his second season with the Black Bears after posting nine goals and 25 points lastContinue reading “Cole Named 5th Black Bears Captain”
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