Black Bears Hosting “O Canada Night” This Weekend

Canada and Maryland are home of hockey firsts. In Windsor, Nova Scotia, the first hockey game was document was being played in 1844, while the first indoor game was in Montreal in 1875. Baltimore, Maryland hosted the first game of college hockey between Yale and Johns Hopkins in 1896. It’s fitting that at The DenContinue reading “Black Bears Hosting “O Canada Night” This Weekend”

Black Bears Split Weekend with Generals

ATTLEBORO, MA– Since the beginning of the second half, the Maryland Black Bears have split every weekend series they’ve had. The tradition continued this weekend, as the Black Bears went up to take on the Northeast Generals, While the other series allowed Maryland to get three of four points up for grabs, the Black BearsContinue reading “Black Bears Split Weekend with Generals”

Black Bears Takes Three of Four Points from Rebels

ODENTON, MD– After almost two years, the Maryland Black Bears played host to the Jamestown Rebels at the Den in Piney Orchard. While things seemed to go Maryland’s way on Friday, the hockey karma swung the other way with the Black Bears only able to pick up three of four points on the weekend.  FRIDAYContinue reading “Black Bears Takes Three of Four Points from Rebels”

Four Unanswered From New Jersey Down the Black Bears 6-5

MIDDLETOWN, NJ– In a rare midweek match-up, the Maryland Black Bears travelled up to Middletown, New Jersey to visit the New Jersey Titans on Tuesday night in a match-up of the top-two teams in the East Division. In the sixth match-up between the two, New Jersey scored four unanswered goals, three of them in theContinue reading “Four Unanswered From New Jersey Down the Black Bears 6-5”

Black Bears Take Three Points in Jamestown to Start Wild Week

JAMESTOWN, NY– To start off one of their busiest stretches, the Maryland Black Bears went to Jamestown to take on the Rebels. After a sweep earlier this season, the Black Bears and Rebels faced off in a spirited match-up Friday, with Maryland taking control on Saturday– leading to a three-point weekend for the Black BearsContinue reading “Black Bears Take Three Points in Jamestown to Start Wild Week”

Black Bears, Warriors Swap Defensemen

The Maryland Black Bears announced on Thursday that they had acquired defenseman Jack Blanchett from the Wichita Falls Warriors in exchange for Philip Törnqvist and future considerations. Blanchett, a 2003 birth year blue liner, registered 12 points (5g, 7a) in 27 games this season after putting up only six assists in 42 games last season.Continue reading “Black Bears, Warriors Swap Defensemen”

Black Bears Split with Johnstown in Last Series of 2021

ODENTON, MD– After not having met for ten weeks, the Maryland Black Bears and Johnstown Tomahawks renewed acquaintances in the last match-up before the holiday break. Two hard fought games in each, with both sides taking a game, and shining a light on the penalty troubles that the Black Bears have had the past coupleContinue reading “Black Bears Split with Johnstown in Last Series of 2021”

Black Bears Sweep Jr. Hat Tricks in Last Road Trip of 2021

DANBURY, CT– Coming off a split weekend against Northeast, the Black Bears traveled back to the Northeastern US, but stopped in Danbury to take on the Jr. Hat Tricks. With offense not at a premium, the Black Bears showed off their scoring prowess, while also showing off their penalty killing expertise, as they swept theContinue reading “Black Bears Sweep Jr. Hat Tricks in Last Road Trip of 2021”

Black Bears Split Weekend in First Visit to Northeast

ATTLEBORO, MA– The Maryland Black Bears started a two weekend stretch of road games with their first visit to the New England Sports Village and the Northeast Generals. Maryland owned a 3-1-0 record coming into the weekend, but after a big Black Bears win on Saturday, Northeast squeaked one out in overtime Sunday to splitContinue reading “Black Bears Split Weekend in First Visit to Northeast”

Terwilliger Latest Local Talent to Suit-Up for Black Bears

With four generations of Terwilligers watching, Ervie Terwilliger took the ice for the Maryland Black Bears Saturday night to continue his own chapter of the hockey journey of the Terwilliger family. Donning the #11, Terwilliger was held off the scoresheet, but became the first player from Mount St. Joseph High School to play at theContinue reading “Terwilliger Latest Local Talent to Suit-Up for Black Bears”