CHW Interviews Clint Mylymok of the Maryland Black Bears

Scotty Wazz talks with Maryland Black Bears head coach and general manager Clint Mylymok ahead of the 2020-21 opener. They look back on last season, talk about the protocols for this season, and the type of team fans can look forward to this year. 

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 YearlyContinue reading “Black Bears Add Bergeron in Dispersal Draft”

NAHL, Black Bears Announce 2020-21 Schedule

After a bit of a wait, the NAHL announced the 2020-21 schedule for the league, that’ll consist of 23 teams over four division. In the East Division, the Maryland Black Bears will be joined by Maine, Johnstown, Danbury, Northeast, and New Jersey; with Jamestown taking the season off for COVID reasons. While the Black BearsContinue reading “NAHL, Black Bears Announce 2020-21 Schedule”

Black Bears Strengthen Blue Line With Gaudette Acquisition

Late Thursday, the Maryland Black Bears announced they had acquired Cam Gaudette from the Northeast Generals for a tender contract and a third-round pick. The overaged defenseman is a commit to Northeast University and will bring a solid veteran look to the Black Bears not only on the blue line, but also across the boardContinue reading “Black Bears Strengthen Blue Line With Gaudette Acquisition”

Maryland Hockey Reopening Update: September 3rd

Despite hold a main camp with many players from around the country, there’s no certainty that the Maryland Black Bears will be given the go-ahead to start their season at home. Black Bear Sports and Entertainment group owner Murry Gunty has been very outspoken on Twitter about the Maryland state plan to reopen sports forContinue reading “Maryland Hockey Reopening Update: September 3rd”

Black Bears Pick Two in NAHL Dispersal Draft

In the wake of the Corpus Christi IceRays and Kansas City Scouts (formerly the Tokepa Pilots) opting out of the 2020-21 NAHL season, there was a dispersal draft held on Friday, with the Maryland Black Bears picking up two players in the draft. With the first pick, the Black Bears picked up Connor Sullivan, aContinue reading “Black Bears Pick Two in NAHL Dispersal Draft”

NAHL Sets October 9th As 2020-21 Opener

While this news happened Monday, I’ve need some time to process the NAHL announcement of their opening night. Of course, with what’s gone on in sports already this year; this announcement is met with cautious optimism. We all want the show to go on, but you have to wonder how the landscape will look evenContinue reading “NAHL Sets October 9th As 2020-21 Opener”

Black Bears Bring Six-Pack of Pop to Their Roster

The NAHL Draft has come and gone for the Maryland Black Bears, their third in franchise history. To get to the 28-player limit, the Black Bears selected six players, with all of them having potential of not only making the roster, but making an impact for the team. So, here’s a look at the picks:Continue reading “Black Bears Bring Six-Pack of Pop to Their Roster”

Looking Ahead at the Black Bears 2020 NAHL Draft

The Maryland Black Bears, and the rest of the NAHL for that matter, will be a part of the NAHL Draft that’s being held on Tuesday afternoon. It’s a big day for the players being selected, as well as the teams selecting them as a part of their future. The Black Bears have drafted inContinue reading “Looking Ahead at the Black Bears 2020 NAHL Draft”