Royal Farms Arena Renos and You

It was announced on Wednesday that the Royal Farms Arena is finally get a renovation to the tune of $150M thanks to a bid from the Oak View Group in association with Thirty Five Ventures, a firm partnered by NBA player and Maryland-native Kevin Durant. It is a project that is about two decades inContinue reading “Royal Farms Arena Renos and You”

Plenty of Maryland Talent Selected in 2021 USHL Draft

The USHL Draft has come and gone for another year. Those unfamiliar with the draft, it’s split up in two Phases. The first Phase is for U-17 players only– so in this instance, players with a 2005 birth year. Phase II is open to anyone who still has junior eligibility and is not protected byContinue reading “Plenty of Maryland Talent Selected in 2021 USHL Draft”

Lacey Eden Arrives on National Scene

With two game-winning goals, including the title-clinching overtime winner, it’s probably safe to say that Lacey Eden’s arrival season in the NCAA can be deemed a success. While there’s still the NCAA tournament to go, the Annapolis native has been nothing but stellar in her first season with the Wisconsin Badgers. To think, it almostContinue reading “Lacey Eden Arrives on National Scene”

Notes and Thoughts From Another Weekend Pause

When I saw the news from Nathan Fournier of the Lewiston Sun Journal that the Maryland Black Bears and Maine Nordiques series this weekend has been postponed, it started to make the gears turn for me and what it would mean for the Black Bears. There’s been no reason given for the postponements of theContinue reading “Notes and Thoughts From Another Weekend Pause”

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 BaltimoreContinue reading “Black Bears on the Move Due To County Regulations”