In Battle of the East’s Best, Maryland Takes Three of Four Points

ODENTON, MD– Getting back from holiday break, the Maryland Black Bears didn’t wait to get into it, as they took on the top team in the East in the New Jersey Titans. With some highlight reel goals along the way and solid blocks defensively, the Black Bears were able to take three of four pointsContinue reading “In Battle of the East’s Best, Maryland Takes Three of Four Points”

Black Bears Salvage Split Against Danbury

ODENTON, MD– Coming off an off weekend, the Maryland Black Bears got some relief with the return of Aden Bruich, Vlad Polegoshko, and Philip Törnqvist to the line-up this weekend. While Friday night was a rough affair with no luck going Maryland’s way, a dominant Saturday performance allowed the Black Bears to come out ofContinue reading “Black Bears Salvage Split Against Danbury”

Black Bears Split Series in Maine

LEWISTON, ME– Meeting for the second straight weekend, the Maryland Black Bears this time went up to Lewiston, Maine to take on the Nordiques. A usually mild-mannered rivalry took a turn this weekend with plenty of rough stuff spreading over from Friday night into Saturday’s affair. At the end of the weekend, both teams tookContinue reading “Black Bears Split Series in Maine”

Black Bears Split Weekend, Maintain First Place

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”

Black Bears Continue Winning Ways With Sweep in Jamestown

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”

Black Bears Finish Long Weekend with Three Points in Two Games

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”

Divisional Final Rematch Finishes in Split for Black Bears

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”

Black Bears Settle For Weekend Split

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”

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”