Black Bears Can’t Manage Breaks, Drop Two to Northeast

ATTLEBORO, MA– In their first trip to the northern part of the eastern seaboard, the Black Bears were looking to get back into the win column. But in their first battle against the Generals, Maryland wasn’t able to get the breaks they needed to get a W; as they drop both games to Northeast, butContinue reading “Black Bears Can’t Manage Breaks, Drop Two to Northeast”

Black Bears Get Three of Four Points in Johnstown

JOHNSTOWN, PA–  After a midweek game, the Black Bears went back on the road to Johnstown for the week, taking on the rival Tomahawks. Despite having three games in the past week in the bag, the Black Bears were able to keep their conditioning up and battle back multiple times; but were only able toContinue reading “Black Bears Get Three of Four Points in Johnstown”

Black Bears Keep Hot With Three-Game Sweep of Johnstown

ODENTON, MD– Coming off a hard fought weekend in Johnstown, the Black Bears played host to the Tomahawks this past weekend. Thanks to quick starts and holding the offensive momentum for most of the series, the Black Bears took all three games on the weekend against Johnstown to extend their lead in the East Division. Continue reading “Black Bears Keep Hot With Three-Game Sweep of Johnstown”

Black Bears Sweep Danbury For Second Straight Weekend

ODENTON, MD– After a weekend in Danbury that saw the Black Bears take home four points, Maryland looked to do it on home ice; as they returned to Piney Orchard for the first time since September 10th. While they faced a more aggressive Jr. Hat Tricks team, the Black Bears were too much for DanburyContinue reading “Black Bears Sweep Danbury For Second Straight Weekend”

Black Bears Make Roster Moves Ahead of Roster Deadline

The Maryland Black Bears made some moves ahead of the roster deadline on Friday. Some trades, some releases, and some familiar faces.  First, the Black Bears traded Leo Schwartz to the New Jersey Titans for a tender contract. In 34 games with Maryland, Schwartz had a goal and six assists. The Brown University commit willContinue reading “Black Bears Make Roster Moves Ahead of Roster Deadline”

Five Black Bears, Five Marylanders Picked in USHL Draft

Another USHL has come and gone, as both Phases of the Draft were completed Monday and Tuesday. Per the USHL: Phase I Draft consists of 10 rounds of “Futures” age players, who will be under-17 players for the next season. For the 2022 Draft, this is 2006 birth year players. Phase II of the DraftContinue reading “Five Black Bears, Five Marylanders Picked in USHL Draft”

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”

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 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”