Maryland Black Bears 2021-22 Season in Review: Fare Thee Well, Overagers

It happens every year, but never gets all that easy. The overagers in junior hockey will now move onto their next part of life in college. For the Black Bears, to have five of seven overage players get commitments this season shows they know the right cogs to bring in to get these players noticed.Continue reading “Maryland Black Bears 2021-22 Season in Review: Fare Thee Well, Overagers”

Maryland Waits on Playoff Fate After Split with Jamestown

ODENTON, MD– The last weekend of the regular season loomed for the Maryland Black Bears and they were able to have their last two games at home after a month on the road. The Black Bears needed all four points in order to assure themselves a playoff berth, but unfortunately came up short and willContinue reading “Maryland Waits on Playoff Fate After Split with Jamestown”

Two Thrilling Games Gives Maryland Three Points in Maine

LEWISTON, ME– In the last meeting between the Maryland Black Bears and the Maine Nordiques, both sides created very exciting hockey, with barely a dull moment to be had. With both games going to the shootout, Maryland was able to take three of four points on the weekend for much needed points on the weekend–Continue reading “Two Thrilling Games Gives Maryland Three Points in Maine”

Fast Start on Friday, Unlucky Breaks Saturday Lead to Black Bears’ Split

ODENTON, MD– After dropping four of their last five games, the Maryland Black Bears returned home for a date with the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks. Jockeying for position, the Black Bears faced a team who came into the weekend on an eight-game slide. However, after a sharp first period Friday, Danbury used their momentum forContinue reading “Fast Start on Friday, Unlucky Breaks Saturday Lead to Black Bears’ Split”

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 Split Weekend to End Marathon Week

ODENTON, MD– In finishing their five games in eight days stretch, the Maryland Black Bears welcomed their rival from Western PA, the Johnstown Tomahawks, to The Den. These games were not without their drama, including a heartbreaker on Saturday night– but allowing the Black Bears to chalk up three out of a possible four pointsContinue reading “Black Bears Split Weekend to End Marathon Week”

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 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”