Black Bears Sweep Northeast; Take East Lead

ODENTON, MD– In the first of what will be many important weekends to come, the Maryland Black Bears welcomed the Northeast Generals to The Den for control of first place in the East Division early in the season. Thanks to the specialty teams of Maryland, the Black Bears were able to sweep the Generals andContinue reading “Black Bears Sweep Northeast; Take East Lead”

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”

Black Bears Drop Two in Last Two NAHL Showcase Games

BLAINE, MN– After a successful first two games, the Maryland Black Bears had a bit of bad luck in their final two games, dropping both of them to a score of 4-2. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17th, 2021: BLACK BEARS (2) vs. Odessa Jackalopes (4): The Black Bears were able to get off to a quick startContinue reading “Black Bears Drop Two in Last Two NAHL Showcase Games”

Two Days, Two Wins for Maryland at NAHL Showcase

BLAINE, MN– The NAHL is back at the NSC Super Rinks for the 2021 NAHL Showcase, where all the teams from the league head to Blaine, Minnesota to have inter-divisional play for four games. The Maryland Black Bears, having split their first weekend, took to the ice on Wednesday and Thursday against two teams fromContinue reading “Two Days, Two Wins for Maryland at NAHL Showcase”

Black Bears, NAHL Release 2021-22 Schedule

Though the Robertson Cup was recently handed out, there is no rest for the wicked. The NAHL and their member teams released their 2021-22 schedule on Tuesday and the Black Bears have some highlights when it comes to their schedule. For a third time in their four-year history, the Black Bears will open up atContinue reading “Black Bears, NAHL Release 2021-22 Schedule”

Post 2021 NAHL Top Prospects Review

This past weekend, the NAHL held their Top Prospects Tournament, a yearly occurrences to give players who have not committed to a college a chance to show themselves off against other players in league who are in the same predicament. This event has been hosted in the last two seasons in Attleboro, MA in mid-February,Continue reading “Post 2021 NAHL Top Prospects Review”

Maryland Black Bears 2020-21 Season in Review: My Three Wishes for 2021-22

With the Black Bears wrapping up the 2020-21 season, it’s time to look ahead to what’s next. A foundation season is only as meaningful as the seasons that come after that and how it shapes the team and players going forward. So, here’s my personal three wishes heading into next season. Disclaimer, I have ZEROContinue reading “Maryland Black Bears 2020-21 Season in Review: My Three Wishes for 2021-22”

Maryland Black Bears 2020-21 Season in Review: Historic

For the Maryland Black Bears this year, much like others in the NAHL, there were plenty of hurdles to actually get the season rolling and completed. They started their season at their sister rink north of Baltimore, they had pauses and postponements for one reason or another, and then dealing with a big slide duringContinue reading “Maryland Black Bears 2020-21 Season in Review: Historic”

Black Bears on Brink of Elimination After Being Swept in Maine

Following a pair of 4-1 losses to the Maine Nordiques this weekend, the Maryland Black Bears are fighting for their playoff lives in an attempt to win the East Division. While four of those goals from Maine were with an empty net, the Black Bears couldn’t find a way to break through offensively for moreContinue reading “Black Bears on Brink of Elimination After Being Swept in Maine”

Black Bears Welcome Three Through Supplemental Draft

Ahead of the start of the Division Finals, the Maryland Black Bears and the rest of the NAHL took part in the Supplemental Draft. Every team got three selections and it was made up of players under 21 years old as of December 31st, 2021, who weren’t on an NAHL team or played less thanContinue reading “Black Bears Welcome Three Through Supplemental Draft”