Black Bears Secure Split on Old Bay Weekend

ODENTON, MD– After a weekend on the road, the Black Bears returned home for a tough match-up against the high powered Northeast Generals. While Friday night wasn’t the best for the Black Bears, Saturday had the power of Old Bay flowing through Piney Orchard Ice Arena and allowed for the Black Bears to score aContinue reading “Black Bears Secure Split on Old Bay Weekend”

Black Bears Kick Off 2023 With Sweep of Maine

ODENTON, MD– After three weeks off, the Maryland Black Bears took the ice to kick off 2023, hoping that there wasn’t too much rust on them heading into the new year. After a slowish start, the skill and depth of the Black Bears was on display, as they were able to take both games fromContinue reading “Black Bears Kick Off 2023 With Sweep of Maine”

Black Bears Take Three of Four Points in Classic Weekend Against Maine

LEWISTON, ME– In their last series of the 2022 calendar year, the Maryland Black Bears made the trip up to Maine to take on the Nordiques for the first time this season. Two teams that historically have matched up very well put on another show this weekend, with both games going to extra time andContinue reading “Black Bears Take Three of Four Points in Classic Weekend Against Maine”

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 Split Weekend Versus Defending Champs

MIDDLETOWN, NJ– Heading into the weekend on a five-game win streak, the Maryland Black Bears went to Middletown, New Jersey to take on the defending champs on the Titans’ opening weekend. With banners raised and some gloves dropped, the Black Bears would have to leave New Jersey with a split on the weekend.  FRIDAY SEPTEMBERContinue reading “Black Bears Split Weekend Versus Defending Champs”

Black Bears Get Three Wins in Statement Showcase Appearance

BLAINE, MN– This won’t be your typical weekly review. The Showcase being four games would be plenty of writing and not really give the proper service to what was shown out of the Maryland Black Bears this week. This Showcase showed what this Black Bears team is capable of and what we can expect outContinue reading “Black Bears Get Three Wins in Statement Showcase Appearance”

Black Bears Sweep Defending Champs in Opening Weekend

ODENTON, MD– It was 147 days since the Maryland Black Bears touched the ice at Piney Orchard, but the time has come for a new season where hope springs eternal in the chase for the Robertson Cup. But to be the team, you’ve got to beat the team with the team now being the defendingContinue reading “Black Bears Sweep Defending Champs in Opening Weekend”

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”

Terwilliger Latest Local Talent to Suit-Up for Black Bears

With four generations of Terwilligers watching, Ervie Terwilliger took the ice for the Maryland Black Bears Saturday night to continue his own chapter of the hockey journey of the Terwilliger family. Donning the #11, Terwilliger was held off the scoresheet, but became the first player from Mount St. Joseph High School to play at theContinue reading “Terwilliger Latest Local Talent to Suit-Up for Black Bears”

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”