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”

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”