Sports - Hockey
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For decades, hair has been a quintessential part of any self-respecting hockey player’s arsenal.
Miami hockey, Oxford reduce to rubble
In a controversial move, Miami University has decided to disband its hockey program. The decision comes in light of the RedHawks’ first losing season since the Great Debacle of 1999, when, fearing the potential Y2K fallout, Miami canceled the second half of its schedule.
RedHawks’ run comes to an end
The Miami University hockey team’s season came to an end with a 4-3 loss to the University of Denver in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference Championship Game Saturday.
’Hawks advance to conference championship
Miami University continued their hot streak Friday night as they advanced to the Frozen Faceoff Final after a 3-0 win over No. 11 University of North Dakota.
Miami upsets St. Cloud
The Miami University hockey team pulled off an unlikely weekend sweep of No. 4 St. Cloud State University in the first round of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference tournament.
RedHawks hit road for NCHC tourney
If it seems like the Miami University hockey team abandoned all hope for an at-large bid into the national tournament months ago, it’s because it did.
’Hawks split final regular season series
The Miami University hockey team battled its way to a 2-1 win over National Collegiate Hockey Conference rival University of Denver Saturday night.
‘Hawks head to Denver for final series
For any hockey player beginning a new year in October, the end of the season seems impossibly far away.
Hockey team scores $2.6 million in Goggin training facility improvements
Upscale updates worth nearly $2.6 million are gliding into the picture for Miami University’s Goggin Ice Center.
Bulldogs sweep ’Hawks
The Miami University hockey team struggles continued this weekend, but they didn’t go down without a fight – literally.
Brotherhood goes down swinging
It might have been dealt a 1-0 loss Saturday night, but the Miami University men’s hockey team didn’t take it sitting down. After a final 30-second flurry of offensive opportunities, junior forward Blake Coleman was the recipient of a low, sweeping check that sent both teams into a frenzy and resulted in a bench-clearing brawl.
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Miami is a perfect collegiate fit for this columnist in everything but sports.
Brotherhood prepares for Bulldogs
In the 2009 NCAA Regional Finals, Miami University and the University of Minnesota-Duluth played for the first and only time.
RedHawks split series with St. Cloud State
The Miami University hockey team broke out of its tailspin in a big way Friday night.
Expecting the best from United States hockey
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games have been over for a few days now, and the hearts of many American hockey fans are still hurting.
Huskies blank RedHawks
Feb. 22 might mark the 34th anniversary of the ‘Miracle on Ice,’ but the Miami University hockey team couldn’t capture the magic that was in the air, falling to St. Cloud State University 3-0.
Brotherhood upsets No. 4 St. Cloud State
The Miami University hockey team broke out of its tailspin in a big way Friday night, besting No. 4 St. Cloud State University in a 4-3 home victory.
Brotherhood looks to end recent struggles against St. Cloud State
With three weeks remaining in the regular season, the Miami University hockey team is beginning to feel the pressure of a possible last-place National Collegiate Hockey Conference finish.
RedHawks swept, suffer worst loss since 2004
As the old saying goes: “You win some, you lose some.”
Hope remains for rest of Hockey team’s season
The RedHawks were ranked second in the nation by the USCHO.com preseason poll and that set everyone’s expectations for the season.
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