Omaha attains first sweep of season, ousts Northern Michigan

Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR UNO’s hockey team hosted the Northern Michigan Wildcats this past Friday and Saturday, November 24th and 25th, in Omaha at Baxter Arena. Approximately 5,000...

Split with CC leaves Mavs wanting more

UNO scored nine goals in a WCHA series against #2 Colorado College, but could only manage a weekend split with the Tigers.  The Mavs won a back-and-forth, 7-5 game Friday, then got behind by two goals and lost 5-2 on Saturday.

Ryan Walters got his first two goals of the season, scoring the game winner on Friday and putting the game in a temporary 2-2 tie on Saturday.  Assistant Captain Matt White had two goals and two assists in the series, and Captain Terry Broadhurst added three points of his own.

Curse continues

UNO's troubles with Bemidji St. in 2011 might have been considered somewhat of an anomaly.  After all, the Beavers had only nine conference wins all of last season, and five of those came against the Mavs.

Omaha stopped by No. 3 St. Cloud State

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The No. 12 Omaha hockey team took a step back over the weekend, losing to home games to No. 3 St. Cloud...

Hockey team finds split at Western Michigan

Justin Kies SENIOR STAFF WRITER The UNO Hockey team’s shaky start to the 2018 season continued this past weekend on the road against a conference opponent:...

Ensign Reflects on UNO Career

When Kyle Ensign was a 14-year-old freshman at New Richmond High School in New Richmond, Wisc., he had already come to a crossroads in life.  Though he was just beginning his high school career, Ensign had shown the talent and ability to maybe someday play college hockey.

Mavs upset No. 2 UND behind Massa’s effort, Zombo’s shootout goal

By Nick Beaulieu - Reprinted from the OWH GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UNO goalie Ryan Massa and teammates have embodied a title throughout their impressive...

Redeem Team

Though a weekend playoff sweep to Bemidji State puts UNO squarely on the NCAA tournament bubble, Dean Blais and the Mavs returned to business as usual on Monday afternoon.  With conference tournaments this week and selection Sunday approaching, the team is hopeful they've done enough to earn a spot in hockey's big dance.