Searfoss not a ‘fancy’ player

A season ago, Johnnie Searfoss had the luxury of playing alongside veteran players such as Rich Purslow, Joey Martin, Matt Ambroz and Alex Hudson.  In his first year in the program, Searfoss showed a scoring touch.


Same story, different year

Three weeks after the Mavs conquered the Bemidji St. jinx, UNO allowed once-winless Alabama-Huntsville their first victory of the year and split a non-conference series against the Chargers in Nashville.  Huntsville who came into the game 0-14-1 thus far in the season, hadn't won a game since last year's 2-1 overtime victory in Omaha.


Mavericks find victory against Miami

Ben Helwig CONTRIBUTOR The Mavericks entered their weekend series against Miami on their worst losing streak to start a season in team history. The streak ended...

Playoff hockey, get on board

For hockey fans, springtime is always the best time of the year.  Whether your team is in or not, the NHL playoffs are the best thing in sports.


Assistant Renfrew takes position with Winnipeg Jets

As if the offseason hadn't already been tough enough on the UNO hockey team, it was announced Sunday July 29 that Assistant Coach Brian Renfrew was taking a scouting position with the Winnipeg Jets.  Renfrew came to Omaha in 2011 and spent just one year on Dean Blais' staff.
 


WCHA Weekend Roundup

UNO had played Bemidji State 16 times before the 2012-2013 season.  Series-wise the two teams are pretty close with the Beavers holding a 7-6-3 all-time record against the Mavs.
But as UNO fans well know, Bemidji has had the best of the Mavs ever since the two teams joined the WCHA in 2010.  In 10 conference matchups prior to this season UNO had won a grand total of one game, a 5-1 victory in Bemidji on Nov. 12, 2011.
It took eight tries before Omaha won a WCHA game against the Beavers.  Their best results before that were two ties.