Brad Berry

UND Hockey Building Chemistry As Season Approaches

14 new player have come as eight left for the NHL

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota hockey’s season is just around the corner with their first exhibition getting it started October 2nd against Bemidji State. Before then, there are still some kinks to work out. UND had eight players leave for the NHL after last season ended in the NCAA Tournament’s  Fargo regional final. 14 new players have since joined…

UND Hockey’s Berry “Excited” to Revive Old Rivalries in 2021-22 Schedule

Play Quinnipiac in rematch of 2016 National Championship Game

FARGO, N.D. — With how hot it has been outside it’s time to think cooler thoughts especially or all those North Dakota hockey fans out there. The 2021-22 season schedule is out!. There are 11 non-conference games featured including two home series with Cornell and Minnesota over thanksgiving weekend and the second week in January. A road match-up against Quinnipiac…

UND Hockey Falls To Duluth In Longest Tournament Game Ever

The Fighting Hawks were defeated in 5 OTs in the NCAA Midwest Regional final at Scheels Arena

FARGO, ND –  Minnesota Duluth Freshman forward Luke Mylymok, who had played just 10 games and scored one goal for the Bulldogs this season, beat North Dakota goalie Adam Scheel 5-hole at 2:13 of the fifth overtime to give the Bulldogs a 3-2 victory over top seeded North Dakota and a berth in the NCAA Froze Four beginning April 8…

No Postseason In 2020 Fueling UND Heading Into Regionals This Year

Hawks take the Ice for the first time at Scheels Arena as American International Game is Friday

FARGO, N.D. — One of Four NCAA Tournament Regionals begin in Fargo on Friday. The host team, North Dakota hockey, practiced  for the first time on Scheels Arena ice after clearing COVID protocol getting ready for their first ever meeting with American International. This is one of the most experienced Fighting Hawks teams entering the postseason. All eight seniors played…

UND Hockey Gets Ready to Host Fargo Regional in NCAA Tournament

Fighting Hawks are No. 1 Overall Seed

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota hockey was selected as the number one overall seed as the NCAA Tournament bracket  was revealed  Sunday night. It gets them back in the tournament for the first time in four years looking for their ninth title in 33 appearances. The Fighting Hawks host the Midwest regional at Scheels Arena playing there for the…

UND Hockey Gets Ready for Postseason Play

Fighting Hawks No.1 seed in Frozen Face-off

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — In eight years playing in the NCHC there is one goal left for North Dakota hockey to accomplish and its winning the conference tournament. That opportunity will be presented this weekend as the Frozen Face-off starts Friday — at Ralph Engelstad Arena. The Fighting Hawks already captured one piece of hardware winning the Penrose Cup. It…

UND Hockey’s Weatherby Holds 7-Game Point Streak into Final Regular Season Game

Weatherby named NCHC player of the Month

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota hockey has reached its final game of the regular season closing things out for the fourth and final time against Omaha Friday night at Ralph Engelstad Arena. Down these last stretch of games no one has been hotter than forward Jasper Weatherby. The Fighting Hawks went undefeated in the month of February and Weatherby…

UND Hockey Closes Out Regular Season With Single Games Against Omaha

Fighting Hawks are 3-1 against the Mavericks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — After winning the Penrose Cup and locking up the NCHC title last weekend with a series sweep over Omaha, North Dakota hockey looks towards a unique finish to the year with just single games against UNO the next two Friday’s. Since leaving the bubble in December, the second half of conference play has all been two-game…

Berry On This Year’s Pursuit Of The Penrose Cup: “This Ranks Way Up There As One Of The Highest”

North Dakota hockey captured it's second straight Penrose Cup after Saturday's win

GRAND FORKS, ND – The NCHC sas only been around for eight years and North Dakota hockey seemingly always contends for the title. Saturday’s win ensured they did a little more than just contend. The Green and White captured their second consecutive Penrose Cup after defeating Omaha, 7-1. NCHC Commissioner Josh Fenton was at The Ralph to present the trophy…

UND Hockey Ready to Get Comfortable on Home Ice

Fighting Hawks play five of last six at home along with postseason tournament

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Coming off a bye, North Dakota hockey still owns the top seed in the NCHC and a number two ranking in the latest USCHO poll. The Fighting Hawks have the best winning percentage keeping them ahead of St Cloud State and Minnesota-Duluth heading down the final stretch. With six games left in the regular season, five…