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UND Hockey’s Brad Berry On Shortened Season

North Dakota Hockey Head Coach Brad Berry recaps the 2020 season

FARGO, ND – A few days prior to winning his second Herb Brooks NCHC Coach of The Year award, Fighting Hawks Head Coach Brad Berry joined KVRR Sports to discuss the shortened season, his message to the team, and more. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Brad Berry, Coach of the Year, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Fighting Hawks Hockey, NCHC, North Dakota…

UND Hockey: Brad Berry Named USCHO Coach of the Year; Jordan Kawaguchi Hobey Baker Finalist

Postseason Awards Dished Out to UND Hockey With End to Winter Sports Season

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — (UND Athletics)  Postseason awards are starting to accumulate for the University of North Dakota hockey team after a memorable 26-5-4 season in 2019-20. Fifth-year head coach Brad Berry was named the USCHO.com’s Coach of the Year while junior forward and Hobey Baker Award finalist Jordan Kawaguchi was honored on the website’s All-America First Team. Berry and the Fighting Hawks enjoyed…

NCHC Cancels Hockey Tournament Due to COVID-19 Concerns

GRAND FORKS, N.D.–The National Collegiate Hockey Conference has canceled the 2020 NCHC Tournament amid coronavirus concerns. The cancellation affects the quarter-finals scheduled to take place this weekend and the frozen faceoff next week. Anyone looking for a refund for quarter-finals tickets are asked to contact their athletic department’s ticket office. Frozen Faceoff tickets can be refunded at the place they…

UND Hockey Aims for Sole Possession of the Penrose Cup in Regular Season Finale

The Fighting Hawks already have clinched a share of the trophy, but need one more point to secure the cup outright

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — With a sweep against Western Michigan, UND hockey officially clinched it’s share of the Penrose Cup, but  there is still something to fight for in the Hawks last regular season series against Omaha, as UND has a chance to clinch that trophy outright. “We want to own the Penrose trophy outright,” head coach Brad Berry said….

UND Hockey Tops Denver

The Fighting Hawks opened up the series against the Pioneers with a 4-1 victory

GRAND FORKS, N.D.—Top-ranked North Dakota got four different goal scorers and roder junior goalie Peter Thome, who stopped 26 of 27 shots to secure a solid 4-1 win over No. 5/6 Denver Friday evening at Ralph Engelstad Arena Shane Pinto opened the scoring just six minutes in. Denver’s (17-7-5, 7-6-4-3) Bobby Brink answered early in the second but Nort Dakota…

UND hockey outlasts Colorado College

The Fighting Hawks defeated the Tigers 1-0

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — A strong defensive performance from both teams ended in a 1-0 win for North Dakota over Colorado College. Peter Thome had a big day in net for the Fighting Hawks. He completes the shutout with 25 saves, including a scoreless first and second period. Shane Pinto scored the only goal of the game on the power…

UND Hockey’s Westin Michaud ‘Excited’ to Play Against Old Team

The Fighting Hawks senior played for Colorado College before transferring to UND ahead of this season

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND hockey is back at the Ralph on Friday to begin a series against Colorado college. It is an extra special weekend for senior Westin Michaud, as the UND transfer gets the chance to go up against his old team for the first time. “I am excited to take on this group with – on the…

UND Hockey Looking For Better Starts in Next Series

The Fighting Hawks came from behind to finish the weekend with a shootout victory on Friday and a win on Saturday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For the tenth time this season, North Dakota hockey finished the weekend without a loss, but this time it wasn’t as pretty as it has been in weekend’s past. On both Friday and Saturday night against Miami (Ohio), the Fighting Hawks came out with a slow start, and went down 2-0 in the first period, forcing…

UND Hockey Shows Resiliency in Omaha Series

The Fighting Hawks bounced back after a loss to pull off a 4-1 on Saturday to split the series

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Omaha stunned the University of North Dakota in the team’s latest series, pulling off an upset 6-3 victory over the Fighting Hawks and handing UND its first loss in the last sixteen games. It proved this UND team that previously hadn’t lost a game since October 19th,  isn’t invincible after all, but it also gave the…

UND Hockey Continues to Build Momentum with Impressive Road Win

In their most recent game, the Fighting Hawks took down Denver 4-1

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — One of the biggest focuses for this year’s University of North Dakota Hockey is to be able to win on the road, as the Fighting Hawks won just five away from the Ralph Engelstad Arena last season. They made good on this year’s goal in a huge way in their latest series, taking a 4-1 statement…