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Time to Honor Miami’s Hockey Seniors

Time to Honor Miami’s Hockey Seniors

For those ten seniors on Miami's Hockey team, it's nearly the time to shut one episode of their lives, and also to begin with a brand new one. From their last home game of the regular season on this Friday, these senior players will be honored for the success they have achieved during their careers in Miami hockey. These seniors have participated in two Frozen Fours and they also have won two CCHA titles during their time in Miami Hockey. This also includes being a member of Miami's very first Mason Cup win.

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Senior Goalie Connor Lockout Notre Dame

Senior Goalie Connor Lockout Notre Dame

In spite of being outshot by a ratio of 2-to-1, Miami had been the actual dominating team on Friday, February 17. It demonstrated on the scoreboard, since the RedHawks blanked Notre Dame, 3-0 at Cady Arena regardless of being outshot, 31-16.

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Ohio State vs. Miami Hockey – Most Awaited Game

Ohio State vs. Miami Hockey – Most Awaited Game

For 2nd time this season, hockey team of Miami will be encountering with the Ohio State Buckeyes on February 24 and 25. Once splitting the success on a weekend back in the month of December last year, the RedHawks aspire to emerge on the peak in both games this time around. Miami has confronted Ohio State a lot more than any other college, playing 136 games before.

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Norte Dame Came Up as Hard-to-Beat Pretender of Miami

Norte Dame Came Up as Hard-to-Beat Pretender of Miami

Notre Dame has selected a poor time to downturn, having lost three games in a row, and seven of their last ten. The Fighting Irish split a house series against Bowling Green and had been brushed off in a home-and-home vs. Ferris State, scoring some 5 games out of their last four games.

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Matt Tomassoni

Matt Tomassoni

The random fan may not take in Matt Tomassoni. The senior Carol Stream, III., native has a smaller footprint compared to average twenty-first century hockey player from 5-feet-10, one hundred seventy pounds. He's recorded 14 goals at Miami and has not achieved more than 15 points with the RedHawks in any of four seasons he has played.

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