Ohio’s club hockey team was blown out Friday night for the first time in almost three years, but the tenacity that has driven the team to stay in the upper echelon of the league rankings through the early part of the season helped the Bobcats even the series with a Saturday night win against Illinois.
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After picking up their first loss of the season against Liberty University last weekend, the Bobcats slipped from their place atop the American Collegiate Hockey Association rankings.
After being regarded as the top team in the league for the majority of the season, few questions remained about Ohio heading into the weekend, aside from who would be the first to hand the Bobcats a loss.
The Bobcats look to show the Liberty Flames which team is really on fire when Ohio’s undefeated squad travels to the LaHaye Ice Center this weekend.
In 2007, the Cleveland Browns shocked nonbelievers around Northeast Ohio and beyond by finishing the season 10-6 — a record that isn’t typically that impressive by NFL standards, but one that greatly improved on their previous efforts.
Two of the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s strongest goalies share the stage in Bird Arena most weekends.
Though a few Ohio players may not have escaped their weekend series with Arizona without their fair share of bumps and bruises, the team’s record remains untarnished for the fifth straight week.
If there were any questions about the strength of Ohio’s hockey team heading into this season, the squad has proven that it has the answers at both ends of the ice in the early part of the season.
Ohio’s weekend series against Oklahoma proved to be the most suspenseful of the season, as the Sooners threatened the Bobcats’ unblemished record with two close games that were decided by late scoring.
A still-perfect Ohio squad will look to assert its dominance against Oklahoma — its first real test of the season — when the Sooners travel to Bird Arena for this weekend’s matchup.
The path that Ohio defenseman Paul Sergi took on his way to becoming a Bobcat is reminiscent of the one coach Dan Morris took when he came to Athens as a player in 1993.
Ohio showed West Virginia why it deserved its recently attained status as the top-ranked team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association as the Bobcats outscored the Mountaineers 9-5 through the weekend and advanced to 6-0 in its young season.
With little West Virginia footage for Ohio to go off of heading into its weekend matchup with the Mountaineers, the Bobcats will employ whatever tactics they feel will help them continue chasing perfection.
Ohio’s club hockey team has outscored its opponents by a combined 27-4 margin and coasted to a perfect record through two weekends of play, so it’s easy to think the team hasn’t had much to sweat about in the season’s opening stages.
The Bobcats’ success after their shutouts against Pittsburgh last weekend is bittersweet for freshman center James Howard, who said it’s hard to be away from home while his son celebrates his first birthday Tuesday.
Pittsburgh had trouble finding the net in the series against Ohio. The only tallies the Panthers made were in the loss column.
Although the Bobcats made winning look effortless this past weekend with a scoring onslaught that has propelled them to a perfect 2-0 record, coach Dan Morris does not expect this weekend to be as easy.
One of the newest members of Ohio’s club hockey team, freshman defenseman James Hubbard, owes much of his early interest in the sport to his older brother, Jonathan.
If Ohio’s high-octane offense set the tone for the season last weekend with its sweep of the John Carroll Blue Streaks, fans of the club hockey team have reason to get excited.
The Ohio club hockey team has finished preparations for the upcoming season and the squad has made some adjustments with the new roster additions.