Brad Elliott Schlossman
Schlossman is in his 13th year covering college hockey for the Herald. In 2016, he was named the top beat writer in the country by the Associated Press Sports Editors. He has voted in the national college hockey poll since 2007 and has served as a member of the Hobey Baker and Patty Kazmaier Award committees.
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OXFORD, Ohio—It never stopped raining the entire time UND was in Ohio on its last road trip of the regular season. Perhaps it was a omen or a metaphor for the Fighting Hawks, whose chances of getting home ice for the first round of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference playoffs and a berth in the NCAA tournament for a 16th straight year are now as murky as the puddles that gathered across Miami University's campus.
UND 2, Miami 2, tie The story: UND rallied from down two goals in the third period on goals by Hayden Shaw and Nick Jones to tie Miami. The RedHawks grabbed the extra point in the standings with a 3-on-3 goal by Kiefer Sherwood. With the tie, UND matched the school record for most ties in a season with nine.
Former two-year UND captain Chay Genoway is bringing home an Olympic medal from Pyeongchang, South Korea. Genoway won a bronze early Saturday morning, helping Canada defeat the Czech Republic 6-4 in the bronze-medal game at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The Canadians led 3-1 after the first period and blew the game open in the third with three more goals.
OXFORD, Ohio—No lead is safe with the UND men's hockey team right now. Not even a three-goal cushion against the last-place National Collegiate Hockey Conference team that hadn't scored in four games and 240 minutes of play. UND turned a 3-0 lead into a 4-3 overtime loss to Miami on Friday night in Goggin Ice Arena, the worst of all the blown leads in the last month. Ben Lown finished it 59 seconds into overtime, when he was gifted a breakaway due to a poor line change and snapped a shot past UND goalie Cam Johnson's right leg.
It has been a whirlwind 24 hours for Grand Forks natives Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux after the twin sisters led the U.S. to a dramatic gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Monique scored the game-tying goal with 6 minutes, 21 seconds to go in the third period and Jocelyne scored the game-winning goal in a sudden-death shootout to give the Americans their first gold in women's hockey in 20 years. The Lamoureux twins appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America in the hours that followed the win.
Q. What’s your favorite road trip in the NCHC? A. For me personally, going to St. Cloud is always a lot of fun because I have a lot of family and friends there, so that’s always a lot of fun. But I enjoy going to Denver. We get a lot of Sioux fans out there. It feels like a home game. It’s a good weekend with a huge rivalry and a fun place to go to. Q. What’s one thing Grand Forks needs to get? A. Chipotle, automatic. Sometimes, guys will drive down to Fargo just to go to Chipotle.
OXFORD, Ohio—Casey Johnson never played forward at Grand Forks Central. He didn't in Dubuque, Iowa, during his United States Hockey League career, either. But when UND coach Brad Berry needed someone to step in up from for an injury ravaged forward crew last month, he asked Johnson to try it out. "Getting back in the lineup was a good thing for me," Johnson said. "I just tried to play my role." That role is now being a utility man. The 6-foot-2, 198-pound Grand Forks native has worked his way into the lineup through his versatility.
Six years ago, then-UND associate coach Peter Elander gave Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson a new drill to try. It was nicknamed, 'Oops, I Did It Again,' after the Britney Spears song that was popular in the early 2000s when Elander started using it with all of his teams back in his native Sweden. The purpose of the drill is to work on the transfer of weight and being able to roll your wrists to have smooth transitions with the puck. How good was Jocelyne at it? "Six years ago, she wasn't good at it," Elander said.
Six years ago, then-UND associate coach Peter Elander gave Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson a new drill to try. It was nicknamed, ‘Oops, I Did It Again,’ after the Britney Spears song that was popular in the early 2000s when Elander started using it with all of his teams back in his native Sweden. The purpose of the drill is to work on the transfer of weight and being able to roll your wrists to have smooth transitions with the puck.
N.D. state girls hockey quarterfinals, REA Olympic Mandan vs. Fargo South-North Mandan Record: 7-15-1 (No. 8 seed). Coach: Matt Strinden (second season). Top scorers: Sr. F Hannah Peterson 7 goals, 6 assists, 13 points; sr. F Taley Davis 7-3--10; fr. F Emily Froehlich 5-4--9; jr. F Emily Horner 4-2--6; jr. D Kyla Ritchart 0-5--5 Top goaltender: Eighth-grader Autumn Sheetz 7-15, 4.15 goals-against average, .848 save percentage.