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BEMIDJI, Minn. -- With a full two weeks between its last game Dec. 15 and the Saturday, Dec. 29, 8 p.m. game on the road at Air Force, the Bemidji State men’s hockey team is well rested and prepared to start the second stretch of the 2018-19 season.
MINNEAPOLIS—Bemidji State held its own for much of their Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Faceoff semifinal game Saturday afternoon, March 3, but ultimately Wisconsin showed why it holds the No. 1 ranking in the nation and defeated the Beavers 4-1 at Ridder Arena. The Beavers finish the season with a record of 16-19-3 overall and 9-13-2 in the WCHA.
BEMIDJI—With a heartbreaking end to the Vikings season this past Sunday, the Twins Winter Caravan's stop at the Bemidji Eagles Club on Tuesday shortened the memories of many and had 400 people pumped for the upcoming Major League Baseball season.
PRINCETON, N.J. — Bemidji State junior Jay Dickman scored the Beavers' lone goal Friday night, Nov. 24, and Princeton cruised to a 4-1 win to split the Wednesday-Friday series at Hobey Baker Memorial Rink. Dickman's tally — assisted by Kyle Bauman and Aaron Miller — came just 17 seconds into the contest and gave the Beavers (5-5-2, 2-3-1 Western Collegiate Hockey Association) a 1-0 lead after the first period, but the Tigers (4-4-1) scored two in each of the second and third periods to secure the victory.
ISANTI, Minn.—After splitting a Western Collegiate Hockey Association series with Minnesota Duluth on Friday, Oct. 27, and Saturday, Oct. 28, the Bemidji State met with the Bulldogs again on Monday, Nov. 6—this time in a non-conference game for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Face-Off Classic at Isanti County Arena—and the Beavers came out on top 3-2 thanks to a three-point night from Emma Terres.
BEMIDJI—The Bemidji State women's hockey team was dominant through the majority of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association series opener against Minnesota Duluth on Friday, Oct. 27, at the Sanford Center. But in the end, a last-minute goal in the first period and a first-minute goal in the second period were too much to overcome, and the Bulldogs stole a 3-2 win despite being outshot 45-22 in the contest.
BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State and North Dakota skated to a 0-0 tie and a 2-1 BSU overtime win in a home-and-home series in mid-October. So it wasn’t a surprise when Friday night’s game was decided by just a goal. Only this time it was the No. 9 Fighting Hawks over the No. 5/6 Beavers 1-0, thanks to a power play goal from senior forward Becca Kohler.
BEMIDJI -- East Grand Forks Senior High used two power play goals to defeat Bemidji 2-1 in girls hockey play here Friday in the season opener for both teams. “The penalties got us,” Bemidji coach Jackie Stoffel said. “Five-on-five, we were up a goal, but those penalties kind of killed us there.” The Lumberjacks (0-1) came out of the gate strong, keeping the majority of the play in the Green Wave’s end and outshooting the Wave 14-5 in the first period.
CASS LAKE — The Cass Lake-Bena Panthers matched last years point total in Friday’s 49-6 loss to Warren-Alvarado-Oslo. Senior quarterback Brice Miller and junior running back Hunter Roller each scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, giving the Ponies plenty of scoring to come out with the win.
Gareth Curtiss couldn't stay away from his Chief Shaynowishkung statue longer than two months.