Tyler Kirkup, senior forward for the Bemidji State men’s hockey team, has been selected as Forward of the Week by the CCHA. Kirkup led the Beavers with four points (3g-1a) in a non-conference series versus then-No. 7 North Dakota Oct. 15-16.
Bemidji State will make its CCHA debut this weekend among the top 20 NCAA Division I men’s hockey teams in the country according to the USCHO Division I Men’s Hockey Poll. The organization placed BSU in the No. 19 spot of its Oct. 18 poll following a non-conference series split with No. 6 University of North Dakota.
Ross Armour scored 53 seconds into overtime to give Bemidji State a 4-3 victory over No. 7 North Dakota and its first win of the season, Saturday at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
The University of North Dakota men's hockey team scored three goals in the span of 3:41 early in the second period to steal the lead from Bemidji State University and put the Beavers in a hole there were unable to dig out from. The No. 7 Fighting Hawks held of a BSU third period charge to earn a 4-3 victory to open the home-and-home series.
The No. 20 Bemidji State men's hockey team (0-2-0) continues its 2021-22 season with its second consecutive top-10, non-conference opponent Oct. 15-16. Friday, the Beavers host No. 7 North Dakota (2-0-0) at Sanford Center to begin home-and-home series. The puck drops at 7:07 p.m. Saturday the teams make the trip to Grand Forks, N.D. and Ralph Engelstad Arena for the series finale at 6:07 p.m.
Bemidji State University men's hockey Head Coach Tom Serratore and senior Ross Armour discuss the Beavers' upcoming home-and-home series versus University of North Dakota, the rivalry and tough nonconference schedule.
Bemidji State will skate into its nonconference, home-and-home series with North Dakota ranked among the top 20 NCAA Division I men’s hockey teams in the country according to the USCHO Division I Men’s Hockey Poll. The organization placed BSU in the No. 20 spot in the Oct. 11 edition of its poll.
No. 5 Minnesota Duluth used a third-period goal by Blake Biondi to break a 1-1 tie Saturday, tip the game in the Bulldogs’ favor and complete the home-and-home series sweep over No. 15 Bemidji State.
After more than 570 days of uncertainty and empty arenas, the Bemidji State men's ice hockey team was back at Sanford Center in front of 3,400 fans Friday. In a clash of top-15 teams, Minnesota Duluth used goals from four different players to open the home-and-home series with a 4-2 victory.
Bemidji State men's hockey Head Coach Tom Serratore and senior captain Brad Johnson discuss BSU's 2021-22 season-opening, home-and-home series versus University of Minnesota Duluth, the return of fans and the overall excitement about getting the season underway.