UNO hockey used a third-period surge to defeat Maine and post its second win of the season.
UNO used a third-period surge Friday night to post its second win of the hockey season.
UNO ended the first half of its hockey season on a positive note Monday, and goalie Isaiah Saville led the way, with 34 saves.
The Omaha Lancers nearly let a three-goal lead slip away Friday, but Luke Mobley scored 2:53 into overtime to salvage a USHL win over Tri-City.
Luke Mobley scored in the fourth round of the shootout to lead Omaha to a victory over Sioux Falls on Sunday.
Jack Randl and Chase Bradley each scored twice as Omaha routed Sioux City on Saturday night.
Omaha scored twice in a three-minute span in the third period, which lifted the Lancers to a 6-4 USHL win over Des Moines Saturday night at Ralston Arena.
Five different Lancers scored as Omaha erased a two-goal deficit in a win over Muskegon at Ralston Arena on Saturday night.
Ross Mitton scored two goals Saturday and Omaha snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-0 win over Sioux Falls.
One future UNO Maverick and two current Omaha Lancers are listed on the final NHL Central Scouting rankings released Monday.
Jack Randl scored in the second period to break a tie and Zach Driscoll had 18 saves as Omaha beat Youngstown 4-1 on Saturday.
Zach Driscoll turned away 36 shots to lead Omaha to a 2-1 win over Lincoln on Saturday.
LINCOLN — A pair of multipoint nights from 17-year-olds helped the Lancers build a big lead, and Omaha went on to beat Lincoln 6-2 Friday night.
A pair of multi-point nights from 17-year-olds helped the Lancers build a big lead, and Omaha went on to beat Lincoln 6-2 Friday night.
Christian O’Neill and Logan Will each scored in a nine-second span to spur a four-goal third period and a 5-3 Omaha win over Des Moines on Saturday.
Omaha goalkeeper Zach Driscoll had 22 saves on Friday to lead the Lancers to a 5-0 win over Green Bay at Ralston Arena.
Michigan recruit Jack Randl has signed a tender to play for the Omaha Lancers during the 2016-17 season. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound forward helped the Chicago Mission win both the Illinois State Championship and a regional championship in a tournament at Ralston Arena earlier this year.