Personally, I don’t see it happening. There’s a reason they only won 12 games this season, they're not very good. No offense to Miami, this season has been a train wreck. Breaking it down even further, I don't see the RedHawks beating SCSU again this season. Miami is 3-12-1 since January 10, 2014.
Mick Hatten, Saint Cloud Times -- On Feb. 21-22, the RedHawks beat the Huskies 4-3 in the first game before St. Cloud State earned the split with a 3-0 win in Ohio.Since returning from injury on February 21, 2014, Miami junior forward Blake Coleman is smoking hot. In the last six games, Blake Coleman has scored (8g-0a—8tps). Last weekend, the Plano, Texas product scored (4g-0a-4—pts) against the Denver Pioneers. Coleman scored both of Miami’s goals as the RedHawks beat the University of Denver 2-1.
“They’re a really good team, well-coached,” Huskies co-captain Nic Dowd said. “They beat us two games (this season) and they know what they have to do to get back to where they want to be.”
In the four games against St. Cloud State, sophomore Sean Kuraly and junior Austin Czarnik had one goal and two assists apiece, Riley Barber had a goal and an assist and junior Blake Coleman had two goals for the RedHawks.)
Sophomore goalies Ryan McKay and Jay Williams split the four games against St. Cloud State. McKay earned the split at the Brooks Center, stopping 64 of 66 shots (.969 save percentage) and had a shutout in the series. McKay played both games over the weekend at Denver. Williams earned the split in Ohio, stopping 50 of 56 shots (.893).
For St. Cloud State, David Morley had two goals, Jimmy Murray had a goal and two assists and Jonny Brodzinski had a goal and three assists against the RedHawks.