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    Terps celebrate seniors, fall to Rowan

    01/31/2016, 6:45pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

     

    Each of the last two years, Maryland has won on senior night. But that streak did not continue Friday.

     

    After a slow first period, the Terps quickly fell behind and were unable to score in a 7-0 loss to Rowan at Herbet Wells Arena.

     

    “[The seniors] have the work ethic, things just didn’t go our way,” head coach Jim Gaudet said.  “That’s a good team we played tonight. They play a similar style and have a similar system.”

     

    It appeared the Terps (9-7) positioned themselves to take an early lead just three minutes into the first period, as junior forward Avery Clair had an open look with only one Prof in front of him. However, that shot missed, and so did each of the club’s subsequent attempts to score.

     

    With 3:31 remaining in the first, the Profs took a 1-0 lead. That was the smallest deficit Maryland had to overcome Friday night.

     

    “[Rowan] plays hard and they skate hard,” Gaudet said. “They just played better than us tonight. It’s not like they were doing anything special.”

     

    But the Profs did not have to. Rowan forward Corey Gehringer pushed the Profs’ lead to two with a wide open shot just seconds into the second period. With 16:28 left in the second, a poor Terps pass prevented the team from missing what would have been an easy shot.

     

    Rowan scored three more times before the second period concluded.

     

    “The guys got down on themselves after a couple of goals,” Gaudet said.

     

    Gaudet said he felt the first 15 minutes of the third period were the best 15 minutes the Terps played. Over the final four minutes, though, the Profs added two more goals, putting the game out of reach.

     

    “That’s an opportunistic team,” Gaudet said of Rowan. “They did a good job, they have a lot of skill players. I thought we were going to get a few there in the third and make a game of it.”

     

    The Terps will end the regular season with five consecutive road games, beginning with a contest against Army on Sunday.

     

    “Really all of our games we have left are against really tough teams,” Gaudet said. “We’re playing for a lot. We’re not looking ahead in the schedule right now.”

    Terps hope to avoid slow start against Villanova

    11/20/2015, 6:30pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

    Ian Patrican wants to see the Terps play all three periods. The senior defenceman has watched the club lose close games as a result of slow starts and is ready for the team to take a step forward.

     

    Following a 4-1 victory over Monmouth last weekend, Patrican and the Terps will host Villanova at Herbert Wellsrink on Friday night. Patrican said the team needs to come out strong in order to remain competitive.

     

    “We have to play all three periods, that’s big for us,” Patrican said. “We’re still lacking and not playing all three periods. Not just one or two periods coming out hard. We only play two thirds of the game half the time and it’s really frustrating.”

     

    Maryland (8-4) will face a Villanova club it fell to last December. The Wildcats (6-9) had a one point lead at the end of the first period but scored three times in each of the final two frames en route to an 8-2 victory over the Terps. 

     

    Ian Cleary and Tom Jaquay each scored a goal on the night but were unable to help the Terps overcome an early deficit.

     

    Senior forward Lucas Davis said the Terps were not at their best when they faced the Wildcats last season.

     

    “We just have to keep playing our game,” Davis said. “We weren’t at our best in the game last year and we need to bring our ‘A’ game tomorrow. Last year, we turned it over too many times and they capitalized. Tomorrow, we have to minimize the turnovers.”

     

    The Terps’ offense has been consistent, scoring at least three times in each of their wins this season. However, slow starts have hurt the club in each of its four losses. 

     

    Davis felt the Terps’ defense played notably well against Monmouth and should not have an issue against Villanova with a similar performance.

     

    “We were all moving our feet and we played well defensively,” Davis said. “Teams aren’t going to score many goals if we continue to play defense like we did. But we still need to be focused otherwise we are going to come out flat.”

     

    As the Terps prepare for Friday’s contest, Patrican wants to see an improvement.

     

    “We lose a period when we start that way,” Patrican said of Maryland’s slow starts. “We just need to come out fast. It’s not something you could really practice.”

    Terps dominate Monmouth 4-1 in first match-up in years

    11/15/2015, 1:15pm EST
    By Danielle Ohl

    The University of Maryland Terrapins picked up an easy win against the Monmouth University Ice Hawks Saturday night at Herbert Wells rink.

    The win was easy, but it didn't start out that way.

    "[The Ice Hawks were] doing some kind of different things as far as their coverage and their forecheck," said Head Coach Jim Gaudet.

    The Terps cancelled their game on Nov. 6 against Rowan University due to unfit ice conditions in Wells. That gave them two long weeks to brood over their most recent game (and loss) against the University of Delaware, but also to lose a bit of on-ice sharpness.

    They played a cautious game for 20 minutes until regaining their legs and producing a goal with 10 minutes to go in the second period. The Ice Hawks' style of play was a little unfamiliar to the Terps, who regrouped in the locker room between the first and second periods, said Gaudet.

    "We didn't expect to have two weeks off," Gaudet said. "I think [after the first], the guys got more energy. They were more comfortable out there."

    The second and third periods were the polar opposite of the first. While the Terps struggled under the Ice Hawk's forecheck throughout the first, they amped up their presence in the second and third. Several big open-ice hits and aggressive board battles punctuated the periods as shooting chances emerged.

    "It was just us getting used to playing a team again," said senior defenseman Ian Patrican. "We started throwing the body the second period.

    Since the Terps were unfamiliar with Monmouth, they started "playing like [Monmouth is] the best team there is," Patrican said.

    The first goal came about 10 minutes into the second period, followed by two more in the third. Tallies came from senior forward Lucas Davis and senior defenseman Ian Patrican.

    A late goal in the third caused a bit of mock celebration and confusion, as Davis rung the puck off the post and refired it netward after a whistle. The initial shot had actually tucked just behind the goal line, according to the refs, and the Terps capped the night at 4-1, much to the Ice Hawks chagrin.

    Maryland will be facing another non-conference team, Villanova, next week, and the takeaways are much the same as previous contests: Play three periods.

    "We've gotta learn how to keep hitting it, keep grinding it out," Patrican said. "We lose a period. We need to come back and pick up on that."

     

    University Of Maryland D2 Men's Ice Hockey News

    Terps celebrate seniors, fall to Rowan

    01/31/2016, 6:45pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

     

    Each of the last two years, Maryland has won on senior night. But that streak did not continue Friday.

     

    After a slow first period, the Terps quickly fell behind and were unable to score in a 7-0 loss to Rowan at Herbet Wells Arena.

     

    “[The seniors] have the work ethic, things just didn’t go our way,” head coach Jim Gaudet said.  “That’s a good team we played tonight. They play a similar style and have a similar system.”

     

    It appeared the Terps (9-7) positioned themselves to take an early lead just three minutes into the first period, as junior forward Avery Clair had an open look with only one Prof in front of him. However, that shot missed, and so did each of the club’s subsequent attempts to score.

     

    With 3:31 remaining in the first, the Profs took a 1-0 lead. That was the smallest deficit Maryland had to overcome Friday night.

     

    “[Rowan] plays hard and they skate hard,” Gaudet said. “They just played better than us tonight. It’s not like they were doing anything special.”

     

    But the Profs did not have to. Rowan forward Corey Gehringer pushed the Profs’ lead to two with a wide open shot just seconds into the second period. With 16:28 left in the second, a poor Terps pass prevented the team from missing what would have been an easy shot.

     

    Rowan scored three more times before the second period concluded.

     

    “The guys got down on themselves after a couple of goals,” Gaudet said.

     

    Gaudet said he felt the first 15 minutes of the third period were the best 15 minutes the Terps played. Over the final four minutes, though, the Profs added two more goals, putting the game out of reach.

     

    “That’s an opportunistic team,” Gaudet said of Rowan. “They did a good job, they have a lot of skill players. I thought we were going to get a few there in the third and make a game of it.”

     

    The Terps will end the regular season with five consecutive road games, beginning with a contest against Army on Sunday.

     

    “Really all of our games we have left are against really tough teams,” Gaudet said. “We’re playing for a lot. We’re not looking ahead in the schedule right now.”

    Terps hope to avoid slow start against Villanova

    11/20/2015, 6:30pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

    Ian Patrican wants to see the Terps play all three periods. The senior defenceman has watched the club lose close games as a result of slow starts and is ready for the team to take a step forward.

     

    Following a 4-1 victory over Monmouth last weekend, Patrican and the Terps will host Villanova at Herbert Wellsrink on Friday night. Patrican said the team needs to come out strong in order to remain competitive.

     

    “We have to play all three periods, that’s big for us,” Patrican said. “We’re still lacking and not playing all three periods. Not just one or two periods coming out hard. We only play two thirds of the game half the time and it’s really frustrating.”

     

    Maryland (8-4) will face a Villanova club it fell to last December. The Wildcats (6-9) had a one point lead at the end of the first period but scored three times in each of the final two frames en route to an 8-2 victory over the Terps. 

     

    Ian Cleary and Tom Jaquay each scored a goal on the night but were unable to help the Terps overcome an early deficit.

     

    Senior forward Lucas Davis said the Terps were not at their best when they faced the Wildcats last season.

     

    “We just have to keep playing our game,” Davis said. “We weren’t at our best in the game last year and we need to bring our ‘A’ game tomorrow. Last year, we turned it over too many times and they capitalized. Tomorrow, we have to minimize the turnovers.”

     

    The Terps’ offense has been consistent, scoring at least three times in each of their wins this season. However, slow starts have hurt the club in each of its four losses. 

     

    Davis felt the Terps’ defense played notably well against Monmouth and should not have an issue against Villanova with a similar performance.

     

    “We were all moving our feet and we played well defensively,” Davis said. “Teams aren’t going to score many goals if we continue to play defense like we did. But we still need to be focused otherwise we are going to come out flat.”

     

    As the Terps prepare for Friday’s contest, Patrican wants to see an improvement.

     

    “We lose a period when we start that way,” Patrican said of Maryland’s slow starts. “We just need to come out fast. It’s not something you could really practice.”

    Terps dominate Monmouth 4-1 in first match-up in years

    11/15/2015, 1:15pm EST
    By Danielle Ohl

    The University of Maryland Terrapins picked up an easy win against the Monmouth University Ice Hawks Saturday night at Herbert Wells rink.

    The win was easy, but it didn't start out that way.

    "[The Ice Hawks were] doing some kind of different things as far as their coverage and their forecheck," said Head Coach Jim Gaudet.

    The Terps cancelled their game on Nov. 6 against Rowan University due to unfit ice conditions in Wells. That gave them two long weeks to brood over their most recent game (and loss) against the University of Delaware, but also to lose a bit of on-ice sharpness.

    They played a cautious game for 20 minutes until regaining their legs and producing a goal with 10 minutes to go in the second period. The Ice Hawks' style of play was a little unfamiliar to the Terps, who regrouped in the locker room between the first and second periods, said Gaudet.

    "We didn't expect to have two weeks off," Gaudet said. "I think [after the first], the guys got more energy. They were more comfortable out there."

    The second and third periods were the polar opposite of the first. While the Terps struggled under the Ice Hawk's forecheck throughout the first, they amped up their presence in the second and third. Several big open-ice hits and aggressive board battles punctuated the periods as shooting chances emerged.

    "It was just us getting used to playing a team again," said senior defenseman Ian Patrican. "We started throwing the body the second period.

    Since the Terps were unfamiliar with Monmouth, they started "playing like [Monmouth is] the best team there is," Patrican said.

    The first goal came about 10 minutes into the second period, followed by two more in the third. Tallies came from senior forward Lucas Davis and senior defenseman Ian Patrican.

    A late goal in the third caused a bit of mock celebration and confusion, as Davis rung the puck off the post and refired it netward after a whistle. The initial shot had actually tucked just behind the goal line, according to the refs, and the Terps capped the night at 4-1, much to the Ice Hawks chagrin.

    Maryland will be facing another non-conference team, Villanova, next week, and the takeaways are much the same as previous contests: Play three periods.

    "We've gotta learn how to keep hitting it, keep grinding it out," Patrican said. "We lose a period. We need to come back and pick up on that."

     

    University Of Maryland D2 Men's Ice Hockey News

    Terps celebrate seniors, fall to Rowan

    01/31/2016, 6:45pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

     

    Each of the last two years, Maryland has won on senior night. But that streak did not continue Friday.

     

    After a slow first period, the Terps quickly fell behind and were unable to score in a 7-0 loss to Rowan at Herbet Wells Arena.

     

    “[The seniors] have the work ethic, things just didn’t go our way,” head coach Jim Gaudet said.  “That’s a good team we played tonight. They play a similar style and have a similar system.”

     

    It appeared the Terps (9-7) positioned themselves to take an early lead just three minutes into the first period, as junior forward Avery Clair had an open look with only one Prof in front of him. However, that shot missed, and so did each of the club’s subsequent attempts to score.

     

    With 3:31 remaining in the first, the Profs took a 1-0 lead. That was the smallest deficit Maryland had to overcome Friday night.

     

    “[Rowan] plays hard and they skate hard,” Gaudet said. “They just played better than us tonight. It’s not like they were doing anything special.”

     

    But the Profs did not have to. Rowan forward Corey Gehringer pushed the Profs’ lead to two with a wide open shot just seconds into the second period. With 16:28 left in the second, a poor Terps pass prevented the team from missing what would have been an easy shot.

     

    Rowan scored three more times before the second period concluded.

     

    “The guys got down on themselves after a couple of goals,” Gaudet said.

     

    Gaudet said he felt the first 15 minutes of the third period were the best 15 minutes the Terps played. Over the final four minutes, though, the Profs added two more goals, putting the game out of reach.

     

    “That’s an opportunistic team,” Gaudet said of Rowan. “They did a good job, they have a lot of skill players. I thought we were going to get a few there in the third and make a game of it.”

     

    The Terps will end the regular season with five consecutive road games, beginning with a contest against Army on Sunday.

     

    “Really all of our games we have left are against really tough teams,” Gaudet said. “We’re playing for a lot. We’re not looking ahead in the schedule right now.”

    Terps hope to avoid slow start against Villanova

    11/20/2015, 6:30pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

    Ian Patrican wants to see the Terps play all three periods. The senior defenceman has watched the club lose close games as a result of slow starts and is ready for the team to take a step forward.

     

    Following a 4-1 victory over Monmouth last weekend, Patrican and the Terps will host Villanova at Herbert Wellsrink on Friday night. Patrican said the team needs to come out strong in order to remain competitive.

     

    “We have to play all three periods, that’s big for us,” Patrican said. “We’re still lacking and not playing all three periods. Not just one or two periods coming out hard. We only play two thirds of the game half the time and it’s really frustrating.”

     

    Maryland (8-4) will face a Villanova club it fell to last December. The Wildcats (6-9) had a one point lead at the end of the first period but scored three times in each of the final two frames en route to an 8-2 victory over the Terps. 

     

    Ian Cleary and Tom Jaquay each scored a goal on the night but were unable to help the Terps overcome an early deficit.

     

    Senior forward Lucas Davis said the Terps were not at their best when they faced the Wildcats last season.

     

    “We just have to keep playing our game,” Davis said. “We weren’t at our best in the game last year and we need to bring our ‘A’ game tomorrow. Last year, we turned it over too many times and they capitalized. Tomorrow, we have to minimize the turnovers.”

     

    The Terps’ offense has been consistent, scoring at least three times in each of their wins this season. However, slow starts have hurt the club in each of its four losses. 

     

    Davis felt the Terps’ defense played notably well against Monmouth and should not have an issue against Villanova with a similar performance.

     

    “We were all moving our feet and we played well defensively,” Davis said. “Teams aren’t going to score many goals if we continue to play defense like we did. But we still need to be focused otherwise we are going to come out flat.”

     

    As the Terps prepare for Friday’s contest, Patrican wants to see an improvement.

     

    “We lose a period when we start that way,” Patrican said of Maryland’s slow starts. “We just need to come out fast. It’s not something you could really practice.”

    Terps dominate Monmouth 4-1 in first match-up in years

    11/15/2015, 1:15pm EST
    By Danielle Ohl

    The University of Maryland Terrapins picked up an easy win against the Monmouth University Ice Hawks Saturday night at Herbert Wells rink.

    The win was easy, but it didn't start out that way.

    "[The Ice Hawks were] doing some kind of different things as far as their coverage and their forecheck," said Head Coach Jim Gaudet.

    The Terps cancelled their game on Nov. 6 against Rowan University due to unfit ice conditions in Wells. That gave them two long weeks to brood over their most recent game (and loss) against the University of Delaware, but also to lose a bit of on-ice sharpness.

    They played a cautious game for 20 minutes until regaining their legs and producing a goal with 10 minutes to go in the second period. The Ice Hawks' style of play was a little unfamiliar to the Terps, who regrouped in the locker room between the first and second periods, said Gaudet.

    "We didn't expect to have two weeks off," Gaudet said. "I think [after the first], the guys got more energy. They were more comfortable out there."

    The second and third periods were the polar opposite of the first. While the Terps struggled under the Ice Hawk's forecheck throughout the first, they amped up their presence in the second and third. Several big open-ice hits and aggressive board battles punctuated the periods as shooting chances emerged.

    "It was just us getting used to playing a team again," said senior defenseman Ian Patrican. "We started throwing the body the second period.

    Since the Terps were unfamiliar with Monmouth, they started "playing like [Monmouth is] the best team there is," Patrican said.

    The first goal came about 10 minutes into the second period, followed by two more in the third. Tallies came from senior forward Lucas Davis and senior defenseman Ian Patrican.

    A late goal in the third caused a bit of mock celebration and confusion, as Davis rung the puck off the post and refired it netward after a whistle. The initial shot had actually tucked just behind the goal line, according to the refs, and the Terps capped the night at 4-1, much to the Ice Hawks chagrin.

    Maryland will be facing another non-conference team, Villanova, next week, and the takeaways are much the same as previous contests: Play three periods.

    "We've gotta learn how to keep hitting it, keep grinding it out," Patrican said. "We lose a period. We need to come back and pick up on that."

     

    University Of Maryland D2 Men's Ice Hockey News

    Terps celebrate seniors, fall to Rowan

    01/31/2016, 6:45pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

     

    Each of the last two years, Maryland has won on senior night. But that streak did not continue Friday.

     

    After a slow first period, the Terps quickly fell behind and were unable to score in a 7-0 loss to Rowan at Herbet Wells Arena.

     

    “[The seniors] have the work ethic, things just didn’t go our way,” head coach Jim Gaudet said.  “That’s a good team we played tonight. They play a similar style and have a similar system.”

     

    It appeared the Terps (9-7) positioned themselves to take an early lead just three minutes into the first period, as junior forward Avery Clair had an open look with only one Prof in front of him. However, that shot missed, and so did each of the club’s subsequent attempts to score.

     

    With 3:31 remaining in the first, the Profs took a 1-0 lead. That was the smallest deficit Maryland had to overcome Friday night.

     

    “[Rowan] plays hard and they skate hard,” Gaudet said. “They just played better than us tonight. It’s not like they were doing anything special.”

     

    But the Profs did not have to. Rowan forward Corey Gehringer pushed the Profs’ lead to two with a wide open shot just seconds into the second period. With 16:28 left in the second, a poor Terps pass prevented the team from missing what would have been an easy shot.

     

    Rowan scored three more times before the second period concluded.

     

    “The guys got down on themselves after a couple of goals,” Gaudet said.

     

    Gaudet said he felt the first 15 minutes of the third period were the best 15 minutes the Terps played. Over the final four minutes, though, the Profs added two more goals, putting the game out of reach.

     

    “That’s an opportunistic team,” Gaudet said of Rowan. “They did a good job, they have a lot of skill players. I thought we were going to get a few there in the third and make a game of it.”

     

    The Terps will end the regular season with five consecutive road games, beginning with a contest against Army on Sunday.

     

    “Really all of our games we have left are against really tough teams,” Gaudet said. “We’re playing for a lot. We’re not looking ahead in the schedule right now.”

    Terps hope to avoid slow start against Villanova

    11/20/2015, 6:30pm EST
    By Scott Gelman

    Ian Patrican wants to see the Terps play all three periods. The senior defenceman has watched the club lose close games as a result of slow starts and is ready for the team to take a step forward.

     

    Following a 4-1 victory over Monmouth last weekend, Patrican and the Terps will host Villanova at Herbert Wellsrink on Friday night. Patrican said the team needs to come out strong in order to remain competitive.

     

    “We have to play all three periods, that’s big for us,” Patrican said. “We’re still lacking and not playing all three periods. Not just one or two periods coming out hard. We only play two thirds of the game half the time and it’s really frustrating.”

     

    Maryland (8-4) will face a Villanova club it fell to last December. The Wildcats (6-9) had a one point lead at the end of the first period but scored three times in each of the final two frames en route to an 8-2 victory over the Terps. 

     

    Ian Cleary and Tom Jaquay each scored a goal on the night but were unable to help the Terps overcome an early deficit.

     

    Senior forward Lucas Davis said the Terps were not at their best when they faced the Wildcats last season.

     

    “We just have to keep playing our game,” Davis said. “We weren’t at our best in the game last year and we need to bring our ‘A’ game tomorrow. Last year, we turned it over too many times and they capitalized. Tomorrow, we have to minimize the turnovers.”

     

    The Terps’ offense has been consistent, scoring at least three times in each of their wins this season. However, slow starts have hurt the club in each of its four losses. 

     

    Davis felt the Terps’ defense played notably well against Monmouth and should not have an issue against Villanova with a similar performance.

     

    “We were all moving our feet and we played well defensively,” Davis said. “Teams aren’t going to score many goals if we continue to play defense like we did. But we still need to be focused otherwise we are going to come out flat.”

     

    As the Terps prepare for Friday’s contest, Patrican wants to see an improvement.

     

    “We lose a period when we start that way,” Patrican said of Maryland’s slow starts. “We just need to come out fast. It’s not something you could really practice.”

    Terps dominate Monmouth 4-1 in first match-up in years

    11/15/2015, 1:15pm EST
    By Danielle Ohl

    The University of Maryland Terrapins picked up an easy win against the Monmouth University Ice Hawks Saturday night at Herbert Wells rink.

    The win was easy, but it didn't start out that way.

    "[The Ice Hawks were] doing some kind of different things as far as their coverage and their forecheck," said Head Coach Jim Gaudet.

    The Terps cancelled their game on Nov. 6 against Rowan University due to unfit ice conditions in Wells. That gave them two long weeks to brood over their most recent game (and loss) against the University of Delaware, but also to lose a bit of on-ice sharpness.

    They played a cautious game for 20 minutes until regaining their legs and producing a goal with 10 minutes to go in the second period. The Ice Hawks' style of play was a little unfamiliar to the Terps, who regrouped in the locker room between the first and second periods, said Gaudet.

    "We didn't expect to have two weeks off," Gaudet said. "I think [after the first], the guys got more energy. They were more comfortable out there."

    The second and third periods were the polar opposite of the first. While the Terps struggled under the Ice Hawk's forecheck throughout the first, they amped up their presence in the second and third. Several big open-ice hits and aggressive board battles punctuated the periods as shooting chances emerged.

    "It was just us getting used to playing a team again," said senior defenseman Ian Patrican. "We started throwing the body the second period.

    Since the Terps were unfamiliar with Monmouth, they started "playing like [Monmouth is] the best team there is," Patrican said.

    The first goal came about 10 minutes into the second period, followed by two more in the third. Tallies came from senior forward Lucas Davis and senior defenseman Ian Patrican.

    A late goal in the third caused a bit of mock celebration and confusion, as Davis rung the puck off the post and refired it netward after a whistle. The initial shot had actually tucked just behind the goal line, according to the refs, and the Terps capped the night at 4-1, much to the Ice Hawks chagrin.

    Maryland will be facing another non-conference team, Villanova, next week, and the takeaways are much the same as previous contests: Play three periods.

    "We've gotta learn how to keep hitting it, keep grinding it out," Patrican said. "We lose a period. We need to come back and pick up on that."

     

    2015 USA Warriors Hockey Classic

     

    On Friday, March 6th, the Maryland Mens DIII Club Ice Hockey Team will host the third annual USA Warriors Hockey Classic at Wells Ice Rink in College Park, Maryland. This year's event begins at 6:45 PM and it will feature the return of last year's game between the USA Warriors and the UMD Terps hockey teams as well as a postgame skills competition. 

     
    Admission to the event is free; however, a $5 donation is recommended from all those in attendance. All proceeds will benefit the USA Warriors Hockey Program, which has been organized to operate exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, for those wounded in defense of the United States in conjunction with the USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Program.
     
    We will also auction/raffle off several items to fans in attendance. Raffle tickets will be $2 each and items will be given out by a mix of simple lottery and on-ice competitions. So far we have some Terps gear and donations from Cornerstone, Board and Brew, Bagel Place, Bobby's Burgers, the Capitals, For Sports, and Total Hockey.

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