There were high expectations this season for the University of Maine men’s hockey team. A year ago, the Black Bears finished fifth in Hockey East and swept New Hampshire in the first round of the playoffs — after being picked to finish 10th in the preseason poll. But after being overachievers last season, the Black Bears were underachievers during the 2018-19 season. UMaine had a 15-17-4 overall record and finished sixth after being chosen fifth in the Hockey East preseason poll.

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