North Dakota Hockey Team Shows off Incredible Passing for Goal vs. Miami

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistNovember 14, 2015

After seeing this play, one might liken the University of North Dakota hockey team to the San Antonio Spurs.

The style is simple: Beautiful passing leads to scoring.

During Friday night's game against the Miami RedHawks, North Dakota put on a passing clinic on its way to lighting the lamp.

After coming up with the loose puck, North Dakota ran a four-on-two break to perfection. Nick Schmaltz started the masterful play, and after a series of five passes, he was able to finish with a score to give his team a four-goal lead. 

The RedHawks were outnumbered on the break and stood no chance against North Dakota's passing attack. It was a thing of beauty. Perhaps the only thing that could top this is the legendary "Flying V."

North Dakota won the game, 6-2.

[North Dakota Athletics]

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