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

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistNovember 14, 2015

via North Dakota Athletics

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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