THIS WEEKEND SERIES • Michigan Tech heads to 8 Bowling Green this week for a WCHA series in Ohio. • The puck falls at 7:07 pm both nights at the Slater Family Ice Arena. • The Huskies have won seven straight wins games and are 8-3-1 in total. Tech is also 2-0 in the WCHA game after an early January sweep from Alabama Huntsville. • This is the only meeting scheduled between the two teams this season.
RANKED HUSKIES • Tech is ranked # 18 in this week’s USCHO.com Top 20 poll. The Huskies have received votes in 10 of 11 previous polls this season. • The last time Black and Gold made it to the top 20 was January 13, 2020.
ON THE RADIO • Mix 93.5 FM WKMJ broadcasts throughout Michigan Tech hockey games. Fans can listen live on the radio at Mix 93.5 FM WKMJ, online at TheMix93.com or Pasty.com, or using your favorite radio broadcast app. • Dirk Hembroff will call all the action in his 19th year behind the microphone.
FLOHOCKEY.TV • All of Michigan Tech hockey games during the 2020-21 season will be broadcast live on FloHockey.tv. • Fans can purchase annual ($ 150) or monthly ($ 29.99) subscriptions and will have access to all WCHAs games with the full Atlantic hockey schedule and a selection of Big Ten Conference hockey games• Subscription also includes all WCHA playoffs • Download the FloSports app today on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and the App Store.
SERIES INFO • Tech is 19-17-5 all-time against the Falcons since 1972. • Tech is 9-9-1 ” games played in Ohio. Tech was 1-3-1 against BGSU last season.
WCHA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK • Arvid Caderoth is the WCHA Rookie of the Week after leading the WCHA Rookies with three points this weekend. game to a then assisted on Techle’s fourth goal of the game. He also helped out on the Saturday winning gamebut. • Caderoth also led the WCHA rookies with a plus-3 odds, seven shots on goal and five blocked shots over the weekend. • Caderoth has a point in three in a row games and in four of the last five competitions, including help on the game- goal winning three times. In 12 games in his debut season, Caderoth had one goal and four assists to place fifth among the WCHA newcomers.
SCOUTING THE FALCONS • The BGSU are 14-4-0 overall and 3-1-0 in the WCHA. The league wins are over Ferris State and Bemidji State. • BGSU is ranked # 8 in the USCHO and USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine polls. • The Falcons played the second most games • BGSU was selected third in both WCHA preseason polls. Nine different players hit double-digit points. Brandon Kruse leads with 21 points with nine goals and 12 assists. Cameron Wright and Max Johnson also have nine goals: • Ty Eigner is in his second season as head coach.
CAPTAINES • Junior forward Alec Broetzman is the captain of the Huskies. Broetzman wore an A in his sophomore year • Junior forward Trenton Bliss and junior defensemen Eric Gotz and Colin Swoyer are alternate captains.
LAST DOWNTIME • Tech swept across northern Michigan in a non-conference meeting with a 2-0 shutout Saturday at Houghton and a 4-1 victory at Marquette. The Huskies have now won seven straight wins, six straight against the Wildcats and six straight at the Berry Events Center. • Eric Gotz scored the game-Winner on the power play on Saturday. His three goals were scored on the man advantage. • Tristan Ashbrook scored his first goal as a Husky on Saturday in his second game. He scored nine goals for RPI last season. • Mark Sinclair won his second victory as a Husky …
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