No Event
Sun Oct 01
Final
2 Michigan Tech
3 at Wisconsin
US Hockey Hall of Fame Game
Fri Oct 06
Final
3 Union
6 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Duluth, Minn.
Sat Oct 07
Final
4 Michigan Tech
3 at Minnesota Duluth
Ice Breaker Tournament - Duluth, Minn.
Fri Oct 13
Final
4 Michigan Tech
3 at Lake Superior State
Great Lake State Weekend
Sat Oct 14
Final Shootout - Away
2 Michigan Tech
2 at Lake Superior State
Great Lake State Weekend
Fri Oct 20
Final
4 Alabama Huntsville
5 Michigan Tech
Sat Oct 21
Final
4 Alabama Huntsville
2 Michigan Tech
Fri Oct 27
Final
1 Michigan Tech
3 at Minnesota State
Sat Oct 28
Final
3 Michigan Tech
5 at Minnesota State
Fri Nov 03
Final
2 Bowling Green
1 Michigan Tech
Sat Nov 04
Final - OT
2 Bowling Green
2 Michigan Tech
Fri Nov 10
Final
1 Northern Michigan
4 Michigan Tech
Military Appreciation Weekend- Biggby Coffee
Sat Nov 11
Final
0 Michigan Tech
4 at Northern Michigan
Fri Nov 17
Final - OT
1 Michigan Tech
1 at Alaska Anchorage
Sat Nov 18
Final - OT
3 Michigan Tech
3 at Alaska Anchorage
Fri Nov 24
Final - OT
5 Michigan Tech
4 at Alaska
Sat Nov 25
Final
5 Michigan Tech
1 at Alaska
Fri Dec 08
Final
4 Ferris State
3 Michigan Tech
Sat Dec 09
Final
1 Ferris State
5 Michigan Tech
Teddy Bear Toss
Fri Dec 15
Final
0 Lake Superior State
3 Michigan Tech
Sat Dec 16
Final Shootout - Home
3 Lake Superior State
3 Michigan Tech
$50,000 Truck Promo
Mon Jan 01
Final
2 Michigan State
5 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Detroit, Mich
Tue Jan 02
Final
4 Bowling Green
1 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Detroit, Mich.
Fri Jan 05
Final
4 Michigan Tech
3 vs. Boston College
@ LAS VEGAS, NV
Sat Jan 06
Final
2 Michigan Tech
3 vs. Arizona State
@ Las Vegas, NV
Fri Jan 19
Final
2 Alaska
5 Michigan Tech
Sat Jan 20
Final
3 Alaska
4 Michigan Tech
Fri Jan 26
Final
3 Michigan Tech
4 at Ferris State
Sat Jan 27
Final
1 Michigan Tech
3 at Ferris State
Fri Feb 02
Final
2 Michigan Tech
7 at Bowling Green
Sat Feb 03
Final
4 Michigan Tech
0 at Bowling Green
Fri Feb 09
Final
4 Bemidji State
2 Michigan Tech
Winter Carnival
Sat Feb 10
Final
1 Bemidji State
5 Michigan Tech
Winter Carnival
Fri Feb 16
Final - OT
2 Arizona State
1 Michigan Tech
Sat Feb 17
Final
3 Arizona State
5 Michigan Tech
Econo Foods Kids Day
Fri Feb 23
Final
1 Michigan Tech
2 at Northern Michigan
Sat Feb 24
Final
2 Northern Michigan
3 Michigan Tech
Fri Mar 02
Final
5 Michigan Tech
3 at Bemidji State
WCHA Quarterfinal - Game 1
Sat Mar 03
Final
5 Michigan Tech
4 at Bemidji State
WCHA Quarterfinal - Game 2
Fri Mar 09
Final
1 Michigan Tech
2 at Minnesota State
WCHA Semifinal - Game 1
Sat Mar 10
Final
4 Michigan Tech
2 at Minnesota State
WCHA Semifinal - Game 2
Sun Mar 11
Final - OT
2 Michigan Tech
1 at Minnesota State
WCHA Semifinal - Game 3
Sat Mar 17
Final
2 Michigan Tech
0 at Northern Michigan
WCHA Championship Game
Fri Mar 23
Final - OT
3 Michigan Tech
4 vs. Notre Dame
@ Bridgeport, CT NCAA Tournament - East Region Semifinal
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GLI Champs! Huskies Blank Broncos 4-0 to Claim Title

GLI Champs! Huskies Blank Broncos 4-0 to Claim Title

DETROIT — Michigan Tech claimed its 10th GLI title with a 4-0 victory over No. 7-ranked Western Michigan tonight at Joe Louis Arena. The Huskies' Pheonix Copley, who slammed the door on Michigan in a 4-0 win last night, became just the second goaltender in GLI history to post back-to-back shutouts. He was named the winner of the John MacInnes Trophy as the tournament MVP.

The MacInnes Cup, given to the GLI Champion, is in the possession of the Huskies for the first time since 1980, when head coach Mel Pearson was a Huskies' player.

"I'm enjoying this more as a coach. You realize you're representing not only your team, but your university and community," said Pearson. "I couldn't be more proud of our guys. We went out, played as a team and earned this. It's special."

Similar to last night's 4-0 victory over Michigan, Tech needed to weather an early storm from the opposition. WMU, which entered the GLI with one of the nation's top 10 power play units, did not convert on two chances in the first seven minutes.

Tech appeared to have scored on its first power play at the 11:17 mark when David Johnstone slipped a shot under Frank Slubowski's pad. The goal was reviewed and disallowed because of goaltender interference.

Later in the frame (18:28), Dennis Rix connected on a harmless-looking shot from the left halfwall. The quick wrist shot beat Slubowski over his glove shoulder and popped the water bottle off the net.

Tech maintained a 1-0 advantage through the second period, even though another apparent goal was waved off when the officials said the whistle had blown before the puck crossed the goal line.

Sophomore Blake Hietala left nothing to review 3:23 into the third when he sniped a shot from the hash marks into the upper left corner of the net. Fourth line mates Daniel Holmberg and Aaron Pietila assisted on the goal, which pushed the margin to a more comfortable 2-0.

Copley was tested in the third as Western had three more power plays including 39 seconds of 5-on-3. He withstood a barrage of eight shots during the Huskies' penalty kill but stood tall.

WMU (11-5-2) pulled its goaltender with 2:43 left and skated with the extra attacker for 1:34 before Tanner Kero iced the game with a shot from the neutral zone.

The Broncos were called for checking from behind with 31 seconds left, and Aaron Pietila added a power-play marker for the team's fourth tally of the night.

"It was our time," said Pearson. "I'm so happy for the alumni who have come to this tournament for the last 30 years and supported us.

"This win is going to be a big boost for us going forward."

Copley made 32 saves tonight for a total of 70 on the weekend. His back-to-back shutouts are believed to be the first by a Tech netminder since Bob McManus in the 1950s.

Tech received a combined five points from players who were not in the lineup last night (Hietala 1-1=2, Holmberg 0-2=2 and Mikael Lickteig 0-1=1).

The Broncos went 0-for-7 on the power play (0-for-12 on the weekend). The Huskies were 1-for-6 on the man advantage.

Michigan Tech (6-10-3) will have next weekend off before returning to WCHA play at Minnesota Duluth Jan. 11-12.

Notes: Forwards Alex Petan (two goals Saturday) and Jujhar Khaira (goal and two assists Saturday) and defenseman Steven Seigo joined Copley on the all-tournament team. The other two members of the six-player all-tournament team were forward Mike Leone and defenseman Dan DeKeyser from Western Michigan … Hietala has three goals in nine games this season … Rix's goal was his sixth of the season, tying Petan for second-most on the team … Michigan's Billy Sauer was the first goaltender to win both GLI games by shutout, doing so in 2007 including a 1-0 double overtime win over Tech in the championship game.