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 - OT
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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Hockey announces 2017-18 team awards

Hockey announces 2017-18 team awards

HOUGHTON, Mich. – The Michigan Tech hockey team recently passed out its annual awards at a team dinner. Forward Jake Lucchini received the Merv Youngs Award as the team most valuable player. Seven different Huskies were recognized on the night.

Lucchini, a junior from Trail, British Columbia, also received the Gary Crosby Memorial Award as the teams' leading scorer. He played in all 44 games and led the Huskies in goals (16), assists (23), and total points (39), finishing seventh overall in the WCHA in points. Lucchini was named to the NCAA East Region All-Tournament Team, the WCHA Offensive Player of March, and a WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Feb. 5). The award is named after Crosby who led Tech in scoring his sophomore season and was drafted and signed by the LA Kings after the season. Unfortunately, he was killed in a car accident soon after.

Senior Dylan Steman (Hanover, Minnesota) was presented the John MacInnes Slide Rule Award for Scholastic Achievement for the third season in a row and also the Rick Yeo Unsung Hero Award. Steman served as an alternate captain and played in a career-high 43 games, tallying 19 points on seven goals and 12 assists. He was named to the Ice Vegas Invitational All-Tournament Team that kick-started a five-game point streak where he had a pair of goals and six assists. Steman holds a 3.97 GPA in mechanical engineering and was named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete and to the WCHA All-Academic Team for the third season in a row.

Sophomore Mitch Reinke (Stillwater, Minnesota) received the Gitzen-Loutit Memorial Award as the outstanding defensive player. He was named to the All-WCHA Third Team after playing in 35 games. Reinke was sixth in the WCHA in assists (21) and seventh in points (24) amongst defensemen despite missing nine games. He finished third on the Huskies in assists and fifth in points. Reinke was named an alternate captain in only his second season and was named to the Great Lakes Invitational and Ice Vegas Invitational all-tournament teams, while also being named to the WCHA All-Academic Team. He signed a two-year NHL contract with the St. Louis Blues after the season.

Senior Brent Baltus (Nanaimo, British Columbia) collected the Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award. The team captain had a career-high 23 points with 11 goals and 12 assists. Baltus was named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete and to the WCHA All-Academic Team for the fourth season in a row. He scored game-winning goals versus Northern Michigan (Nov. 10), Lake Superior State (Dec. 15), and Bemidji State (Feb. 10).

Senior Devin Kero (Hancock, Michigan) took home the George McCarthy Performance Award for Scholastic and Athletic Achievement. He appeared in 16 games with 14 starts, leading the team with a .910 save percentage and a 2.50 goals against average. Kero twice stopped 30 shots and was named the Winter Carnival MVP and a WCHA Goaltender of the Week (Feb. 12). He was also named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete for the second time and to the WCHA All-Academic Team for the third season in a row. The award is named after the late George McCarthy, a former hockey player and member of Michigan Tech's Sports Hall of Fame.

Seamus Donohue (North Oak, Minnesota) was presented with the Norbert Matovich Memorial Award as the team's top freshman. He played in 40 games during his rookie campaign, scoring three goals and adding 13 assists. Donohue was named the WCHA Rookie of March after leading all WCHA rookies with a plus-6 rating and 12 blocked shots in the month while finishing second with four points. He scored the game-winning goal in Game 1 at Bemidji State in the WCHA Quarterfinal and had a pair of assists in the NCAA Regional game. Matovich was a freshman athlete from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, who in 1966 was killed in a car accident over Christmas break.

Freshman Cooper Watson (Appleton, Wisconsin) received the Elov Seger Memorial Award as the team's most improved player. After playing in only one of the first 22 games, the defenseman played 21 of the final 22 contests, including all seven playoff games. This award is named after Elov Seger, who passed away in the mid-sixties as a result of a brain tumor. Throughout his career, he battled against great odds and was always successful.