No Event
No Event
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 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Oct 21
Final
4 Alabama Huntsville
2 vs. 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 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Nov 04
Final - OT
2 Bowling Green
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Fri Nov 10
Final
1 Northern Michigan
4 vs. 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 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Dec 09
Final
1 Ferris State
5 vs. Michigan Tech
Teddy Bear Toss
Fri Dec 15
Final
0 Lake Superior State
3 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Dec 16
Final - OT
3 Lake Superior State
3 vs. 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 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Jan 20
Final
3 Alaska
4 vs. 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 vs. Michigan Tech
Winter Carnival
Sat Feb 10
Final
1 Bemidji State
5 vs. Michigan Tech
Winter Carnival
Fri Feb 16
Final - OT
2 Arizona State
1 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Feb 17
Final
3 Arizona State
5 vs. 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 vs. 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
Fri Oct 12
Final
2 Minnesota Duluth
1 vs. Michigan Tech
Hall of Fame Weekend
Sat Oct 13
Final
5 Minnesota Duluth
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Hall of Fame Weekend
Fri Oct 26
Final
6 Michigan Tech
2 at Wisconsin
Sat Oct 27
Final
2 Michigan Tech
6 at Wisconsin
Fri Nov 02
Final
2 Michigan Tech
1 at Alabama Huntsville
Sat Nov 03
Final
4 Michigan Tech
1 at Alabama Huntsville
Fri Nov 09
Final
5 Michigan Tech
4 at Ferris State
Sat Nov 10
Final
4 Michigan Tech
3 at Ferris State
Fri Nov 16
Final
1 Michigan Tech
3 at Clarkson
Sat Nov 17
Final
1 Michigan Tech
3 at Clarkson
Fri Nov 23
Final
1 Alaska
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Nov 24
Final
2 Alaska
7 vs. Michigan Tech
Fri Nov 30
Final - OT
3 Bemidji State
3 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Dec 01
Final
2 Bemidji State
7 vs. Michigan Tech
Fri Dec 07
Final
3 Michigan Tech
5 at Northern Michigan
Sat Dec 08
Final
1 Northern Michigan
3 vs. Michigan Tech
Fri Dec 14
Final
1 Alabama Huntsville
0 vs. Michigan Tech
Vollwerth's Family Night
Sat Dec 15
Final - OT
1 Alabama Huntsville
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Sun Dec 30
Final Shootout - Home
2 Michigan
2 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Detroit Michigan Great Lakes Invitational
Mon Dec 31
Final
6 Lake Superior State
3 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Detroit Michigan Great Lakes Invitational
Fri Jan 04
Final
1 Michigan Tech
4 at Minnesota State
Sat Jan 05
Final
2 Michigan Tech
4 at Minnesota State
Fri Jan 11
Final
0 Bowling Green
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Jan 12
Final
3 Bowling Green
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Econo Foods Kids Day
Fri Jan 18
Final - OT
3 Michigan Tech
4 vs. Bemidji State
@ Bemidji, Minn.
Sat Jan 19
Final
0 Michigan Tech
3 at Bemidji State
Fri Jan 25
Final
3 Michigan Tech
0 at Alaska Anchorage
Sat Jan 26
Final - OT
0 Michigan Tech
0 at Alaska Anchorage
Fri Feb 08
Final - OT
1 Minnesota State
1 vs. Michigan Tech
Winter Carnival
Sat Feb 09
Final - OT
3 Minnesota State
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Winter Carnival
Fri Feb 15
Final
1 Michigan Tech
3 at Lake Superior State
Sat Feb 16
Final
1 Michigan Tech
3 at Lake Superior State
Check.Slash.Survive
Fri Feb 22
Final
2 Alaska Anchorage
3 vs. Michigan Tech
Sat Feb 23
Final
1 Alaska Anchorage
3 vs. Michigan Tech
Skate with the Huskies
Fri Mar 01
Final
4 Northern Michigan
2 vs. Michigan Tech
Senior Night
Sat Mar 02
Final
0 Michigan Tech
3 at Northern Michigan
Fri Mar 08
Final
2 Michigan Tech
3 at Bowling Green
WCHA First Round Playoffs
Sat Mar 09
Final
2 Michigan Tech
6 at Bowling Green
WCHA First Round Playoffs
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Five former Huskies on ECHL Kelly Cup rosters

Five former Huskies on ECHL Kelly Cup rosters

HOUGHTON, Mich. – Five former Michigan Tech hockey players are on three ECHL rosters for the 2019 Kelly Cup Playoffs. CJ Eick, Riley Sweeney and Cliff Watson of the Kansas City Mavericks, Eric Kattelus of the Kalamazoo Wings, and Michael Neville from the Florida Everblades begin their playoff runs this week.

Playoff rosters consist of a maximum of 23 Players – a 20-man active roster and a three-man reserve list. Sixteen teams qualify for the Kelly Cup. The first two rounds will be played entirely within the division, with the division winner playing the fourth-place finisher and the second-place team meeting the third-place team in the Division Semifinals. The winners of each series will meet in the Division Finals, leading to the Conference Finals, and Kelly Cup Finals.

The Mavericks are the fourth seed in the Mountain Division and will play the top-seeded Tulsa, beginning on Thursday in Oklahoma.

CJ Eick (Appleton, Wisconsin) is in his third full season in the ECHL. He had career highs in games played (70), goals (12), and assists (15) in 2018-19. Eick has appeared in 199 games in his pro career with 58 points on 24 goals and 34 assists.

Eick was a three-time WCHA Scholar-Athlete who played 108 career games for the Huskies from 2012-16. He had 11 goals and 22 assists for Tech.

Riley Sweeney (Vancouver, British Columbia) also appeared in 70 games this season for the Mavericks. He had three goals and was second on his team amongst defensemen with 22 assists in his second season of pro hockey. Sweeney played 157 games in a Tech uniform from 2011-15, tallying 38 career points (4 goals, 34 assists).

Cliff Watson (Appleton, Wisconsin) played 25 games for the Mavericks in his second pro season, tallying 14 points on seven goals and seven assists. He also played in the AHL for the Ontario Reign, Utica Comets, Hershey Bears, and Stockton Heat over the course of the season. Watson is currently listed on the Playoff Eligible List for the Mavericks after recently being released from the Ontario Reign.

Watson played 162 career games over his four years in a Tech uniform, missing only one game from 2013-17. He was the captain over his final two seasons, an alternate captain as a sophomore, and tallied 42 career points on eight goals and 34 assists. He was named an ACHA All-American Scholar and WCHA Scholar-Athlete as a senior and appeared on the WCHA All-Academic Team three times.

Eric Kattelus (Traverse City, Michigan) and the Kalamazoo Wings play Cincinnati in the Central Division Semifinals, starting Friday. Kattelus has 28 points on 10 goals and 18 assists in his eighth full season of pro hockey. He appeared in 87 career games at Tech from 2007-11 and had 32 points (6 goals, 26 assists).

Michael Neville (Woodbridge, Ontario) and the Florida Everblades are the top seed in the South Division and host the Jacksonville Icemen. Neville tallied 35 points on 11 goals and 24 assists in 53 games in his first full season of pro hockey.

Neville played 155 career games at Tech, tallying 60 points on 15 goals and 45 assists. He was a two-time alternate captain and had a career senior season with 23 points on seven goals and 16 assists. He also had a WCHA-best plus-22 rating as a senior, finishing his career plus-52 and was a three-time recipient of the team's Rick Yeo Unsung Hero Award.

Former Tech goaltender Josh Robinson (Frankenmuth, Michigan) is the Video and Goaltending Coach of the Everblades. He played five seasons of pro hockey after appearing in 90 career games in a Michigan Tech uniform from 2008-12.

Other former Huskies in the ECHL not in the playoffs

• Angus Redmond (Langley, British Columbia) played 24 ECHL games in 2018-19 for the Reading Royals, South Carolina Stingrays, and Jacksonville IceMen. He also played a pair of games for the San Diego Gulls in the AHL and was the backup in the NHL for the Anaheim Ducks for a game. Redmond set a Tech record for wins by a freshman after going 22-10-5 in 2016-17 with a 1.85 goals-against average that ranked third in the country. He was named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team.

• Malcolm Gould (North Vancouver, British Columba) played 13 games for the Worcester Railers, Newfoundland Growlers, and Allen Americans in his first season in the ECHL and third pro season. He had a goal and a pair of assists in an injury-shortened season. Gould was a two-time All-WCHA selection after tallying 75 points (32 goals, 43 assists) in 123 career games for the Huskies from 2012-16. He played his first two pro seasons in Europe.

• Dane Birks (Merritt, British Columbia) played 65 games for the Wheeling Nailers in his first pro season scoring a goal and adding 13 assists. He was recently promoted to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in the AHL, joining Jake Lucchini for the end of their season. Birks played 117 games for the Huskies from 2014-18. He had 30 points for the Huskies on seven goals and 23 assists and signed an NHL contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins in March 2018.

• Chris Leibinger (Saginaw, Michigan) appeared in 60 games for the Rapid City Rush in his second pro season, scoring seven goals and adding 20 assists. Leibinger played four seasons (2013-17) for the Huskies, appearing in 158 games before signing with the Quad City Mallards after his senior season. He had 35 career points on 13 goals and 22 assists and was a three-time WCHA All-Academic Team selection.

• Jamie Phillips (Caledonia, Ontario) appeared in 42 games in his third season of pro hockey. He played 30 games for the Florida Everblades before a move to the Reading Royals in March. In 12 games for the Royals, he went 8-2-1 with a .920 save percentage and 2.31 goals against average. Phillips played four seasons (2012-16) for the Huskies posting a 2.00 goals-against average and .922 save percentage in his career. He had a .678 (57-25-8) winning percentage and is Tech's all-time shutout leader with 10. Phillips was a two-time All-WCHA selection and named the WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete as a senior.