This week features a wrap-up of the high school hockey season, a recap of Reid Sturos’ stellar weekend, a big week by four former Huskies playing overseas, a shutout by Josh Robinson, the Mel Pearson show, and much more! Recruits Joel L’Esperance had a big start to the month. L’Esperance scored the game-winning goal and added two assists in Tri-City’s (USHL) 6–4 win over Indiana Friday night.
What happened last weekend? Freshman winger Alex Petan’s two power play goals Friday night were not enough to overcome an amped up No. 9 Minnesota State Mavericks squad, who regained a one-goal lead just three minutes after Petan tied the game with his second of the night. Freshman goaltender Pheonix Copley made 32 saves in the 4-2 loss. Saturday’s score looks worse on paper, with the Mavericks winning 6-1, but the s
This week includes updates on featured alum Josh Robinson, a recruit who’s a Minnesota Mr. Hockey finalist, plus updates on six other recruits, three alumni, audio of the Mel Pearson Show and more. Recruits Alex Gillies’ performance was the highlight of the weekend as the Salmon Arm SilverBacks (BCHL) lost their two weekend games, Friday night 5–2 against West Kelowna, and Saturday night 6–3 against the V
We pick up where we left off in Linkorama. The AHL, ECHL and others have started their regular seasons and this week Linkorama includes updates on eight recruits and four alumni plus news on the current Huskies and more. Recruits Chris Leibinger had an assist and a +3 rating in two wins since last week for Muskegon (USHL). Joel L’Esperance returned to action in two games over the weekend after a leave of absenc
Linkorama is back for the 2012–13 season. This week includes updates on 13 recruits and 12 alumni plus much more. Recruits Tyler Heinonen is off to a good start with the Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL), scoring 3 goals and an assist in his first three games and is tied for 5th in the USHL in goals scored. Heinonen also helped with a Rally for Reading by signing autographs and meeting many of the young Lumberjacks fans. C
Michigan Tech stayed in Colorado Springs after getting swept at Colorado College the last weekend of the regular season. The extra time in the altitude and an olympic sheet to practice on helped the Huskies prepare for best-of-three rematch against the Tigers. It paid off with a solid start Friday night and continued into Saturday, and the Huskies trailed only once the entire weekend. Michigan Tech booked their ticke
Michigan Tech headed into the weekend, 3 points out of home ice in the WCHA playoff chase and came away with 2 much needed points against St. Cloud State, losing Friday night, 2-5 and winning Saturday, 3-2. With Colorado College and Omaha-Nebraska getting swept, the Huskies now are back within 1 point of 5th place and will be travelling to one of the teams 1 point ahead of them this weekend, Colorado College. Friday
This week we’re introducing a new format for our series coverage on Tech Hockey Guide. Michigan Tech came into its weekend series with Minnesota State 12–12–2 overall and 9–7–2 in the WCHA, good for 7th place. The Huskies split earlier in the season at home with the Mavericks. The result was the same in Mankato as Michigan Tech fell 5–3 on Friday and responded with a 7–3 victory on Saturday. Friday Michigan Tec