Linkorama is back for the season. Hopefully there will be weekly updates by the THG staff keeping you informed of the long list of recruits playing throughout North America. Michigan Tech currently has eight committed recruits playing in the USHL, seven future Huskies in the BCHL, one in the OJHL (Ontario) and three players in High School or Midget Major hockey. Some of them are off to spectacular starts and since th
Two future Huskies were selected in yesterday’s NHL Draft. Dane Birks, a 6′ 1″ defenseman, was selected in the 6th round by the Pittsburgh Penguins with the 164th pick. He scored 5 goals and 20 points as a 17-year-old with the Merritt Centennials (BCHL) and is expected to spend another year or two in Junior A hockey before heading to Houghton. Birks attended a handful of pre-draft camps, including t
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.
This week includes updates on featured alum Alex MacLeod, seven Husky recruits with big weeks, four alumni, audio of the Mel Pearson Show and more. Recruits Teammates Tyler Heinonen and Chris Leibinger were part of a multi-team trade that saw them leave Muskegon (USHL) for new teams last week. Heinonen was sent to Chicago along with affiliate player Chase Phelps in exchange for Christian Heil and Jeff Kubiak. Heinone
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
Back in October, Michigan Tech had a flurry of verbal commitments and near the end, the Huskies signed Travis Brown. Brown is a defenseman from Rogers, Minnesota, who plays for the fledgling Rogers Royals hockey program. The Royals have only been around for nine seasons and they’re already producing Division I talent. Brown would be the third Rogers Royals player to play college hockey at its highest level, joi
As the weeks in the hockey season progress, the Huskies are piling on new recruits and alumni keep raising their game in the professional ranks. While the Huskies take a week off, we here at THG continue on. Recruits Canada East captain Michael Neville (Woodbridge, Ont./St. Michael’s – OJHL) gave his team some breathing room with a shorthanded goal with less than six minutes to go, sealing the victory, 4-2. Ty