Alex Petan, courtesy of Coquitlam Express

Happy Thanksgiving. Before Michigan Tech takes on St. Lawrence this weekend, here are some articles you might enjoy.


Michigan Tech made it official for five future Huskies. Jujhar Khaira, Walker Hyland, Alex Petan, C.J. Eick and Pheonix Copley will join the Huskies for the 2012–13 season after signing National Letters of Intent earlier this month.

Alex Petan helped the Coquitlam Express (BCHL) run through the Nanaimo Clippers in a big 5–3 win. Petan was the first star, leading the team with 1 goal and 1 assist.

Pheonix Copley has some new competitionbetween the pipes in Tri-City (USHL) after the Storm traded for Adam Wilcox.


John Scott (Chicago – NHL) was given a D+ for the season thus far by Rant Sports, which still ties him for sixth among Blackhawks defensemen. He’s been getting more opportunities now that Brian Seabrook is injured.

Riley Nelson is trying to help the Colorado Eagles (ECHL) through a rough patch. It looks like the power play is helping with that, behind Captain Nelson.

Malcolm Gwilliam helped the Evansville IceMen(CHL) get on the board, which led to a big win and propelled the IceMen into first place of the Turner Conference.

Other Items

Here is a direct link to the November 21 edition of the Mel Pearson Show on Mix 93 (broadcast live weekly at 8:45 AM on 93.5 WKMJ).

Stephen Anderson, Michigan Tech hockey beat writer for The Daily Mining Gazette, posted a series preview for MTU’s trip to St. Lawrence.

Polls and Rankings*

Polls: Poll (↓ 18) , USA Today Poll (↓ NR)

Computers: KRACH Rankings (↔ 19), Pairwise Rankings (↑ 17),

NCAA Power Rankings: Inside College Hockey (↓ 17), College Hockey Weekly (↔ NR), Bleacher Report (TBD)†

WCHA/Michigan Power Rankings: Hockey State of Mind (↔ 9), Goon’s World (↔ 7), Pride On Ice (↑ 7), College Hockey News (↑ 9), Michigan College Hockey (↑ 5)

*Michigan Tech’s ranking and their change in ranking from the previous week is in parentheses

†Not updated yet; we’ll update the links when it becomes available

Tim is a 2004 graduate of Michigan Tech. He is a co-founder of both Mitch’s Misfits and Tech Hockey Guide. With recent additions to the staff, Tim is again able to focus on his passion, recruiting. He currently works as an environmental engineer and resides in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Area.