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Head Coach: Joe Shawhan
Home Ice: MacInnes Student Ice Arena
Michigan Tech Huskies Hockey TicketsThe Michigan Tech Huskies are one of the older teams in NCAA hockey. The team got its start during the 1919-20 season. At the time, the school the Huskies represent was known as the Michigan College of Mines. Since then, a lot of things have changed. However, the Huskies have always had a strong squad. They've made it to the NCAA tournament 13 times. The team's golden era came in the 1960s and 1970s, when they were coached by college hockey legend John J. MacInnes. In recent years, the Huskies have once again been building a nationally recognized program. Since the 2014-15 season, Michigan Tech has won the WCHA conference title twice and made it to the NCAA tournament three times. During the 2019-20 season, for example, the Huskies swept Ferris State's Bulldogs in their season series. In recent seasons, notable Huskies players have included Mitch Reinke, Brian Halonen and goaltender Matt Jurusik. Get your Michigan Tech Huskies Hockey tickets at StubHub.
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Where do the Michigan Tech Huskies play their home games?The Huskies play their home games at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. This facility is named after John J. MacInnes, who was a coach of the Huskies during three championship seasons. The facility seats 4,466 people when it's configured for hockey. The MacInnes Student Ice Arena has been in use since the 1971-72 season. Since then, it's been updated several times. Since 2000, luxury suites, a new scoreboard and a new ice-making system have been installed in the arena. This arena is also used for events like commencement ceremonies.
Who is the head coach of the Michigan Tech Huskies?Joe Shawhan has been the head coach of the Michigan Tech Huskies hockey team since 2017. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach with the program, starting in 2014. In his first season as head coach, Shawhan guided the Huskies to a 22-win season. That season, the Huskies also won the conference tournament for the second straight year. Joe Shawhan played as a goaltender in his younger years. His coaching staff includes assistants Chris Brooks and Dallas Steward.
In which conferences do the Michigan Tech Huskies compete?The Michigan Tech Huskies are a part of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. This conference was founded in 1951, making it one of the oldest conferences in intercollegiate sports.Historically, the WCHA has also been a very successful conference. Since its founding, 37 WCHA teams have won the NCAA men's hockey championship.
Has Michigan Tech ever won an NCAA championship?Yes. In fact, Michigan Tech has won three championships over the years, in 1962, 1965 and 1975. The Huskies have made it to seven championship games total, placing second four times.
Do the Michigan Tech Huskies have any notable rivals?The Huskies' most notable rivalry is with the Northern Michigan University Wildcats. These teams have played over 150 times since the 1970s. For many years, they played in different conferences and only met for events like the Great Lakes Invitational. However, they've also met up in the Frozen Four. These teams are generally evenly matched when they meet up. Northern Michigan currently leads the series but not by much.
Who are some notable Michigan Tech Huskies?Over the years, several Michigan Tech Huskies have made a big impact in the sport of hockey. Former Huskies coach John J. MacInnes has been inducted into the US Hockey Hall of Fame. He led the Huskies to three NCAA championship seasons and coached over 20 All-Americans. Many Huskies players have also made big contributions in professional leagues. Players like Tony Esposito, Randy MacKay, John Scott and Jarkko Ruutu all played their college hockey at Michigan Tech. The current Huskies squad is led by high-scoring players like forwards Alec Broetzman and Brian Halonen. Get the Michigan Tech Huskies Hockey schedule at StubHub!
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