Michigan Tech Sweeps Weekend With 10-0 Win At Alaska Anchorage
Senior forward Tanner Kero has two goals and assists for Huskies

Senior forward Tanner Kero had two goals and an assist for the Huskies
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 1:42  MTU1-0 EV GW Tanner Kero (16)Brent Baltus/7, Alex Petan/23
1st 3:47  MTU2-0 EV Malcolm Gould (13)Walker Hyland/4, Mark Auk/6
1st 9:37  MTU3-0 EV Malcolm Gould (14)Joel L'Esperance/7, Blake Pietila/15
1st 9:51  MTU4-0 EV Brent Baltus (6) -
1st 18:01  MTU5-0 EV Mark Auk (2)David Johnstone/14, Dylan Steman/9
3rd 5:55  MTU6-0 EV Tanner Kero (17)Alex Petan/24, Shane Hanna/11
3rd 9:29  MTU7-0 EV Dylan Steman (8)Joel L'Esperance/8, Reid Sturos/8
3rd 11:59  MTU8-0 EV Alex Petan (14)Tanner Kero/23, Mark Auk/7
3rd 14:04  MTU9-0 EV Chris Leibinger (2)Brent Baltus/8
3rd 15:42  MTU10-0 PP Patrick Anderson (1)Joel L'Esperance/9, Chris Leibinger/4
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Michigan Tech  50510
Alaska Anchorage  0000
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Michigan Tech  1742041
Alaska Anchorage  1214935
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Michigan Tech (24-7-1)  1/5 12/27 0
Alaska Anchorage (7-17-4)  0/4 11/25 0
Michigan Tech Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Jamie Phillips (W, 23-6-1)60:000 1214935
Alaska Anchorage Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Olivier Mantha (L, 6-13-3)9:514 6006
Michael Matyas50:096 641525

ANCHORAGE - A two-goal game by Tanner Kero and Malcolm Gould led the No. 5-ranked Michigan Tech Huskies to a 10-0 shutout of the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves Saturday in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association game at the Sullivan Arena.

Combined with a 5-1 win Friday, the Huskies collected the league sweep with five goals in tonight's opening period and five in the third. The Seawolves fall to 7-17-4 overall and 4-16-2 in league play. UAA trails ninth-place Lake Superior State in the league standings by three points, while having two games in-hand on the Lakers.

The Huskies' five even-strength tallies in the first were netted by Tanner Kero (1:42), Gould (3:47, 9:37), Brent Baltus (9:51) and Mark Auk (18:01). Following the fourth MTU strike, the Seawolves replaced freshman netminder Olivier Mantha for sophomore Michael Matyas.

Kero picked up his second of the night at 5:55 of the third on a delayed penalty, before Dylan Steman (9:29), Alex Petan (11:59), and Chris Leibinger (14:04) contributed with their own even-strength tallies, and Patrick Anderson (15:42) got the lone power-play tally.

The Seawolves conclude the regular season road slate, Feb. 20-21 at Bemidji State. UAA will then return home for back-to-back series against Bowling Green (Feb. 27-28) and Alaska Fairbanks (March 6-7).