Beydoun Makes 26 Stops as Michigan Tech Shuts Out Bowling Green, 4-0
Freshman netminder Robbie Beydoun makes 26 saves for Huskies

Freshman netminder Robbie Beydoun made 26 saves for the Huskies
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 12:49  MTU1-0 EV GW Gavin Gould (10)Jake Lucchini/13, Joel L'Esperance/5
2nd 9:06  MTU2-0 EV Jake Lucchini (9)Gavin Gould/11, Tyler Rockwell/1
2nd 14:35  MTU3-0 PP Mark Auk (5)Mitch Meek/4, Jake Lucchini/14
3rd 14:30  MTU4-0 EV Jake Lucchini (10)Joel L'Esperance/6
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Michigan Tech  1214
Bowling Green  0000
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Michigan Tech  713727
Bowling Green  1031326
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Michigan Tech (14-12-5)  1/6 9/29 0
Bowling Green (17-9-6)  0/8 6/23 0
Michigan Tech Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Robbie Beydoun (W, 4-2-1)60:000 1031326
Bowling Green Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Ryan Bednard (L, 10-5-4)60:004 611623

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - The Huskies of Michigan Tech (14-12-5, 10-9-5 WCHA) came out with a vengeance, proving to be too much for Bowling Green (17-9-6, 14-5-5 WCHA) as they concluded the 2017-18 regular season at home. Despite a narrow shots on goal margin in which Michigan Tech led 27-26, the Falcons faced their first shutout of the season, dropping the game with a final score of 4-0 on Senior Night.

Statistical Standouts

- Ryan Bednard finished the night with 23 saves, giving him a save percentage of .909 on the season.

- On the weekend, Bowling Green killed 15 of 16 penalties, allowing just one goal on a 5-minute major in Saturday night's game.

- The Falcons blocked a total of 10 shots, including a team best two from Stephen Baylis.

- Senior Mitch McLain led the team in shots on goal for the second night in a row, posting three solid chances but was unable to net one home in the 4-0 loss.

- The first period saw many Huskies in the box as three players spent a couple minutes a piece. The Falcons were not able to capitalize with the man-advantage during this time but they did pepper Michigan Tech's net with shots. They outshot the Huskies 10-7 in the during the first 20 minutes of action.

Up Next

- The Falcons will see a week of rest before making the long trek to Anchorage, Alaska for a Thursday-Friday series against the Seawolves. The last time the two teams met came in mid-January where the Falcons swept at home, outscoring the opponent 9-4.

- The Bowling Green hockey program clinched home ice in Friday's win over Michigan Tech, and will serve as a host for the First Round of the WCHA playoffs. The best-of-three series is slated to be played March 2-4 at the Slater Family Ice Arena against a to be determined opponent.