Michigan Tech improved their overall record to 5-1-0 and opened their WCHA season with two wins at home against Alaska-Anchorage.
Friday night, Peter Rouleau notched a hat trick and Michael-Lee Teslak recorded his first career shutout making 22 saves. Alex Gagne added two goals and Phil Axtell, Derek Kitti, Jimmy Kerr and Ryan Angelow also tallied in the 9-0 shellacking of the Seawolves. Captain Lars Helminen chipped in with two assists and Tyler Shelast contributed three helpers.
"The guys did a really good job," said Huskies head coach Jamie Russell on USCHO.com. "Our power play is coming along, and I was really happy for Teslak between the pipes."
Shelast scored twice and added an assist in Saturday's 5-3 win. Rob Nolan made 23 saves for the win and Jordan Foote, Jake Wilkens and Kerr were the other goal scorers.
"We didn't have the jump tonight," said Russell on USCHO.com. "We were in the hockey game in the third period and found a way to win."
The last time MTU swept a home series was January 24-25, 2003, ironically enough against Alaska-Anchorage.
Michigan Tech is at Colorado College this weekend for a pair of games continuing WCHA play.