Michigan Tech travelled to the Mile High City and came home with a point as they tied Denver Saturday night, 3-3. Friday, the defense stood strong again, giving up only one goal, but it was not enough as the Huskies were unable to score.
MTU was unable to get one past DU netminder Glenn Fisher on Friday, but they did not have a lack of trying. Michigan Tech outshot (31-20) the Pioneers, but Fisher stood tall. MTU's Micheal-Lee Teslak ended the night with 19 saves and was named the player of the game.
Saturday started not so good for MTU as they outshot DU in the first, but found themselves down 2-0. In the second, it was Jordan Foote and Jimmy Kerr each tallying a goal for the Huskies to tie the game. It stayed tied going into the third where Denver again took the lead. It took MTU just over a minute to tie it back up as Ryan Angelow scored and knotted the game for good. MTU continued to carry the play, but it was not enough to get the win.
The Huskies outshot the Pioneers again on Saturday, 33-21. Rob Nolan started the game in net and made 18 saves on the night.
MTU (6-4-2, 3-3-2 WCHA) has this weekend off, but will continue WCHA play Dec. 1-2 when they host their fellow Huskies from St. Cloud State.