Michigan Tech traveled to St. Cloud, Minn., looking to stop a 10-game losing streak, but they were unsuccessful, dropping both games by counts of 4-2 and 5-1.
On Friday, MTU gave up three power-play goals (the fourth was seconds after a penalty expired) and were unable to keep it close. Malcolm Gwilliam and Jordan Baker scored for the Huskies, Josh Robinson started in net, and Kevin Genoe closed out the game.
Saturday, the Huskies played very well in the first, ending the period 1-1 on a goal from Bennett Royer, but that was all they could muster.
The goaltenders made 31 saves together on Friday and Genoe made 19 on Saturday.
Head coach Jamie Russell is ready for the next seven home games, saying, "We will be happy to come home. It's going to be nice to play the next month in our own barn."
MTU (3-18-0, 2-14-0 WCHA) will play its third game in five nights Tuesday against Northern Michigan.
Andy will be providing live updates on Twitter for the NMU game.