Hockey falls 11-3 to Michigan Tech, drops to 0-5 on season


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Forward Dalton Sutherland tries to score on a breakaway on Nov. 6 in the Isabella Community Events Arena.

Central Michigan men's division II hockey lost its fifth game in a row on Sunday as the Chippewas fell, 11-3 to Michigan Tech.

Central Michigan remains winless on the season (0-5).

Michigan Tech started off fast and was passing the puck well in the Chippewas' zone. Within the first three minutes, Stephen Comparcio scored to put the Huskies up first. 

MTU continued to score and put up four goals in the first period. CMU did get one goal from senior Christopher Myers to get on the scoreboard. 

Michigan Tech's Alexander Oliver got his second and third goals within 30 seconds of one another at the 12-minute mark of the second period. The Huskies scored six goals in the second period and capitalized off CMU's penalty minutes. 

Central Michigan junior Kyle Chapman and sophomore Kyle Bolger each scored in the third period.

“We need to work on defensive coverage and work on being stronger with the basics on the ice.“ said sophomore goalie Michael Shwankee. 

The Chippewas host Northwestern on Nov. 3-4 for a weekend series at the Isabella County Ice Arena. Puck drop is at 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday. 

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