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April 11, 2024

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Huskies escape Beavers, earn 2023-24 Mason Cup

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The season is over, and the new CCHA tournament champion has been crowned. The Michigan Tech Huskies stormed into Bemidji and left with a 2-1 win over the Bemidji State Beavers. 

It was a clean championship game for both teams. There was a blend of offensive chances and defensive stands that was nearly perfect, a tight game in which both teams competed fully. Only one penalty occurred in the game and no powerplay goals, proving that the intensity for both teams was high. 

Like many games this season, the Huskies were led by two main players. Ryland Mosley and Blake Pietila. 

Mosley was the star of the game, scoring his only goal in the second period, inevitably winning the Mason Cup for the Huskies. The senior has contributed a point in the last five games for Michigan Tech, four goals and three assists in the four playoff games to end the season. 

Pietila was a more unsung hero for MTU. The senior netminder saved 34 shots, allowing only one goal in the first period and being a fortress for the Huskies in the crease. In his four playoff wins, Pietila allowed nine goals (2.25 goals per game) and saved 94 shots (23.5 saves per game), outstanding performances from a veteran goaltender. 

Bemidji State had the numerical advantage as the CCHA regular season champ, the one seed, and the home team for the championship game. However, goaltender Mattias Sholl’s two-goal 25-save outing was not enough to cap off a stellar season. 

While Bemidji State may have left the ice for the last time this season, Michigan Tech earned their way into an automatic bid for the NCAA hockey tournament and Frozen Four in St. Paul, Minn. Opponent, date and time are still to be determined. 

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