ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Coming off a 33-day break between games, the UAA hockey team lost its opening game of the second half of the season, a 6-2 decision to Michigan Tech on Friday. The Seawolves actually struck first, on Derek Docken's first collegiate goal at 2:24 of the opening period. The Huskies went on to lead, 2-1 by intermission and then buried the Seawolves with two goals in the opening 1:38 of the second period to build a 4-1 lead.
The loss drops UAA to 3-11-1 in the WCHA, while Michigan Tech improves to 7-7-1 in conference play. Tyler Currier scored UAA's other goal while Dusan Sidor came on in relief of Chris Kamal after the fourth goal and made 13 saves.