Here is what we learned this past weekend in the WCHA:
1. Non-conference struggles continued for the WCHA. The league went 1-6 in non-conference tilts, with Bemidji State picking up the only win against Princeton last Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
2. Michigan Tech is taking care of it’s own business, but it’s going to need some outside help to climb into the top tier of the WCHA standings. With a sweep this weekend the Huskies are tied for second and one point Minnesota State in the conference standings, but they’ve also played four more games than both Bowling Green and Minnesota State.
3. Mitch Maloney had a big weekend for Ferris State. The senior led the NCAA with four goals and five points last weekend in a road split in Alabama.