Michigan Technological University
Michigan Technological University, a state tech. inst.; establ. in 1885 as Michigan Mining School; name changed to Michigan College of Mines 1897, to Michigan College of Mining and Technology 1927, to present name 1964.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey player Vic Venasky (14) checks an opposing player onto the ice near the opposing goal as players from both teams including DU teammate Tom Peluso (10) skate towards the puck during a game against the Michigan Tech Huskies. Reproduced in the 1972 Kynewisbok, page 116.
Dates: between 1971-1972
Abstract University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey goalie Lucien Carignan (30) watches the action on the ice as a teammate is checked into the boards behind him by an opposing Michigan Tech player during a game.
Dates: 1989 February 11
Abstract University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey player stands in front of the Huskies goal box during a game against Michigan Tech.
Dates: between 1985-1992
Abstract University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey goalie attempts to defend the goal as an opposing Michigan Tech player attempts a shot on goal during a game. Reproduced in the 1973 Kynewisbok (no page numbers).
University of Denver vs. Michigan Technological University Men's Ice Hockey NCAA National Championship Game, 1960 March 19
Abstract Film of the 1960 NCAA championship game in Boston, Massachusetts at the Matthews Arena, also known as Boston Arena, from March 19, 1960. Championship game featured University of Denver (DU) Pioneers and Michigan Technological University Huskies. Final Score: University of Denver 5 to Michigan Tech 3. This game resulted in DU winning the 1960 NCAA championship.
Dates: 1960 March 19