Brandon Maurisak – Co-Founder/Publisher
Brandon is a 2010 graduate of Michigan Tech. He co-founded Tech Hockey Guide with Tim Braun as a outlet to expand the coverage of Michigan Tech Hockey.
Tim Braun – Co-Founder/Writer
Tim is a 2004 graduate of Michigan Tech. He is a co-founder of both Mitch’s Misfits and Tech Hockey Guide. With recent additions to the staff, Tim is again able to focus on his passion, recruiting. He currently works as an environmental engineer and resides in the Shoreview, MN.
Alex Slepak – Editor-In-Chief
Alex graduated from Michigan Tech in Spring 2014 with a degree in STC and minors in Music and Journalism. He spent three years as a conductor of the Huskies Pep Band, during which he learned how to watch hockey and fell in love with the sport. After graduating, he moved to the Twin Cities where he now writes software manuals for a living.
Ryan Johnson – Photographer
Ryan graduated from Michigan Tech just before the turn of the century (BSME 1998). After many years in the Huskies Pep Band drumline, Ryan eventually found his way to Denver, CO where he is currently a sales engineer in the construction industry. When not busy adding to his collection of 700+ collegiate and professional game-worn hockey jerseys, he serves as a road game photographer for Tech Hockey Guide, as well as contributing the occasional off-beat editorial piece.
Bob Gilreath – Photographer
Bob came to Michigan Tech in 1977, and met his wife Liz in 1978. Their first date was a hockey game in the John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena, and they have had season tickets for 36 years. Bob retired from telecom at MTU in January after 31 years. Bob enjoys shooting pictures at all Huskies sporting events and is the home game photographer for Tech Hockey Guide.[/lgc_column]
Mike Anleitner – Columnist
Mike Anleitner is a 1972 Michigan Tech grad, and he was in the first class of what has become the Scientific & Technical Communications program. He also has an engineering degree from Wayne State and an MBA from Michigan-Ross. He’s worked for forty years in various manufacturing and engineering positions, and is spending the last decade of his working life at Lennox Industries, watching after the quality of Lennox heating, cooling, and air quality products. He lives with his wife of 44 years Carol–also a ’72 Tech grad–in Addison, TX, a Dallas suburb with more restaurants per capita than any other municipality in the US.
Jonathan Zamaites – Writer
Jonathan graduated from Michigan Tech in the spring of 2018 with a degree in Physics and Social Science and a minor in Social and Behavioral studies. He spent his college career watching hockey with the Misfits where he became the treasurer in his last year. When not traveling to away games resides in Hancock working for a local engineering company and keeping up with all things Tech Hockey.
Tyler Schwartz – Application Developer
Tyler is a Computer Science graduate of Michigan Tech (’10). Though his passion for data and web development dates back to the early 2000’s (most notably, in 2006 he created the database that drives Michigan Tech Broomball), his passion for Michigan Tech hockey developed after graduation – listening to Dirk on the pasty.net audio stream from his lonely Wisconsin apartment. He later relocated back to the lovely Keweenaw for a number of years (just in time to witness the 10-0 start of 2014!) – but currently resides in St. Louis, Mo.
David Heiden – Writer (on Hiatus)
David graduated from Michigan Tech in 2010 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. His love of hockey started at MTU with seats on the glass next to Misfits, and quickly turned into an addiction. He has often been known to plan travel around the Tech hockey schedule, but now prefers slightly higher seats to see scoring chances develop. David joined THG in 2015 and writes the Weekend Wrap Ups and Road Trip articles. He lives in White Bear Lake, MN.
Nathaniel Brose – Writer (on Hiatus)
Nathaniel is a marketing student at Villanova where he is a goaltender for their club team. He grew up playing and watching hockey in Minnesota and Alaska, and now follows the Huskies because of a family tie. He has had a passion for college hockey since he saw the 2002 National Championship game in St. Paul, and makes it a point to attend the Frozen Four nearly every year. He joined THG in 2016 and writes the series previews.