TELEVISED! WFQX/Local 32 To Pick Up Re-Airing of 2014 Dramatic WCHA Semifinal Victory

TELEVISED! WFQX/Local 32 To Pick Up Re-Airing of 2014 Dramatic WCHA Semifinal Victory
Big Rapids, Mich. - Fox 32, also known as WFQX/Local 32, has picked up the re-airing of the 2014 Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Semifinal against the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves, which will be televised at 3:30 PM (ET) on Sunday, May 24.
Originally, the game was set to re-air online via youtube only, but will now air as well on WFQX/Local 32 on Sunday. A youtube link for the full broadcast, originally produced by Fox Sports North, will be posted to social media on Thursday night as originally scheduled. The contest will also be "live" tweeted from @FerrisHockey.

Fox 32 can be found across most of the lower half of Northern Michigan and is located in Cadillac.
The Bulldogs, then a 27-win team, won in a dramatic comeback that required overtime on the night that spawned the hashtag #Gerrytime. The hashtag was in honor of Gerald Mayhew, who scored his second goal of the game in overtime to send the Bulldogs to the WCHA Championship game inside Van Andel Arena, the home of the American Hockey League's (AHL) Grand Rapids Griffins.
Prior to the re-air, Ferris State Hockey radio play-by-play broadcaster Harrison Watt will be joined by men's ice hockey head Coach Bob Daniels as well as Bulldog Hockey alums Andy Huff, Gerald Mayhew, Cory Kane and Justin DeMartino for a Zoom Interview that will be aired on Wednesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. (ET) on social media to remember the historic 2013-14 season and preview the re-aired game.
This past week, Mayhew was named the Willie Marshall Award winner for leading the American Hockey League (AHL) in goal-scoring with 39 in just 49 AHL games for the Iowa Wild. Mayhew also spent time in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the Minnesota Wild this season, scoring twice. 
The prodigious goal-scoring pace that Mayhew set in the AHL completely overmatched the rest of the league. Mayhew's 49 games played were the least of any goal scorer in the AHL's top seven goal-scorers. Mayhew's pace of 0.79 goals per game far eclipsed second place goal-scoring finisher Reid Boucher (Utica Comets), who had 34 goals in 53 games for a rate of 0.64 goals per game.
During the 2013-14 season, Kane erupted for 21 points in his final 16 games of the season. Kane, an all-decade team selection, cemented his status with the voters with a stretch rivaled by few in the nation as a senior. Kane's unit of Mayhew and Huff was one of the hottest in the nation heading into the 2013-14 postseason.
Then a senior, forward Andy Huff continued to pile up big-game moments in the 2014 Semifinal. Huff finished tied for second in team point-scoring during the 2013-14 season with a career-best 25. DeMartino, a former volunteer assistant coach for Ferris State, has since carved out a coaching role in the North American Hockey League (NAHL).