Monday 1pm - Michigan Tech vs Michigan State
Monday 4pm - Michigan vs Ferris State
Tuesday 11:30am - Third Place Game
Tuesday 2:30pm - Championship (Fox Sports Detroit)
The third place game can end in a tie after a 5:00 5x5 overtime (as it did last season), all others would go directly to a shootout after that 5:00 if no one scores.
Some fun stats:
Michigan Tech has played in 4 straight championship games without winning any. If that happens again, it would be the longest such streak in GLI history (and I can't think of any other tournament that would have anything longer).
Michigan State has not played in the championship game since 2014. That streak of 4 straight semifinal losses is the longest since the Spartans became an annual invitee.
Michigan has not played in the championship game since winning the 2015 tournament. That streak of 3 straight semifinal losses is their longest since a stretch of 5 straight from 1981-85.
Ferris State will appear in their 2nd ever GLI. They have yet to win a game in the tournament, losing 2-0 to Michigan in the semis and 4-2 to Tech in the third place game in the 50th GLI played in 2014.
The 4th team has won the last 3 championships. If Ferris were to extend that streak to 4, it would be the longest stretch in GLI history.
Michigan State and Michigan have played the third place game for three consecutive tournaments. Only 3 other times have the same two teams met three straight times on the second day (Tech vs MSU 82-84, MSU vs UM 93-95, MSU vs UM 97-99). Those all came in the title game, so this is the first such streak in the third place game.