Star in the making

Sophomore forward Matt Berry emerging as scoring threat for Spartans


Twelve games into the regular season, MSU hockey’s (4-6-2 overall, 3-4-1 CCHA) sophomore forward Matt Berry has emerged as an offensive powerhouse for the Spartans. He currently leads the team in goals (seven), points (13) and power-play goals (four) and is sitting toward the top of multiple CCHA scoring categories. Below are CCHA leaders in specific categories.

Point scoring:

1. Riley Barber, Miami (Ohio) (5-10-15)
2. Austin Czarnik, Miami (Ohio) (6-8-14)
A.J. Treais, Michigan (9-5-14)
4. Matt Berry, MSU (7-6-13)
Anders Lee, Notre Dame (8-5-13)

Game-winning goals:

1. Curtis McKenzie, Miami (Ohio) (two)
Chase Balisy, Western Michigan (two)
Kyle Bonis, Ferris State (two)
Austin Czarnik Miami (Ohio) (two)
Matt Berry, MSU (two)
Ryan Dzingel, Ohio State (two)
Bryan Rust, Notre Dame (two)
Steven Fogarty, Notre Dame (two)
Chris Ciotti, Lake Superior State (two)
Kevin Czuczman, Lake Superior State (two)

Power-play points:

1. Matt Berry, MSU (4-4-8)
2. Jacob Trouba, Michigan (3-3-6)
Riley Barber, Miami (Ohio) (2-4-6)
A.J. Treais, Michigan (2-4-6)

Power-play goals:

1. Kyle Bonis, Ferris State (four)
Matt Berry, MSU (four)
3. Jacob Trouba, Michigan (three)
Robbie Russo, Notre Dame (three)
Colton Beck, Alaska (three)

Goal scoring:

1. A.J. Treais, Michigan (nine)
2. Anders Lee, Notre Dame (eight)
3. Matt Berry, MSU (seven)


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