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After adding 10 incoming freshmen to the MSU hockey team, head coach Tom Anastos announced at his weekly press conference the addition of four Spartans to the program.Of the four recruits, three of them signed National Letters of Intents during the early signing period.
The lineups were announced, the national anthem played, and the puck drop signified another home game for the MSU hockey team at Munn Ice Arena. There, the team hosted Ferris State University in game one of the home-and-home series. The icers were unable to capitalize on their home portion though, as the Spartans fell 4-1 in the opener.
On a slightly warm November evening, the MSU hockey team hosted in-state rival Ferris State University in game one of the home-and-home series.
The MSU hockey team will be facing off against another in-state rival, Ferris State University, this weekend in a home-and-home series.
The MSU hockey team continues its march during regular season play, as the team split its series against the Michigan Tech Huskies last weekend.
During the week’s practice leading up to the MSU hockey team’s matchup against the Michigan Tech Huskies, it was without one key defenseman — redshirt-freshman Jerad Rosburg.Rosburg would be out with an upper-body injury, leading to a shift in the Spartans’ lineup come puck drop Friday and Saturday evening.
After dropping its first four contests in a row to start the season, the MSU hockey team was looking for its third straight victory after the slow start.
After a night of firsts for the MSU hockey team, it was back at Munn Ice Arena to continue its regular season.
When MSU hockey head coach Tom Anastos walked into his weekly press conference, he mentioned his team’s morale was high. After its first win against the Princeton University Tigers last Friday, it was a natural reaction.
MSU finally cracked the win column Friday night, as the Spartans beat up on the Princeton Tigers, 6-2 to improve to 1-4 this season.
MSU won their first game of the season against Princeton Friday night, as the Spartans took control early and never let it go as they won their first game of the season, 6-2.
Four games into the season, the MSU hockey team still has a ‘donut’ in the W column, losing all their matches thus far.
The MSU Hockey team (0-4) will welcome Princeton University (0-0) this weekend when the two teams face off at Munn Ice Arena.
When the final horn blew and the clock struck triple zeroes, the MSU hockey team headed to its locker room again, heads down in a losing effort.
On a chilly Friday, night, MSU hockey was back in action in East Lansing, when the team hosted its home opener against No. 6 University of Denver.
The puck drop between MSU and Lake Superior State University over the weekend signified a new season as the team officially kicked off its 76th season as a program.
There’s a story that long time assistant coach Tom Newton tells about Ron Mason. Through the tears he cracks a smile as he begins telling it.
MSU hockey announced Tuesday evening that visitation and funeral services for former MSU hockey coach and athletic director Ron Mason are open to public.
The game never left Ron Mason. It was with him in the beginning and it was there with him at the end.