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If there’s any green paint left over from the “green line” experiment at Munn Ice Arena, MSU Hockey might just want to use it to scrawl “NCAA Tourney or Bust” on the walls of the locker room.That was the sentiment from many of the players during MSU Hockey Media Day Wednesday at Munn Ice Arena.
MSU Hockey already knows its talent depth but now two of the team's top returners have garnered some early conference recognition.The Big Ten Conference today released its 12 member deep Preseason Players to Watch List, and two Spartans grace this year’s list.
On a Friday morning two days before official move in for freshmen, a group of alumni gathered in a familiar spot on MSU's campus.
MSU Hockey head coach Tom Anastos announced on May 29 that defenseman Josh Jacobs would not be returning for the 2015-2016 season, instead choosing to pursue professional interests elsewhere.
Just one week after Providence won the NCAA championship, MSU hockey head coach took some time to look back on the Spartans season.
All-American junior goaltender Jake Hildebrand has saved himself a spot in MSU history.
Teams from across the country competed for the title, but MSU came out on top.After an intense competition, the MSU Division 3 Hockey Club won the 2014-15 ACHA National Championship game in Pelham, Alabama on March 14. The tournament had the Spartans facing off against the University of Alabama (4-4), Colorado State University (5-3), Pitts-Johnstown University (2-9) and Bryn Athyn College (7-6 OT) for the semi-finals.
In front of a sold-out crowd of 6,042 at Munn Ice Arena, MSU hockey (15-14-2, 9-6-2-2 Big Ten) picked up an important win with just three games left in the season.