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Coming into the weekend, Head Coach Danton Cole experimented with different line combinations at practice, and it paid off in the Spartan’s (8-7-1) 3-0 win over No. 19 Wisconsin (7-10-1) Friday night. 24 hours later, the same two teams would go at it again, with the green and white looking for the series sweep.
Michigan State hockey (7-7-1) kicked off a four game homestand Friday night against No. 19 Wisconsin (7-9-1) at Munn Ice Arena. Looking to put a rough weekend against No. 7 Ohio State behind them, the green and white returned home seeking more offensive production against a Badger team loaded with talent.
After No. 7 Ohio State swept them last weekend, Michigan State hockey (6-7-1) fell out of the rankings and will look to bounce back this weekend against No. 19 Wisconsin (7-8-1) in a two-game series at Munn Ice Arena. The Big Ten foes will face off Friday and Saturday night, with both games starting at 7 p.m.
The No. 20 Michigan State hockey team (6-7-1) was unable to pick up a win this weekend against No. 11 Ohio State (9-4-1), falling 3-1 to the Buckeyes on Saturday and 2-0 on Sunday at Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio.
Spartan hockey will hit the road this weekend for a post-Thanksgiving clash with No. 11 Ohio State (7-4-1). Michigan State (6-5-1) entered the polls this week for the first time since 2012 and are now ranked No. 20 in the nation. Game one of the two-game series is set for 5 p.m. on Saturday, with the second game at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday.
November 13-14, 2009.
After a hard fought game that resulted in a 1-1 tie and the Spartans unable to pick up the extra point in the shootout the night before, the skaters ran it back against No. 3 Notre Dame Saturday night looking for the same compete level, but a different result.
Prior to the game's start, before the players laced up their skates and made their way onto the ice, they started with a warm-up.
Friday evening Michigan State Ice Hockey (5-5-1) met with No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1-2) in the first game of their two-game series. The Spartans, fresh off a sweep of the Michigan Wolverines, looked to keep their success rolling.
After sweeping the Wolverines for the first time since 2009 last week, the Spartans (5-5) will look to stay hot, as they meet No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1-1) for a two game series at Munn Ice Arena.
Michigan State hockey has signed four recruits for the 2020-21 season, Head Coach Danton Cole announced on Wednesday. Pierce Charleson, Calvin Dybicz, Aiden Gallacher and Kristof Papp have all officially signed their National Letters of Intent, securing their spots on the team for next season.
On a day where the Michigan State football team left a lot to be desired on the field in Ann Arbor, the hockey team hit the ice Saturday night trying to salvage rivalry weekend with a sweep over the Wolverines at Munn Ice Arena.
ANN ARBOR, MI - Michigan State hockey came back from a two-goal deficit in the second to pull out a 4-3 win at Yost Arena against rival University of Michigan Thursday night.
It’s rivalry week. While the Michigan State football team travels to Ann Arbor to take on the University of Michigan Saturday afternoon, the hockey team will play the Wolverines twice over the span of three days in a home-and-home series. Play will begin on the road at Yost Ice arena in Ann Arbor, Thursday at 6:30 p.m, then return to East Lansing for a Saturday night puck drop at 7:00 p.m.
Playing defenseman for the Spartans are two 6-foot-3-inch, 188-pound, left-handed shooters who play a physically-demanding game and have rarely seen the ice without each other: twin brothers Cole and Christian Krygier.
Michigan State hockey (3-5) earned a series split this weekend on the road against No. 6 Penn State (7-2).
Michigan State hockey (2-4) will open up Big Ten play this weekend as they travel to University Park to take on another top ten team in No. 6 Penn State. The Spartans are looking to rebound after getting swept by No. 4 Cornell last weekend.
It was a rough weekend for the Michigan State hockey team, getting swept at the hands of No. 4 Cornell. A bright spot in the Spartan lineup, however, and a possible future star of the team, was freshman center Josh Nodler. Nodler notched his first collegiate goal during Saturday’s 6-2 loss, relieving him of some pressure as his workload increases for the green and white.
The Spartans (2-4) hit the ice Saturday night unable to split the weekend series against a physical No. 4 Cornell (2-0) team. The green and white couldn't get anything going offensively for most of the game and, for the second night in a row, made frequent trips to the penalty box, losing 6-2 at Munn Ice Arena.
Penalties proved to be a major determinant in Michigan State hockey's 2-3 loss to Cornell on Friday.