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Michigan State has canceled all sports activities as our community deals with the COVID-19 crisis. In a time when sports have ceased, The State News is looking back at great moments in MSU sports history. Soon, we’ll be back to a world with sports, but for now, the past will have to do.
While the Michigan State hockey season started with cautious optimism and ended with abrupt disappointment, the team still took significant steps forward in coach Danton Cole’s third season at the helm.
Another prominent piece of the 2019-20 Michigan State hockey team has landed with an NHL organization. It was announced today that senior forward Patrick Khodorenko has agreed to terms with the New York Rangers on an entry-level deal. Khodorenko is the second Spartan to sign a deal this week, as teammate Jerad Rosburg officially joined the Dallas Stars organization on Monday.
Just days after an early exit in the Big Ten tournament and an end to his collegiate career, senior defenseman Jerad Rosburg came to terms with the Dallas Stars of the NHL earlier today, signing a one-year entry-level contract with the organization. Rosburg will first report to the Texas Stars, Dallas’ American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate.
The rollercoaster that was the Michigan State hockey season came to a close Saturday night, as the Spartans (15-19-2) fell to Michigan (18-14-4) 3-0 for the second straight night at Yost Ice Arena.
In the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament, the No. 6 seeded Michigan State hockey team (15-18-2) fell to the No. 3 seeded Michigan Wolverines (17-14-4) 3-0 Friday night in Ann Arbor.
Notre Dame (14-13-7) scored two goals in the final five minutes of regulation Saturday night to tie the Michigan State hockey team (15-17-2) 2-2. The Fighting Irish secured the extra point in the shootout in a game that took just under three hours to complete.
The Michigan State hockey team (15-17-1) picked up a big 3-1 win against Notre Dame (14-13-6) on Friday night, snapping a four-game losing streak and pulling to within one point of the Fighting Irish in the Big Ten Standings.
The Michigan State hockey team (14-17-1) will wrap up the regular season this weekend, looking to snap a four-game losing streak as they travel to South Bend, Indiana to take on Notre Dame (14-12-6).
The final week of the regular season is upon us, and the Michigan State hockey team (14-17-1) is riding a four-game losing streak heading into the finale against Notre Dame (14-12-6) this weekend.
Munn Ice Arena is set to receive some significant upgrades this offseason, and Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley, along with the Board of Trustees, recently approved a proposal to increase the budgeting for the expansion of the arena.
A late third-period collapse extended Michigan State hockey’s (14-17-1) losing streak to four games as they fell to No. 12 Ohio State (18-10-4) 4-2 Saturday night at Munn Ice Arena.
Sophomore goaltender Drew DeRidder didn’t know he was starting until he got to the rink before Michigan State’s 1-0 loss to Ohio State Friday night.
Down a couple of key players Friday night, the Michigan State hockey team (14-16-1) was shut out at home by No. 12 Ohio State (17-10-4), falling 1-0 at Munn Ice Arena.
After a disappointing weekend that included getting swept by Michigan and scoring just two goals in two games, the Michigan State hockey team (14-15-1) welcomes No. 12 Ohio State (16-10-4) this weekend for what will be the final regular season games at Munn Ice Arena this season.
DETROIT — The Michigan State hockey team (14-15-1) followed up Friday night’s loss to Michigan (15-12-3) with another underwhelming performance Monday night at Little Caesars Arena, falling 4-1 at the hands of the maize and blue in the annual Duel in the D.
The stage was set.
With new Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker in attendance, the Spartan hockey team (14-14-1) fell behind early en route to a 5-1 loss to Michigan (14-12-3) Friday night.
Editor’s Note: State News reporter Brendan Gumbel attended the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy.
The Michigan State hockey team (14-13-1) fell out of the rankings after splitting a pair of games with Minnesota on the road last weekend. Now the team shifts their focus to in-state rival Michigan (13-12-3), who the Spartans swept back in mid-November.