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The MSU hockey team is slated to face off against No. 11 University of Minnesota to begin Big Ten conference play this upcoming weekend. After posting a winning 3-2-1 record in November, the Spartans will be hampered by injuries in their effort to repeat their winning ways in December.
After opening the season with an overall record of 4-6-1, MSU’s hockey team will commence Big Ten conference play when it hosts No. 11 Minnesota (7-5-2 overall) in a two-game series this Friday and Saturday.
The MSU hockey team is currently 4-6-1 overall but will head into Big Ten conference play with a momentum swing after an exhibition win over the U.S.A. Hockey National Team Development Program Sunday.
MSU hockey hosted the USA Hockey National Team Development Program, USNTDP, in an exhibition matchup on Sunday. The Spartans came away with a 5-1 victory to conclude non-conference play.
For the first time in nearly a month, Munn Ice Arena was the host of a game for the MSU hockey team. The Spartans would face off against the USA Hockey National Team Development Program in an exhibition match, where they would skate away with a 5-1 win.
In the first period of game one of the MSU hockey team’s stunning series against then-No. 5 University of North Dakota, redshirt-freshman defenseman Jerad Rosburg quieted down the hostile crowd of Ralph Engelstad Arena with two simple shots on goals. Both found the back of the net, giving the Spartans an early lead they did not relinquish.
After stunning then-No. 5 University of North Dakota during Thanksgiving weekend, the MSU hockey team will be tested in its last exhibition game of the season. The Spartans are scheduled to face off against the USA Hockey National Team Development Program for the fifth straight year at Munn Ice Arena.
During the holiday weekend and in front of a hostile crowd of more than 10,000 fans, the MSU hockey team proved successful in its effort to upset then-No. 5 University of North Dakota. In the series, the Spartans skated away with a win and a tie, disappointing the crowd at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
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 next year's team.
On Thursday night the MSU ice hockey team hosted Ferris State University in game one of the home-and-home series. The Spartans were unable to capitalize on their home portion, as the Spartans fell 4-1 in the opener.
On a surprisingly warm November evening, the MSU hockey team hosted in-state rival Ferris State University in game one of the home-and-home series at Munn Ice Arena. There, the Bulldogs came out victorious in a hard-fought, physical match, 4-1, dropping the Spartans' record to 2-6 overall.
The MSU hockey team will face off against another in-state rival, Ferris State University, this weekend in a home-and-home series. It marks the third time this season the Spartans will face another team in Michigan, after matching up against Lake Superior State University and Michigan Tech University.
Following a series split against Michigan Technological University as the Spartans dig deeper into their schedule, more injuries have begun to pile up on MSU's roster.
During the week’s practice leading up to the MSU hockey team’s matchup against the Michigan Tech Huskies, the team was without one key defenseman — redshirt-freshman Jerad Rosburg.
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. The Spartans were unsuccessful in their effort, as they dropped game two of the weekend series to the Michigan Tech Huskies, 5-1.
After a night of many firsts for the MSU hockey team, it was back at Munn Ice Arena to continue regular season play. In the first game of the series, the Spartans won in an overtime thriller over the visiting Michigan Tech Huskies, 3-2, in a hostly-contested affair.
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 cracked its first win Friday night, as the Spartans pounded the Princeton Tigers 6-2 to improve to a 1-4 overall record 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 is still winless. The Spartans will aim to get its first victory when it hosts Princeton University this weekend.