Thursday, May 23, 2024

Sports | Ice Hockey


Swedish MSU hockey player Villiam Haag finds home at State

For talented hockey players in Sweden, there is a pretty standard route to making it big. First, they play for junior or youth teams operated by professional clubs. And next, if they are good enough, they advance to the professional level of club play. That wasn’t the case for MSU junior forward Villiam Haag, though, because he packed his bags and moved 4,007 miles and six time zones away from his hometown of Gothenburg.


MSU hockey looks to stop skid against Wisconsin

MSU hockey (4-9-2) has more or less swept its past four games under the rug; at least that’s the sentiment from the locker room as it prepares to take on Wisconsin (3-6-5) for a two game series at Munn Ice Arena this weekend. It’s a matchup of two desperate teams as neither has a win in it’s last five games.