Despite a losing score, MSU hockey stayed consistent on their dominance in the faceoff battle in their series against Minnesota.
After edging out OSU on Saturday in overtime, Spartan hockey suffered their first loss of the season Sunday against the Buckeyes.
Sitting at a record of 1-0-1, the play of the fourth line will continue to be a key to Michigan State’s success for the rest of the season.
After dropping their first two games last weekend, Arizona State will look to pick their season back up against the Spartans on Thursday.
Michigan State ice hockey will start on Nov. 19, and with a young roster it's difficult to predict what this season might look like.