Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  The Stanley Cup Playoffs begin April 13 and four Spartans are in the hunt for the sport’s ultimate prize. In total, 10 Spartans played in the National Hockey League in 2015-16, with Justin Abdelkader and Drew Miller (currently injured) of Detroit, Duncan Keith of Chicago and Shawn Horcoff of Anaheim all getting the opportunity to now compete for the Stanley Cup.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Michigan State hockey head coach Tom Anastos announced the signing of five student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Thursday, April 14. Patrick Khodorenko (F/USNTDP U-18), Logan Lambdin (F/Bloomington Thunder), Damian Chrcek (D/Salmon Arm Silverbacks), Anthony Scarsella (D/Springfield Junior Blues) and Spencer Wright (G/New Jersey Titans) will join the five other players that previously signed NLIs in November.
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Ice Hockey onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State hockey program hosted its annual awards program on Monday, April 18 at the University Club in East Lansing.
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Ice Hockey onlyfans.cstv.com —  Joe Cox has been named the Michigan State hockey team captain for the 2016-17 season, it was announced Monday night at the program’s annual awards event. Cox, a rising senior, will be the 71st captain in program history.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  When John Sturges played at Michigan State from 1972-76, the Spartans scored a ton of goals, won a lot of games and came within a whisker of making the NCAA Hockey Final Four in 1976. Sturges, in fact, had a hand in many of those goals and victories. He left school as MSU’s fourth-leading all-time career scorer, right behind three teammates. And now he sits as the Spartans’ 10th-leading scorer with 77 goals and 132 assists for 209 points.
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Ice Hockey thetimesherald.com —  Growing up a Michigan State fan, Damian Chrcek’s college decision was pretty easy. Over the years, he’s had plenty of college hockey teams approach him about playing for their squad, but when the Green and White came in, it was nearly a done deal. “I’ve always loved the Spartans,” Chrcek said. “You’re either a Michigan fan or Michigan State fan in this state, and I always loved the Spartans. It was an easy choice.”
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