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Adam Nightingale, a Spartan alumnus with hockey experience at the international, professional, collegiate, and youth levels, has been named the eighth head coach in Michigan State hockey history. Nightingale comes to MSU after two seasons as head coach at the United States National Team Development Program (USNTDP) and brings four years of NHL experience, including serving as an assistant coach for the Detroit Red Wings in 2019-20. Known for his exceptional player development and recruiting ties, Nightingale was a two-year alternate captain as a Spartan student-athlete.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics