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Michigan State  vs. Long Island University
Date/Locations Friday, Oct. 21, 2022, 7 pm/ Munn Ice Arena, East Lansing, Mich.
Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022, 6 pm/ Munn Ice Arena, East Lansing, Mich.
Tickets Spartan Ticket Office Ph: 517-355-1610    | Gameday Answers
Promotions Family Four Pack – (Friday – Advance Purchase Required)

Four Seats Four Treats – (Saturday- Advance Purchase Required)
Radio Friday/Saturday: WJIM 1240 AM

Scott Moore (pxp) and Rob Woodward (analysis)

     Listen Online: Click “Spartan Media Network”
Television none
Webstreams B1G+($): Friday   |   Saturday
Live Statistics Click Here
Game Notes Michigan State  |  Long Island U
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Bag Policy What’s new on Spartan Hockey Gameday



New Clear Bag Policy

Clear bags will now be allowed for athletic events at Munn Ice Arena. In accordance with Michigan State Athletics security guidelines, the only bags, packages or containers permitted to be carried by fans as they enter the venue are the following:

·  Bag that is clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and does not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″

·  One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar)

·  Small clutch bag, camera and binocular cases, not exceeding 4.5″ x 6.5″


· Exceptions can be made for medically necessary, childcare or dietary items after proper inspection – please utilize the medical needs door at the south entrance if you have these items.

THE ORIGINAL SIX

What you need to know about Spartan Hockey




• Michigan State hosts Long Island University on Friday and Saturday for a pair of non-conference games.  LIU is in its third season playing Division I hockey, launching its program in the 2020-21 campaign.   Brett Riley was named the inaugural coach of the Sharks in May 2020, and has guided his program to a 14-33-4 mark over the first two-plus seasons.  This will be the first-ever series between MSU and LIU.

•  The Spartans have split each of their first two weekend series against RV Bowling Green and No. 16/16 UMass-Lowell.  Last weekend, the Spartans faced both prosperity and adversity – MSU took an early 3-1 lead and held on for a 4-3 win on Thursday, but fell behind 3-0 in Friday’s game before a third-period rally fell just short in a 3-2 loss to the River Hawks.  MSU’s four games have all been essentially one-goal affairs, with only the empty-net goal by Bowling Green in the opener deciding a game by more than one score.  MSU’s scoring defense, (2.50 goals per game) is third in the Big Ten and 19th nationally.

Daniel Russell shared the team’s scoring lead with defenseman Matt Basgall last weekend against UMass-Lowell, each with a goal and two assists.  Russell has a point in every game this season, is tied for eighth in the B1G with five points, and his three goals is tied for fourth.   Basgall leads the Spartans with a +3 rating and seven blocked shots (T-sixth, B1G), and is the team’s top-scoring blueliner through four games.

•  Senior Nicolas Müller is second on the team in points (4), more than halfway to his total of six a year ago.  Muller played in his 100th career game against Bowling Green, and has a three-game point-scoring streak.  He had two assists in the most recent game vs. UMass-Lowell and is tied for fifth in the Big Ten in assists (4).

•  Senior graduate transfer Miroslav Mucha had a pair of first-period goals in the first game against UMass-Lowell, his first two goals as a Spartan and his second career multi-goal game.  He previously had two last January in a game at Northern Michigan.

Dylan St. Cyr has played in all four Spartan games this season, and owns a 2.29 GAA (fourth, B1G) and .906 save percentage (fourth, B1G).   He picked up a win last Thursday behind 19 saves, and stopped 26 in Friday’s 3-2 loss.  St. Cyr did stop a penalty shot early in the Friday contest.  Among active Division I netminders, St. Cyr ranks sixth in career goaltender wins (28), sixth in GAA (2.10) and save percentage (.924) and fourth in shutouts (10)





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