Michigan State Spartans Hockey Tickets
The Schedule in 2013-2014
College Hockey is one of the most exciting
sports you'll find and the season is in full swing. Fans can't fully grasp the speed and strength of the game from the couch,
so now is the time to get down to the rink and see the Michigan State Spartans take on their Big 10 foes as they come down
the stretch. Though they are in the middle of the pack in this very tough conference, the Spartans still have a lot of games
left to get them ready for the Big 10 Conference Tournament. Though the Spartans are in a funk on the road, they play very
well at home and they home fans definitely have something to do with it. With many exciting home games left on the regular
season schedule, now is the time to get down to Munn Ice Arena in East Lansing to cheer on your Spartans.
want to miss the matchup with the hated in state rival Michigan Wolverines at Munn Ice Arena on March 8 for one of the most
anticipated games on the Spartans schedule, no matter what sport they are playing. The Wolverines are ranked in the Top 10
and pose quite task for the home team. The Wolverines are one of the most stories programs in the college hockey, with nine
NCAA Tournament Championships and over 20 current alumni playing in the NHL. A win against their biggest rivals would do a
lot for the Spartans and they will be gunning hard to take down the mighty Wolverines.
The regular season ends with
two straight home games against the Wisconsin Badgers on March 14 and 15 at Munn Ice Arena. The Spartans are looking to go
out at home with a bang, a great way to thank their fans for another great year. Like the Spartans, the Badgers have won a
National Championship recently (2006) and Wisconsin needs to win out to try to overtake the Minnesota Golden Gophers for the
top spot in the conference. Two straight wins over this powerhouse rival could be just the momentum the Spartans need.
The Michigan State Spartans have enjoyed a lot of success since the program began in 1922. With three
National Championships and eleven Frozen Four appearances in the school's history, the Spartans have been thrilling their
fans for over nine decades. Michigan State Hockey enjoyed a prolonged period of success under legendary coach Ron Mason, who
made the NCAA Tournament all but 4 years in his 23 seasons as the leader of the Spartans. Under Mason, they won a National
Championship in 1986 and made the NCAA Tournament nine times in a row twice, including three Frozen Four appearances. After
another successful stretch under Mason's successor Rick Comley, the Spartans are now led by first year head coach Tom Anastos.
The team is young and every games gives them incredible experience to take with them. With senior captain Greg Wolfe leading
the way, the Spartans are well positioned for the a bright future.
Michigan State Spartans Hockey Trivia
Michigan State Spartan has gone on to incredible heights in the NHL and represented the United States as the goaltender in
Vancouver when the US brought home the Silver medal?
Michigan State legend Ryan Miller led the US to a fantastic Olympic
run in 2010, including earning himself the tournament MVP award with an incredible save percentage of.946%. During his time
in East Lansing, Ryan Miller set an NCAA record with 26 shutouts on his way to winning the Hobie Baker Award in 2001, only
the second goaltender to do so.
There is no scene in college sports quite like a hockey
game, how the sounds float off of the ice, the school band plays and fans pound on the glass. The Michigan State Spartans
play great hockey at home and their fans are a big reason why. The Green and White faithful come to Munn Ice Arena every home
game ready to do their part to get the Spartans a big win. The new Big 10 is tough and stacked with lots of talent from the
Ohio State Buckeyes, Michigan Wolverines and Minnesota Golden Gophers. The Spartans always need to bring their A-game and
so do the fans. Luckily for the Spartans Men's Hockey team, the Green and White faithful always show up and their home record
reflects it. Don't miss your chance to see more Spartans action as the season winds down. Whether the sport is football, basketball,
hockey, men's or women's, the Michigan State fans always bring their best efforts and seem to always be rewarded with great
play from an amazing group of student athletes. When it comes to college hockey, Munn Ice Arena is one of the hottest venues
with the loudest fans, so make sure you get your tickets before the season is over because there is nothing quite like seeing