Ice Hockey mihockeynow.com —  The Troy native and Michigan State product opted to forego his senior season with the Spartans to turn pro with St. Louis, the team that drafted him in the third round of the 2012 NHL Draft. MacEachern, a Brother Rice High School standout and Chicago Steel (USHL) alum, talked to MiHockey about the decision to leave school early.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Registration is now open for the fifth annual Spartan Hockey Women's Clinic, hosted by Michigan State head coach Tom Anastos and his wife, Lisa. This year's clinic will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 16 from 6-10 p.m. at Munn Ice Arena.
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Ice Hockey wane.com —  Matt Miller will be taking his talents to East Lansing. The 16 year old Leo native has verbally committed to play hockey at Michigan State. Miller confirmed the news on Thursday. The 6-2, 180 pound center has most recently played for Victory Honda in Michigan. This season his team won a league and state title. Miller attends Leo High School. Last year Miller was drafted by Dubuque in the USHL draft. Miller is still deciding whether he wants to play a year in the USHL before going to college.
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Ice Hockey usatoday.com —  The Boston Bruins have signed defenseman Torey Krug to a four-year contract worth $21 million. Krug's 40 assists last season were ninth among all NHL defensemen. He also had four goals and was second on the team only to Zdeno Chara with 21 minutes, 36 seconds on ice per game. In 241 games over four NHL seasons, Krug has 30 goals and 95 assists.
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Ice Hockey spartanpodcast.com —  Anastos discusses the challenges of the recruiting process where younger and younger players – 15 or 16 – are being recruited, in part due to the competition from the Canadian junior leagues. “The irony in our sport – as crazy as this is – is the average entry level age of a kid now is over 20 years old, yet we’re recruiting them at younger ages.”
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Ice Hockey onlyfans.cstv.com —  The funeral service for former Michigan State hockey coach and athletics director Ron Mason was held Thursday at Munn Ice Arena.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Ron Mason loved to win. At everything. Whether it was playing hockey at St. Lawrence, coaching at Lake Superior State, Bowling Green and Michigan State, playing tennis with Bud Cooper, the Lake Superior State athletic director who gave him his start in coaching, playing golf or catching fish or even playing games with his family, he was a fierce competitor. Mason hated losing and it drove him to be successful in most every aspect of his life.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  A funeral service for former Michigan State hockey coach and athletics director Ron Mason will be held on Thursday, June 16 at Munn Ice Arena. The funeral service will begin at 2 p.m. and will be preceded by a public viewing beginning at 11 a.m. on the ice at Munn. Parking for the visitation and service will be at Parking Ramp 5, located behind the Communication Arts Building, with shuttle service to Munn Ice Arena. Shuttles to Munn will begin at 10:30 a.m. and run until 4 p.m.
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Ice Hockey freep.com —  Ron Mason won 635 games and reached 19 NCAA tournaments in 23 seasons as Michigan State's hockey coach from 1979-2002. Mason died Monday at the age of 76. Long before Tom Izzo built an elite college basketball program, across the street at Munn Ice Arena, Ron Mason showed him how.
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Ice Hockey detroitnews.com —  Rarely would you have met an intellect that came within a 60-foot slap shot of matching Ron Mason’s mind. He had some of the fastest mental wheels in college sports, the biggest reason why, for so long, he was the winningest college hockey coach in North America and why ultimately Michigan State decided to transfer him from Munn Arena to the athletic director’s office in 2002.
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Ice Hockey thegame730am.com —  When Ron Mason retired from the bench of Michigan State hockey, he boasted the most wins in college hockey history. He won more than 900 games, captured a national championship and put many players into the NHL. But he was more than just a hockey coach.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Ron Mason, the second-winningest coach in college hockey history, passed away overnight (June 13). He was 76. "Coach Mason defined what it means to be a Spartan," Michigan State President Lou Anna K. Simon said. "His relentless quest for excellence on and off the rink made everyone around him better. He truly created a Spartan hockey family in which the focus was on collective success rather than worrying about who received credit. That drive translated into great accomplishments on the ice and in life for all those fortunate enough to work with or play for him."
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Ice Hockey thegame730am.com —  Ron Mason hand-picked Rick Comley to replace him at the helm of Michigan State hockey. And even when the Spartan icers struggled, which was something they were unaccustomed to under him, Mason remained supportive of his successor.

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Ice Hockey freep.com —  Legendary former Michigan State hockey coach and athletic director Ron Mason has died, the Free Press has confirmed. The 76-year-old Mason led the Spartans to the 1986 NCAA national championship and was the winningest college hockey coach when he retired from coaching in 2002 with 924 wins over 36 seasons between Lake Superior State, Bowling Green and MSU. Mason was 635-270-69 in 23 seasons with the Spartans, leading MSU to the NCAA tournament 19 times.
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Ice Hockey onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State hockey program released its schedule for the upcoming season on Thursday, June 2. The 2016-17 schedule consists of 34 regular-season games, including 20 Big Ten Conference matchups.
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Ice Hockey wjbc.com —  “Extremely proud to announce that I have committed to Michigan State University, I would like to thank all the family, friends, coaches, and teammates that made this possible #dreamscometrue #gogreen.” “I’m very excited to be going to Michigan State,” said Ghafari on the announcement “It has been my dream school since I was 10 years old. All I’ve thought about was Spartans, Spartans, Spartans and honestly it’s a dream come true to be going there.
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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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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 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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