Monday, March 5, 2018

Busy Monday

Here are few items of note from Minnesota State today ...

WCHA recognizes Spooner
Mavericks freshman forward Jared Spooner had four assists and was plus-6 last weekend against Alaska, earning himself WCHA Rookie of the Week honors. The Bismarck, N.D., native had three assists on Friday and one on Saturday. This was his first weekly honor of the season.

Other WCHA award winners were: Northern Michigan junior Troy Loggins (offensive) and sophomore Philip Beaulieu (defensive) and Bowling Green sophomore Ryan Bernard (goaltender).

Mavs stay at third
Despite slipping a spot to fifth in the Pairwise rankings, MSU stayed at No. 3 in the USCHO and USA Today/USA Hockey polls this week.

Ticket info
Minnesota State announced ticket information for this weekend's WCHA semifinal games against Michigan Tech:

Season ticket holders can get their normal seat location between now and noon Wednesday. They can get a special package rate of $36 for Friday and Saturday with Sunday's game included in the price if necessary. They can also purchase their tickets, as well as additional tickets, online. After noon Wednesday, remaining open season-ticket seats will be opened up for sale to the general public.

Single-game tickets are also available now. They are $20 for adults and $12 for youth at the Verizon Center box office and through Ticketmaster. Student tickets are available for $5 at the MSU athletics office.

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