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Head Coach Tom Anastos discussed playing in Chicago against Michigan at Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears. Check out what he said about the big match up!


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We’re hearing an awful lot about the impact that college defensemen are having on the professional game this season. Hockeytown has been buzzing about the contributions the Red Wings got from Dan DeKeyser (Western Michigan) and Brendan Smith (Wisconsin).

Lately, we’ve seen hockey fans in Boston amazed at what Torey Krug has brought to the Boston Bruins. With two goals and an assist in his first two NHL playoff games, following his call up from the Bruins AHL team in Providence, fans are now wondering if he’s become a permanent fixture on the blue line in The Hub.

As Spartan fans, we’re not surprised at all. For three seasons, we saw what Krug brought to the ice every night. We saw a player who was a natural leader, being elected as team captain as a sophomore. We saw a player who, despite being undersized (MSU had him listed as 5’ 9”… in his skates, maybe!) was named to the CCHA’s All-Rookie Team after leading the league’s rookie defensemen in scoring.

As a sophomore he added the pressure of being the team’s captain, but still more than tripled his goal scoring numbers while earning the Top [..]

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Oh Captain, My Captain!

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A couple of years ago, I was talking with Rob Woodward during the offseason and I told him that I thought Torey Krug would eventually be a great captain for the Spartan Hockey team. He thought about it and agreed. Now, two years later, I realize that even I underestimated just how good a player, and captain, he would become!


Last night at the CCHA Awards in Detroit, Torey was honored as the CCHA Player of the Year, Offensive Defenseman of the Year (for the second consecutive season!) All CCHA First Team, Co - CCHA Scoring Leader and MSU's Perani Cup winner for earning the most points in the three stars contest. Additionally, The Hobey Baker Award top 10 was announced, and Torey is on that list as well.

He's definitely the Spartan's best player and, if he returns for his Senior season, may wind up setting some records that will never be broken by another defenseman. But the thing that has caught my eye more this year, is the way he's become a leader on the team.

I started following him on Twitter last year. All summer long Torey would tweet about his excitement for the upcoming season. Once [..]

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The playoffs are in full swing and we all know what that means. Yep, Scott’s productivity has gone through the basement floor due to one invention… the Pairwise Predictor. I could play […]

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By Scott MooreWell, well, well! I guess we can all assume that the powers that be in college hockey are not regular readers of my hockey blog. Last month I put forward my proposal for how the teams […]

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By Scott MooreSeems like everywhere I go, the number one topic of conversation has been the Big Ten Hockey Conference, and what it will mean to the CCHA. Nobody seems to think about the WCHA which is […]

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Two Month Update

May 25, 2011

By Scott MooreIt seems hard to believe that Tom Anastos has been Michigan State's Head Hockey Coach for 2 months now. When Tom was introduced as the new leader of the hockey program back on March […]

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