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Icers Season Opener Tonight Versus Towson

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Check out Goalie Teddy Hume's Tweets by following @teddyhume.

Chris Pronchik, a junior finance student, writes today on behalf of the Nittany Lion Icers. Sporting #9 on his jersey, Pronchik plays forward for the team.

Having completed nearly a month of preseason, it’s finally time for us to lace up the skates tonight against Towson.

With the loss of 12 seniors, the 2009-10 team has a completely new makeup. However, the leadership of returning players John Conte, Matt Kirstein, and Steve Thurson is well complemented by a solid incoming freshman class. After finishing 3rd in the national tournament last year, our team hopes to make another push for the title this year.

To give you an inside look, a lot of the guys have begun Tweeting. Check out:

Teddy Hume (#35, Goalie)
Paul Daley (#27, Forward)
Tim O’Brien (#10, Forward)

What: The Penn State Nittany Lion Icers will open their 2009-10 season against Towson University.

When: Friday October 2 at 9:00 pm and Saturday October 3 at 3:00 pm.

Where: Penn State Ice Pavilion.

Cost: $7.50 for adults and $5 for students.

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