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Penn State Hockey TV Schedule Released

If you didn’t get hockey tickets, don’t worry. The men’s hockey team will be televised (at least) ten times this upcoming season, including appearances on the Big 10 Network (BTN), ESPNU, and ESPNEWS. The hockey team is entering a historic season in the state-of-the-art Pegula Ice Arena.

This is the team’s first season in the Big 10 Conference, which includes Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The Nittany Lions return 18 players from last year’s roster and feature four NHL Draft picks in Max Gardiner, Patrick Koudys, Eamon McAdam, and Mike Williamson.

Here’s a breakdown of the Nittany Lion’s TV schedule, including five home games:

October 11:  vs. Army – 8:00 PM (BTN)

January 13: vs. Minnesota – Time TBD (BTN)

January 17: at Michigan State – 6:30 PM (BTN)

February 1: at Ohio State – 2:00 PM (ESPNEWS)

February 8: vs. Michigan – 5:00 PM (ESPNU)

February 14: vs. Michigan State – 6:30 PM (BTN)

February 15: vs. Michigan State – 3:30 PM (ESPNEWS)

February 21: at Michigan – 6:30 PM (BTN)

February 28: at Minnesota 9:00 PM (BTN)

March 20-22: Big 10 Ice Hockey Championship – (BTN)

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Greg Schlosser

Greg is a senior majoring in energy engineering at Penn State. He is a big fan of Pittsburgh sports and sandwiches with coleslaw and french fries. You can email him at [email protected] or find him at the Phyrst drunkenly requesting the band to play "One Headlight."

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