Penn State Men’s Hockey Invites Fans To Virtually Paint Pegula Ice Arena

Penn State men’s hockey is once again inviting fans to virtually paint the ice at Pegula Ice Arena.

Under normal circumstances, season ticket holders would be invited onto the main rink at Pegula to paint a message or picture before the ice was removed. Similar to last year, fans will do it virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Fans can reply to Penn State hockey’s tweet with a message to the team that they would like to see on the ice. A virtual painting will be shared after all the submissions are in.

The Nittany Lions wrapped up their season after being eliminated by Wisconsin in overtime in the semifinal round of the Big Ten Hockey Tournament. Before the start of the tournament, the Nittany Lions had a 34-day hiatus between games due to a coronavirus outbreak within the program.

Since then, forwards Alex Limoges and Aarne Talvitie signed pro contracts, while Adam Pilewicz and Clayton Phillips announced their intentions to stay at Penn State and play next season.

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