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Former Penn State Men’s Hockey Captain Alex Limoges Signs With San Diego Gulls

Alex Limoges is staying in San Diego after signing a one-year deal with the Gulls, the team announced Thursday.

The former Penn State captain signed a professional tryout contract with the Gulls, the AHL affiliate of the Anaheim Ducks, in March after the Nittany Lions were eliminated in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament. Limoges had an impressive debut after signing with the team, tallying 21 points and leading the team’s rookies in goals (11) in just 23 games played.

Limoges’ contract signing comes after he published his official goodbye and thank you to Penn State Thursday morning. The Virginia native led the Nittany Lions with 22 points and 10 goals scored during his senior season. He was also named an All-Big Ten selection for the second time in his career. 

Limoges finished his Penn State career as the all-time leader in points per game (0.98) for the Nittany Lions. His 51 goals are tied for the third-most all-time in the program, while his 74 assists rank fourth all-time.

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