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RPI Forward Ture Linden To Transfer To Penn State Men’s Hockey

Penn State men’s hockey added depth from the transfer portal, as forward Ture Linden will join the Nittany Lions for the upcoming 2022-23 season, he announced via Instagram on Sunday.

Linden will enter the program as a graduate transfer from RPI, where he led the team with 39 points (19 goals and 20 assists) in 44 games in the 2021-22 season. He also earned ECAC All-Conference Second-Team honors, as his 19 goals led the conference. Prior to this season, Linden played three of his four collegiate seasons for the Engineers, since his junior season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Great Falls, Virginia native will contribute to Penn State’s much-needed depth at center. With great hands and a knack for scoring points and making plays, Linden should be poised to make an immediate impact in Hockey Valley.

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