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North Dakota Forward Ashton Calder To Transfer To Penn State Men’s Hockey

Guy Gadowsky has struck again, as forward Ashton Calder will join Penn State men’s hockey for the upcoming 2022-23 season, he announced via Twitter on Wednesday.

“Thank you, to my coaches and teammates for making my time at North Dakota special,” he said in his Twitter post. “The memories will stay with me for the rest of my life.”

Calder will join the program as a transfer from North Dakota, where he played 34 games, scoring 11 goals and 21 points. In fact, Calder played against Penn State when the team took on North Dakota in Nashville, but he scored no points with three shots on goal in the Nittany Lions’ 6-4 victory.

Before his time with the Fighting Hawks, Calder spent three seasons at Lake Superior State University, amassing 33 goals and 79 points in 107 games.

The Michigan native is the second player Penn State has picked up from the transfer portal this offseason, as former RPI forward Ture Linden announced his decision to transfer to Hockey Valley just three days ago.

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