Penn State Men’s Hockey’s Ture Linden Signs PTO With Ontario Reign
Penn State men’s hockey forward Ture Linden signed a professional tryout agreement (PTO) with the Ontario Reign of the American Hockey League (AHL), the team announced Wednesday evening. The Reign is affiliated with the Los Angeles Kings.
Linden spent one season in Hockey Valley and led the Nittany Lions with 18 assists, finished second behind Kevin Wall with 29 points, and scored 11 goals.
The Great Falls, Virginia, native played a big role in a memorable season that nearly saw Penn State reach the Frozen Four for the first time in program history. He had an assist during Penn State’s 8-0 victory over Michigan Tech in the NCAA Regional Semifinal.
Prior to Penn State, Linden spent four seasons at RPI from 2018 to 2022. In that time frame, he scored 29 goals, 39 assists, and 68 points.
Linden is the second Nittany Lion to head to the AHL this week, as fellow forward Connor MacEachern signed an amateur tryout agreement (ATO) with the San Jose Barracuda. Additionally, Ashton Calder signed a standard player contract with the Florida Everblades, the ECHL affiliate of the Florida Panthers.
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