Former Penn State Hockey Forward Chase McLane Transfers To Colorado College

Penn State men’s hockey forward Chase McLane has committed to transfer to Colorado College, he announced via Instagram on Friday. The Trenton, Michigan, native will join the Tigers with one year of eligibility remaining.

This past season, the senior appeared in 17 games for the Nittany Lions before suffering a season-ending injury against Minnesota on December 2. He had three goals and three assists during his senior season after tallying two goals and three assists.

“I truly cannot put into words what this place means to me. The relationships I’ve formed during my time at Penn State are priceless and something I wouldn’t trade for the world,” McLane said. “I’m excited to announce that I will be transferring to Colorado College for my final season of college hockey.”

McLane joined a swath of Nittany Lions to leave the team in the off-season, along with the likes of Ryan Kirwan and Liam Souliere.

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