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IcersGuy

  • joined Sep 26, 2008
  • last login Aug 14, 2014
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Designated "New Thread Is Up" guy.

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  • General PSU Hockey (NCAA D1 Men, NCAA D1 Women, ACHA D2 Ice Lions, ACHA D2 Women's), Penn State Icers (historically speaking)
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Ice Hockey Round-Up: Big Crowd, Big Win in Rochester

These kinds of wins weren't supposed to come this early. Yes, Penn State had put together a great combination of coaches and players for a brand new NCAA program. There would be close games, good...

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Penn State Ice Hockey: Lots and Lots of Hockey

It was a busy weekend for Penn State ice hockey. The men opened their season with a set against American International College; the women had their home opening weekend, facing off against CHA foe...

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Quick and Dirty Ice Hockey Primer

With the inaugural season of NCAA women's ice hockey starting this weekend, and the men's team kicking off their return to varsity hockey next week, I figured this was as good a time as any to help...

Ice Hockey team adds 11 players to next season's roster

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Penn State Mens Ice Hockey officially announced 11 players that have made the roster for next season. Perhaps most surprising is that seven of the players are club-originals - a number most of us expected to be closer to one. They join the original four members of Jensen, Kirchhevel, Holstrom, and Johnson, who were named last year (and are all NCAA transfers). Congrats to all of those named to the team - all well-deserving of their place on the team next year. Linking to TYT here since he includes the incoming recruits to fill out the (expected) full team roster for the inaugural varsity season.

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Meet the Lions: Men's Gymnastics Edition

(Bump. - JJ) A couple weeks back, I reviewed the women's gymnastics team as they were heading into the Big Ten Tournament (which was less-than-stellar and perhaps saw some underscoring going...

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Meet The Lions - Women's Gymnastics Edition (Part 2)

In yesterday's post, I went over the scoring system, as well as the main "names to know" for this year's team. Looking ahead, the ladies have two tournaments left - Big Ten's and the NCAA's. I'll...

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Meet The Lions - Women's Gymnastics Edition

With the Icers season over, and the end of March upon us, that can only mean one thing - IcersGuy has once again jumped into gymnastics-mode. In this first part of my (2nd annual) women's...

Sharaya Musser Kicks Ass, Wins All The Awards

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At the risk of having nobody read this, many congratulations to Sharaya on earning her 6th B1G Gymnast of the Week award for the season - a new record in the B1G. She earned an outstanding 39.650 all-around on Saturday's meet vs. Maryland, tying her season best score. She is currently ranked #2 in the nation in the all-around.

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Icers Recap: And Then There Were None

They had done everything they needed - earn the #1 seed in the tournament, overcome a hungry Oklahoma team, and be healthy and ready for an upset-minded #13 Oakland squad. The Icers were primed and...

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ACHA D1 Tournament - Semifinals and Championship Game

Well, ladies and gentlemen, we've hit the final hours of the D1 Icers. Within the next 30 hours, we'll know the final result of the last ACHA season for this impressive club ice hockey program....

Update on the Pegula Ice Arena: Everything's Normal

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Nice video from SC.com with PSU's Paul Ruskin concerning the progress of the PIA. Everything is proceeding as normal, and he also discusses one of the "special extras" to the arena. (h/t @TYTBlog)

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Icers Recap: The Not-So-Pretty Path to the Semis

If you haven't been following my clogging up of the Fanposts, the ACHA D1 National Tournament is here. After a set of play-in games, the Icers knew who their first opponent would be on their road...

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ACHA D1 National Tournament: Weekend Edition

With the ACHA D1 tournament officially underway, I am starting up my normal Fanpost with the rolling updates and the open-threadery (which consists of me giving random updates while watching the...

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Icers Primer: The ACHA Tournament (Part 3)

In my first two parts, I covered the bottom 8 teams involved in Friday's opening round "play-in" games (Part 1) and then the middle-of-the-pack teams (Part 2) that could make some noise. That...

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Icers Recap: Of Cupcakes and Closing a Chapter

[Bumpage. -CG] It's a little strange. Perhaps because of the fact that there will still be hockey next year, and it will still be played at the Greenberg no less. For the last time in front of that...

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Icers Primer: The ACHA Tournament (Part 2)

In Part 2 of my 3-day primer, I'll cover my predicted outcome for the entire tournament, and provide insight on the teams that make-up most of the second tier of teams in the tournament. (The #8...

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Icers Recap: Senior Weekend and Sacrificial Lambs

With the #1 spot in the ACHA tournament locked up, the Icers moved into complete coast mode for the next two weekends. This caused the always difficult struggle - making sure the team remains used...

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Icers Primer: The ACHA Tournament (Part 1)

On Wednesday, the ACHA released the final regular season rankings, which are used to determine the teams that will participate in the D1 National Tournament. Over the next few days, I hope to bring...

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Icers Recap: Icers in Cruise Control

With most of the heavy lifting behind them, the Icers have only four more games left before heading into the national tournament. This weekend, it was the unranked Mercyhurst Lakers visiting the...

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Icers Recap: Jekyll and Hyde Strikes Again

Even as the Icers entered their final month of club hockey play, there is still time for firsts for Penn State ice hockey. On this first weekend in February, the Icers welcomed the Oklahoma Sooners...

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Icers Update: A Great Rivalry Ends With A Sweep

Ohio University. Bird Arena. The home to many of the great battles between these two storied ACHA programs. The Icers come in as the #1 team in the nation, but Ohio is not far behind at #5. If the...

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Icers Recap: A Whirlwind of a Weekend

With three straight wins and the ship pointed towards the ACHA tournament, the Icers were faced with what is often described as a trap weekend. Sandwiched between a home weekend against struggling...

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Icers Recap: One Last Round With Rhode Island

After opening the 2012 year with a flurry of games and travel, the Icers finally returned to a schedule of normalcy at the Greenberg. Joining the Icers at the Ice Pavilion were the Rhode Island...

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Icers Update: A Trip To The Sooner State

There was no rest for the Icers, as the team found itself flying from Philadelphia to Oklahoma for two important ACHA games on Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the Icers found themselves in Edmond,...

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Icers Recap: Neumann Owns the Night or... IcersGuy Geeks Out

Over the past few years of doing these updates, I've tried my best to give you the essence of the game. I've learned and adapted over the years - things like adding the score at the beginning (for...

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Icers Recap: A Wake-Up Weekend

Following their thorough trouncing of Rutgers, the Icers headed to Virginia to finish the Fall semester with a pair of road games against the 8th-ranked Liberty Flames. The Flames presented an...

Officially Official - Penn State Icers to Play Neumann University at Citizen's Bank Park

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After an early alarm went off during the summer, it has been officially announced that the Icers will play the NCAA D3 Neumann University Knights on January 4th at 8pm. The game will be part of the Winter Classic series of games, this year being held at Citizen's Bank Park in Philadelphia. The link for purchasing tickets can be found in the link above (and I'll post it in the comments below as well). Tickets will be general admission and be $10/ticket. You will have to enter 'PSU' as the promotional code.

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Icers Recap: Rolling Over Rutgers

After splitting the weekend against Delaware, then taking a well-deserved break over Thanksgiving, the Icers found themselves back on the ice and still holding the #1 ranking in the ACHA standings....

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Icers Recap: A Rivalry Reaches the Century Mark

Over the years, the Penn State Icers have played a great number of teams, ranging from NCAA DI and DIII teams, all the way down to ACHA D2 teams. Rivalries have come and gone, and the new wave in...

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Icers Recap: Short and Sweet

After a long weekend with SUNY-Fredonia and Pitt in the rear-view mirror, the Icers were treated to a single Friday night game against West Chester for this weekend. Looking to remain undefeated,...

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