Big Ten Hockey Weekly
February 26, 2014INDIANA SPORTS PAGE
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BIG TEN MEDAL OF HONOR 100TH ANNIVERSARY SPOTLIGHT - Michigan State's Don McSween:
McSween, who earned the Big Ten Medal of Honor in 1986, recorded 129 points (29
goals, 101 assists) in 180 career games for the Spartans. His career point total
still ranks as the fourth most by a defenseman in school history. A two-time
All-American and Academic All-American, McSween helped lead Michigan State to its
second national championship in 1986. He earned placement on the NCAA All-Tournament
Team in both 1986 and 1987, as the Spartans reached two straight national
Brick Walls: A common theme across the conference this season has been strong play
between the pipes, with five Big Ten goalies ranking among the top 15 nationally in
save percentage ...
Coaching Milestones: Wisconsin head coach Mike Eaves and Minnesota head coach Don
Lucia are closing in on or have recently reached career milestones ...
On the Air: Three of this weekend's four conference games will be carried live on
national television ...
Where We Rank: Three Big Ten teams are ranked among the nation's top 15 according to
the latest USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls released on Monday ...
Good as Gold: Former Michigan State standout Duncan Keith claimed his second
consecutive Olympic gold medal as he helped Canada successfully defend its title at
the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia ...
On Sale Now: Single-game and all-session tickets for the inaugural Big Ten Men's Ice
Hockey Tournament Presented by Polaris RZR(r), slated for March 20-22 at Xcel Energy
Center in Saint Paul, Minn., are currently on sale ...
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