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Michigan, MSU rivalry heats up Friday

by Lisa Hickok / Detroit Red Wings
DETROIT -- College hockey’s fiercest rivalry takes the ice Friday when the Michigan State Spartans host the Michigan Wolverines at 7:30 p.m. ET at Joe Louis Arena (FSN-Plus).

 
The Spartans currently hold a 7-14-3 record (4-10-2-2 CCHA) and the No.8-ranked Wolverines are 16-8-0 (10-6-0-0 CCHA). Michigan looks to continue their winning streak having won their last seven games overall at “The Joe”. Michigan State will fight to close the gap in the teams’ all-time series at Joe Louis Arena with the maize and blue posting a 17-20-5 record over the green and white.

Tickets for all College Hockey at “The Joe” events are priced at $32, $25, $20, $15 and $10 and are available at the Joe Louis Arena Box Office and all Ticketmaster retail locations, including Hockeytown Cafe in Detroit and Hockeytown Authentics in Troy. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.collegehockeyatthejoe.com or charged by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

FAMILY FOUR PACK: Don’t miss out on the best value in town! The Family Four Pack includes four general admission tickets to College Hockey at “The Joe”, four slices of Little Caesars pizza and four sodas for only $44. The package can be purchased only in advance by calling 313-396-7575.

SHOOT FOR A CURE: Fans attending Friday night’s match-up will have the opportunity to bid on an array of sports memorabilia through a silent auction to benefit “Shoot for a Cure”. Items include memorabilia autographed by former Spartans and Wolverines now playing professional hockey and other hockey items from teams throughout the NHL. The silent auction, sponsored by Michigan State, will take place on the Joe Louis Arena concourse through the end of the second intermission.

“Shoot for a Cure” was started by former Spartan and Detroit Red Wings draft pick Justin Abdelkader and current Michigan State senior Daniel Sturges and is currently in its second season. Every dollar collected through “Shoot for a Cure” goes directly to Cure Kids Cancer at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing.


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