Found January 12, 2012 on Lions Blog:
Michigan State helped usher in the modern era of outdoor hockey games when it hosted Michigan in the Cold War game at Spartan Stadium in 2001. The Spartans recently played a basketball game on an aircraft carrier. So how about playing a hockey game on an aircraft carrier?
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