Found January 12, 2012 on MSUSpartans.com:
Michigan State looks to snap a three-game skid as it hosts Northern Michigan at Munn Ice Arena. MSU is 33-28-3 all-time against NMU, and owns a 18-10-2 mark in games played at Munn Arena. MSU has won just three times in the last dozen meetings, which includes a split in November at the Berry Events Center in Marquette.
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