Michigan State defeated Penn State, 3-2, on Jan. 18, 2014 at Munn Ice Arena (Photo c/o www.msuspartans.com)
The Nittany Lions erased a pair of one-goal deficits last Saturday at Michigan State, but were unable to breakthrough as the Spartans beat PSU, 3-2, to complete the weekend sweep.
Six games into Big Ten play, Penn State is still searching for their first Big Ten victory. The Lions are 0-6-0-0 in conference play and sit 4-14-1 overall. Guy Gadowsky's squad has lost 11 of its last 12 games played. Their lone victories have come against mediocre teams in Army, Sacred Heart, and Robert Morris twice.
It took only 93 seconds for the Spartans to get on the board last Saturday as Michael Ferrantino slid a backhand shot under the pads of Eamon McAdam for the 1-0 lead.
McAdam, who fell to 0-7-0 on the season, made 29 stops in the contest and I thought overall played a real solid game. He kept the Lions in the game throughout and has played well over in his last three starts. You ca...