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Michigan State earns the extra point with a shootout victory, but the Nittany Lions secure their first Big Ten series victory of the year with a four-point weekend
The Penn State Nittany Lions look to build on recent success and even their Big Ten record this weekend against Michigan State
Sophomore Brett Murray and junior Derian Hamilton each collect their first collegiate goals in the win
Junior Andrew Sturtz moves into third on the Penn State all-time points list, but the Nittany Lions drop game one against Notre Dame, 5-3
11 current and four former Penn State men's hockey players will compete in NHL Development Camps this summer
AS A SOPHOMORE 2017-18
... tallied his first assist of the season during a 7-5 victory over AIC (Oct. 19) ... recorded an assist in a 5-3 loss at Notre Dame (Nov. 10) ... added an assist in game one and scored his first career goal in game two of the weekend split at Arizona State (Nov. 17-18) ... tallied an assist in a 2-2 tie with Michigan State (Nov. 25)
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2016-2017
Joined the team in January and skated in 12 games registering one assist ... recorded his first assist in a 5-2 victory over Michigan State (Jan. 13).
BEFORE PENN STATE
A fourth-round draft pick of the Buffalo Sabres taken 99th overall in the 2016 NHL Draft ... played the first half of the 2016-17 season with the Youngstown Phantoms of the United States Hockey League scoring seven goals and adding 13 assists for 20 points in 27 games ... led the Carleton Place Canadians to the Central Canadian Hockey Leage Championship in 2015-16 scoring 19 goals and adding 40 assists in 64 total games.
Born July 20, 1998 in Bolton, Ontario ...
GADOWSKY ON MURRAY
“At 6-5, Brett is an imposing power forward. His ability to both think the game and get up and down the ice will allow him to make a smooth transition to college hockey.”