Sun Devils to Participate in Vegas Hockey Tournament

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Sun Devil Men’s Ice Hockey will start their new year off with a bang as they head to Las Vegas for a first-ever college hockey tournament at the new T-Mobile Arena.

ASU will head to Sin City for the first weekend of the month, January 5-6 as they face Northern Michigan in round one. That match will start on Friday at 5:30 p.m. The tournament will also feature 2017 WCHA tournament champions Michigan Tech and No. 15 Boston College. 

This is sure to be a fun weekend of ice hockey fervor that Sun Devil fans won’t want to miss. Supporters may purchase tickets online, which earns them access to all four thrilling games through the weekend. Rooms can also be booked at the tournament hotel, the Monte Carlo, for a fabulous weekend getaway.

For more information, check out the official website of Sun Devil Men’s Ice Hockey.

Photo: The Sun Devils

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