EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State has hired hockey coach Adam Nightingale, a former player for the Spartans who led USA Hockey's development program for two years and was a Detroit Red Wings assistant for a season.
Athletic director Alan Haller made the announcement Tuesday.
Nightingale replaces Danton Cole, another ex-Michigan State hockey player, after he was 58-101-12 over five seasons.
“Adam has a passion for the school and the program," Haller said. “His combination of skill development, player development and recruiting ties promises to make the next era of Spartan hockey a successful chapter in the storied history of a proud program."
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