The Icepack have a pair of UNC schools this weekend with a chance to close out the ACCHL regular season at 10-0 and their second consecutive regular season title. On Friday night the Icepack host a hot UNCW squad that kept their playoff hopes alive with a solid 3-1 win over UNC-Chapel Hill last weekend. Puck drop is slated for 9:30 Friday night as the Pack hosts senior night festivities beforehand.
The Icepack traveled up 95 to take on Virginia foes UVA and Richmond and came away with a weekend sweep. The pair of wins put the Pack at 20 wins in back to back years for the first time in program history sends them into their bye week with winners of 15 straight.
The Icepack takes to the road this weekend playing UVA Friday night and Richmond Saturday after an electrifying weekend in Raleigh. The Icepack have moved up to #4 in the Southeast Rankings after sweeping Delaware and putting away UNC with a combined 23 goals over the three games. The Pack have now won thirteen in a row and clinched the Carolina East Division with their win over UNC.
The NC State club hockey team, Icepack, extended its winning streak to 13 consecutive games in a 9-3 rout against UNC-Chapel Hill at PNC Arena Monday night.
The Icepack (15-3) return to Raleigh this weekend with three games in four nights, starting with Southeast Region Rival, University of Delaware on Friday and Saturday, followed by ancient rival, UNC on Monday night. Saturday’s game is also youth hockey night featuring a family friendly 5:30 PM start time at Raleigh Center Ice. Any youth hockey player wearing their jersey is free with a paid adult!
The Carolina Hurricanes are offering $50 lower bowl tickets for two home games in January to Icepack fans who purchase through the link below. The best part is $5 from each ticket sold goes right back to the pack. Even better, it is a competition to between the Pack fans and UNC to see who will buy more tickets! Click here to buy and support the Icepack! Games dates are 1/7 versus the Flyers and 1/21 versus the Jets.
In a highlight-filled night against long-time rival UNC-Chapel Hill, the NC State Icepack held on against a Tar Heel counter-surge to secure its third straight Governor’s Cup Monday, Nov. 25 in an 8-6 win at PNC Arena.
The Icepack (14-3-0, ACCHL 6-0-0) now move to 7-0 in all-time meetings against the Tar Heels (10-2-2-1, ACCHL 4-3-0) inside PNC Arena thanks to big nights from sophomore Alex Robinson, who recorded his second hat trick of the season and senior defenseman Brendan Seppey, who recorded back-to-back goals in less than a minute from the same spot.