‘Ice Issue’ Suspends Framingham State Hockey Game

FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham State vs Worcester State ice hockey game was suspended with 4:20 minutes left in the first period at Loring Arena tonight, February 2.

Worcester State Tweeted out it was due to an “ice issue and unsafe playing conditions” at Loring Arena.

Loring Arena hosted a Framingham High girls ice hockey game prior to the Framingham State game.

Prior to the game between the Rams and the Lancers, Framingham State celebrated its 1979 hockey team and 4 decades of ice hockey at Framingham State.

The game was tied at 1-1, when it was suspended.

Loring Arena went through renovations between last year and this year, but there have been no other “ice issues” at the rink, that were announced. The City Chief Operating Officer Thatcher Kezer has told City Coucilors repeatedly there is a “punch list” of items to be completed before the project is finished, but scores of ice hockey games have been played at the arena since the season started.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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