Alex Limoges who played for Penn State’s men’s hockey team from 2017-21, has signed a one-year, entry-level contract with the Winnipeg Jets.
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Limoges is Penn State’s all-time points-per-game leader (0.98 PPG.). He left school third all-time on Penn State’s points list (125) and became the fifth player in school history to reach 50 goals, graduating with 51, tying for third all-time.
Limoges also left Penn State fourth in school history in assists with 74.
Additionally, Limoges scored 17 points in 10 Big Ten Tournament games, which set a conference record. He also left Penn State second in conference history with seven Big Ten Tournament goals.
After Penn State, Limoges moved to the American Hockey League, where he played last season with the San Diego Gulls.