Alex Limoges is an elite collegiate ice hockey player who just finished his sophomore season at Penn State. He is the first Nittany Lion ever to lead the nation in scoring with 50 points, while his 23 goals tied for second in the nation. Both his point and goal totals set new single-season Penn State records; and, his 27 assists tied for the second most all time in a single-season. Limoges was named to the All-College Hockey NewsFirst Team and the USCHO Second-Team. He was also selected as Penn State’s 2018-19 Men’s Hockey Team MVP. He was named the Big Ten Second Star of the Week (Nov. 13) and was also named to the All-Tournament team after setting a new Big Ten Tournament record with six goals in five games this past March. He also added three assists for nine points, the second-most all-time in a single Big Ten Tournament. Limoges was named as a “2018-19 HobeyBaker Award” nominee; and, the Supply Chain Management major also earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition. He is a member of the Penn State Athletic Directors Leadership Institute; and, has assisted many non-profit organizations in raising awareness and in raising funds for numerous causes.
Limoges moved to Winchester, Virginia, with his parents, Robert and Lisa Nerangis Limoges, and his siblings, Emilie and Logan, in 2005. He attended Powhatan School and Admiral Byrd Middle School, prior to attending high school at South Kent School in Connecticut. At 2 years old, he started ice skating and played youth hockey in Denver, Colorado; Dallas, Texas; and, in Northern Virginia with the Ashburn Extreme and AAA Washington Little Caps program. He also played inline hockey in Winchester, Virginia and surrounding areas from 2007-2011. He earned numerous prestigious distinctions throughout high school including USPHL 16U National Champion (2013-14); US First Round draft pick for the Tri-City Storm (Kearney, Nebraska) in the Tier 1 United States Hockey League (USHL); USPHL 18U Forward of the Year (2014-15); USHL Clark Cup Champion with game-winning goal (2015-2016); and, Team Captain of USHL Tri-City Storm (2016-17). Limoges was selected to join the 2016 World Junior (A) Hockey USA team as an Assistant Captain where he scored the game-winning goal to win a Gold Medal and Most Valuable Player Award in Bonnyville, Alberta.
And, what might the future hold? Has the National Hockey League noticed Alex Limoges? He was one of just 40 players in the league to be selected to play in the 2017 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. He has attended the NHL Anaheim Ducks 2017 Prospect Development Camp; the NHL New York Islanders 2018 Development Camp; and, he has been invited to attend the NHL Detroit Red Wings 2019 Development Camp in June 2019.