In their first games of the new year, Wisconsin showed a similar level of inconsistency to what had become the norm in 2022. The Badgers defeated Notre Dame on Friday in dominating fashion. Saturday night, however, Wisconsin looked vastly inferior to the very same team.
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After a weekend where Wisconsin showed they could skate with a top opponent in Michigan, they followed with a weekend that can only be described as embarrassing. Playing against conference opponents is motivating enough, but when the conference opponent is archrival Minnesota, the Badgers’ weekend performance becomes unacceptable.
Wisconsin returned to conference play last weekend in a two game series against Michigan. The Badgers entered the weekend without a conference win while Michigan entered ranked No. 5 in the nation. Wisconsin managed to split the series, taking their first conference win on Friday night.
The Wisconsin men’s hockey team may have defeated Lindenwood Friday night, but the victory itself is nothing to write home about. The win outlined fundamental flaws in this Wisconsin team.
This past weekend, Wisconsin finally won in front of their home crowd. The Badgers swept Long Island University in two highly contested games.
The Wisconsin Men’s Hockey team is off to one of the worst starts in program history with an abysmal 2-6-0 record in the opening eight games and a worse 0-4-0 record on home ice.
The Wisconsin Men’s Hockey team started their season 0-4 after losing their opening two series, one against Big Ten opponent Ohio State and the other against former Western Collegiate Hockey Association rival St. Cloud State. Despite losing their opening four games this year, the team displayed some potential, especially against No. 8 St. Cloud.
The Wisconsin men’s hockey coaching staff welcomed Andy Brandt to their ranks this offseason.
The Wisconsin Badgers faced the Lakehead Thunderwolves in an exhibition game Sunday afternoon. The game provided a first look at the rebuilding Badger lineup. Despite the Badgers seemingly controlling play throughout much of the game, Wisconsin fell late in overtime, 3-2.
As the weather gets colder, it brings with it a new hockey season. The Wisconsin Badgers will look to improve upon last season which saw them finish fifth in the Big Ten with a conference record of 6-17-1 and an overall record of 10-24-3. The Badgers will also look to defend their Kwik Trip Holiday Face-Off championship, a highlight of their season as they won the two day tournament in a shootout against Providence last year.