This semifinal game was quite literally March Madness –– for Big Ten playoff hockey.
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This season has thrown everything but the kitchen sink at No. 5 Wisconsin (19-8-1, 17-6-1 Big Ten) — a delayed start, COVID-19 cancellations, multiple injuries and World Junior Championship player absences. They came into the season ranked fifth in the Big Ten, ahead of only Michigan State and Penn State. But they didn’t let any of that stop them, as they came out as regular season Big Ten Champions and top of the leaderboards in multiple categories.
Notre Dame (10-12-2, 8-10-2 Big Ten) made No. 5 Wisconsin (15-8-1, 13-6-1 Big Ten) fight to the finish in both games this past weekend, with the Badgers winning game one but falling in overtime in game two.
For their first series atop the Big Ten leaderboard, No. 7 Wisconsin (14-8, 12-6 Big Ten) split the weekend with No. 8 Michigan (11-7, 9-7 Big Ten), coming up short on Saturday but turning around the narrative for Sunday.
Coming off of an exciting series sweep against then-No. 2 Minnesota, No. 7 Wisconsin (13-7, 11-5 Big Ten) will face No. 8 Michigan (10-6, 8-6 Big Ten) in Ann Arbor on Saturday and Sunday.
It has been almost 15 years since the University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s hockey team has sat alone atop the Big Ten Conference standings.
University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (11-7, 9-5 Big Ten) finished a series sweep of the Michigan State Spartans (6-10-2, 5-10-1 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon in dominating fashion, outscoring the Spartans 4-1 in game two and by a stunning 10-1 margin in the series.
After splitting last weekend with Penn State, No. 13 Wisconsin (9-7, 7-5 Big Ten) will face Michigan State (6-8-2, 5-8-1 Big Ten) at home this weekend in another Big Ten series.
After defeating the Nittany Lions the night before, No. 12 Wisconsin (9-7, 7-5 Big Ten) fell to Penn State (8-8, 6-8 Big Ten) 5-4 on Friday evening.
After falling short in both games earlier this season, No. 12/14 Wisconsin (8-6 overall, 6-4 Big Ten) swept Arizona State (5-11-2) at home.
After splitting the series with No. 1 Minnesota this past weekend, No. 12/14 Wisconsin (6-6 overall, 6-4 Big Ten) will face Arizona State (5-9-2) at home this weekend.
In their attempt to bounce back after two straight losses, No. 14 Wisconsin (4-5-0) fell to No. 13 Ohio State (2-3-0) 4-2 on Thursday night in Columbus
Badger Men’s Hockey: Wisconsin falls to 4-4 after Arizona State series, looks to bounce back against Ohio State
No. 14 Wisconsin (4-4) team fell back to .500 this last week after being swept by Arizona State in brutal fashion, as the Sun Devils outscored the Badgers 11-6 over the series. The Badgers were without four top contributors: forwards Roman Ahcan, Tarek Baker, Dominick Mersch and Ty Pelton-Byce because of COVID-19 protocols.
As part of Gameday IV, The Daily Cardinal’s Reagan Eckley takes a look around the conference for a couple of high-profile matchups this Saturday.
After sweeping Notre Dame their season opener, No. 14 Wisconsin (2-1) was unable to keep the momentum alive and fell to No. 6 Michigan (3-0) 5-2 in the first game of their home opener series.
Coming into the 2019-20 season, Wisconsin men’s hockey garnered a lot of attention as a team that could potentially rise to the top of the Big Ten after six straight seasons of missing the NCAA Tournament. Tony Granato’s Badgers, however, failed to deliver on those expectations after falling to 14-20 and missing the tournament for the seventh season in a row.
The No. 9 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) announced as of Thursday that a total of 16 players and staff members had tested positive for COVID-19, resulting in a pause of all activities and the cancellation of their scheduled game for Saturday against Nebraska (0-1).
On Friday morning, UW-Madison announced Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s appointment to a four-year term on the NCAA Board of Governors as a representative of the Big Ten athletic conference.
The announcement of the return of Big Ten football last Wednesday has players and fans all across the country excited to see their teams back in action. But with the other conferences starting play weeks before the Big Ten, the College Football Playoff outlook is now changing for the other Power Five conferences.
This past weekend, Wisconsin softball (14-10 overall) traveled to Tampa, Florida for the USF Tournament, their final pre-season tournament, and played five games over three days.