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We have already seen this matchup.
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers’ women’s hockey team (9-1-1 WCHA, 17-1-1 overall) scraped by the No. 10 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs (4-5-2 WCHA, 8-7-2 overall) by a score of 4-3 on Friday night for the Badgers fifth straight win.
Quintez Cephus made sure to make the most of Axe week and the matchup against rival Minnesota.
On Oct. 26, the Wisconsin Badgers posed no more of a threat to the Ohio State Buckeyes than any other team on the Buckeyes’ schedule to that point, and the Badgers got romped to a 38-7 final. So, when the Badgers take the field this Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with a Big Ten Championship on the line, their opponent, the still-undefeated Buckeyes, will have no shortage of confidence.
A year ago, around this time, Jack Coan wasn’t under center yet. He wasn’t taking snaps in front of a deflated Camp Randall crowd watching their Wisconsin Badgers fall to Minnesota for the first time in 15 seasons. Yet, from the sidelines, he and his teammates experienced the gravity of a loss that would hang on their backs for the next twelve months.
After a rough showing at the Legends Classic Tournament in New York, Wisconsin’s record fell to 4-3 after a loss to both Richmond and New Mexico during tournament play. However, the Badgers look to turn things around as they prepare to face NC State (5-2) during the Big Ten/ACC Challenge in Raleigh, NC on Wednesday.
In the inaugural Country Classic tournament held at the Ford Ice Center Bellevue in Nashville, Tenn., the dominant No. 2 Badgers (8-1-1-0 WCHA, 16-1-1 overall) outskated the Harvard Crimson (5-0-0 ECAC, 5-4-0 overall) 5-1 on Friday evening; then the No. 8 Boston College Eagles (10-3-1 Hockey East, 11-4-2 overall) 5-3 on Saturday afternoon.
Bring on all the boat-related puns and all the different ways that they can sink.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (14-1-1 overall, 8-1-1 WCHA) head south this weekend to take on the Harvard Crimson (5-2 overall, 5-0 ECAC Hockey) and the eighth-ranked Boston College Golden Eagles (11-3-1 overall, 10-3-1 WHEA) at the Ford Ice Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
The No. 3 seeded Wisconsin Badgers’ (10-0-1 Big Ten, 16-4-6 overall) NCAA tournament run came to an end this Sunday with a loss to the No. 2 seed UCLA Bruins (8-3-0 Pac-12, 17-4-1 overall) in the Sweet Sixteen. This was the second meeting between the two sides this year, both of which UCLA emerged as the victors by scores of 1-0, and 2-0 respectively.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (8-1-1 WCHA, 14-1-1 overall) completed another road sweep against St. Cloud State (0-10-0 WCHA, 3-10-1 overall). This marked their 23rd and 24th straight wins against the Huskies.
In front of a packed Field House, the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (17-1 Big Ten, 21-5 overall) did not disappoint as they swept the No. 6 Nebraska Cornhuskers (15-3 Big Ten, 23-4 overall) in three consecutive sets.
After a tough 1-0 home victory over Milwaukee (8-0-1 Horizon League, 17-2-1 overall) in the last round, the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (10-0-1 Big Ten, 16-3-2 overall) travelled to L.A. and emerged victorious in a hard fought battle over Duke (3-1-6 ACC, 9-4-7) to move on to the round of sixteen. It will be a quick turnaround for the Badgers, as they play No. 7 UCLA (8-3-0 Pac-12, 16-4-1) Sunday evening. It will be a very difficult matchup, as UCLA ran through their first two opponents in the tournament, Lamar University and Clemson, 4-1 and 5-0 respectively.
P.J. Fleck ended his post-game press conference earlier in the day with the words “Boiler Up,” but the Minnesota Golden Gophers would receive no favors from Purdue on Saturday.
No.12 Wisconsin (8-2 overall, 5-2 Big Ten) welcomes Purdue (4-6 overall, 3-4 Big Ten) for the final home game of the season.
Wisconsin’s last home game of the season vs Purdue is a must-win game for the Badgers, as is every game for the rest of the season if they want a chance to beat out Minnesota for the Big Ten West. Purdue is struggling with a record of 4-6, but are coming off of back-to-back wins.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and the Badgers have one team in particular to be thankful for as the holiday approaches: the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Minnesota's loss opens up Big Ten West, middle-of-the-pack teams look to become bowl eligible at end of year
Minnesota’s undefeated season ended just as they crossed the biggest obstacle to playing at Lucas Oil Stadium in December for the Big Ten Championship.