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It’s 7:00 on a Friday night, and as the lights dim over the Kohl Center ice and Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” fades in, five words flash across the big screen, juxtaposed over a highlight reel of the season’s biggest moments: “Wisconsin, this is your team.”
It’s been a rollercoaster ride of a season for the No. 14 Wisconsin men’s hockey team.
Following a tough 3-2 overtime loss Monday night, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team looks to regroup and make a run over its last two series of the season.
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CHICAGO—The Badgers seem to have found their hot streak in the coldest of environments.
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If the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (9-6-7 WCHA, 12-9-7 overall) has experience with one thing this season, it’s close games. For the 15th and 16th times, the Badgers played in games this weekend that were decided by one goal or less.
When the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (8-5-5 WCHA, 11-8-5 overall) skates into Ralph Engelstad Arena to play North Dakota (8-5-5, 13-8-5) for the first time this season, both teams will be five points out of first place in the WCHA.
A lot of talk has surrounded the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (2-5-5 WCHA, 4-7-5 overall) this season as they transition into their new locker room and practice facility.
Madison is a town steeped in history. This history is part of the reason I chose to attend school here. My father and his brother, my uncle, both attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for at least a semester, as well as a few of my cousins and friends.
The Wisconsin men’s hockey team (2-5-3 WCHA, 2-7-3 Overall) entered this weekend in a precarious position, having failed to escape the last three series with a win.
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Facing adversity that was at times overwhelming, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (1-3-2 WCHA, 1-5-2 overall) managed to force a tie Friday night, and battled to a tough loss Saturday against No. 3 Minnesota (4-2-2, 7-2-2) in Minneapolis.
With the season still young, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (1-0-1 WCHA, 1-2-1 overall) has already seen its share of ups and downs.
The Badgers (1-0-1 WHCA, 1-2-1 overall) had two weeks to mull over a heartbreaking season-opening pair of losses to Northern Michigan in which they were unable to hold a lead in the third period of both games.
This season’s opening series for the Wisconsin men’s hockey (0-2-0 overall) team didn’t go quite as well as it had hoped.
Just five days after Nebraska’s second-half comeback left the Badgers reeling, Wisconsin is looking to regain some of the bravado that put it on the map as a perennial Big Ten contender and catapulted it to two consecutive Rose Bowl Games.
The Badger women’s volleyball team (8-1 overall) kicked off their 2012 season at home this weekend with wins in nine straight sets en route to the Inn Towner Invitational title at the UW Fieldhouse. After sweeping Drake on Friday and overcoming an early first set deficit Saturday against North Dakota State, Wisconsin took the momentum early in the championship game against Milwaukee, and held on to win 25-15, 26-24, 25-23.