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Saturday, November 26, 2022

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Men's Hockey: Hockey holidays

For most people, the holidays are the most joyous time of year. They are time spent with family, and time spentpracticing of close-held traditions. Putting up the Christmas tree and lights, leaving cookies and milk out for Santa Claus and waking up early on Christmas morning to see what he left you. But, for student athletes such as members of the Wisconsin men’s hockey team, the holidays are a bit different from more traditional festivities.


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Men's Hockey: Badgers fail to take step forward

Facing top ranked teams has become increasingly routine for the Wisconsin men’s hockey team this season, but after failing to come away with a win against No. 1 Minnesota-Duluth, the young Badgers are still looking to take the next step forward.


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Men's Hockey: UW to face off with No. 1 Bulldogs

Coming off of its bye-week, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team (4-7-1 WCHA, 7-8-1 overall) is hoping that that time off will have the team in top shape as it prepares to welcome No. 1 Minnesota-Duluth (9-2-1, 11-3-2) to the Kohl Center this weekend.


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Men's Hockey: Encouraging signs abound for young Wisconsin team

Head coach Mike Eaves has said all season long that it is a “process” with this year’s young Wisconsin men’s hockey team (4-7-1 WCHA, 5-8-1 overall), and after getting swept on the road by Colorado College, the team will have plenty to look at and grow from as they return home to face Mercyhurst (5-1-1 Atlantic Hockey, 6-5-1 overall) this weekend.


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Men's hockey: Badgers prepare for clash with No. 1 Minnesota

After salvaging a point on the road this past weekend on the road in St. Cloud, Minn., the ever-growing Wisconsin men’s hockey team (3-4-1 WCHA, 4-5-1 overall) returns home to work out the kinks and prepare for a showdown with No. 1 Minnesota (6-0, 9-1) this weekend at the Kohl Center.


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Wisconsin remains winless on the road

The Wisconsin men’s hockey team (3-4-1 WCHA, 4-5-1 overall) traveled to St. Cloud, Minn. this weekend, looking for its first road win of the season against St. Cloud State, but after a disappointing loss on Friday and a hard-fought tie on Saturday, the search goes on.


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First month encouraging for young Badgers team

According to head coach Mike Eaves, if you had told him at the beginning of the season that his young Wisconsin men’s hockey team (3-3 WCHA, 4-4 overall) would be .500 at the end of the season’s first month, he would have taken it, and that is exactly where the Badgers find themselves after their first four weekends of play.


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