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Friday, February 03, 2023

Hockey

Ann-Renée Desbiens
HOCKEY

Desbiens, Badgers look to silence North Dakota

Fresh off a home sweep of St. Cloud State, No. 1 Wisconsin (15-2-1 WCHA, 20-2-1 overall) looks to continue to flex its high-powered offense against North Dakota (9-5-4, 12-7-5). The Badgers outscored St. Cloud State, No. 1 Wisconsin (15-2-1 WCHA, 20-2-1 overall) looks to continue to flex its high-powered offense against North Dakota (9-5-4, 12-7-5).


Minnesota
HOCKEY

Big Ten hockey preview: The rest of the conference

Penn State Come early April, Penn State fans may be calling Happy Valley, Hockey Valley. The Nittany Lions are unbeaten in their last 13 games and have only suffered one loss in their 15 games on the ice this season. Penn State’s success is, in large part, due to sophomore forward Andrew Sturtz.


HOCKEY

Nurse records hat trick as Badgers dominate rematch with No. 2 Minnesota

Wisconsin senior captain Sydney McKibbon knew that for the Badgers to beat No. 2 Minnesota they would need to start fast. “We’ve gotta come out flying tomorrow in the first eight to 10 minutes and try to get a couple goals in the first period,” McKibbon said following Saturday’s 2-0 loss. The Badgers followed her advice as top-ranked Wisconsin (11-2-1 WCHA, 15-2-1 overall) knocked off No. 2 Minnesota (12-2-2, 14-2-2) 8-2, Sunday afternoon at LaBahn Arena to split the Border Battle. Wisconsin scored four first-period goals, including two from senior forward Sarah Nurse, who gave the Badgers a 1-0 lead.


Wisconsin was prolific on offense, but could not contain Omaha defensively. 
HOCKEY

Badgers sputter on defense, fall to Omaha

In the second game of their weekend series against Omaha, the Badgers outshot the Mavericks 44-27, scored four goals, held the edge in zone time, created chances and really played one of their better offensive games of the season.


Ann-Renée Desbiens
HOCKEY

Desbiens ties record, Badgers coast past Bemidji State

Senior goalie Ann-Renée Desbiens recorded her 43rd career shutout to tie the NCAA career shutout record, as top-ranked Wisconsin (8-0-1 WCHA, 10-0-1, overall) blanked Bemidji State (2-6-1, 4-6-1) 5-0, Saturday afternoon at LaBahn Arena. “It’s kind of impressive, it’s not something I would have thought about when I got here three or four years ago,” Desbiens said of the milestone.


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