The Badgers continued their solid season performance by sweeping the Ohio State Buckeyes this past weekend.
After a historic start to the season, the Badgers have played a shaky few games — including a loss — in the series against an inferior Alaska Anchorage team.
The Wisconsin Badgers signed five new players for the 2024-25 hockey season.
With a 9-1-0 start, the Badger men’s team is now ranked alongside the women for the top spots in the country.
The Badgers have been red-hot to start the season and are now on a six-game winning streak.
The Badgers defeated the Wolverines both nights in slim, yet significant, victories.
Both the Wolverines and Badgers are hot right now, but one of their win streaks will end this weekend as the teams battle in this Big Ten Matchup.
After joining the rankings last week, the Badgers should continue climbing the leaderboard after a sweep of the top-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers this week.
As the Badgers men’s hockey team continues to prove they’re not the same team they were last year, their approach to the game is why they should be feared.
After losing their first ranked game to the University of North Dakota last week, the Badgers bounced back with a noteworthy sweep of the Michigan Tech Huskies.
The Badgers failed to show much offense against the University of North Dakota as they walked away with their first loss of the season.
The Badgers came back from a 3-2 deficit in the third period to eventually overcome Bemidji State in overtime in a close game Saturday.
The Badgers won both games this weekend against Augustana University in performances that showed a lot of strength but equally demonstrated room for improvement.
Wisconsin Men’s Hockey hosted a free ticket giveaway for students in preparation for the season kickoff.
New head coach Mike Hastings has lots of room to prove himself after a last-place Big Ten finish for the Badgers.
Wisconsin Director of Athletics Chris McIntosh announced the hiring of Mike Hasting as the men’s hockey coach in an email to the department Thursday afternoon.
A golden reputation wasn’t enough to delay the end of Tony Granato’s tumultuous coaching tenure in Madison.
To the surprise of few, Badgers men’s hockey coach Tony Granato was shown the door following multiple seasons of disappointment. How did they get here?
The Badgers’ nightmare season finally came to a close this past weekend against Michigan in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. After losing two winnable games, the university decided to cut ties with coach Tony Granato.