With a home weekend sweep against Lindenwood, the Badgers add on to their short winning streak, keeping season hopes alive.
Wisconsin earned their first two home victories of the season this past weekend amid a season fraught with disappointment. Will the two wins create momentum, or are they simply aberrations?
Amidst a disappointing start to the season, Wisconsin picked up their first two home wins against Long Island University.
After claiming their first two wins of the season against a top ten team, Wisconsin dropped two games to Penn State in an unimpressive fashion, only mustering one point all weekend.
The Wisconsin Men’s Hockey team started their season 0-4 after losing their opening two series, one against Big Ten opponent Ohio State and the other against former Western Collegiate Hockey Association rival St. Cloud State. Despite losing their opening four games this year, the team displayed some potential, especially against No. 8 St. Cloud.
After going winless in the season’s opening weekend, the Wisconsin Badgers dropped another two games to the St. Cloud State Huskies – leaving them with a concerning 0-4 record.
As pressure mounts on head coach Tony Granato, a potential successor awaits in ex-Badger Andy Brandt.
In the Badgers’ opening series, they went winless against Ohio State – even blowing a 3-0 lead on Saturday.
The Wisconsin Badgers began their 2022-23 campaign with an exhibition matchup against the Lakehead Thunderwolves. Despite accumulating more shots on goal, the Badgers suffered a 3-2 loss in overtime.
After a disappointing 2021-22 season, the Wisconsin Badgers men’s hockey team will look to return to Big Ten prominence with the help of some talented new faces and an experienced foundation.
#ColeForHobey. That's it.
While the Badgers are probably a lock to make the NCAA tournament, a couple of wins in the conference tourney wouldn't hurt.
Wisconsin needs just one more win to become Big Ten Champions for the 2021 season.
Wisconsin had a chance to earn the sweep on Saturday, but let the Fighting Irish squeak out a come-from-behind win to earn the split.
Michigan proved a worthy opponent for the red-hot Badgers, who held onto the top spot in the Big Ten with a road series split this weekend.
Ain't no rest for the Badgers, who face another top ten opponent this weekend after sweeping Minnesota out of the top spot in the Big Ten.