In the final series of the regular season, Wisconsin traveled to State College to receive a brutal beatdown on Friday before responding with an unlikely win on Saturday.
In the final home series of the regular season, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team was beaten to a pulp on Friday night before completely flipping the script on Saturday.
In the midst of a forgettably mediocre Wisconsin hockey season, the Badgers pulled off the impossible by defeating the top-ranked Gophers on Saturday and securing a series split.
Entering with a three-game losing streak, the Badgers were no match for the conference rival No. 6 Wolverines, dropping both games and surrendering 13 total goals.
The Badgers were once again pummeled by a ranked conference opponent — this time the No. 20 Fighting Irish, who won by two goals in both weekend contests.
The No. 7 Buckeyes visited the Kohl Center on Friday night, where they were defeated following one of Wisconsin’s strongest performances all season, before ultimately overtaking the Badgers on Saturday.
In their first home series in over a month, the Wisconsin Badgers proved to be their own worst enemies once again.
The Wisconsin Badgers returned to the Kohl Center ice for the first time in over a month. They began with a tough 2-0 victory on Friday night before looking uncompetitive on Saturday, falling 6-4.
For their first action in nearly three weeks, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team traveled to Milwaukee for the annual Kwik Trip Holiday Face-Off, where they defeated Lake Superior State before falling to Clarkson.
This past weekend’s abominable performance against archrival Minnesota was yet another reminder of Wisconsin’s fall from grace as a proud men’s hockey program and waning chances to return to that prominence. Changes must be made.
Entering with confidence after standing their ground against Michigan last weekend, the Badgers were no competition for the Minnesota Golden Gophers, who cruised their way to back-to-back wins.
Although the Badger men’s hockey season started poorly, they gained some hope in the form of their first conference win of the season, against Michigan. Here’s what stood out over the weekend.
After a two week break, the Wisconsin Badgers returned to the Kohl Center to face the Big Ten rival Michigan Wolverines, ending in a split series.
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.