Wisconsin has now lost three consecutive games after a hot start to the season.
Badger Men’s Hockey: Wisconsin falls to 4-4 after Arizona State series, looks to bounce back against Ohio StateBy Cole Wozniak and Reagan Eckley | Dec. 3
The 14th-ranked Badgers have a chance to recover from last weekend's rough outing against Arizona State as they take on the 13th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes on Thursday and Friday.
The Badgers couldn't hold off a fast-strike Michigan offense in Thursday night's home opener.
Back-to-back victories have the 2020 season looking much more promising than last year's failures.
The UW men's hockey team seeks to bounce back after a rough 2019-20 campaign.
The margins between winning and losing are often small, for Wisconsin’s men’s hockey team on Saturday night, they couldn’t have been smaller.
With just over 13 minutes left in the second period Wisconsin goaltender Daniel Lebedeff made a glove save on Notre Dame’s Colin Theisen.
If you’ve felt like Wisconsin’s men’s hockey team had been chasing the action all game in recent years, you wouldn’t be far off.
10 minutes, 50 seconds. That’s how long Wisconsin was able to extend its season, taking No. 18 Penn State to overtime in the final game of its Big Ten Tournament first-round series.
A chaos-filled end to regular season play drastically changed the Big Ten Tournament bracket before Saturday’s action.
When senior center Seamus Malone went off for a hooking with two minutes and 28 seconds left in overtime, Wisconsin’s chances of making it to the end of the period looked slim.
The struggling Badgers (5-8-5 Big Ten, 9-14-5 overall) travel to No. 15 Notre Dame (8-8-2 Big Ten, 15-10-3 overall) this weekend, hoping to snap a four-game winless streak.
Nearly everyone knows what Mark Johnson did on Feb. 22, 1980. With a pair of goals in an Olympic hockey game against the Soviet Union, Johnson took center stage in one of the most famous sporting events in history.
In his three years with Wisconsin, Mark Johnson racked up a program-record 125 goals through a combination of accurate shooting, elite skating, smart play with the puck and timely hockey instincts.
When athletic director Barry Alvarez hired Tony Granato to replace Mike Eaves as head coach of the Wisconsin men’s hockey team, the reception inside and outside the program was nearly unanimous: The Badgers had swung big, and got their guy.
As Wisconsin headed to East Lansing for its road test against Michigan State, the focus inside and outside of the locker room was on how the Badgers (5-6-5 Big Ten, 9-12-5 overall) would handle their second meeting with the Spartans (6-8-4, 10-13-5) elite top line without the ability to dictate line matchups.
Road Reversal: After years of success away from home, Badgers struggling to find results this seasonBy Cameron Lane-Flehinger | Jan. 23, 2019
At the start of head coach Tony Granato’s tenure, Wisconsin went into opposing teams’ buildings and played like they had slept the night in their own beds. The Badgers went 14-13-1 away from Madison in the first two years under Granato — better than their 15-18-4 record in the Kohl Center — despite traveling to some of the toughest road environments in college hockey.
Twice on Friday night Wisconsin fell behind against against Notre Dame, and twice it came charging back. After Will Johnson poked in a rebound of his own shot with 12 minutes left in regulation to tie the game at four goals a side, it looked like the Badgers had managed to grab at least a tie from the jaws of defeat.
Even Wisconsin’s (4-3-3 Big Ten, 8-9-3 overall) magic on Saturday night couldn’t save them from losing another tough game to No. 8 Denver (4-4-0 NCHC, 12-4-2 overall).
At least Wisconsin has hockey, right? After a disappointing day from both men’s basketball and volleyball, both the men's and women’s hockey teams came out of the day with dominant victories.