It's championship weekend for the Badgers, who shape up favorably to the nation's title contenders.
After a successful series against the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers will return to face the Bemidji State Beavers on their home ice this weekend.
The Badgers are back on the ice this weekend as they finish out their home schedule at Labahn Arena.
The two top teams in the WCHA face off in Minneapolis on Friday and Saturday. Last time around, the Badgers swept the Gophers in LaBahn Arena.
Four wins in a row has Wisconsin back at the very top of the WCHA rankings as the schedule turns toward February.
The nation's top team hung ten goals on their opponent Friday night thanks to a dominant power play performance.
Coming off a series sweep of rival Minnesota, The No. 1 ranked Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (6-2-0) will play St. Cloud State (3-7-1) on the road this weekend.
After a long COVID-19 pause, Wisconsin will have to take down a tough Ohio State team to hold onto the nation's top ranking this weekend.
The first-ranked Badgers are back on the ice this weekend after a long hiatus thanks to COVID-19 protocols.
The Badgers' emergency cancellation comes just two series into the young season, a concerning development for the nation's top-ranked team.
The first-ranked Badgers shutout the Buckeyes in Saturday's matchup to earn the series split.
No. 2 Wisconsin battled and bested the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes for a 2-1 win in double overtime Sunday at the Kohl Center, in front of a 1400-person crowd.
In their first series of February, No. 1 Wisconsin (14-2-1-0 WCHA, 24-2-1 overall) stomped unranked St. Cloud State (1-17-1-0 WCHA, 5-19-4 overall) 11-1 at LaBahn Arena in Madison.