The Badgers will travel to Columbus this Friday and Saturday for a two-game series against a struggling Ohio State team. The Buckeyes’ defense has allowed at least four goals in five of their last six outings.
The Wisconsin Badgers tied the Michigan Wolverines 4-4 in a back-and-forth battle Saturday night at the Kohl Center.
In a tension-filled, penalty-loaded bloodbath, the Michigan Wolverines skated past the Wisconsin Badgers by a score of 4-1 Friday night at the Kohl Center.
After suffering back-to-back two-game sweeps against Penn State and Minnesota, the Badgers (1-7-2 Big Ten, 4-12-6 overall) will look to right the ship this weekend with the Alaska Nanooks (5-11-4 WCHA, 7-13-4 overall) in town.
Despite being outscored by four goals, Wisconsin was able to survive the weekend with only one loss against No.9 Denver after tying the Pioneers Friday night.The Badgers put forward a strong effort in Friday’s 3-3 tie, but ultimately ran out of gas Saturday, falling 6-2.
After a much-needed sweep of Arizona State last weekend, Wisconsin (2-3-3) will take its momentum West as it prepares for the nation’s top-ranked team, North Dakota (6-0-2), Friday and Saturday.
Desperately searching for its first win of the season, Wisconsin (0-3-3) will welcome the Arizona State Sun Devils (4-4-0) to the Kohl Center this Friday and Saturday. Despite an offensive outburst last weekend at Ferris State, the Badgers were unable to earn their first victory of the season after tying the Bulldogs 5-5 and losing 2-1 in consecutive games. Although the Badgers are still winless, head coach Mike Eaves has remained upbeat noting several positives that have resulted from his young team’s play. “One of the good things was the fact we scored five goals.
The Badgers will travel to Big Rapids, Mich. this weekend with hopes of avenging last week’s nightmare performance in Boston. Despite being outscored 10-1 in its last two games, Wisconsin has remained confident with its sights set high on the Ferris State Bulldogs this weekend.