#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 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.
Eight games remain for the Badgers, who are holding on to a very narrow edge atop the Big Ten standings.
Wisconsin's wins keep coming thanks to a solid weekend from a star-studded first line.
Sitting at 7-5, Wisconsin needs to string some wins together if they hope to get back to the top of the Big Ten standings. A two game series against a mediocre Michigan State team this weekend should play right in the Badgers' favor.
A burst of third period scoring wasn't enough for Wisconsin to come back from a disastrous first period Friday night.
Freshman goaltender Cameron Rowe's shutout helped lead the Badgers to a series sweep against the Sun Devils.