The Wisconsin Badger Men’s Hockey Team’s woes continued last night in Green Bay, Wis. with a 4-1 loss to Northern Michigan. This completed the series sweep for Northern Michigan who beat the Badgers 2-0 a night earlier in game one. The latest loss has left Badgers, and fans, looking for answers as Wisconsin falls to […]
Wisconsin Badgers hockey and the Resch Center have a love-hate relationship as of late, the Resch Center loves having the Badgers visit, but there’s little doubt the hockey team hates playing there these days. It wasn’t always that way though, as the Badgers won three of the first four games at the Resch, starting their […]
The Matchup: No. 18/RV Wisconsin at Northern Michigan Dates: Friday-Saturday, Oct. 17-18 | 7 p.m. CT Location: Green Bay, Wis. | Resch Center (8,709) Ice Surface: 200’ x 85’ TV: None Radio: WIBA AM 1310 — Brian Posick (Play-by-play) and Paul Capobianco (Analyst) Video Stream: WCHA.TV ($) Audio Stream: Badgersportsnetwork.com (Free) All-Time Series: UW leads 46-27-6 (5-4-1 at neutral site) Last Meeting: Wisconsin […]
The UW Men’s Hockey team was back in Madison this week after a tough road trip to Alaska where they dropped both games in the Kendal Hockey Classic. Starting their season with a 0-2 record and dropping from the number 10 spot all the way to 18 in the NCAA rankings. Despite the fall in […]
Wisconsin wondered all offseason where the goals were going to come from, but after the opener it may be wondering simply where the shots are going to come from. The Badgers failed to generate much on offense and couldn’t stay out of the penalty box in a 1-0 loss to the Alaska Nanooks in the opening […]
The University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s hockey team drops the puck later tonight in their season debut as they face of against Alaska in the opening round of the Kendall Hockey Classic all the way in Anchorage, Alaska at 8:00 PM Central Standard Time. After a short stint in the NCAA tourney, losing to North […]
Losing your top five scorers in one offseason has a way of making people wonder just how good a program can be the following season. It’s part of the reason Big Ten coaches picked Wisconsin to finish third in their preseason poll. That happens when you’ve also got one of the youngest teams in the […]
The University of Wisconsin, the city of Madison and United States hockey wouldn’t be the same without the name Bob Suter. However, the hockey world and the Badgers athletic family will be down one of the greats. Andy Baggot of the Wisconsin State Journal is reporting that Bob Suter has passed away at the age […]
The state of Wisconsin has had a big impact on the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey program in recent years. In 2014-15 two players from in-state will have a major impact as captains on the team. Head coach Mike Eaves announced that Waupaca native Brad Navin, and Mosinee native Chase Drake will be co-captains for […]
Wisconsin hockey needs quality non-conference opponents, that’s the truth of the matter in the Big Ten of today. There are two tiers — with Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan representing likely NCAA teams —while Ohio State, Michigan State and Penn State make up a tier of teams that don’t have the history of the upper echelon […]
Wisconsin Badgers hockey is no stranger to players getting selected in the NHL Draft, and that tradition continued early on in the 2014 NHL Draft. The Nashville Predators selected incoming freshman Jack Dougherty in the second round on Saturday morning. Dougherty, a Cottage Grove, Min. native became the first Badger picked in the NHL Draft […]
Wisconsin hockey’s non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 season has been know for awhile, but on Thursday the Big Ten finally announced the schedule for conference games. With the announcement we now know the full schedule for Badger hockey this upcoming season. UW won’t open its Big Ten campaign until a series at home against Penn […]
With the NFL draft completed, there is just one other draft that affects the University of Wisconsin this season—the NHL draft. The Badgers are not unaccustomed to having prospects and players be drafted in to the league, but as of late it has cost the Badgers a lot of continuity. The latest example of that […]
With a multitude of forwards being lost to graduation and early entry in to the NHL, the Badgers were in need of help on the front line for next season. On Thursday, that help came in the form of USHL veteran Cullen Hurley, who announced his commitment to Wisconsin via Twitter.
Wisconsin’s rich tradition at the international hockey level continues this year, as a trio of Badgers were announced as part of the first 15 members of Team USA for the 2014 IIHF World Championships. Jake McCabe, Jake Gardiner and Craig Smith all will don the USA shirt in Minsk, Belarus from May 9-25.