No. 10 Wisconsin (3–1–0 overall, 1–1–0 Big Ten) went into Boston on Friday and snagged a quality win, knocking off Boston College 5–2. Five different Badgers netted goals in the victory over the Eagles.
Sophomore forward Trent Frederic got the scoring started late in the first period, one-timing a Linus Weissbach assist past Eagles goaltender Joe Woll. Frederic has now scored a point in each Badgers game of this young season.
.@Weissbach68 forced a turnover and set up this @tfreddy42 pic.twitter.com/8Qin2bsqdd— Wisconsin Hockey (@BadgerMHockey) October 13, 2017
BC tied the game a minute-and-a-half later on a Graham McPhee goal, but redshirt senior defenseman Tim Davison would put the Badgers back on top 2-1 at just 1:13 of the second period.
No doubt about that one! What a shot from @TDavison26! pic.twitter.com/mxOOpr7YCy— Wisconsin Hockey (@BadgerMHockey) October 14, 2017
Junior forward Seamus Malone scored the game-winner midway through the period, slamming one home past Woll at close range.
(Auth. note: I’m happy to say that I correctly predicted both the Malone goal and the Badgers win in my annual conversation with our good friends at BC Interruption.)
All (M)alone at the back door for his first of the season! pic.twitter.com/CA7IlAUijK— Wisconsin Hockey (@BadgerMHockey) October 14, 2017
Junior forward Matthew Freytag but the Badgers up 4–1 early in the fourth on a pretty wrister from inside the offensive zone circle.
Well this is fun. pic.twitter.com/Pf1bNOgtUa— Wisconsin Hockey (@BadgerMHockey) October 14, 2017
BC would pull one back but freshman forward Tarek Baker scored his team-leading third goal of the season on an empty net to cap the 5–2 win.
Sliding into the win like pic.twitter.com/Mt6bagqS7o— Wisconsin Hockey (@BadgerMHockey) October 14, 2017
Goaltender Kyle Hayton grabbed 29 saves for his third win as a Badger. On the season, Hayton now holds a 2.26 GAA and a .905 SV%.
Wisconsin continues the road trip on Saturday against Merrimack. Puck drops at 6 p.m. in North Andover, Mass.