Wisconsin Men's Hockey
The Wisconsin native and alum is returning to Madison behind the bench.
After one of the worst seasons in the storied history of the Wisconsin men’s hockey program, head coach Tony Granato will be back behind the bench.
The native of Stevens Point, and Badgers legend, is tearing it up in the bigs this season.
The Badgers played hard and, quite frankly, that was probably the best we as fans could’ve hoped for.
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The Badgers were swept by the Gophers, losing by a combined 13-0 over the two games this weekend.
The Badgers won big on Saturday but their comeback fell just short on Sunday night.
The Badgers blew out the Spartans on Friday and battled back on Saturday for a huge Big Ten sweep.
The Badgers beat Yale and No. 16 Providence on their way to the tournament championship.
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Brock Caufield tied it in the third and then won it in overtime to help the Badgers to a huge series-opening win.
The defending Big Ten champs will have a new look lineup and a tough schedule both in and out of conference.
Brian Elliott, Jake McCabe and Ryan Suter have signed free agent deals this week.
Laatsch is the second incoming freshman to be drafted by an NHL team.
This is the fourth straight year that the Badgers have had a first round selection.
The two hockey stars are now eligible to be named the Big Ten Athlete of the Year.
An extremely impressive accomplishment for the former Badgers defenseman.
The former Badger had an excellent rookie season for the Rangers.
The Badgers picked up another three commitments, including the top player in Wisconsin!
The two former Badgers are in the conference finals, which start on Sunday afternoon.
Which former Badgers are still in the hunt for the best trophy in sports?
A number of Badgers are going pro and one high profile transfer is coming in from across the border.
The first round of the NCAA Tournament is not where we expected the season to end, but...here we are.
They don’t ask how, they ask how many.
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