A Wisconsin men’s hockey player is a World Juniors hopeful, but another is rejected | Wisconsin

A University of Wisconsin hockey player is back at it for a berth at the World Junior Championships. Another one will fail again. Charlie Stramel, a center, was the youngest member of the US team last season at the World Juniors after it was pushed back to August. He was invited to next week’s US … Read more

Wisconsin women’s hockey is nearing the top spot in the national rankings | Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team closes the gap to No. 1 in Ohio State in the national polls. The Badgers stayed in second place behind the Buckeyes in Monday’s USCHO.com poll, but received seven first-place votes to Ohio State’s nine. The Badgers won 13-1 on Friday and 4-1 on Saturday against Bemidji State. … Read more

AND freshman Blake thrives in top-line opportunity: College Hockey News

December 5, 2022 TO PRESS through Ryan Sikes/CHN reporter Related Articles North Dakota North Dakota freshman Jackson Blake excelled at every point in his fledgling hockey career. Still, he was determined to make an instant impression with the Fighting Hawks. The unpredictability of when that first goal might come can be overwhelming. The Eden Prairie, … Read more

Summary: Quinnipiac keeps rolling; BU Deserves Sweep: College Hockey News

December 3, 2022 TO PRESS Ties abound for Providence, BC, UMass and Lowell CHN employee report Quinnipiac has broken through to No. 2 in the pairwise, and this was another game that showed why. The Bobcats were relentless, especially after falling 2-1 to Clarkson in the first half with two late goals. QU then came … Read more

Roundup: Okabe hat-trick drives St. Cloud past North Dakota : College Hockey News

December 4, 2022 TO PRESS Denver, Minnesota, Omaha Earn sweeps CHN employee report Over the weekend, St. Cloud State North Dakota had not swept at home in 21 years. It has now. And it needed a big comeback. Trailing 3-0, the Huskies got rolling and scored 23 seconds after the third AND goal. Then Zach … Read more

Wisconsin’s shot at a Michigan No. 5 sweep ends with a late goal outnumbered

The dangerous shorthanded chances that the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team allowed in the first two halves on Saturday finally caught up with them in the third. The Badgers gave Michigan No. 5 three breakaways on the power play. A Tyson Jugnauth turnover on UW’s last of six chances converted into Mark Estapa’s second … Read more

Goals early in periods carry Wisconsin women’s hockey to another win at Bemidji State | Wisconsin

Scoring wasn’t as successful for the University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team on Saturday, but the result was the same. The Badgers scored in the first minute of the second and third periods in a 4-1 win over Bemidji State of Minnesota. UW ended a four-game sweep of their season streak against the Beavers with … Read more

Nothing unfortunate about that 13 as Britta Curl’s hat-trick leads Wisconsin’s loss | Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin hockey captain Britta Curl has been a long time coming from a game with multiple goals. It came amid an avalanche of Badgers gates Friday afternoon in Bemidji state. Curl scored three goals for her first collegiate hat trick and second-highest UW scored their second-highest goal tally in program history with a … Read more

Nothing unfortunate about that 13 as Britta Curl’s hat-trick leads Wisconsin’s loss | Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin hockey captain Britta Curl has been a long time coming from a game with multiple goals. It came amid an avalanche of Badgers gates Friday afternoon in Bemidji state. Curl scored three goals for her first collegiate hat trick and second-highest UW scored their second-highest goal tally in program history with a … Read more

Lindenwood comes alive before our eyes: College Hockey News

November 26, 2022 TO PRESS The new program has caused quite a stir with its menagerie of transfers and others looking to prove themselves through Brevin Monroe/CHN reporter Related Articles basswood In March 2022, on the first day of the ACHA National Tournament, Lindenwood coach Rick Zombo received a call at 5:30 a.m. The call … Read more