Both the University of Wisconsin women's hockey and men's hockey teams stayed put in the national rankings on Monday.
The women's team will take the No. 1 spot in the USCHO.com Division I poll into the final week of the regular season. The men's team was No. 5 for the second straight week.
The Badgers men (15-8-1, 13-6-1 Big Ten) defeated and tied Notre Dame last week, losing two third-period leads on Saturday but rallying late to force overtime.
They play Ohio State on Friday and Saturday at LaBahn Arena in their final home games of the season.
1. Boston College (27)
2. North Dakota (12)
3. Minnesota State (1)
6. St. Cloud State
8. Boston University
10. Minnesota Duluth
13. Bowling Green
16. American International
18. Lake Superior State
19. Bemidji State
20. Michigan Tech
The Badgers women's hockey team was off last week and takes an eight-game undefeated streak into games at No. 7 Minnesota Duluth on Friday and Saturday.
The Badgers (11-2-1) need to gain at least two of the six points available in the series for an outright win of their fourth Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season championship in the last five seasons.
1. Wisconsin (14)
2. Northeastern (1)
3. Ohio State
6. Boston College
7. Minnesota Duluth
8. Penn State
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If a 7-0 victory against Ohio State at LaBahn Arena was Cole Caufield's last time playing at home for the Badgers, it was the kind of effort UW fans will want to remember him by.
Holloway scored twice on the power play to lead the Badgers past the Buckeyes.
Ty Pelton-Byce scored twice for the Badgers, including the tying goal with 26.8 seconds left after UW let two third-period leads slip away.
Coach Tony Granato went down the lineup in handing out individual laurels for good chances created, hits dished out or composed plays in the defensive zone.
The Badgers erase the sour taste of their largest loss of the season with their first victory at Michigan in their past eight tries.
A four-goal second period by the Wolverines was the difference after the Badgers took the lead.
No. 11 UW is alone atop the conference standings after completing its first series sweep at Minnesota in 12 years with an emphatic 8-1 victory against the second-ranked Golden Gophers.
Cole Caufield broke a tie with seven minutes remaining and Dylan Holloway figured in two goals in the following 2:18 as Wisconsin beat Minnesota 4-1.
Cole Caufield scores two goals for the second straight game and Linus Weissbach records his first three-point game of the season.
Robbie Beydoun stopped 19 shots for his second shutout of the season.
After falling behind 3-0 in the first period, the Badgers couldn't pull all the way back with a late push.
The Badgers scored two power-play goals to win at Penn State for the first time in five tries.
A third-period penalty kill was "probably the biggest five minutes of our season so far," Badgers coach Tony Granato said.
UW freshman Cameron Rowe makes 11 saves for his first shutout.
The Badgers outshot the Gophers but paid the price for turnovers, a slow line change and a bad penalty.
Beydoun made 35 saves as the Badgers knocked off the Gophers in their first game since Dec. 4.
Cameron Rowe made 40 saves in his first collegiate start as the Badgers split a series at the Buckeyes.
The Badgers have lost all three games since four forwards became unavailable due to COVID-19 protocol.
Sophomore Jax Murray scored his first two collegiate goals for the Sun Devils as the Badgers fell to .500.
The Badgers were missing five forwards, one of whom sources said was held out because of a positive COVID-19 test and three others who were close contacts.
Caufield had his second hat trick for the Badgers and Tarek Baker scored a key short-handed goal.
Robbie Beydoun made a career-high 49 saves for the Badgers.
Missing their top two centers, the Badgers nearly emerged with a split against the sixth-ranked Wolverines.
The Wolverines scored three times in the final 5 minutes, 22 seconds of the second period to turn a deficit into a two-goal lead going into the intermission.
Dylan Holloway's third-period goal put the Badgers ahead for good after they lost two-goal and one-goal leads.
Linus Weissbach helped provide the offense and Robbie Beydoun was a stable presence in goal in the Badgers' 2-0 victory over No. 20 Notre Dame.