Wisconsin State Journal reporter Todd Milewski and columnist Tom Oates break down everything Badgers fans need to know about the University of Wisconsin men's hockey team, the competition the Badgers face in the Big Ten, and other stories to watch during the 2019-20 season.
Two of seven members of the incoming class were first-round NHL draft picks, with a third likely following in that path next year.
Wisconsin State Journal reporter Todd Milewski takes a position-by-position look at the 2019-20 University of Wisconsin men's hockey roster.
The arrival of a third consecutive deep and talented recruiting class — this one even better than the first two — has ramped up expectations that this could be the year the Badgers return to college hockey's upper echelon.
After grades forced a leave of absence at Harvard, the Madison native has returned home to play for the Badgers and has opened up about his depression.
Four schools earned their first national championship in the 2010s, but Minnesota Duluth was the big winner. Experts weigh in on the factors that will decide who'll emerge in the next decade.
More than 20 players, most of them alumni of the Badgers men's and women's hockey teams, were part of UW strength coach Jim Snider's summer program this year.
Stange will play a full season in the United States Hockey League with the Sioux City Musketeers after winning state player of the year honors in hockey and baseball at Eau Claire North.