Badgers-Sioux men skate to 3-3 tie, UW women beat MSU 3-0Wisconsin Sports
- The Wisconsin men's hockey team blew a two-goal lead -- twice -- but held on for a 3-3 tie at North Dakota while the UW women's team shutout Minnesota State
The Wisconsin men's hockey team blew a two-goal lead -- twice -- but held on for a 3-3 tie at North Dakota.
Wisconsin's record is now 10-5-2, including 7-4-2 in the WCHA.
Goals by Craig Smith and Blake Geoffrion gave the Badgers are 2-0 lead in the first period. Andy Bohmbach scored the final Wisconsin goal in the second period.
The Fighting Sioux earned the tie with two power play goals. The Badgers were 0-for-3 with an extra man.
Brooke Ammerman had two goals and Wisconsin's Alannah McCready notched her first shutout as the women's hockey Badgers blanked Minnesota State-Mankato 3-0.
Wisconsin has gone five games without a loss and the team's record improves to 11-5-3, including 8-4-1 in conference play.
Senior captain Jasmine Giles had Wisconsin's other score on a power play in the second period.
The Badgers look for the sweep in a 3 p.m. game this afternoon at All Seasons Arena in Mankato.