Wisconsin Badgers Lose Home Ice for WCHA Tournament

Badger TrackerAnalyst IMarch 9, 2008


Just like last night, North Dakota and St. Cloud State skated to a tie on Saturday, giving St. Cloud one point and putting them in a tie for fourth place in the WCHA with Minnesota State.

Since MSU-Mankato went 2-0-0 against St. Cloud, the Mavericks will be the No. 4 seed and St. Cloud will be No. 5. That means Wisconsin will be No. 6—and will be riding a bus to St. Cloud, Minnesota, next weekend.

If you want to follow the team, just hop on I-94 west and keep going till you're about an hour past the Twin Cities.

The Badgers lost their last meeting with the Huskies but were unbeaten in the previous fourteen games in the teams' series. They'll have to win two of three on the road to advance to the WCHA Final Five in St. Paul which will wrap up two weeks from tonight.

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