SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Daniel Lebedeff created two amazing 3rd-interval will save as element of a 30-prevent exertion in the College of Wisconsin men’s hockey team’s 2-1 victory above No. 15 Notre Dame on Friday at Compton Household Ice Arena. Roman Ahcan’s next-interval target broke a tie for the Badgers, who gained on a Friday for the to start with time in 6 attempts in 2019 and the 3rd time in 15 attempts this period.
A few stars
No. 3: Cale Morris created 35 will save for the Fighting Irish, like a single stellar prevent on Brock Caufield in the next interval.
No. 2: Roman Ahcan scored and drew two Notre Dame penalties.
No. 1: Daniel Lebedeff’s night bundled important self-confidence-boosting will save.
Up up coming
The Badgers and the Irish complete the collection at 5 p.m. Saturday.
The College of Wisconsin men’s hockey crew will try to conclusion two streaks when it plays at No. 15 Notre Dame on Friday at Compton Household Ice Arena (6 p.m., NBCSN, 1310 AM).
The Badgers have dropped 5 straight Friday online games, element of a 2-10-2 file in collection openers this period. And they have long gone 25 attempts without having scoring a electrical power-perform target above the last 7 online games.
It may well be tricky for UW to get a lot of electrical power plays against the Irish, who consider the next-fewest penalty minutes per video game in the region (7.54). The Badgers are 10th at 13.43.
Badgers (9-14-5, 5-8-5-2 Significant 10)
Jack Gorniak – Seamus Malone – Will Johnson
Linus Weissbach – Tarek Baker – Sean Dhooghe
Roman Ahcan – Dominick Mersch – Brock Caufield
Max Zimmer – Mick Messner – Matthew Freytag
Tyler Inamoto – Wyatt Kalynuk
Jesper Peltonen – Ty Emberson
Fighting Irish (15-10-3, 8-8-2-2)
Cam Morrison – Jack Jenkins – Cal Burke
Colin Theisen – Jake Pivonka – Alex Steeves
Dylan Malmquist – Mike O’Leary – Michael Graham
Pierce Crawford – Cam Burke – Graham Slaggert
Bobby Nardella – Andrew Peeke
Spencer Stastney – Tory Dello
Matt Hellickson – Nate Clurman