Wisconsin Badgers Men’s Hockey Sweeps Michigan State Spartans

The Wisconsin Badgers (8-13-3, 5-8-1 B1G) men’s hockey team uses two goals in the third period to take down the Michigan State Spartans (11-12-1, 5-9-0 B1G) tonight, 3-2, inside the Kohl Center to complete the two-game sweep.

Goaltender Jared Moe made 24 saves in net for UW.

The Badgers went 2-for-7 (28.6%) on the Power Play and 2-for-2 (100%) on the Penalty Kill.

Matthieu De St. Phalle scored three goals this weekend for the Badgers.

Tarek Baker and Carson Bantle each posted assists on the third period major Power-Play goals.

With the win, UW passed Michigan State for fifth place in the Big Ten conference.

Up Next:

The Badgers will hit the road and play the Penn State Nittany Lions in University Park, Pennsylvania on Friday, January 21st. Game time is scheduled for 6:00 PM (Central Time).

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