The University of Wisconsin men's hockey team made a three-goal lead stand up despite another late Ohio State charge in a 3-2 Badgers victory on Saturday at the Kohl Center. Read more in the game story.
No. 3: Buckeyes center Mason Jobst was a force again, helping to set up the two goals in 24 seconds that got Ohio State back in the game.
No. 2: Badgers forward Cameron Hughes had a goal and an assist and was plus-2.
No. 1: UW defenseman Peter Tischke got high marks from coach Tony Granato for setting a good example for the youngsters around him.
The Badgers travel to Boston next weekend, playing Boston College at 6 p.m. Friday and Merrimack at 6 p.m. Saturday.
The University of Wisconsin men's hockey team has two changes in its lineup for Saturday's second game against Ohio State (5 p.m., no TV, BTN Plus pay stream, 1070 AM).
Jarod Zirbel and Dan Labosky are in the lineup, replacing Matt Ustaski and Max Zimmer after UW lost 3-2 on Friday.
For Zimmer, it's only the second time the sophomore has missed a game. The other was also a second game of a home series against the Buckeyes, last season.
UW also has shifted around its centers, with Cameron Hughes moving to wing next to Seamus Malone and Jason Ford moving from wing to fourth-line center.
The Badgers are trying to end an eight-game home winless streak against Ohio State (0-6-2), their longest against any opponent.
Badgers (1-1, 0-1 Big Ten)
Ryan Wagner - Trent Frederic - Linus Weissbach
Cameron Hughes - Seamus Malone - Will Johnson
Matthew Freytag - Tarek Baker - Sean Dhooghe
Dan Labosky - Jason Ford - Jarod Zirbel
Peter Tischke - Josh Ess
Wyatt Kalynuk - Jake Linhart
Tim Davison - Tyler Inamoto
Buckeyes (1-0, 1-0)
Luke Stork - Matthew Weis - Tanner Laczynski
Kevin Miller - Mason Jobst - Freddy Gerard
John Wiitala - Matt Miller - Sam McCormick
Austin Pooley - Brendon Kearney - Christian Lampasso
Janik Moser - Wyatt Ege
Matt Joyaux - Sasha Larocque
Gordi Myer - Tommy Parran