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No shootout? Wisconsin men's hockey team left unfulfilled after tie with Clarkson

Tarek Baker's third-period goal gave the Badgers a 1-1 tie with the Golden Knights, but they wanted to keep going. Read more

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Columbus' Taylor Raley rises to increased challenge, named to All-Capitol North Conference first team

The senior outside hitter is the second straight first-team selection for the Cardinals and one of five area honorees. Read more


Jim Polzin: Wisconsin football can win a 4th Big Ten West title in 7 seasons. Here’s why it would be the most impressive

A win over Minnesota would give the Badgers a 6-0 record in what arguably is the third-best division in the country. Read more


How Wisconsin's Mathieu De St. Phalle is working to get out of a scoring slump

The sophomore scored in the first game this season but hasn't recorded a goal since as the Badgers have struggled offensively. Read more


5 things to know about Wisconsin men's hockey games against Clarkson

Get ready for the non-conference series between the Badgers and the Golden Knights on Friday and Saturday at the Kohl Center. Read more

Portage Curling Club hosting Chili Fundraiser as part of open house Dec. 2

The club is looking to raise money for a pair of local brothers, both suffering from a rare diagnosis, while members of the U.S. Paralympic Curling team will also be in attendance. Read more


Jim Polzin: Five things for which Wisconsin sports fans should be thankful

From Giannis Antetokounmpo to successful programs at the University of Wisconsin, columnist Jim Polzin offers his thoughts on reasons to be thankful in the world of Wisconsin sports. Read more


Open Jim: Did Nebraska provide a blueprint for offenses to use against the Wisconsin football defense?

Lee Sports Wisconsin columnist Jim Polzin answers questions from readers in his weekly mailbag. Read more


How the influence of legendary Wisconsin hockey coach Bob Johnson carries on 30 years after his death

From detailed notebooks to an enthusiasm for the game, Bob Johnson passed along traits to Mike Eaves, George Gwozdecky and Mark Johnson. Here's some of the things they learned from the Badgers legend. Read more