Last weekend had m ore heated rivalries as Wisconsin faced Minnesota and Michigan State took on Michigan at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena. Michigan State managed to snap Michigan’s seven-game win streak last Friday night, and the teams meet again Saturday in the Hockey City Classic at Chicago’s Soldier Field. FRIDAY, JAN. 23 MICHIGAN STATE 2, No. 13 MICHIGAN 1 MINNESOTA 7, WISCONSIN 5 SATURDAY, JAN. 24 PENN STATE 4, No. 14 Vermont, 2 WISCONSIN 4, MINNESOTA, 4 (Badgers won in SO, 3-2) All six Big Ten teams play this weekend: No. 14 MICHIGAN VS MICHIGAN STATE When: Saturday, Feb. 7 at
The Hockey City Classic college hockey doubleheader at Soldier Field on Saturday includes two games: Michigan State vs. Michigan at 8 p.m. ET ahead of Miami (Ohio) vs. Western Michigan at 4 p.m. ET. The Michigan-Michigan State game airs live on BTN/BTN2Go. MSU (10-11-2 overall, 4-3-2-2 Big Ten) and Michigan (15-8, 7-2) play for the second time in the last nine days. Michigan State won the first game, 2-1. Read one preview of the outdoor game at MSUSpartans.com and read more at MGoBlue.com. Last year’s Hockey City Classic was held at Minnesota when the Gophers beat Ohio State 1-0 at TCF
We profile Ohio State hockey player Chad Niddery, a Canadian native who held a very fascinating job off the ice. Here’s a hint: It involved coming almost face to face with a wild bear. Watch the full feature above.
As conference play rolls on, Michelle McMahon, Dan Kelly and Rick Pizzo recap the latest Big Ten hockey action and look ahead to the weekend. Watch the report above and read McMahon's previews of Michigan-Michigan State and Wisconsin-Minnesota in this post.
It was a rivalry weekend showdown as the Gophers took on the Badgers, which included a brawl after a controversial hit to Minnesota’s Leon Bristedt. Michigan faced Ohio State in a game where the two teams combined to score 16 goals. Yes, you read that right – 16 goals. Here are the results from the weekend: FRIDAY, JAN. 16 No. 19 Michigan def. Ohio State, 10-6 Wisconsin ties No. 16 Minnesota, 2-2 (Wisc. wins SO, 2-1) Michigan State ties Penn State, 2-2 (MSU wins SO, 1-0) SATURDAY, JAN. 17 Penn State def. Michigan State, 5-2 No. 16 Minnesota def. Wisconsin
A monumental moment occurred in Big Ten hockey over the weekend as Michigan’s Red Berenson earned his 800th win after Michigan swept No. 9 Minnesota. He is one of four college hockey coaches to win 800 games. The Big Ten completed two conference series, a non-conference matchup, and an exhibition game. Here’s how the weekend played out: FRIDAY, JAN. 9 Ohio State def. Penn State, 5-4 (OT) Michigan def. No. 9 Minnesota, 4-3 (OT) Wisconsin tied No. 2 Boston University, 3-3 Michigan State def. U.S. Under-18 Team (exhib.), 4-1 SATURDAY, JAN. 10 Penn State def. Ohio State, 4-1 Michigan def. No.
Inspired by their experiences in college and elsewhere, these Pathfinders are passing by the typical, well-trod career paths and blazing their own trails. We’ll explore the unconventional approaches these Big Ten alums are taking to work. In Swahili, the phrase nikumbuke means “remember me.” When Brittany Ammerman, a student-athlete at the University of Wisconsin, traveled to Kenya to be part of Health by Motorbike, she had no idea she would do something that would make many women in that country remember her. Health by Motorbike, a non-profit founded by Wisconsin professor Dr. Araceli Alonso, provides health education and services to
Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson became the fourth head coach in Division 1 men's hockey history to win 800 career games.
The Big Ten is coming off a good weekend in non-conference play after going 3-2-1 overall. Here are the results from the weekend: FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 Ohio State def. Mercyhurst, 6-3 No. 5 Michigan Tech def. Wisconsin, 8-1 No. 18 Merrimack def. No. 8 Minnesota, 3-2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 Ohio State def. Mercyhurst, 2-2 No. 8 Minnesota def. RIT, 3-2 (OT) Wisconsin def. No. 5 Michigan Tech, 2-0 Here is a preview of the upcoming Big Ten games. *** NO. 9 MINNESOTA AT MICHIGAN When: Friday, Jan. 9 6:30 p.m. ET; Saturday 4:00 ET How to watch: Friday’s game airs
Welcome back, and Happy New Year! The 50th annual Great Lakes Invitational commenced earlier this week and did not disappoint with four great hockey teams showcased. Two Big Ten teams, Michigan and Michigan State, advanced to the finals, and the Wolverines captured their 16th GLI title. Penn State faced adversity in Pittsburgh this week during the Three Rivers Classic, losing to Robert Morris and Western Michigan. Before we jump ahead to what’s in store this weekend, here’s a recap of the scores from earlier this week. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28 Michigan def. No. 5 Michigan Tech, 2-1 Michigan State def. Ferris