Found March 07, 2012 on Goon's World:
Chuck Schwartz from Bucky's 5th Quarter is reporting that University of North Dakota will continue to play University of Wisconsin if the Nickname debacle is settled by the 2014-2015 season. I have no reason to doubt this information because Chuck is a reliable source of information.
;Chuck Schwartz, Bucky's 5th Quarter --- Wisconsin also has a scheduling agreement to play North Dakota when the teams split from the WCHA. The teams would not play in the first year of the new conferences. The four year agreement between the schools would start for the 2014-15 season, with rotating series between Madison and Grand Forks every other year.

The agreement with North Dakota currently hinges on the status of their Fighting Sioux nickname. The school resumed using the nickname recently, which once again puts them in hot water with the NCAA. Wisconsin, along with many other schools won't play North Dakota unless they retire the nickname.
Assuming North Dakota works out their nickname issues, it seems likely that the Badgers will continue to play Denver and North Dakota one series per year for the foreseeable future


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