Found January 12, 2013 on
Fox Sports Wisconsin:
Senior defenseman John Ramage lit the lamp at the 4:28 mark of overtime Friday night, propelling the Wisconsin hockey squad past Minnesota State, 4-3.
Wisconsin won the back-and-forth battle thanks in large part to the two points apiece from standouts Jefferson Dahl, Sean Little and Ryan Little. Netminder Landon Peterson also stood tall for the Badgers, as he recorded 30 total saves.
Minnesota State (14-7-2) was led by Matt Leitner's two goals.
With its win, Wisconsin improved to 7-7-5.
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Senior standout John Ramage scored his second overtime goal in as many nights Saturday, lifting the Wisconsin hockey squad to a 2-1 victory at Minnesota State.
With its win, Wisconsin improved to 7-0-3 in its last 10 games. After not winning a WCHA regular-season overtime game since 2006, the Badgers won two in two nights over Minnesota State.
Wisconsin, now 8-7-5 overall, had...
Leading up to the weekend series with Minnesota State Mankato, Wisconsin men’s hockey coach Mike Eaves felt that the wind was at his team’s sails.
Well, the Badgers swept the 11th-ranked Mavericks and continue to cruise as their unbeaten streak has reached 10 games, making a little bit of history in the process.
Friday night saw UW emerge as a 4-3 victor in overtime....