Found December 13, 2012 on
Milestone moments from forwards Nic Kerdiles and Michael Mersch opened up the Badgers scoring as they cruised to an easy 5-0 win over the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers in the series opener. Thanks to those moments and a clear gulf in talent level between the programs Wisconsin earned their first victory at the Kohl Center this season and improved their record to 3-7-5 (2-5-5 WCHA) on the season.
The two forwards not only sparked the Badgers first home win, they both netted two goals a piece in the win. Mersch is now 2nd nationally with 11 goals on the season. The other goal was sandwiched in between the final goals from Mersch and Kerdiles, coming on a poke in from Sean Little. It was Little's 1st goal of the season.
Kerdiles opened up the scoring with his 1st career goal at the 4 minute mark of the 1st period and Mersch became the 1st Badgers player to double digits in goals as he netted his 10th of the year less than 3 minutes later.
As impressive as the offense w...
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The University of Wisconsin hockey team got its first home victory of the season Thursday night, winning 5-0 against Alabama-Huntsville at Kohl Center.
The Badgers (3-7-5, 2-5-5 WCHA) recorded season bests in goals scored (five) and fewest shots allowed (nine) and tied a season high for shots on net (37) on their way to a comfortable victory.
Freshman Nic Kerdiles opened the scoring...
No doubt about it, things weren't nearly as easy as they were in Thursday's shutout win, but Wisconsin Men's hockey completed their first sweep of the season by coming back in a 4-1 victory and moving their record to 4-7-5 overall as they take some time off before the start of the 2nd half of the season in a few weeks. Wisconsin fans, players, and coaches have to be happy...