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  The Matchup: No. 18 Wisconsin vs. No. 2 Minnesota When: Friday 7 p.m. (CT) and Sunday 3:30 p.m. (CT) Where: Madison, WI - Kohl Center (15,359)/ Chicago, Ill – Soldier Field (61,500- for football) Ice Sheet: Kohl Center  200' x 97'/ Soldier Field 200’ x 85’ TV: Friday- Fox Sports North/ Sunday Big Ten Network Radio: WIBA - 1310 All-Time Series: Minnesota leads 156-87-21 Last Meeting: Minnesota 3, Wisconsin 1 (Nov. 15, 2012). – A shorthanded goal from Ryan Little gave the Badgers a 1-0 first period lead, but the well eventually ran dry for UW. Joel Rumpel made 21 saves. The Badgers renew the oldest rivalry in program history as they square off with Minnesota for the 265th and 266th times. The rivalry picks up a new twist as the Badgers and Gophers will tangle at Soldier Field as part of the Office Max Hockey City Classic on Sunday afternoon,   About Minnesota: Record: 19-5-4 (11-5-4 WCHA) Head Coach: Don Lucia (14th ...
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