By Brian Hall
MINNEAPOLIS Junior forward Tom Serratore doesn't remember much after scoring just his second goal of the season for No. 3 Minnesota in Saturday night's 3-1 win against Wisconsin.
That's what scoring a game-winner against a rival and firing up the home crowd will do for a fourth-line grinder.
Serratore, who has just six goals in his 76 career games for the Gophers, scored just under 6 minutes into the third period to lift Minnesota (7-2-2 overall, 4-2-2 WCHA) over the Badgers (1-5-2, 1-3-2) on Saturday, giving the Gophers the series after Friday's tie.
"My brain kind of went blank after that happened," Serratore said. "The atmosphere was so loud and the guys started jumping on me. Great feeling, for sure."
Nick Bjugstad added his sixth goal of the season, Kyle Rau finished the scoring with an empty-netter and freshman goaltender Adam Wilcox made 16 saves for Minnesota, which won for just the second time in its past five games and helped send W...