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Huskies 6, Badgers 2: Wrapup and three stars from Wisconsin’s loss to Michigan Tech

October 28, 2018 GMT

Michigan Tech scored five power-play goals, one off the record allowed in a game by the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team, as the Huskies handed the 14th-ranked Badgers a 6-2 defeat on Friday at the Kohl Center.

Three stars

No. 3: Former Badgers defenseman Keegan Ford assisted on two first-period goals and blocked three shots for the Huskies.

No. 2: Former Badgers goalie Matt Jurusik made 25 saves in his return to the Kohl Center.

No. 1: Freshman Alec Broetzman, a former Madison Capitols player, scored the first two goals of his collegiate career.

Up next

The Badgers and the Huskies complete their non-conference series at 7 p.m. Saturday.

Pregame

Former goaltending partners Jack Berry and Matt Jurusik face each other when the No. 14 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team plays Michigan Tech at the Kohl Center on Friday (7 p.m., Fox Sports Wisconsin Plus, 1310 AM).

Berry and Jurusik were teammates with the Badgers in the 2016-17 season, before Jurusik left the team in the 2017 offseason when Kyle Hayton arrived from St. Lawrence via graduate transfer. Jurusik later committed to the Huskies and on Friday will make his first collegiate appearance since March 10, 2017, when he was injured in a relief appearance for UW against Ohio State.

The Badgers lineup will be finalized after warmups. Captain Peter Tischke missed two practices this week with an injured foot but will try to play. That decision impacts whether the extra player will be defensemen Jesper Peltonen for his collegiate debut or forward Jason Dhooghe.

Badgers (3-1)

Forwards

Max Zimmer - Seamus Malone - Will Johnson

Linus Weissbach - Tarek Baker - Sean Dhooghe

Matthew Freytag - Mick Messner - Jack Gorniak

Roman Ahcan - Dominick Mersch - Brock Caufield

Defensemen

Tyler Inamoto - Wyatt Kalynuk

K’Andre Miller - Peter Tischke

Josh Ess - Ty Emberson

Jesper Peltonen

Goalies

Jack Berry

Daniel Lebedeff

Johan Blomquist

Huskies (0-2)

Forwards

Alec Broetzman - Greyson Reitmeier - Brian Halonen

Tommy Parottino - Jake Lucchini - Gavin Gould

Trenton Bliss - Alex Smith - Jake Jackson

Justin Misiak - Dylan Steman - Thomas Beretta

Defensemen

Tyrell Buckley - Eric Gotz

Keegan Ford - Colin Swoyer

Cooper Watson - Mitch Meek

Seamus Donohue

Goalies

Matt Jurusik

Devin Kero