Home Photography Gallery: Friday at the WCHA Final Five Gallery: Friday at the WCHA Final Five By Tim Brule and Jim Rosvold - March 16, 2012 3 0 SHARE Facebook Twitter Related posts: Gallery: Thursday at the WCHA Final Five RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gallery: North Dakota celebrates its eighth national title Gallery: Quinnipiac, North Dakota play for the national championship Gallery: Open skate, preparations for Frozen Four championship game SCSU Euro SCSU didn’t melt down, they had a 7 minutes of penalties called on them back-to-back that would, at best, be called “questionable,” you make it sound like David Eddy is just scoring for the first time at this level when in fact he’s always been a goal scorer, he just started this season cold, and CC may be tied for 6th, but they’re 3-1-0 and have only played 4 games. It’d be nice to see coverage that doesn’t look like you guys just read box scores, ’cause we can all do that at home. HockeyGuy9898 Scsu your a homo. deth Nice display of homophobia hockeyguy9898, also it’s you’re not your. You must be a real winner. Johnny1212 Please post your “Picks” record! Or why bother with them BrainFreeze15 Just got back from the WIS-MIN game. Though MIN was clearly quicker tonight, WIS was more physical and just plain out worked the Gophers. With 3 sophmores finding the back of the net for the Badgers and freshman goalie Rumpel turning away 24 shots, WIS was too much for Kent Patterson and the Gophers, which managed a late power play goal with just over one minute remaining. Despite the Badgers poor looking record, three of their five losses came in overtime on the road, also throwing in a tie away from home. They swept then #4 North Dakota, which probably doesn’t say too much now, and the handled the #1 Minnesota Gophers like they belong in the top ten. MIN shouldn’t hang their heads for losing to an unranked WIS team on the road in one of the biggest college hockey rivalries we know. The Badgers need to keep up their intensity the next few weeks with series against, Colorado College and Minnesota Duluth coming up. If they can sweep and split the big dogs while taking “easy” wins against the likes of Mercyhurst, RIT, Bemidji State, etc. They can set themselves up nicely for the playoffs.