4 weeks ago

With three top-six forwards and a veteran defenseman missing from the lineup, Michigan State responded with a gritty, gutty, hard-working effort against No. 13/13 Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans played with a lot of energy and heart and were tied 1-1 midway through the third period. But MSU’s bid to pull off a huge upset came up short when the highly skilled Badgers struck for two power-play goals in the last eight minutes and emerged with a 4-1 victory and Big Ten series sweep at La Bahn Arena in Madison, Wis.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics