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Fighting Hawks 5, Badgers 0: Wrapup and three stars from Wisconsin men’s hockey’s loss | Wisconsin Badgers Hockey

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Rhett Gardner recorded his first collegiate hat trick, and No. 14 North Dakota smashed the No. 16 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team 5-0 on Friday. It was only the sixth time in 171 games between the teams that the Fighting Hawks have won by five goals or more.

Three stars

No. 3: Fighting Hawks goalie Adam Scheel made 24 saves for his first collegiate shutout.

No. 2: Collin Adams had three assists, giving him five points in three games against the Badgers. He has seven points in 29 other games.

No. 1: Rhett Gardner recorded his first collegiate hat trick.

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The Badgers and the Fighting Hawks close their non-conference series at 7 p.m. Saturday.


The 16th-ranked University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team opens a non-conference series at No. 14 North Dakota Friday night (7:30 p.m., no TV, pay stream, 1310 AM) without one of its top scorers.

Linus Weissbach, who’s tied for second on the team with eight points through six games, is out with a hand injury suffered in practice on Monday. It’s the first injury absence of the season for UW.

That puts freshman Jack Gorniak into a new role, as a second-line left wing and on the Badgers’ second power-play unit.

Badgers (4-2)

Max Zimmer – Seamus Malone – Will Johnson

Jack Gorniak – Tarek Baker – Sean Dhooghe

Jason Dhooghe – Mick Messner – Jarod Zirbel

Roman Ahcan – Dominick Mersch – Brock Caufield

K’Andre Miller – Ty Emberson

Wyatt Kalynuk – Tyler Inamoto

Fighting Hawks (2-2-1)

Joel Janatuinen – Rhett Gardner – Collin Adams

Jordan Kawaguchi – Nick Jones – Grant Mismash

Zach Yon – Jasper Weatherby – Dixon Bowen

Ludvig Hoff – Mark Senden – Cole Smith

Hayden Shaw – Colton Poolman

Matt Kiersted – Jacob Bernard-Docker

Jonny Tychonick – Gabe Bast

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