The split vote sets up a rare 1 vs. 1 match up when the teams play Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Columbus, Ohio.That's unusual. It's also unusual to have the hockey team flirting with .500, although recent developments are encouraging.
It's often the case in sports that on any given day, any team can show up.
Despite having to settle for a 2-2 Western Collegiate Hockey Association tie Saturday night at the Kohl Center, UW showed again it is a better team than its sub-.500 record.
But for a team fighting to secure home ice for the first round of the WCHA playoffs, any missed opportunity can prove to be costly.
Where has this hockey team been hiding for most of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association season?Learning a few things? SIEVE!