CHICAGO — The emotions of losing a friend earlier in the day left Tony Granato not wanting to coach a hockey game Sunday. He thanked his University of Wisconsin players after a comprehensive 5-0 victory over No. 1 Notre Dame at the United Center for doing the heavy lifting while he and his associate head coaches had heavy hearts.
First-round hopeful Sampo Ranta led eight players who have committed to the University of Wisconsin men's hockey team in NHL Central Scouting's midterm rankings for the 2018 draft.Ranta, a right wing who plays for the Sioux City Musketeers in the United States Hockey League, was ranked 23rd among skaters playing in North American leagues.The list, released Monday, includes separate rankings for skaters and goalies from leagues in North America and Europe. (See the full lists here.)
A split with No. 1 Notre Dame, including a victory on Sunday at the United Center in Chicago, kept the University of Wisconsin men's hockey team in the same position in the national rankings.The Badgers were 18th in the USCHO.com rankings Monday, the third straight week at that position. UW (12-12-3, 6-8-2 Big Ten Conference) lost to the Fighting Irish 4-2 on Friday before ending Notre Dame's winning streak at 16 games with a 5-0 victory on Sunday.
@VolklKatana Per @collegehockey: "Denver and Wisconsin lead all schools with eight representatives each in the rankings. Boston College, Boston University, Minnesota North Dakota and Northeastern are tied for third with five representatives each."
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