Jim Santulli 7th Man Award Voting Open Now
It’s time to cast your vote for the Jim Santulli 7th Man Award. Vote for the player you believe gives his all on the ice and best represents the Badger trademarks of good sportsmanship, integrity and team spirit.
Named for the producer who helped start Badger hockey broadcasts on Wisconsin Public Television in the 1970’s, the Jim Santulli 7th Man Award is presented to the winner in April. This is the 34th year the trophy will be awarded. Congratulations to last year’s recipient, Jefferson Dahl!
Vote online here:
7th Man Award
Wisconsin Public Television
821 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53706
Voting ends March 31.
Update! Great news hockey fans! In addition to the two November games, WPT will also be providing coverage of eight additional games this season. Here is the full schedule. All games will be broadcast tape-delayed on The Wisconsin Channel. Check wptschedule.org for the most up to date schedule as the game days approach – and for air times for the January games when they are announced.
2013-2014 UW Men’s Hockey Schedule on The Wisconsin Channel
10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6 – vs. Penn State
10:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7 – vs. Penn State
10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27 – vs. Alabama-Huntsville
10:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28 – vs. Alabama-Huntsville
Friday, Jan. 3 – vs. Alaska-Anchorage
Saturday, Jan. 4 – vs. Alaska-Anchorage
Saturday, Jan. 11 – vs. Michigan
Saturday, Jan. 25 – vs. Ohio State
With that tweet from University of Wisconsin Men’s Hockey Communications Director Paul Capobianco, Badger fans everywhere learned the great news that Wisconsin Hockey is back on public television this weekend, with both games against the Lake Superior State Lakers airing live on The Wisconsin Channel and streaming online here.
Join play-by-play announcer Robb Vogel and color commentator – and former Badger hockey player – Mike Cerniglia at 7 p.m. both Friday and Saturday night for all of the action on the ice as the Badgers set their sights on the inaugural Big Ten Hockey Conference Championship that will be settled in St. Paul in March.
So far this season, in non-conference play, the Badgers carry a 2-2 record into the weekend with a ranking of 13 in the nation according to the most recent USCHO poll. They swept Northern Michigan in the season’s opening home stand, but lost both games in a weekend swing on the road against Boston College and Boston University. Lake Superior State brings an undefeated 4-0 record into the Kohl Center, with sweeps of Robert Morris and Union in early season play.