WCHA Watch Guide: Week Of October 28

The WCHA continues to be led by No. 2-ranked Minnesota State, but Bowling Green has also clocked into the rankings at No. 17. Which other squads from the conference will claw their way up the NCAA hockey ladder and attempt to earn a berth to the NCAA Tournament?

On the men's side, the two aforementioned ranked teams — Bowling Green and Minnesota State — play a huge two-game series in Mankato, while Northern Michigan looks to continue their good place against Alabama Huntsville. On the women's side, the top two teams in the nation — No. 1 Wisconsin and No. 2 Minnesota — square off in Minneapolis, with both teams boasting undefeated records.

Men's Games

DateHomeAwayTimeLink
10/31/19Omahaat Alaska Anchorage11:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19Ferris Stateat Lake Superior State7:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19Alabama Huntsvilleat Northern Michigan7:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19Bowling Greenat Minnesota State8:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19Bemidji Stateat Alaska11:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19Omahaat Alaska Anchorage11:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Alabama Huntsvilleat Northern Michigan6:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Ferris Stateat Lake Superior State7:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Bowling Greenat Minnesota State7:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Bemidji Stateat Alaska11:07 p.m. ETWatch Live


Women's Games

Date

HomeAwayTimeLink

11/01/19Merrimackat Minnesota State3:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19Ohio Stateat Bemidji State7:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/01/19St. Cloud Stateat Minnesota Duluth8:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Wisconsinat Minnesota3:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Merrimackat Minnesota State3:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19Ohio Stateat Bemidji State4:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/02/19St. Cloud Stateat Minnesota Duluth5:07 p.m. ETWatch Live
11/03/19Wisconsinat Minnesota3:07 p.m. ETWatch Live

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