Sweeping the two-time defending national champion, a Minnesota Duluth team that came to the Kohl Center at No. 3, apparently captured a lot of attention.
The Badgers climbed 11 spots to No. 6 in the USCHO rankings on Monday. They're in the top 10 for the first time since they were ninth on Nov. 20, 2017.
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On a second-period shift in the Badgers' 6-2 victory over Minnesota Duluth on Friday, Holloway essentially went down a checklist of why scouts see him as a first-round pick in next year's NHL draft.
The largest one-week climb for the Badgers had been six places late in the 2012-13 season.
Linus Weissbach showed off the play without the puck that has been the biggest part of his game needing work over his first two seasons with the Badgers.