Wisconsin Hockey Sweeps Big Ten Three Stars

Wisconsin Standouts Honored as Three Stars

Badgers’ Weissbach earns first star after scoring pair of goals in collegiate debut

First Star

Linus Weissbach, Wisconsin

F – Fr. – Gothenburg, Sweden

· Scored two goals in his collegiate debut, netting the Badgers’ second and third goals in a 3-2 win over Michigan Tech

· Scored his first power-play goal and first game-winning goal· Became first Badger to score two goals in his debut since Michael Davies scored two in a 3-0 win over Northern Michigan on Oct. 6, 2006

· Claims his first career weekly award

· Last Wisconsin honoree: Jack Berry (Third Star) on Feb. 28, 2017

· Last Wisconsin First Star: Cameron Hughes on Jan. 31, 2017

Second Star

Will Johnson, Wisconsin

F – Jr. – Santa Barbara, Calif.

· Netted Wisconsin’s first goal of the season 5:51 into the first period of Sunday’s 3-2 victory over Michigan Tech

· Assisted the Badgers’ second goal, a power-play tally, for his seventh career multi-point game

· Earns his first career weekly award

· Last Wisconsin honoree: Jack Berry (Third Star) on Feb. 28, 2017

Third Star

Trent Frederic, Wisconsin

So. – F – St. Louis, Mo.

· Assisted the second goal and game-winning goal for the Badgers in the season-opening win in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game

· Recorded two assists for his 11th multi-point game in 31 career contests, one shy of current program leaders Cameron Hughes (103 games played) and Seamus Malone (71 games played)

· Claims his third career weekly award and first since Feb. 21, 2017 (Second Star)

· Last Wisconsin honoree: Jack Berry (Third Star) on Feb. 28, 2017

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