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Wisconsin men's hockey team has so much depth and offense returning that many predict big things for a program that has won six national titles. While the offense sputtered in its first weekend, the Badgers saw what having a senior captain and two solid goal tenders can do when added to the mix.

MADISON – Peruse the University of Wisconsin men's hockey team closely and there are plenty of reasons to get excited for their upcoming 2009-10 campaign. For starters, the Badgers boast seven seniors and nine juniors, making the squad an upperclassmen team for the first time since 2005-06, the last time the Badgers won a national championship. The Badgers return 80.3 percent of their points and...

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