Despite having the best player in college hockey last year the Badgers struggled all season. Sure they were young, and have virtually everyone back, but they also weren't very good and when they were it wasn't for very long, with only two winning streaks longer than two games. They didn't have many extended losing streaks either but a five gamer combined with an inability to play well for long periods of time doomed them to a 10th place finish in the WCHA.
It was the best of times….
The Badgers put together a four game winning streak late in the season with two wins over Bemidji State ...
On this edition of the prospect report I will look at two late round picks from the 2010 NHL entry draft. Jason Clark and Tony DeHart were two quiet picks from Garth Snow during the draft that bought us Nino Niederreiter and Brock Nelson.
Jason Clark was taken in the 3rd round, 82nd overall in the draft. He is currently in his sophomore season at Wisconsin, where currently this season he has been seeing limited time on the ice and having limited success. He is still looking to make the score sheet this season while playing in just 15 games so far. Last season as a freshman he saw limited time playing in only 14 games and having only 1 assist. He did have a hip problem that required surgery this past season which could be slowing him down.