Robbie Beydoun made 49 saves, Sam Stange scored his first two collegiate goals and the 14th-ranked University of Wisconsin men's hockey team overcame a large deficit in shots on goal for a 6-3 victory over No. 15 Penn State on Monday at LaBahn Arena.
No. 3: Brock Caufield had a goal and an assist.
No. 2: Stange went bar down on both of his goals.
No. 1: Beydoun had a career high in saves before the game was 35 minutes old.
The Badgers host the Nittany Lions at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Two teams coming off a pair of losses in their last series meet Monday at LaBahn Arena when the 14th-ranked University of Wisconsin men's hockey team hosts No. 15 Penn State (5 p.m., BTN, FoxSports.com, 1310 AM).
The Badgers lost to Michigan on Thursday and Friday, the second game in overtime. The Nittany Lions dropped their opening two games of the season at Minnesota.
UW, which is 21-4 in its modern era (since 1963) on Mondays, is without center Ty Pelton-Byce for a second straight game. The senior suffered a concussion last Thursday.
Badgers (2-2 overall, 2-1-0-1 Big Ten)
Linus Weissbach - Brock Caufield - Cole Caufield
Roman Ahcan - Tarek Baker - Sam Stange
Jack Gorniak - Owen Lindmark - Ryder Donovan
Jason Dhooghe - Dominick Mersch - Mathieu De St. Phalle
Tyler Inamoto - Ty Emberson
Josh Ess - Anthony Kehrer
Jesper Peltonen - Mike Vorlicky
Scratches: F Dylan Holloway, F Ty Pelton-Byce, D Luke LaMaster
Nittany Lions (0-2, 0-2-0-0)
Connor McMenamin - Aarne Talvitie - Kevin Wall
Jared Westcott - Connor MacEachern - Christian Sarlo
Alex Limoges - Tim Doherty - Sam Sternschein
Xander Lamppa - Chase McLane - Bobby Hampton
Clayton Phillips - Paul DeNaples
Christian Berger - Alex Stevens
Evan Bell - Jimmy Dowd Jr.
Referees: Ian McCambridge and Brian Aaron.
Linesmen: Jonathan Sladek and Nick Bradshaw.