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It's a Great Day for Hockey Web Video Series

Fans can relive the magic of the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic with this 10-part web video series featuring the UW men's and women's hockey teams as they prepared for the unique outdoor event held Feb. 6, 2010, in Camp Randall Stadium.

Get an inside look at the plans and anticipation leading up to the games and see great highlights of the games as well as views from inside the locker rooms.

The Wisconsin women's hockey team defeated Bemidji State and the UW men's team followed up the women's victory with a dramatic 3-2 victory over Michigan in front of 55,031 fans.

Watch the 30-second trailer for the movie by clicking here.

For more features, photo galleries and video highlights leading up to and including the results of the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic click here.

Enjoy the different segments listed below:

Day One - "The Outdoor Game"
Junior Patrick Johnson takes the crew to a frozen pond where he used to play as kid. Johnson and childhood friend and current UW student, Johnny Byce, go back to their roots to a small frozen pond in Verona, Wis., where they grew up playing hockey with each other. This serves as an introduction to outdoor hockey, which is how many of UW's men's and women's players first experienced the game.

Day Two - "What A Bummer"
Take a look at Tuesday, Feb. 2, four days prior to the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic. That was tentatively scheduled to be the first day that both the men's and women's teams practiced on the ice in Camp Randall Stadium. However, a small snowstorm Monday night into Tuesday morning delayed some of the ice preparation and forced the teams into the adjacent Shell for practice.

Day Three - "Indescribable"
The fateful day finally arrives! Both the men's and women's hockey teams get to practice on the ice in Camp Randall Stadium for the first time. After a little disappointment at not being able to get on the ice Tuesday, the Badgers are greeted with perfect weather on Wednesday.

Day Four - "Camp Randall"
The focus is on the venue for the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic, the historic Camp Randall Stadium. Home to the football Badgers on Saturdays during the fall, the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic was the first hockey game to be staged in the stadium. Head coaches Mike Eaves and Tracey DeKeyser, the men's and women's players and even Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez talk about what makes Camp Randall so special.

Day Five - "What If We Lose!?!"
With all the excitement about the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic as an event, it could have been easy to forget that the Badgers were playing actual games that counted. Listen as the players and coaches talk about trying to cut out the distractions and focus on the games.

Day Six - "Here We Go Red"
It is finally game day! The Badger women's hockey team officially takes the ice to face Bemidji State. The entire game is chronicled, with highlights from the opening face-off to the final horn. Hear from players and coaches as they try to describe what their emotions were before, during and after the game. Coach DeKeyser brings fans behind the bench by wearing a microphone during the game.

Day Seven - "Tunnel Vision"

Day Eight - "All Tied Up"

Day Nine - "Badgers Behind"

Day Ten - "A Day I'll Never Forget"

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