NCAA Men’s Frozen Four Suites
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Each year, the NCAA hosts a 16 team single-elimination tournament to determine a college hockey national champion. Dating back to 1948, this tournament has changed over the years, evolving to include more teams as the sport has grown. Today’s format has brought increased popularity, as hockey fans cannot wait for this time of year.
Michigan has earned the most titles in NCAA history with nine, but both Denver and North Dakota are right on their heels with eight apiece. The talent on these teams is incredible, with many players going on to great careers in the NHL. Some of the best NCAA hockey players to make the move to the pros include Paul Kariya (Maine), Ed Belfour (North Dakota), Chris Chelios (Wisconsin), Keith Tkachuk (Boston), Rob Blake (Bowling Green State), Martin St. Louis (Vermont), Glenn Anderson (Denver), Brett Hull (Minnesota-Duluth), Ken Dryden (Cornell), Joe Nieuwendyk (Cornell), Adam Oates (RPI), Brian Leetch (Boston College), and Rod Brind’Amour (Michigan State).
College hockey continues to grow in popularity throughout the country due to television exposure and increased play among the nation’s youth. As such, this tournament is bigger than ever and provides incredible entertainment.
NCAA Men’s Frozen Four hockey is where the best of the best duke it out on the ice for hockey glory. The first game sets up the championship, with two teams surviving to give their all before the cheering crowd. School pride is on the line as the two top teams in the nation take the ice to determine a champion.
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Recent NCAA Men’s Frozen Four Champions:
- 2011 Season – Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
- 2012 Season – Boston College Eagles
- 2013 Season – Yale Bulldogs
- 2014 Season – Union Dutchmen
- 2015 Season – Providence Friars
- 2016 Season – North Dakota Fighting Hawks
- 2017 Season – Denver Pioneers
- 2018 Season – Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
- 2019 Season – Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
- 2020 Season – CANCELED
- 2021 Season – University of Massachusetts Minutemen
The cold weather in Minnesota breeds generations of athletes exposed to hockey from a young age. The Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs have emerged in recent years to become a powerhouse team capable to dominating a game. Back to back titles in 2018 and 2019 have shown that. The championship game of the 2019 season put the Bulldogs up against Massachusetts. Goals in each of the three periods ended this one for Minnesota-Duluth with a 3-0 win.
After the cancellation of the 2020 tournament due to the pandemic, Frozen Four action picked up right where it left off. Minnesota-Duluth ran up against Massachusetts in the semifinals in a rematch of the 2019 finals game. UMass had their revenge, coming out on top by a score of 3-2.
Moving on to the championship game, the University of Massachusetts Minutemen put on a clinic against St. Cloud State. Running up the score to a 5-0 victory, the Minutemen captured their first ever Division 1 hockey NCAA title.
Can they go for the repeat in 2022? College hockey fans are excited to come back to the arena and pack the house for the next chapter of this story. Will another hard checking team come along and impose their will while lighting them lap to crown a new champion? Hockey fans around the country can’t wait to see what this year’s tournament will bring. Additional information about NCAA Men’s Frozen Four hockey can be found by clicking here.