Union's only NHL draftee, Shayne Gostisbehere led Union on an improbable run to the national championship, David Albright writes.
In a college hockey weekend that said goodbye to one of its oldest conferences it's somewhat fitting that a relative newcomer was welcomed as the No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA tournament.
Ferris State advanced to its first Frozen Four final by beating Union. The Bulldogs' reward? A date in with a seemingly untouchable BC team, which bulldozed Minnesota in the other semifinal.
The puck drops on the 2012 Frozen Four on Thursday afternoon. Before it does, we answer the five burning questions heading into the national semifinals.
Thanks in part to the play of goaltender Parker Milner, Boston College brings a 17-game winning streak to the Frozen Four. Can the Eagles be stopped?
Boston College, along with Michigan, Union and North Dakota, were awarded No. 1 seeds for the 2012 NCAA men's hockey tournament.
Minnesota can't score and hasn't been able pull out wins in close games. It's a must-win situation every time the Gophers take the ice, writes David Albright.
North Dakota-Minnesota is always a heated rivalry. But Saturday's overtime period didn't end after the whistle, writes David Albright.
Minnesota, Notre Dame, Clarkson and New Hampshire earned No. 1 seeds in the 2007 NCAA men's hockey tournament.
Travis Zajac and North Dakota's late-season sprint took the Sioux to the cusp of a national title.
With an assist from Minnesota-Duluth coach Scott Sandelin, ESPN.com breaks down the Frozen Four teams.
This year's Frozen Four will be great for the WCHA, but only time will tell if it will benefit college hockey.