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2011 College Hockey Playoffs & Frozen Four

At the conclusion of each college hockey season the NCAA puts on the college hockey playoffs as 16 teams are invited to play for the NCAA Hockey National Championship. The 16-team tournament is a single-elimination tournament with the Frozen Four being the college hockey rquivalent of college basketball's NCAA Tournament and Final Four.

The 2011 college hockey playoff teams and scores are listed below with the Frozen Four being played at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on April 7, 2011 and the Championship Game on April 9, 2011.



First Round College Hockey Playoff Scores & Results - 2011

  • Yale 2 - Air Force 1
  • Minn. Duluth 2 - Union (NY) 0
  • Notre Dame 4 - Merrimack 3
  • New Hampshire 3 - Miami (OH) 1
  • Colorado College 8 - Boston College 4
  • Michigan 3 - Neb. Omaha 2
  • Denver 3 - Western Michigan 2
  • North Dakota 6 - Rensselaer 0

Second Round College Hockey Playoff Scores & Results - 2011

  • Minn. Duluth 5 - Yale 3
  • Notre Dame 2 - New Hampshire 1
  • Michigan 2 - Colorado College 1
  • North Dakota 6 - Denver 1

2011 Frozen Four Scores & Results

2011 Frozen Four games are held on April 7, 2011 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.

  • Minn. Duluth 4 - Notre Dame 3
  • Michigan 2 - North Dakota 0

2011 NCAA Hockey Championship Game Scores & Results

2011 Frozen Four Championship Game will take place on April 9, 2011 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.

  • Minnesota-Duluth 3 vs Michigan 2 - F/OT - ESPN/ESPN3 - 6PM ET

 

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