The 2013 Frozen Four featured many spectacular individual performances, with several players achieving career milestones. Below is the Hockey’s Future All-Frozen Four Team. All six players were selected based not only on their individual play, but on how their play contributed to their team’s success.
This time three weeks ago, it might as well have been called “The Impossible Dream”.
The Yale Bulldogs, who nearly missed getting into the NCAA Tournament, completed their improbable run to become the 2013 NCAA National Champions on Saturday night after defeating their in-state rival, the Quinnipiac Bobcats, 4-0 at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Yale became the first-ever 15th-seeded team entering the NCAA Tournament to win a National Championship, which was the first in the program’s long, storied history.
UMass-Lowell defenseman Jake Suter has been a stabilizing force for his team in the two years he has been with the River Hawks. The son of former NHL defenseman Gary Suter and the cousin of Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter, Jake played two junior seasons prior to joining UMass-Lowell in 2011-12, first with the Owatonna Express of the NAHL, and then with the Sioux City Musketeers of the USHL. A stay-at-home style of defenseman, Suter managed a goal and six assists through 40 games this season.
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