2016 NCAA Frozen Four: Poganski helps power North Dakota’s imposing “Heavy” line

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Austin Poganski - University of North Dakota

Photo: University of North Dakota forward and St. Louis Blues prospect Austin Poganski (#14) has improved his point total from last season by 10 points, scoring nine goals and 24 points in 42 games so far in 2015-16 (courtesy of Derek Davis/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)

 

 

At 6’2” and 204 pounds, University of North Dakota sophomore winger Austin Poganski isn’t hard to miss. But the St. Cloud, MN native is about a lot more than just his imposing build. Read more»

2016 NCAA Frozen Four: Surprising journey leads Jonzzon to captaincy of Quinnipiac squad

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Soren Jonzzon - Quinnipiac University

Photo: Quinnipiac University forward and team captain Soren Jonzzon has had his most productive season, posting 10 goals and 20 points in 41 games so far in 2015-16 (courtesy of John Crouch/Icon Sportswire)

 

 

Quinnipiac University senior Soren Jonzzon’s rise to become the Bobcats’ captain is truly a story about perseverance. The Mountain View, CA native played in just four games during his freshman campaign three years ago. Today, he serves as Quinnipiac’s team captain, an honor that he doesn’t take lightly. Read more»

2016 NCAA Frozen Four: North Dakota’s Poolman takes a step forward in second season

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Tucker Poolman - University of North Dakota

Photo: University of North Dakota defenseman and Winnipeg Jets prospect Tucker Poolman was ranked second in scoring by a defenseman on the UND roster in 2015-16 (courtesy of Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images)

 

 

Sophomore defenseman Tucker Poolman has been an integral part of the University of North Dakota’s success this season. Since the start of his sophomore campaign, Poolman has developed into one of the NCAA’s most promising defensive prospects. Read more»

2016 NCAA Frozen Four Preview: Top college lines go head-to-head when Denver and North Dakota faceoff

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Tanner Jaillet - Denver University; Drake Caggiula - North Dakota

Photo: NCHC conference rivals Drake Caggiula (L) of the University of North Dakota and Tanner Jaillet (R) of the University of Denver renew acquaintances in the semi-finals of the 2016 NCAA Frozen Four (courtesy of Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

 

 

While the early semi-final match of the 2016 NCAA Frozen Four features a pair of eastern hockey powers, the second game spotlights a pair of NCHC rivals as the University of Denver takes on the University of North Dakota. Read more»

2016 NCAA Frozen Four Preview: Top-ranked Quinnipiac takes on BC program that is no stranger to championships

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Alex Tuch - Boston College

Photo: Boston College forward and Minnesota Wild prospect Alex Tuch (#12) is heading into the 2016 NCAA Frozen Four with some momentum after a good showing at the Northeast Regional (courtesy of John Crouch/Icon Sportswire)

 

 

And then there were four.

Boston College, Denver, North Dakota and Quinnipiac comprise this year’s NCAA Frozen Four, which will be held at Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL. Both semi-final games on April 7th will be aired live on ESPN2, at 5:00 PM and 8:30 PM EDT respectively. The winners of each semi-final will advance to the National Championship game on April 9th, which will be aired live on ESPN at 8 PM EDT. Read more»

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