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Saturday at the Frozen Four (CHN Coverage)

  • For Terry, Denver Title is Twice as Nice

    Troy Terry isn’t the first player to win a World Junior championship and NCAA national championship in the same season, but it’s not …

  • Denver’s Championship Wingmen

    Denver sophomores Troy Terry and Jarid Lukosevicius will now always be connected by Saturday night’s national title game triumph in Chicago’s …

  • Contagious

    Vince Lombardi, the legendary former NFL head coach, famously said, “Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence.” And really …

  • Championship Notebook: Jaillet The Best Denver Can Get

    Minnesota-Duluth poured on the pressure in the third period of Saturday night’s national championship game. Trailing by two goals, the Bulldogs …

  • His Team

    Jim Montgomery struggled not to smile. His Denver team, the nation’s best from the first puck drop until the last, just went ahead, 3-1 …

  • UMD ‘Left It All Out There’

    Minnesota-Duluth had played in 25 games decided by a goal or less entering Saturday’s national championship contest. Seven of those games …

  • UMD’s Seniors Cope With Difficult Loss

    “So much,” was all Minnesota-Duluth senior Alex Iafallo could say about what his senior teammates meant to him. It hadn’t …

  • Unbroken Heart

    Hockey can take an unexpected and serious turn sometimes. For the Denver Pioneers, it came at the most inopportune time. With 16:25 left in …

  • City of Dreams

    Denver’s Emil Romig continues unlikely story at Frozen Four with another goal.

  • The Perfect Ending

    It doesn’t always happen like this. Two great teams on the greatest of stages. The result isn’t always worth remembering. There’s …

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