Frozen Four 2015

The annual NCAA Frozen Four tournament to determine the best team in Division I college hockey goes this weekend in Boston.

After months of games and regional tournaments, it's finally time for the NCAA Division I college championship beginning today in Boston. The Frozen Four is one of the annual highlights of the hockey calendar and this year features the following teams:

Omaha vs. Providence, April 9, 5 pm

Boston University vs. North Dakota, April 9, 8:30 pm

The winner of each game will meet in the final on Saturday, April 11, at 7:30 pm for the National Championship.

What's great for Canadian residents is TSN's coverage of college has been increasing over the past couple of seasons. This year TSN covered the regional tournaments. Canadian hockey fans who wish to watch the Frozen Four are in luck as all three games will be available on TSN2.

  • How we got here [SB Nation Hockey]
  • SB Nation Frozen Four page [SB Nation Hockey] Preview []
    If you're in the Boston area, here's the lowdown on all tournament events and activities [Stanley Cup of Chowder]
  • Looking for a reason to watch? Highly-touted prospect Jack Eichel will feature in the tournament, for the hometown Boston Terriers. Also potential free agent signing Matt O'Connor will be in goal for the Terriers []/

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