Men’s Frozen Four 2021: how to watch TV, time, NCAA men’s ice hockey tournament
Men’s college hockey has reached the final four teams.
Four teams will travel to Pennsylvania with the chance to win the men’s final hockey prize. One school – Minnesota Duluth – will be looking for its third consecutive championship, with the other three aiming to reach No. 1.
The last two Minnesota Duluth tournaments came in 2018 and 2019; He was not a champion in 2020 due to COVID-19. If he wins, he will be the second team to do so and the first team to do so from Michigan (1951-53).
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2021 Frozen Flat Men.
When is Men’s Freeze Four in 2021?
Semi-final: St. Cloud State vs Minnesota State
- Date: Thursday, April 8th
- Hour: 17:00 ET
Semifinal: Minnesota vs. Duluth Massachusetts
- Day: Thursday, April 8th
- Hour: 21:00 ET
- Date: Saturday, April 10th
- Hour: 19:00 ET
In which channels is 2021 Frozen Flat Man?
All three games will be broadcast on ESPN2. John Buccigross will have the call along with Barry Melrose and Colby Cohen. In Canada, fans can watch all matches on TSN.ca and the TSN app. The national tournament game will be on TSN2.
Where is 2021 Men’s Frozen Flat Celebrated?
This year’s men’s national ice hockey tournament will be held at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. This is the first time since 2013 that Yale won.
Will there be a fan presence?
The PPG Paints Arena will not be filled with crazy hockey fans. Instead, there will be about 4,500 fans. Fans should follow the guidelines for social exclusion. 300 tickets were distributed to each school.
How has COVID-19 affected the 2021 Men’s Four Frozen?
UMass will be without four players due to COVID protocols: goalkeepers Henry Graham and Filip Lindberg and forwards Jerry Harding and Carson Gicewicz. Lindberg is the team’s main goalkeeper and Gicewicz is the team’s top scorer.
Zac Steigmeyer, the team’s student equipment manager, will be backed by Matt Murray.
Which players have the NHL teams picked up?
|Marc Del Gaizo||D||NSH||2019 (4. / 109)|
|Zac Jones||D||NYR||2019 (3./68)|
|Matt Kessel||D||STL||2020 (5. / 150)|
|Filip Lindberg *||G||MIN||2019 (197/7)|
* As mentioned, Lindberg will not adapt due to COVID protocols.
|Blake Biondi||F||MTL||2020 (4. / 109)|
|Matt Cairns||D||EDM||2016 (3./84)|
|Noah Cates||F||PHI||2017 (5. / 137)|
|Wyatt Kaiser||D||WHO||2020 (3. / 81)|
|Cole Koepke||F||TBL||2018 (6. / 183)|
|Luke Loheit||F||HAN||2018 (194/7)|
|Quinn Olson||F||FOREST||2019 (92/3)|
|Nick Burgess||F||MIN||2017 (209/7)|
|Todd Burgess||F||HAN||2016 (4. / 103)|
|Nathan Smith||F||WPG||2018 (3. / 91)|
Statue of St. Cloud
|Sam Hentges||F||MIN||2018 (210/7)|
|David Hrenak||G||LAK||2018 (5. / 144)|
|Veeti Miettinen||F||TOR||2020 (6/168)|
|Nick Perbix||D||TBL||2017 (6/169)|
Who won the last 10 national NCAA men’s ice hockey tournaments?
2011: Minnesota Duluth
2012: Boston College
2016: North Dakota
2018: Minnesota Duluth
2019: Minnesota Duluth