Thursday, April 4, 2013

Frozen Four Story Links

Pat Eaton-Robb of the Associated Press takes a look at how Greater New Haven is becoming the center of the college hockey universe this week. Pretty nice picture of Quinnipiac fans displayed with the story on the NCAA site as well.

It might be the only time we link to a story on a South Dakota television station (KELO-TV), but seven former members of the Sioux Fall Stampede will be competing in the Frozen Four, inlcuding Yale's Anthony Day and Quinnipiac's Eric Hartzell.

Mick Hatten of the St. Cloud Times speaks to SCSU sophomore Brooks Bertsch about the importance of winning to championships in juniors to his success in the regionals.

Hatten also gives a look into the personality of SCSU coach Bob Motzko, a finalist for national coach of the year, who isn't afraid to lineup during breakaway drills and take a shot on his goalies for fun.

The Yale Daily News spotlights the importance of freshman defenseman Ryan Obuchowski to the Bulldogs' Frozen Four run.

Bryan Lipiner and Gene Demaio from the Quinnipiac Chronicle check in with their thoughts on Quinnipiac advancing to the Frozen Four.

Forget March Madness - NCAA Frozen Four Has it All writes Huffington Post contributor Robert Waite.

This SBNation report on the Top 10 reasons Minnesota lost to Yale has Gopher fans a little irritate, but that seemed to be the intent.

St. Cloud freshman Joey Benik broke his leg 20 minutes into his first college hockey practice. He also scored four goals in the Regionals. Read his story by Roman Augostoviv of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. breaks down the success of St. Cloud State.

The Lowell Sun examines Rivers Hawks hockey fever.


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