Frozen Four 2017 Live
Don’t Miss the Frozen Four 2017 Live Stream television coverage! The NCAA Men’s Frozen Four 2017 Division I hockey tournament should provide great entertainment as usual this year. Specifically, the two first-round days of games should be fascinating, as each has some interesting matchups and potential upsets. Frozen Four 2017 Live starts this week, and you no doubt want to know where to watch all the games. And though it’s easy enough to find the games on cable,
Just two teams and one game remain in the Frozen Four 2017 Live men’s ice hockey season.The No. 1 overall Denver Pioneers take on No. 13 Notre Dame at 9:30 p.m. EST on ESPN2 from the United Center in Chicago. Notre Dame reached the Frozen Four with two massive upsets; the Fighting Irish stunned No. 4 Minnesota in the first round before taking down No. 5 UMass-Lowell in overtime in the regional final. Taking down Denver, the best team in NCAA hockey this year, is their toughest task yet.
The first game of the night, though, belongs to No. 3 Harvard and No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth. And it should be a good one. Minnesota-Duluth had the more thrilling road to the Frozen Four, needing three combined overtime periods to eliminate Boston University and Ohio State in the first two rounds. Harvard, right up there with Denver as NCAA’s best this year, skated through Providence and Air Force neatly. Frozen Four 2017 Live
The Full Frozen Four 2017 schedule
All games are streaming live on the WatchESPN app. All games played at the United Center in Chicago. Minnesota Duluth and Denver will square off in Saturday’s championship game after advancing on Thursday. The Bulldogs did it in dramatic fashion with a tiebreaking goal with 26.6 seconds remaining, while Denver took all the intrigue out early with a thrashing of Notre Dame. Now the top two seeds in the tournament will have their eyes on each other with the trophy within an arm’s reach. Read below for a full recap of Thursday’s contests and look ahead to Saturday’s matchup for all the marbles. News Source