North Dakota's OT win over Wisconsin sets Frozen Four field
Madison, WI (Sports Network) - Andrew Kozek scored 1:47 into overtime to boost North Dakota into the Frozen Four for the fourth straight year with a 3-2 win over Wisconsin.
The Fighting Sioux (28-10-4) won the Midwest Regional final at the Kohl Center to set up a meeting against Boston College on Thursday, April 10 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. The other semifinal matchup features Michigan against Notre Dame. The winners will play in the championship game on April 12th.
Boston College bested Miami (Ohio), 4-3, in overtime to win the East Regional final. Joe Whitney scored the game-winner 12:12 into the extra frame for the Eagles (23-11-8), who advanced to the Frozen Four for the third consecutive year and 21st time in the program's history.
Michigan, the top overall seed in the tournament, and Notre Dame were victorious on Saturday. Billy Sauer made 27 saves, as the Wolverines (33-5-4) blanked Clarkson, 2-0, in the East Regional final. Michigan will be making its first trip to the Frozen Four since 2003.
The Fighting Irish (26-15-4) knocked off defending national champion Michigan State, 3-1, in the West Regional final to earn their first-ever trip to the Frozen Four.
03/31 00:01:54 ET