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     *** NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Championship - Frozen Four Records ***
                      (Complete through 2013 Frozen Four)
 
                            From The Sports Network
 
 
 Individual, Game
 GOALS
 5, Carl Lawrence, Colorado Col. vs. Boston College, NSF, March 16, 1950
 5, Gil Burford, Michigan vs. Boston College, N3d, March 18, 1950
 4, Joe Riley, Dartmouth vs. Colorado Col., NSF, March 18, 1948
 4, Chris Ray, Colorado Col. vs. Boston U., CH, March 18, 1950
 4, Abbie Moore, Rensselaer vs. Boston U., N3d, March 14, 1953
 4, Dick Dougherty, Minnesota vs. Boston College, NSF, March 11, 1954
 4, Ron Stenlund, Michigan Tech vs. Boston College, NSF, March 15, 1956
 4, Bob McCusker, Colorado Col. vs. Michigan, CH, March 16, 1957
 4, Bob Van Lammers, Clarkson vs. Harvard, N3d, March 15, 1958
 4, Murray Heatley, Wisconsin vs. Michigan Tech, N3d, March 21, 1970
 4, Dave Westner, Cornell vs. Denver, NSF, March 17, 1972
 4, Doug Smail, North Dakota vs. Northern Mich., CH, March 29, 1980
 
 FASTEST GAME-OPENING GOAL
 :07, Al Karlander, Michigan Tech vs. Cornell, NSF, March 14, 1969
 :18, Gil Burford, Michigan vs. Dartmouth, NSF, March 17, 1949
 :20, Luc St. Jean, Clarkson vs. Cornell, CH, March 21, 1970
 :21, Sean Collins, New Hampshire vs. Maine, NSF, April 4, 2002
 :22, George McManama, Harvard vs. Michigan Tech, N3d, March 15, 1969
 
 FASTEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS
 :13, Bert Dunn, Michigan vs. Boston U., NSF, March 13, 1953
 :16, Dave Gauthier, Harvard vs. Minnesota, NSF, March 13, 1975
 :20, Ron Zuke, Michigan Tech vs. Northern Mich., N3d, March 28, 1981
 :21, Gordie Peterkin, Rensselaer vs. Michigan, NSF, March 12, 1954
 :27, Mark Baron, Minn.-Duluth vs. Rensselaer, NSF, March 29, 1985
 
 FASTEST HAT TRICK
 4:20, Warren Miller, Minnesota vs. Harvard, NSF, March 13, 1975
 4:35, Jim Montgomery, Maine vs. Lake Superior St., CH, April 3, 1993
 4:52, Gil Burford, Michigan vs. Boston College, N3d, March 18, 1950
 5:35, Jon Anderson, Minnesota vs. Maine, NSF, March 31, 1989
 7:14, Dan Lodboa, Cornell vs. Clarkson, CH, March 21, 1970
 
 ASSISTS
 5, Bob Poffenroth, Wisconsin vs. Michigan Tech, N3d, March 21, 1970
 5, Brendan Smith, Wisconsin vs. Rochester Inst., NSF, April 8, 2010
 4, 15 times, most recent: Brett Skinner, Denver vs. Colorado Coll, NSF 4-7-05
 
 PENALTIES
 8, Randy Skarda, Minnesota vs. Maine, N3d, April 2, 1988
 5, Dick Starrak, Michigan vs. Dartmouth, NSF, March 17, 1949
 5, Jack Capuano, Maine vs. Minnesota, N3d, April 2, 1988
 4, 14 times, most recent: Craig Woodcraft, Colgate vs. Wisconsin, CH, Apr. 90
 
 SAVES
 62, Chris Terreri, Providence vs. Boston College, NSF, March 28, 1985 (3 ot)
 55, Eddie MacDonald, Clarkson vs. Colorado Col., NSF, March 14, 1957
 55, Rick Kosti, Minn.-Duluth vs. Bowling Green, CH, March 24, 1984 (4 ot)
 52, Chris Terreri, Providence vs. Minnesota, N3d, March 26, 1983
 52, Marty Turco, Michigan vs. Maine, NSF, March 30, 1995 (3 ot)
 
 SHUTOUTS
 Rick Best, Michigan Tech vs. Brown, NSF, March 19, 1965 (4-0)
 Ken Dryden, Cornell vs. North Dakota, NSF, March 16, 1967 (1-0)
 Gerry Powers, Denver vs. North Dakota, CH, March 16, 1968 (4-0)
 Ron Grahame, Denver vs. Harvard, N3d, March 20, 1971 (1-0)
 Tim Regan, Boston U. vs. Cornell, CH, March 18, 1972 (4-0)
 Terry Kleisinger, Wisconsin vs. New Hampshire, NSF, March 26, 1982 (5-0)
 Marc Behrend, Wisconsin vs. Providence, NSF, March 24, 1983 (2-0)
 Marty Turco, Michigan vs. Boston U., NSF, March 28, 1996 (4-0)
 Marty Turco, Michigan vs. New Hampshire, NSF, April 2, 1998 (4-0)
 Karl Goehring, North Dakota vs. Maine, NSF, April 6, 2000 (2-0)
 Karl Goehring, North Dakota vs. Michigan St., NSF, April 5, 2001 (2-0)
 Adam Berkhoel, Denver vs. Maine, CH, April 10, 2004 (1-0)
 John Muse, Boston College vs. Wisconsin, CH, April 10, 2010 (5-0)
 Shawn Hunwick, Michigan vs. North Dakota, NSF, April 7, 2011 (2-0)
 Jeff Malcolm, Yale vs. Quinnipiac, CH, April 13, 2013 (4-0)
 
 Individual, Year
 GOALS
 7, Bob McCusker, Colorado Col., 1957
 6, Carl Lawrence, Colorado Col., 1950
 6, Dick Dougherty, Minnesota, 1954
 5, Wally Gacek, Michigan, 1948
 5, Gil Burford, Michigan, 1950
 5, Chris Ray, Colorado Col., 1950
 5, Bill Cleary, Harvard, 1955
 5, Bob Van Lammers, Clarkson, 1958
 5, Bill Masterton, Denver, 1961
 5, Terry Meagher, Boston U., 1975
 5, Dave Silk, Boston U., 1977
 5, Nathan Gerbe, Boston College, 2008
 
 ASSISTS
 6, Tony Frasca, Colorado Col., 1950
 6, Bill Robbins, Boston U., 1975
 6, Jack O?Callahan, Boston U., 1978
 5, 19 times, most recent: Joe Whitney, Boston College and Brendan Smith,
    Wisconsin, 2010
 
 POINTS
 9, Chris Ray, Colorado Col., 1950 (5 goals, 4 assists)
 9, Tony Frasca, Colorado Col., 1950 (3 goals, 6 assists)
 9, John Mayasich, Minnesota, 1954 (4 goals, 5 assists)
 9, Dick Dougherty, Minnesota, 1954 (6 goals, 3 assists)
 9, Bill MacFarland, Michigan, 1954 (4 goals, 5 assists)
 9, Bob McCusker, Colorado Col., 1957 (7 goals, 2 assists)
 
 PENALTIES
 9, Randy Skarda, Minnesota, 1988
 8, Jack Capuano, Maine, 1988
 6, Dick Starrak, Michigan, 1948
 6, Dick Starrak, Michigan, 1949
 6, Jim Archibald, North Dakota, 1984
 6, Jim Johnson, Minn.-Duluth, 1985
 
 SAVES
 102, Chris Terreri, Providence, 1985
 99, Eddie MacDonald, Clarkson, 1957
 91, Jim Logue, Boston College, 1959
 88, Lorne Howes, Michigan, 1955
 88, Richie Broadbelt, St. Lawrence, 1962
 
 SAVE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2 GAMES)
 .986, Ken Dryden, Cornell, 1967 (1 goal allowed, 71 saves)
 .985, Tim Regan, Boston U., 1972 (1 goal allowed, 65 saves)
 .974, John Muse, Boston College, 2010 (1 goal allowed, 37 saves
 .968, Gerry Powers, Denver, 1968 (1 goal allowed, 30 saves)
 .967, Jimmy Howard, Maine, 2004 (2 goals allowed, 59 saves)
 
 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (MIN. 2 GAMES)
 0.50, Ken Dryden, Cornell, 1967 (1 goal allowed)
 0.50, Gerry Powers, Denver, 1968 (1 goal allowed)
 0.50, Tim Regan, Boston U., 1972 (1 goal allowed)
 0.50, John Muse, Boston College, 2010 (1 goal allowed)
 0.87, Marty Turco, Michigan, 1998 (2 goals allowed)
 
 Individual, Career
 GOALS
 9, Gil Burford, Michigan, 1949-51
 8, Wally Gacek, Michigan, 1948-49
 8, Dick Dougherty, Minnesota, 1953-54
 8, Bill MacFarland, Michigan, 1954-56
 8, Tom Rendall, Michigan, 1955-57
 8, Bob Van Lammers, Clarkson, 1957-58
 8, Dave Silk, Boston U., 1977-78
 8, Nathan Gerbe, Boston College, 2006-08
 
 ASSISTS
 9, Doug Philpott, Michigan, 1952-54
 9, Terry Slater, St. Lawrence, 1959-61
 9, Vic Stanfield, Boston U., 1974-75
 8, Wally Grant, Michigan, 1948-50
 8, Gil Burford, Michigan, 1949-51
 8, Bill Robbins, Boston U., 1974-76
 8, Brett Skinner, Denver, 2004-05
 
 POINTS
 17, Gil Burford, Michigan, 1949-51 (9 goals, 8 assists)
 16, Doug Philpott, Michigan, 1952-54 (7 goals, 9 assists)
 14, Bill MacFarland, Michigan, 1954-56 (8 goals, 6 assists)
 13, Dave Silk, Boston U., 1977-78 (8 goals, 5 assists)
 13, Phil Sykes, North Dakota, 1980, 82 (7 goals, 6 assists)
 13, Nathan Gerbe, Boston College, 2006-08 (8 goals, 5 assists)
 
 PENALTIES
 12, Dick Starrak, Michigan, 1948-49
 9, Bob Schiller, Michigan, 1955-57
 9, Jim Archibald, North Dakota, 1982, 84
 9, Randy Skarda, Minnesota, 1988
 8, Jack Capuano, Maine, 1988
 8, Todd Richards, Minnesota, 1986-89
 
 SAVES
 208, Scott Clemmensen, Boston College, 1998-2001
 183, Ken Dryden, Cornell, 1967-69
 177, *Ron Grahame, Denver, 1971-73
 163, Eddie MacDonald, Clarkson, 1957-58
 162, Richie Broadbelt, St. Lawrence, 1961-62
 
 SAVE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 3 GAMES)
 .957, Karl Goehring, North Dakota, 2000-2001 (5 goals allowed, 110 saves)
 .951, Chris Terreri, Providence, 1983, 85 (8 goals allowed, 154 saves)
 .941, Marc Behrend, Wisconsin, 1981-83 (6 goals allowed, 96 saves)
 .938, Ken Dryden, Cornell, 1967-69 (12 goals allowed, 183 saves)
 .938, Bob Iwabuchi, North Dakota, 1979-80 (4 goals allowed, 60 saves)
 
 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE (MIN. 3 GAMES)
 1.23, Karl Goehring, North Dakota, 2000-01 (5 goals allowed)
 1.50, Gerry Powers, Denver, 1968-69 (6 goals allowed)
 1.50, Bob Iwabuchi, North Dakota, 1979-80 (4 goals allowed)
 1.50, Marc Behrend, Wisconsin, 1981-83 (6 goals allowed)
 1.57, Marty Turco, Michigan, 1995-98 (11 goals allowed)
 
 GOALIE VICTORIES
 4, Willard Ikola, Michigan, 1952-54 (1 loss)
 4, Lorne Howes, Michigan, 1955-56 (0 losses)
 4, George Kirkwood, Denver, 1960-61 (0 losses)
 4, Ken Dryden, Cornell, 1967-69 (2 losses)
 4, Gerry Powers, Denver, 1968-69 (0 losses)
 4, Marc Behrend, Wisconsin, 1981-83 (0 losses)
 4, Marty Turco, Michigan, 1995-98 (2 losses)
 4, Scott Clemmensen, Boston College, 1998-2001 (3 losses)
 
 GOALIE WINNING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 3 DECISIONS)
 1.000, Lorne Howes, Michigan, 1955-56 (4-0)
 1.000, George Kirkwood, Denver, 1960-61 (4-0)
 1.000, Gerry Powers, Denver, 1968-69 (4-0)
 1.000, Marc Behrend, Wisconsin, 1981-83 (4-0)
 1.000, Jim Warden, Michigan Tech, 1974-75 (3-0)
 1.000, Darren Jensen, North Dakota, 1980, 82 (3-0)
 
 Team, Game
 GOALS
 14, Michigan vs. Boston U. (2), NSF, March 13, 1953
 14, Minnesota vs. Boston College (1), NSF, March 11, 1954
 13, Colorado Col. vs. Boston U. (4), CH, March 18, 1950
 13, Colorado Col. vs. Michigan (6), CH, March 16, 1957
 13, Michigan Tech vs. St. Lawrence (3), NSF, March 17, 1960
 
 GOALS, BOTH TEAMS
 19, Colorado Col. (13) vs. Michigan (6), CH, March 16, 1957
 17, Colorado Col. (13) vs. Boston U. (4), CH, March 18, 1950
 16, Michigan (10) vs. Boston College (6), N3d, March 18, 1950
 16, Michigan (14) vs. Boston U. (2), NSF, March 13, 1953
 16, Michigan Tech (13) vs. St. Lawrence (3), NSF, March 17, 1960
 
 GOALS, PERIOD
 10, Colorado Col. vs. Boston U., CH, March 18, 1950 (3rd)
 8, Michigan Tech vs. St. Lawrence, NSF, March 17, 1960 (2nd)
 7, Colorado Col. vs. Michigan, CH, March 16, 1957 (3rd)
 6, Brown vs. Colorado Col., NSF, March 16, 1951 (2nd)
 6, Michigan vs. Boston U., NSF, March 13, 1953 (3rd)
 6, Minnesota vs. Boston College, NSF, March 11, 1954 (1st)
 
 GOALS, PERIOD, BOTH TEAMS
 13, Colorado Col. (10) vs. Boston U. (3), CH, March 18, 1950 (3rd)
 9, Colorado Col. (7) vs. Michigan (2), CH, March 16, 1957 (3rd)
 9, Michigan Tech (8) vs. St. Lawrence (1), NSF, March 17, 1960 (2nd)
 8, Michigan (6) vs. Boston U. (2), NSF, March 13, 1953 (3rd)
 7, 10 times, most recent: Michigan St. (5) vs. Maine (2), April 1, 1989 (2nd)
 
 GOALS, LOSING TEAM
 7, Boston U. vs. Brown (8), N3d, March 27, 1976
 7, Boston U. vs. Northern Mich. (8), CH, March 30, 1991 (3 ot)
 6, Boston College vs. Michigan (10), N3d, March 18, 1950
 6, Michigan vs. Colorado Col. (13), CH, March 16, 1957
 6, St. Lawrence vs. Boston College (7), N3d, March 14, 1959 (2 ot)
 6, St. Lawrence vs. Boston U. (7), N3d, March 19, 1960
 6, Brown vs. Michigan Tech (7), NSF, March 25, 1976 (2 ot)
 6, Boston College vs. Minn.-Duluth (7), N3d, March 30, 1985 (ot)
 
 FEWEST GOALS
 0, Brown vs. Michigan Tech (4), NSF, March 19, 1965
 0, North Dakota vs. Cornell (1), NSF, March 16, 1967
 0, North Dakota vs. Denver (4), CH, March 16, 1968
 0, Harvard vs. Denver (1), N3d, March 20, 1971
 0, Cornell vs. Boston U. (4), CH, March 18, 1972
 0, New Hampshire vs. Wisconsin (5), NSF, March 26, 1982
 0, Providence vs. Wisconsin (2), NSF, March 24, 1983
 0, Boston U. vs. Michigan (4), NSF, March 28, 1996
 0, New Hampshire vs. Michigan (4), NSF, April 2, 1998
 0, Maine vs. North Dakota (2), NSF, April 6, 2000
 0, Michigan St. vs. North Dakota (2), NSF, April 5, 2001
 0, Maine vs. Denver (1), CH, April 10, 2004
 0, Wisconsin vs. Boston College (5), CH, April 10, 2010
 0, North Dakota vs. Michigan (2), NSF, April 7, 2011
 0, Quinnipiac vs. Yale (4), CH, April 13, 2013
 
 FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS
 1, Cornell (1) vs. North Dakota (0), NSF, March 16, 1967
 1, Denver (1) vs. Harvard (0), N3d, March 20, 1971
 1, Denver (1) vs. Maine (0), CH, April 10, 2004
 2, Wisconsin (2) vs. Providence (0), NSF, March 24, 1983
 2, North Dakota (2) vs. Maine (0), NSF, April 6, 2000
 2, North Dakota (2) vs. Michigan St. (0), NSF, April 5, 2001
 
 FASTEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS
 :05, Michigan (Gordon McMillan and Wally Gacek) vs. Dartmouth, CH, 1948
 :12, Colorado Col. (Harry Whitworth and Carl Lawrence) vs. Boston U., CH, 1950
 :13, Michigan (both by Bert Dunn) vs. Boston U., NSF, March 13, 1953
 :13, Michigan Tech (Al Raymond and Don Lauriente) vs. St. Lawrence, NSF, 1960
 :13, Minnesota (both by Grant Potulny) vs. Michigan, NSF, April 4, 2002
 
 FASTEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS BY OPPOSING TEAMS
 :07, Michigan Tech (Bill Terry), then Minnesota (Aaron Broten), NSF, 1981
 :08, Boston U. (Jack Garrity), then Colorado Col. (Tony Frasca), CH, 1950
 :12, Cornell (Doug Ferguson), then Boston U. (Mike Sobeski), CH, 1967
 :12, Wisconsin (Dave Herbst), then New Hampshire (Jon Fontes), NSF, 1977
 :14, Maine (Mario Thyer), then Minnesota (Dave Snuggerud), NSF, 1989
 
 WINNING MARGIN
 13, Minnesota (14) vs. Boston College (1), NSF, March 11, 1954
 12, Michigan (14) vs. Boston U. (2), NSF, March 13, 1953
 10, Michigan Tech (13) vs. St. Lawrence (3), NSF, March 17, 1960
 10, Denver (12) vs. St. Lawrence (2), CH, March 18, 1961
  9, Colorado Col. (13) vs. Boston U. (4), CH, March 18, 1950
 
 MARGIN OVERCOME TO WIN
 4, Wisconsin vs. Cornell, NSF, March 16, 1973 (trailed 4-0; won 6-5, ot)
 4, Boston U. vs. New Hampshire, N3d, March 26, 1977 (trailed 5-1; won 6-5)
 3, Colorado Col. vs. Yale, NSF, March 14, 1952 (trailed 3-0; won 4-3)
 3, Minnesota vs. Harvard, NSF, March 19, 1971 (trailed 4-1; won 6-5, ot)
 3, Michigan Tech vs. Harvard, NSF, March 15, 1974 (trailed 3-0; won 6-5, ot)
 3, Minnesota vs. Harvard, NSF, March 13, 1975 (trailed 4-1; won 6-4)
 3, Minnesota vs. Michigan Tech, CH, March 27, 1976 (trailed 3-0; won 6-4)
 3, Northern Mich. vs. Boston U. CH, March 30, 1991 (trailed 3-0; won 8-7, 3ot)
 
 ASSISTS
 19, Boston U. vs. Harvard, N3d, March 15, 1975 (10 goals)
 18, Denver vs. St. Lawrence, CH, March 18, 1961 (12 goals)
 17, Colorado Col. vs. Michigan, CH, March 16, 1957 (13 goals)
 17, *Denver vs. Boston College, NSF, March 15, 1973 (10 goals)
 16, Northeastern vs. New Hampshire, N3d, March 27, 1982 (10 goals)
 16, Lake Superior St. vs. Boston U., CH, April 2, 1994 (9 goals)
 
 ASSISTS, BOTH TEAMS
 27, Boston U. (19) vs. Harvard (8), N3d, March 15, 1975 (15 goals)
 24, Northeastern (16) vs. New Hampshire (8), N3d, March 27, 1982 (14 goals)
 23, Brown (12) vs. Boston U. (11), N3d, March 27, 1976 (15 goals)
 23, Northern Mich (12) vs. Boston U (11), CH, March 30, 1991 (15 goals) (3 ot)
 22, *Denver (17) vs. Boston College (5), NSF, March 15, 1973 (14 goals)
 
 FEWEST ASSISTS (EXCLUDING SHUTOUTS)
 0, Rensselaer vs. Minnesota, NSF, March 12, 1953 (2 goals)
 0, St. Lawrence vs. Michigan, NSF, March 16, 1956 (1 goal) (ot)
 0, St. Lawrence vs. Michigan Tech, NSF, March 16, 1962 (1 goal)
 0, Boston College vs. Denver, NSF, March 14, 1968 (1 goal)
 0, Colorado Col. vs. North Dakota, NSF, March 27, 1997 (2 goals)
 
 FEWEST ASSISTS, BOTH TEAMS
 1, Denver (1) vs. Maine (0), CH, April 10, 2004 (1 goal, shutout)
 2, Clarkson (1) vs. Harvard (1), N3d, March 16, 1957 (3 goals) (2 ot)
 2, Cornell (2) vs. North Dakota (0), NSF, March 16, 1967 (1 goal, shutout)
 2, Denver (2) vs. Harvard (0), N3d, March 20, 1971 (1 goal, shutout)
 2, Minn.-Duluth (1) vs. North Dakota (1), NSF, March 22, 1984 (3 goals) (ot)
 2, North Dakota (2) vs. Maine (0), NSF, April 6, 2000 (2 goals)
 
 POINTS
 30, Colorado Col. vs. Michigan, CH, March 16, 1957 (13 goals, 17 assists)
 30, Denver vs. St. Lawrence, CH, March 18, 1961 (12 goals, 18 assists)
 29, Boston U. vs. Harvard, N3d, March 15, 1975 (10 goals, 19 assists)
 28, Michigan vs. Boston U., NSF, March 13, 1953 (14 goals, 14 assists)
 27, Colorado Col. vs. Boston U., CH, March 18, 1950 (13 goals, 14 assists)
 27, Michigan Tech vs. St. Lawrence, NSF, March 17, 1960 (13 goals, 14 assists)
 27, *Denver vs. Boston College, NSF, March 15, 1973 (10 goals, 17 assists)
 
 POINTS, BOTH TEAMS
 42, Boston U. (10 goals, 19 assists) vs. Harvard (5 goals, 8 assists), 1975
 40, Colorado Col (13 goals, 17 assists) vs Michigan (6 goals, 4 assists), 1957
 38, Brown (8 goals, 12 assists) vs Boston U (7 goals, 11 assists), 1976
 38, Northeastern (10 goals, 16 assists) vs. New Hampshire (4 gs, 8 asts), 1982
 38, Northern Mich. (8 goals, 12 assists) vs. Boston U. (7 gs, 11 asts), 1991
 36, *Denver (10 goals, 17 assists) vs. Boston College (4 goals, 5 asts), 1973
 33, Michigan Tech (13 goals, 14 assists) vs. St. Lawrence (3 gs, 3 asts), 1960
 33, Michigan Tech (7 goals, 8 assists) vs. Brown (6 goals, 12 assists), 1976
 
 FEWEST POINTS (EXCLUDING SHUTOUTS)
 1, St. Lawrence vs. Michigan, NSF, March 16, 1956 (1 goal) (ot)
 1, St. Lawrence vs. Michigan Tech, NSF, March 16, 1962 (1 goal)
 1, Boston College vs. Denver, NSF, March 14, 1968 (1 goal)
 2, Many times, most recent: North Dakota vs. Boston College, NSF, Apr 10, 2008
 
 FEWEST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS
 2, Denver (1 goal, 1 assist) vs. Maine, CH, April 10, 2004 (shutout)
 3, Cornell (1 goal, 2 assists) vs. North Dakota, NSF, March 16, 1967 (shutout)
 3, Denver (1 goal, 2 assists) vs. Harvard, N3d, March 20, 1971 (shutout)
 4, North Dakota (2 goals, 2 assists) vs. Maine, NSF, 2000 (shutout)
 5, Clarkson (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. Harvard, N3d, March 16, 1957 (2 ot)
 5, Minn. Duluth (2 goals, 1 assists) vs. North Dakota,NSF, March 22, 1984 (ot)
 
 SHOTS ON GOAL
 65, Boston College vs. Providence, NSF, March 28, 1985 (3 goals) (3 ot)
 60, Colorado Col. vs. Clarkson, NSF, March 14, 1957 (5 goals)
 60, Bowling Green vs. Minn.-Duluth, CH, March 24, 1984 (5 goals) (4 ot)
 56, Maine vs. Michigan, NSF, March 30, 1995 (4 goals) (3 ot)
 55, Michigan Tech vs. St. Lawrence, NSF, March 16, 1962 (6 goals)
 55, Minnesota vs. Providence, N3d, March 26, 1983 (3 goals)
 
 SHOTS ON GOAL, BOTH TEAMS
 106, Maine (56) vs. Michigan (50), NSF, March 30, 1995 (7 goals) (3 ot)
 99, Brown (50) vs. Michigan Tech (49), NSF, March 25, 1976 (13 goals) (2 ot)
 96, Michigan Tech (52) vs. Harvard (44), N3d, March 15, 1969 (11 goals) (2 ot)
 96, Bowling Green (60) vs Minn-Duluth (36), CH March 24, 1984 (9 goals) (4 ot)
 94, Minnesota (50) vs. Boston U. (44), NSF, March 14, 1974 (9 goals)
 
 SHOTS ON GOAL, PERIOD
 26, Minnesota vs. Providence, N3d, March 26, 1983 (2 goals)
 24, Colorado Col. vs. Clarkson, NSF, March 14, 1957 (2 goals)
 24, Harvard vs. Michigan Tech, NSF, March 15, 1974 (1 goal)
 23, Colorado Col. vs. Michigan, CH, March 12, 1955 (2 goals)
 23, St. Lawrence vs. Boston College, N3d, March 17, 1956 (3 goals)
 23, North Dakota vs. Boston College, NSF, March 14, 1963 (3 goals)
 23, Minnesota vs. Michigan St., NSF, March 27, 1986 (2 goals)
 23, North Dakota vs. Denver, CH, April 9, 2005 (0 goals)
 
 SHOTS ON GOAL, PERIOD, BOTH TEAMS
 40, Minnesota (23) vs. Michigan St. (17), NSF, March 27, 1986 (5 goals)
 38, Minnesota (21) vs. Boston U. (17), NSF, March 14, 1974 (3 goals)
 37, Colorado Col. (20) vs. Michigan (17), N3d, March 19, 1949 (4 goals)
 37, Boston College (19) vs. Minn.-Duluth (18), N3d, March 30, 1985 (6 goals)
 36, Michigan Tech (22) vs. Michigan (14), CH, March 17, 1956 (7 goals)
 36, Cornell (19) vs. Michigan Tech (17), NSF, March 14, 1969 (4 goals)
 
 FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL
  9, Boston College vs. Denver, NSF, March 14, 1968 (1 goal)
 11, Rensselaer vs. Denver, NSF, March 19, 1964 (1 goal)
 12, Clarkson vs. Denver, NSF, March 13, 1958 (2 goals)
 12, Minnesota vs. Denver, NSF, March 17, 1961 (1 goal)
 15, St. Lawrence vs. Michigan Tech, NSF, March 16, 1962 (1 goal)
 15, Wisconsin vs. Cornell, NSF, March 19, 1970 (1 goal)
 
 FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL, BOTH TEAMS
 38, Denver (29) vs. Boston College (9), NSF, March 14, 1968 (5 goals)
 41, North Dakota (23) vs. Michigan St. (18), CH, March 28, 1987 (8 goals)
 41, Boston U. (21) vs. Michigan (20), NSF, March 27, 1997 (5 goals)
 42, Providence (26) vs. Rensselaer (16), N3d, March 21, 1964 (3 goals)
 42, Colorado Col. (23) vs. Michigan (19), CH, March 30, 1996 (5 goals) (ot)
 42, New Hampshire (21) vs. Cornell (21), NSF, April 10, 2003 (5 goals) (ot)
 
 FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL, REGULATION PERIOD
 0, Wisconsin vs. Cornell, NSF, March 19, 1970 (0 goals)
 2, Clarkson vs. Denver, NSF, March 13, 1958 (0 goals)
 2, Boston College vs. North Dakota, NSF, March 14, 1963 (1 goal)
 2, Denver vs. North Dakota, CH, March 16, 1963 (1 goal)
 2, Rensselaer vs. Providence, N3d, March 21, 1964 (0 goals)
 2, Boston College vs. Denver, NSF, March 14, 1968 (0 goals)
 2, Michigan St. vs. North Dakota, CH, March 28, 1987 (0 goals)
 2, Boston U. vs. Lake Superior St., CH, April 2, 1994 (0 goals)
 2, Minn. Duluth vs. Notre Dame, NSF, April 7, 2011 (0 goals)
 
 FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL, REGULATION PERIOD, BOTH TEAMS
 8, Colorado Col. (5) vs. Michigan (3), CH, March 30, 1996 (1 goal)
 9, Denver (6) vs. Boston College (3), NSF, March 14, 1968 (1 goal)
 9, North Dakota (6) vs. Dartmouth (3), NSF, March 27, 1980 (0 goals)
 9, Boston U. (6) vs. Michigan (3), NSF, March 28, 1996 (1 goal)
 10, Denver (7) vs. North Dakota (3), CH, March 15, 1958 (4 goals)
 10, Denver (7) vs. Minnesota (3), NSF, March 17, 1961 (2 goals)
 10, North Dakota (8) vs. Michigan St. (2), CH, March 28, 1987 (3 goals)
 10, Michigan (6) vs. Boston U. (4), NSF, March 28, 1996 (1 goal)
 10, New Hampshire (7) vs. Cornell (3), NSF, April 10, 2003 (1 goal)
 10, Maine (6) vs. Denver (4), CH, April 10, 2004 (1 goal)
 
 PENALTIES
 23, Minnesota vs. Maine, N3d, April 2, 1988
 20, Maine vs. Minnesota, N3d, April 2, 1988
 18, Colgate vs. Wisconsin, CH, April 1, 1990
 16, Lake Superior St. vs. Maine, NSF, March 31, 1988
 16, Maine vs. Lake Superior St., NSF, March 31, 1988
 
 PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS
 43, Minnesota (23) vs. Maine (20), N3d, April 2, 1988
 32, Lake Superior St. (16) vs. Maine (16), NSF, March 31, 1988
 32, Colgate (18) vs. Wisconsin (14), CH, April 1, 1990
 27, Rensselaer (15) vs. Minn.-Duluth (12), NSF, March 29, 1985 (3 ot)
 25, Boston College (14) vs. Minn.-Duluth (11), N3d, March 30, 1985 (ot)
 
 FEWEST PENALTIES
 0, Boston College vs. Michigan, N3d, March 18, 1950
 0, Michigan vs. Boston College, N3d, March 18, 1950
 0, Boston U. vs. Denver, NSF, March 18, 1960
 0, Harvard vs. Boston U., N3d, March 16, 1974
 1, 10 times, most recent: Yale vs. UMass Lowell, NSF, April 11, 2013
 
 FEWEST PENALTIES, BOTH TEAMS
 0, Michigan (0) vs. Boston College (0), N3d, March 18, 1950
 1, Boston U. (1) vs. Harvard (0), N3d, March 16, 1974
 2, Denver (2) vs. Boston U. (0), NSF, March 18, 1960
 3, Boston U. (2) vs. Clarkson (1), NSF, March 28, 1991
 4, Brown (2) vs. Michigan (2), CH, March 17, 1951
 4, Denver (3) vs. Minnesota (1), NSF, March 17, 1961
 4, Cornell (2) vs. Wisconsin (2), NSF, March 16, 1973 (ot)
 4, Bowling Green (2) vs. Michigan St. (2), NSF, March 23, 1984
 
 LONGEST GAME
 100:28, Maine (4) vs. Michigan (3), NSF, March 30, 1995 (3 ot)
 97:11, Bowling Green (5) vs. Minn.-Duluth (4), CH, March 24, 1984 (4 ot)
 89:31, Colorado Col. (4) vs. Vermont (3), NSF, March 28, 1996 (2 ot)
 85:45, Rensselaer (6) vs. Minn.-Duluth (5), NSF, March 29, 1985 (3 ot)
 81:57, Northern Mich. (8) vs. Boston U. (7), CH, March 30, 1991 (3 ot)
 
 Team, Year
 GOALS
 23, Colorado Col., 1950
 21, Michigan, 1953
 18, Minnesota, 1954
 18, Colorado Col., 1957
 18, Denver, 1961
 
 FEWEST GOALS
 (Min. 2 games)
 1, North Dakota, 1967
 2, Harvard, 1957
 2, Harvard, 1958
 2, St. Lawrence, 1962
 2, Boston College, 1968
 2, Maine, 2004
 
 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED (MIN. 2 GAMES)
 1, Cornell, 1967
 1, Denver, 1968
 1, Boston U., 1972
 1, Boston College, 2010
 2, Michigan Tech, 1962
 2, Michigan Tech, 1965
 2, Michigan St., 1966
 2, Wisconsin, 1983
 2, Michigan, 1996
 2, Michigan, 1998
 2, North Dakota, 2000
 2, Maine, 2004
 2, Boston College, 2008
 2, Boston College, 2012
 2, Yale, 2013
 
 ASSISTS
 28, Denver, 1961 (18 goals)
 27, Colorado Col., 1950 (23 goals)
 27, Boston U., 1975 (15 goals)
 24, Colorado Col., 1957 (18 goals)
 24, Brown, 1976 (14 goals)
 
 POINTS
 50, Colorado Col., 1950 (23 goals, 27 assists)
 46, Denver, 1961 (18 goals, 28 assists)
 42, Colorado Col., 1957 (18 goals, 24 assists)
 42, Boston U., 1975 (15 goals, 27 assists)
 41, Michigan, 1953 (21 goals, 20 assists)
 
 SHOTS ON GOAL
 105, Boston College, 1985 (9 goals)
 102, Michigan, 1952 (13 goals)
 101, Colorado Col., 1957 (18 goals)
 99, Michigan Tech, 1962 (13 goals)
 98, Michigan Tech, 1969 (8 goals)
 
 FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL (MIN. 2 GAMES)
 27, Rensselaer, 1964 (3 goals)
 31, Clarkson, 1958 (7 goals)
 31, Minnesota, 1961 (5 goals)
 31, St. Lawrence, 1962 (2 goals)
 31, Boston College, 1968 (2 goals)
 
 PENALTIES
 36, Maine, 1988
 30, Minnesota, 1988
 28, Lake Superior St., 1988
 25, Wisconsin, 1978
 23, Boston U., 1976
 23, Minn.-Duluth, 1985
 23, Wisconsin, 1990
 
 FEWEST PENALTIES (MIN. 2 GAMES)
 3, Michigan, 1950
 3, Boston College, 1963
 4, Boston College, 1950
 4, St. Lawrence, 1955
 4, Clarkson, 1958
 4, Denver, 1963
 4, Boston U., 1974
 4, Harvard, 1974
 
 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES
 24, Michigan, 1948-2011
 23, Boston College, 1948-2012
 21, Boston U., 1950-2009
 20, Minnesota, 1953-2012
 19, North Dakota, 1958-2011
 13, *Denver, 1958-2005
 12, Harvard, 1955-94
 11, Michigan St., 1959-2007
 11, Maine, 1988-2007
 11, *Wisconsin, 1970-2010
 10, Michigan Tech, 1956-81
 10, Colorado Col., 1948-2005
  9, St. Lawrence, 1952-2000
 
 CONSECUTIVE FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES
 10, Michigan, 1948-57
 5, Colorado Col., 1948-52
 5, Boston U., 1974-78
 5, Boston U., 1993-97
 4, St. Lawrence, 1959-62
 4, Cornell, 1967-70
 4, Minnesota, 1986-89
 4, Michigan, 1995-98
 4, Boston College, 1998-2001
 4, North Dakota, 2005-08
 3, Boston College, 1948-50
 3, Michigan Tech, 1974-76
 3, Minnesota, 1974-76
 3, Lake Superior St., 1992-94
 3, Michigan, 2001-03
 
 FROZEN FOUR WINS
 25, Michigan, 1948-2011
 21, North Dakota, 1958-2007
 20, Boston U., 1950-2009
 19, Minnesota, 1953-2003
 18, *Denver, 1958-2005
 18, Boston College, 1948-2012
 16, *Wisconsin, 1970-2010
 11, Michigan Tech, 1956-81
 10, Michigan St., 1959-2007
 8, Maine, 1988-2007
 7, Cornell, 1967-80
 7, Lake Superior St., 1988-94
 7, Colorado Col., 1948-97
 
 FROZEN FOUR WINNING PERCENTAGE
 (Min. 4 games)
 .875, Lake Superior St., 1988-94 (7-1)
 .750, Bowling Green, 1978-84 (3-1)
 .750, Yale, 1952-2013 (3-1)
 .727, *Wisconsin, 1970-2010 (16-6)
 .692, *Denver, 1958-2005 (18-8)
 .641, Michigan, 1948-2011 (25-14)
 .600, North Dakota, 1958-2011 (21-14)
 .600, Rensselaer, 1953-85 (6-4)
 .571, Minn. Duluth, 1984-2011 (4-3)
 .550, Michigan Tech, 1956-81 (11-9)
 .528, Minnesota, 1953-2012 (19-17)
 .526, Boston U. 1950-2009 (20-18)
 .500, Three teams tied
 
 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
 9, Michigan
 7, Denver
 7, North Dakota
 6, Wisconsin
 5, Minnesota
 5, Boston U.
 5, Boston College
 3, Lake Superior St.
 3, Michigan Tech
 3, Michigan St.
 2, Colorado Col.
 2, Cornell
 2, Maine
 2, Rensselaer
 
 03/24 12:54:59 ET