The NCAA's Frozen Four title is coming to Chicago toward the beginning of April
The NCAA's Frozen Four title is coming to Chicago toward the beginning of April, and we now know which 16 groups will go after spots at the greatest occasion in university hockey.
The Frozen Four will occur on Apr. 6 and 8 at the United Center in Chicago, and will include the four best school hockey groups in the country. 16 groups have made the section for the competition, yet just four will make it to the Windy City.
A few Chicago Blackhawks prospects will be among those vieing for the top prize in school hockey. Defenseman Chad Krys will join his Boston University colleagues in the competition, and he's been having a solid season for the Terriers as he's scored five objectives and handed out five aids his first season at the school.
Notre Dame defenseman Dennis Gilbert will likewise be taking an interest in the competition, and he'll be hoping to expand on a solid 2016-17 season that saw him pile on 22 aids 37 amusements for the Fighting Irish.
Sixteen groups are all that stay of the 60 that began the 2016-17 men's hockey season. Before one weekend from now's over, we'll know which of those 16 are gone to Chicago for the Men's Frozen Four.
Leaving an exciting gathering title end of the week and Sunday's choice show, the table is set for a really incredible national competition. At the point when the regionals were reported Sunday, it turned out to be certain that board of trustees kept it truly straightforward in planning the current year's section. Keeping up section trustworthiness was the need, and they got some assistance from a profoundly helpful Pairwise positioning that didn't require much rearranging.