The Men's 2014 NCAA Hockey Tournament live stream and TV schedule continues Sunday with two big games on tap. Last night Union (NY) and North Dakota were the first two teams to punch their ticket to the Frozen Four next weekend in Philadelphia. Today college hockey fans will find out who the other two teams are that will be joining them.
According to a NCAA report on March 29, top-seeded Union (N.Y.) beat Providence 3-1 on Saturday to win the NCAA East Region championship. The Dutchmen were the first team to officially advance to the Frozen Four this season, but making it to this point is nothing new for the Union squad. This will be the second time in the past three years that the Dutchmen have reached the semifinal round.
North Dakota also advanced to next weekend semifinals with a thrilling 2-1 win over Ferris State in double overtime.
Connor Gaarder scored at the 1:28 mark of the double OT session sending North Dakota and its fans into a frenzy.
Union and North Dakota will know who they will face next weekend after today’s games are complete. Union will face the winner of today’s BC/Mass-Lowell match-up and North Dakota will meet the winner of the Minnesota/St. Cloud St. match-up.
Fans can catch today’s game between Minnesota and St. Cloud St. on ESPNU and streaming live online through WatchESPN beginning at 7:30 p.m. EST.
Here is a look at today’s schedule and Vegas odds.
- Minnesota (-325) vs. St. Cloud St. -- 7:30 p.m. EST -- ESPNU/WatchESPN
- Boston College (-210) vs Mass-Lowell -- 5:00 p.m. EST -- ESPNU/WatchESPN