Miami of Ohio stopped Bemidji State's bid for a national championship in men's college hockey tonight (Thursday). The Red Hawks scored three second period goals and went on to a 4-1 win over the Beavers. It was the first semi-final game of the Frozen Four in Washington D.C. Miami now plays for the national title Saturday night against the winner of the Boston University-Vermont game. BSU was the 16th seed in the NCAA tournament, and upset Notre Dame and Cornell to reach the Frozen Four. Congratulations to coach Tom Serratore and the BSU team for a great run and giving northern Minnesota hockey fans a lot to cheer about. It was fun!
Read the NY Times game report.
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