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The 1950 Frozen Four was held March 16-18, 1950, in Colorado Springs, Colorado at Broadmoor Ice Palace.

The competitors were:

Boston College, Colorado College, and Michigan each made their third straight appearance in the Frozen Four. Ultimately, Colorado College would win its first NCAA championship, defeating Boston University 13-4 in the most lopsided National Championship game in history.

Semifinals Edit

Semifinal #1 Final
Boston College 3
Colorado College 10
Semifinal #2 Final
Michigan 3
Boston University 4

Third Place Game Edit

NCAA Third Place Game Final
Michigan 10
Boston College 6


NCAA Championship Game Edit

NCAA Championship Game 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Boston University 1034
Colorado College 031013

All-Tournament Team Edit

First Team

  • G Ralph Bevins, Boston University
  • D Ross Smith, Michigan
  • D Jim Starrak, Colorado College
  • F Bill Anderson, Boston University
  • F Tony Frasca, Colorado College
  • F Jack Garrity, Boston University

Second Team

  • G Roy Ikola, Colorado College
  • D Ed Songin, Boston College
  • D Joe Folino, Boston University
  • F Jack Mulhern, Boston College
  • F Wally Grant, Michigan
  • F Ron Hartwell, Colorado College

Most Outstanding Player: G Ralph Bevins, Boston University


Team PhotosEdit



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