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The 1964 Frozen Four was held March 19-21, 1964. The tournament took place in Denver, Colorado on the campus of the University of Denver at the University of Denver Arena for the second time in four years.

The participants were:

After winning six of the first nine national championships, Michigan won its seventh after an 8 year drought, defeating the host Denver Pioneers 6-3.

This was the first Frozen Four in a decade that did not feature either of New York's North Country schools.

BracketEdit

Semifinals Finals
Denver 4
Rensselaer 1
Denver 3
Michigan 6
Michigan 3
Providence 2

Consolation Game: Rensselaer 2, Providence 1

All-Tournament Team Edit

First Team

  • G Bob Gray, Michigan
  • D Tom Polonic, Michigan
  • D Wayne Smith, Denver
  • F Andy Herrebout, Denver
  • F Bill Staub, Denver
  • F Gordon Wilkie, Michigan

Second Team

  • G Bob Bellemore, Providence
  • D Jim Kenning, Denver
  • D Larry Kish, Providence
  • D Barry MacDonald, Michigan
  • F Mel Wakabayashi, Michigan
  • F Jerry Knightley, Rensselaer
  • F Jack Cole, Michigan

Most Outstanding Player: G Bob Gray, Michigan


Team PhotosEdit



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