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The 1968 Frozen Four was held March 14-16, 1968, in Duluth, Minnesota at Duluth Arena.

The participants were:

Denver won its fourth national title in exceptional fashion, becoming the first school to record a shutout in the national title game, blanking North Dakota 4-0.

BracketEdit

Semifinals Finals
Denver 4
Boston College 1
Denver 4
North Dakota 0
Cornell 1
North Dakota 4

Consolation Game: Cornell 6, Boston College 1

All-Tournament Team Edit

First Team

  • G Gerry Powers, Denver
  • D Terry Abram, North Dakota
  • D Keith Magnuson, Denver
  • F Brian Cornell, Cornell
  • F Bob Munro, North Dakota
  • F Bob Trembecky, Denver

Second Team

  • G Ken Dryden, Cornell
  • D Tim Gould, Denver
  • D Terry Ogden, North Dakota
  • F Dave Kartio, North Dakota
  • F Jim Wiste, Denver
  • F Tom Gilmore, Denver

Most Outstanding Player: G Gerry Powers, Denver


Team PhotosEdit


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