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The 1978 Frozen Four was held March 23-25, 1978 in Providence, Rhode Island at the Providence Civic Center.

The participants were:

In a matchup between two Beanpot arch-rivals, the Boston University Terriers defeated Boston College 5-3 to win their third national title. In doing so, the Terriers became the first team to win the NCAA title after qualifying for the Frozen Four through an NCAA "play-in" game.

Defenseman Jack O'Callahan, who would later play for the 1980 US Olympic Team, was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.

BracketEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
Boston College 3
Boston University 5
2
3

All-Tournament Team Edit

  • G Paul Skidmore, Boston College
  • D Dick Lamby, Boston University
  • D Jack O'Callahan, Boston University
  • F Mark Fidler, Boston University
  • F Joe Mullen, Boston College
  • F Dave Silk, Boston University

Most Outstanding Player: D Jack O'Callahan, Boston University


Team PhotosEdit


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