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1993 Frozen Four

The 1993 Frozen Four was held April 1 and 3, 1993 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Bradley Center. It was the first Frozen Four to take place in the state of Wisconsin.

The participants were:

Maine became the first Hockey East team to win a National Championship since the split with the ECAC in 1984, defeating the reigning champions Lake Superior 5-4. The victory capped a record-setting season as the Black Bears lost only one game all season long while becoming the first team to win 40 games.

Semifinals

April 1

National Championship

April 3

Maine 4 (OT)
Michigan 3
Maine 5
Lake Superior State 4
Boston Univ. 1
Lake Superior State 6

All-Tournament Team Edit

  • G Garth Snow, Maine
  • D Chris Imes, Maine
  • D Michael Smith, Lake Superior
  • F Paul Kariya, Maine
  • F Brian Rolston, Lake Superior
  • F Jim Montgomery, Maine

Most Outstanding Player: F Jim Montgomery, Maine


Team PhotosEdit


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