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| 2004 NCAA Division I Men's|
Ice Hockey Tournament
2004 Frozen Four logo
|Finals Site|| FleetCenter|
|Champions|| Denver (6th title, 8th title game,|
12th Frozen Four)
|Runner-Up|| Maine (5th title game,|
12th Frozen Four)
|Semifinalists|| Boston College (18th Frozen Four)|
Minnesota-Duluth (3rd Frozen Four)
|Winning Coach||George Gwozdecky (1st title)|
|MOP||Adam Berkhoel Denver|
| NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournaments
The 2004 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament involved 16 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college ice hockey. It began on March 26, 2004, and ended with the championship game on April 10. A total of 15 games were played.
The University of Denver, coached by George Gwozdecky, won its sixth national title with a 1-0 victory in the final game over the University of Maine, coached by Tim Whitehead before a record crowd of over 18,000 people at Boston's FleetCenter (now known as the TD Garden). While Denver's Gabe Gauthier scored the game's only goal, the game is best remembered for Denver surviving Maine's six skaters to three skaters advantage in the final 90 seconds of the contest.
First round and regional finalsEdit
- East – Pepsi Arena, Albany, New York
- Midwest – Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Northeast – Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, New Hampshire
- West – World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colorado
[[For more detailed information see 2004 Frozen Four
Record by conferenceEdit
|Conference||# of Bids||Record||Win %||Regional Finals||Frozen Four||Championship Game||Champions|
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