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The participants were:
First Round Edit
The first round games were played on March 26th.
|#4 Bemidji State||2||0||1||0||3|
|#2 New Hampshire||0||1||1||1||3|
On March 27, the semifinal winners, Denver and New Hampshire, met in the Northeast final. In the second period, New Hampshire sophomore forward Daniel Winnik, who had scored the overtime winner over Harvard the previous night, scored the first NCAA Tournament penalty shot goal since 1999, putting the Wildcats up 2-1. With just under two minutes to play in the second period, Denver forward Gabe Gauthier would score his second goal of the game to knot the score at two. Luke Fulghum scored the game winner for the Pioneers with just under four minutes to play, and Gauthier's empty net goal would give him a hat trick for the night and seal the Pioneers' second straight Frozen Four appearance.
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All-Regional Team Edit
- G Kevin Regan, New Hampshire
- D Matt Carle, Denver
- D Tyson Teplitsky, New Hampshire
- F Gabe Gauthier, Denver
- F Daniel Winnik, New Hampshire
- F Kevin Ulanski, Denver
Most Outstanding Player: F Gabe Gauthier, Denver