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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | April 8, 2017

How to watch, live stream, game info for 2017 Frozen Four

  The Frozen for will begin on April 6th and take place at the United Center in Chicago.

The puck will drop for the Frozen Four when Harvard takes on Minnesota-Duluth at 6 p.m. ET, followed by Denver facing Notre Dame for the second spot in the championship game.

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Game Time (ET) Network Live Stream
(1) Denver vs. (2) Minnesota Duluth 8:00 p.m.  ESPN WatchESPN

This year marks the first time the Frozen Four has been held in Chicago. The top-seeded Denver Pioneers are coming in with the most Frozen Four appearances with 14. Next up is Harvard with 12, Minnesota-Duluth with four and Notre Dame with two.

RELATED: Frozen Four coaches discuss upcoming games 

The Frozen Four has been held in Chicago for the first time. Games will also be streamed on Watch ESPN. Make sure to check back at NCAA.com for live updates.

 

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