Friday, April 6, 2007

BOSTON COLLEGE IN FROZEN FOUR FINAL

Undefeated and unscored upon regular season ACC Ice Hockey and ACC Ice Hockey Tournament champions, Boston College defeated North Dakota last night 6-4 to advance to the semi-finals in the 2007 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey National Championship Frozen Four in St. Louis. The Eagles (39-11-1) (22-0, ACC) will take their 13-game winning streak into the national championship game against a Michigan State team looking for its first title since 1986.

Shockingly, Boston College was the only ACC team invited to the tournament. “Don’t we usually get eight or nine?” asked Duke hockey coach John “S***, F***, Damn, Piss, Gobble, Nibble, Chew” Krzxydhfvb3ski. “No, Mike Williams knows hockey and Mike Williams loves these kids, and Mike Williams is here to tell you that you’re thinking about lacrosse. This is hockey, the sticks are different,” said UNC hockey coach Mike “Sniffles” Williams.

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