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Michigan vs. Boston College final score, results: Eagles route Wolverines in 2024 Frozen Four.

SportsMichigan vs. Boston College final score, results: Eagles route Wolverines in 2024 Frozen Four.

Tristan Broz scored his second overtime goal of the NCAA Tournament and No. 3 seed Denver beat No. 2 Boston University 2-1 on Thursday night to advance to the national championship game for the first time since winning the title in 2022.

Denver (31-9-3), playing in its 19th Frozen Four, seeks its 10th national title in program history on Saturday — which would break a tie with Michigan for the most in college hockey history.

Denver has just two losses since the start of February, going 14-2-1 in the last 17 games.

BU senior Luke Tuch opened the scoring at 7:45 of the first period with his 10th goal of the season. He stole the puck and went in alone for a shothanded goal. It was BU’s fourth shorthanded goal of the season — and first scored by somebody other than Nick Zabaneh.

Boston University (28-10-2) entered 19-1-0 this season when leading after the first period.

Denver’s Tristan Lemyre tied it at 1-all with his second goal of the season. He took advantage of a wide-open slot by beating BU goalie Mathieu Caron.

Broz scored from the top of the right circle at 11:09 of overtime by leading a 3-on-2 and sending a wrist shot through the pads of Caron. It was the 40th point of the season for Broz.

TEAM NOTES (DU):
Denver is 18-15-2 in its 35 meetings with the Boston University Terriers.
The Pioneers are now 4-2 all-time in the NCAA Tournament against Boston University.
Thursday marked the second meeting in St. Paul in the national tournament (2016: 7-2 Denver).
Denver is now 12-6 all-time in the national semifinal.
Thursday continued Denver’s 33rd appearance in the NCAA Tournament in program history. DU owns a 43-25 all-time record in the national tournament.
Denver improved to 19-9-2 in its last 30 top-3 match-ups, including 8-2-1 in the last 11 such meetings.
With the win, Denver improved its now season-long win streak to eight games.
2024 marks the first national tournament in the program’s history that has seen the Pioneers win two overtime games in the same tournament.
Denver improved to 13-6 in the national semifinal round, entering Saturday with a 9-3 record in the national title game.
The Pioneers improved to 8-2 in its 10 national tournament games in Minnesota, including 6-2 in the Twin Cities.
Denver is 18-9 at the Xcel Energy Center since the building opened in 2000.
The Pioneers have won three-straight games by a score of 2-1 for the first time in the program’s history.
National Goalie of March Matt Davis, who made his 25th-straight start in net on Thursday, made 33 saves, while allowing just the one goal in the opening period. .
Massimo Rizzo made his first appearance in the Denver lineup since February 3 against Western Michigan (missed 14 games with a lower-body injury).
Tristan Lemyre’s goal in the second period was his second of the season (March 2 at St. Cloud State), and the sixth of his Pioneer career.
Miko Matikka’s assist was his 13th of his rookie season, and his 33rd point. The point was also Matikka’s second of the NCAA Tournament.
Tristan Broz scored his second overtime winner of the NCAA Tournament (March 28 vs. UMass in the first round). Broz scored his fourth game-winner of the season and the sixth of his career.
Denver won its third 2-1 game of the tournament, its only 2-1 wins of the season.
Sean Behrens game-winning assist was his 26th of the season and the 70th of his career.

The ice opens up during 4-on-4 play, and Boston College took advantage of that. The Eagles scored two goals in 49 seconds in the second period, helping Boston College punch its ticket to the NCAA championship.

Will Smith scored two goals to lead No. 1 Boston College to a 4-0 victory over Michigan in the Frozen Four semifinals. It’s the 12 championship appearance for the Eagles as they look for their sixth national title.

Boston College (34-5-1) established a lead early, but Michigan (23-15-3) had the advantage in the shots column. The Wolverines outshot the Eagles 32-22 over three periods.

Nonetheless, Jacob Fowler stood tall in goal, refusing to allow a shot past him. The freshman goaltender finished with 32 saves.

Gabe Perreault tallied one goal and two assists, and Cutter Gauthier scored a goal.

Boston College will play No. 3 Denver in the NCAA championship on Saturday, April 13.

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Michigan vs. Boston College score

1 2 3 F
Boston College 1 2 1 4
Michigan 0 0 0 0
Michigan vs. Boston College results, highlights from 2024 NCAA Frozen Four
(All times Eastern).

Final: Boston College 4, Michigan 0
11:03 p.m.: Boston College picks up a slashing penalty that ultimately saves a goal. Michigan will go on the power play.

11 p.m.: GOAL! Gabe Perreault wraps around the net and places the puck behind the Michigan goaltender with 14:57 remaining. Boston College leads 4-0.

10:56 p.m.: Barczewski sprawls out to make another save, this one on a breakaway by Leonard.Boston College (34-5-1) established a lead early, but Michigan (23-15-3) had the advantage in the shots column. The Wolverines outshot the Eagles 32-22 over three periods.

Nonetheless, Jacob Fowler stood tall in goal, refusing to allow a shot past him. The freshman goaltender finished with 32 saves.

Gabe Perreault tallied one goal and two assists, and Cutter Gauthier scored a goal.

Boston College will play No. 3 Denver in the NCAA championship on Saturday, April 13.

WATCH: 2024 Frozen Four LIVE on Fubo

Michigan vs. Boston College score

1 2 3 F
Boston College 1 2 1 4
Michigan 0 0 0 0
Michigan vs. Boston College results, highlights from 2024 NCAA Frozen Four
(All times Eastern).

Final: Boston College 4, Michigan 0
11:03 p.m.: Boston College picks up a slashing penalty that ultimately saves a goal. Michigan will go on the power play.

11 p.m.: GOAL! Gabe Perreault wraps around the net and places the puck behind the Michigan goaltender with 14:57 remaining. Boston College leads 4-0.

10:56 p.m.: Barczewski sprawls out to make another save, this one on a breakaway by Leonard.

Second period: Boston College 3, Michigan 0
10:26 p.m.: GOAL! Cutter Gauthier picks up the puck and scores on a breakaway to put the Eagles up 3-0 with 6:46 remaining in the second period.

10:25 p.m.: GOAL! Smith scores his second goal of the night. He backhands the puck from behind the net off the Michigan defender’s feet and through Barczewski’s five-hole. Boston College leads 2-0.
10:24 p.m.: And there’s more 4-on-4 action as Michigan picks up a tripping penalty.

10:23 p.m.: Michigan goes on another power play with about eight minutes to play in the second period.

10:15 p.m.: It’s still a fast-paced game with numerous shots on goal from both sides. Michigan still leads that stat 12-8 but remains scoreless.

10:08 p.m.: Michigan to go on the power play as Boston College commits an interference penalty. Michigan is the nation’s top power play team. BC leads 1-0 with 15:55 remaining.

10:05 p.m.: Barczewski save! The Michigan goalie sprawls out to stop Leonard’s slick stick work.

First period: Boston College 1, Michigan 0
9:44 p.m.: It’s another unsuccessful power play for the Eagles. Under two minutes to play in the first period

9:38 p.m.: Not too long after, the Wolverines pick up a tripping penalty.

9:37 p.m.: Both penalties are killed without allowing a goal.

9:34 p.m.: Boston College picks up a hooking penalty. It’ll be 4-on-4 for 1:25 before Michigan gains the man-advantage.
9:32 p.m.: First power play of the game goes to Boston College. The Wolverines are called for boarding. It’ll be 5-on-4 for two minutes.

9:21 p.m.: Both sides playing with great speed through eight minutes of play. Michigan is outshooting Boston College 6-1, but the Eagles lead 1-0.

9:12 p.m.: GOAL! Will Smith nets in an easy goal off a feed from Ryan Leonard on the 2-on-1 breakaway. Boston College leads 1-0 with 18:40 remaining in the first period.

9:12 p.m.: Michigan already with a shot off the post, challenging Fowler.

9:11 p.m.: Puck is dropped and the semifinal is underway.

8:48 p.m.: Michigan’s lineup card:

Boston College’s lineup card:

Michigan vs. Boston College start time
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
The Frozen Four begins at 8:30 p.m. ET from Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

How to watch Michigan vs. Boston College?
TV channel: ESPN2
Live stream (U.S.): ESPN+, Fubo
Live stream (Canada): TSN+
All three Frozen Four games, including the championship, can be watched on ESPN2. Cable cutters can stream the game on ESPN+ or Fubo, which offers a free trial, in the United States. Canadian viewers can stream the game on TSN+.

Where is the 2024 Frozen Four?
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Venue: Xcel Energy Center
Michigan vs. Boston College odds
Michigan: +140
Boston College: -185
O/U: 7.0
Boston College is the favorite, according to BetMGM.

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