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The 1952 Frozen Four was held March 13-15, 1952, in Colorado Springs, Colorado at Broadmoor Ice Palace.

The competitors were:

For the fifth straight year, Colorado College and Michigan appeared in the Frozen Four. They met in the championship game for the first time, with Michigan winning its second straight NCAA championship and third overall, 4-1.

1952 would be Yale's first and, as of 2005, only Frozen Four appearance. St. Lawrence also made its debut in the tournament.

Semifinals[]

Semifinal #1 Final
Michigan 9
St. Lawrence 3
Semifinal #2 Final
Yale 3
Colorado College 4

Third Place Game[]

NCAA Third Place Game Final
Yale 4
St. Lawrence 1


NCAA Championship Game[]

NCAA Championship Game 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Colorado College 0 1 0 1
Michigan 3 1 0 4


All-Tournament Team[]

First Team

  • G Ken Kinsley, Colorado College
  • D Jim Haas, Michigan
  • D Len Maccini, Colorado College
  • F George Chin, Michigan
  • F John McKennell, Michigan
  • F Doug Philpott, Michigan

Second Team

  • G Paul Cruikshank, Yale
  • D Steve Leolich, Colorado College
  • D Reggie Shave, Michigan
  • F Earl Keyes, Michigan
  • F Wally Kilrea, Yale
  • F Omer Brandt, Colorado College

Most Outstanding Player: G Ken Kinsley, Colorado College


Team Photos[]



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