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The 1953 Frozen Four was held March 12-14, 1953, in Colorado Springs, Colorado at Broadmoor Ice Palace.

The competitors were:

This year's Frozen Four marked the first time that Colorado College did not appear, though Michigan appeared for the sixth straight year. In the final game, The Wolverines won their third straight NCAA championship and fourth overall by defeating Minnesota, 7-3.


Bracket

Semifinals Finals
Minnesota 3
Rensselaer 2
Minnesota 3
Michigan 7
Boston University 2
Michigan 14


All-Tournament Team

First All-Star Team

First Team

  • G Jim Mattson, Minnesota
  • D Alex McClellan, Michigan
  • D Tom Wegleitner, Minnesota
  • F John Matchefts, Michigan
  • F Dick Meredith, Minnesota
  • F Abbie Moore, Rensselaer

Second Team

  • G Willard Ikola, Michigan
  • D Herb LaFontaine, Rensselaer
  • D Reggie Shave, Michigan
  • F John Mayasich, Minnesota
  • F George Chin, Michigan
  • F Frank Chiarelli, Rensselaer

Most Outstanding Player: F John Matchefts, Michigan


Team Photos



The Frozen Four

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