The 1958 Frozen Four was held March 13-15, 1958, in Minneapolis, Minnesota at Williams Arena. After 10 straight Frozen Fours held at the Broadmoor Ice Palace in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the 1958 event was the first to be held in a different location, establishing a rotating location for the yearly championship tournament.

The participants were:

Ironically, the first Frozen Four held outside of Colorado would be won by a team from Colorado, the Denver Pioneers, who won their first national championship in their first Frozen Four appearance. The Pioneers defeated North Dakota, another team experiencing its first Frozen Four, by a 6-2 score.

Bracket[edit | edit source]

Semifinals Finals
Denver 6
Clarkson 2
Denver 6
North Dakota 2
North Dakota 9
Harvard 1

Consolation Game: Clarkson 5, Harvard 1

All-Tournament Team[edit | edit source]

First Team

  • G Rodney Schneck, Denver
  • D Bill Steenson, North Dakota
  • D Ed Zemrau, Denver
  • F Murray Massier, Denver
  • F Bob Van Lammers, Clarkson
  • F Jim Brown, Denver

Second Team

  • G Eddie MacDonald, Clarkson
  • D Blair Livingstone, Denver
  • D Ralph Lyndon, North Dakota
  • F Barry Sharp, Denver
  • F Ron King, North Dakota
  • F John MacMillan, Denver

Most Outstanding Player: F Murray Massier, Denver


Team Photos[edit | edit source]


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