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Denver won its second straight national championship, and third overall, in front of a hometown crowd in its home rink, running away from St. Lawrence 12-2 in the most lopsided championship game in [[Frozen Four]] history.
 
Denver won its second straight national championship, and third overall, in front of a hometown crowd in its home rink, running away from St. Lawrence 12-2 in the most lopsided championship game in [[Frozen Four]] history.
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==Bracket==
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''Consolation Game:'' '''Minnesota 4''', Rensselaer 3
   
 
== All-Tournament Team ==
 
== All-Tournament Team ==
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* D Grant Munro, Denver
 
* D Grant Munro, Denver
 
* F Trent Beatty, Denver
 
* F Trent Beatty, Denver
* F Bill Masterton, Denver
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* F Jerry Walker, Denver
 
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Most Outstanding Player: F Bill Masterton, Denver
 
Most Outstanding Player: F Bill Masterton, Denver
   
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==Team Photos==
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<gallery widths="250" captionalign="center">
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60-61MinnGG.jpg|[[University of Minnesota]]
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60-61UDenver.jpg|[[University of Denver]]
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60-61StLawU.jpg|[[St. Lawrence University]]
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{{Frozen Four}}
 
{{Frozen Four}}
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[[Category:Frozen Fours]]
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[[Category:1961 in hockey]]

Latest revision as of 07:34, February 18, 2015

The 1961 Frozen Four was held March 16-18, 1961, in Denver, Colorado on the campus of the University of Denver at the University of Denver Arena.

The participants were:

Denver won its second straight national championship, and third overall, in front of a hometown crowd in its home rink, running away from St. Lawrence 12-2 in the most lopsided championship game in Frozen Four history.

BracketEdit

Semifinals Finals
Rensselaer 3
St.Lawrence 6
St.Lawrence 2
Denver 12
Denver 6
Minnesota 1

Consolation Game: Minnesota 4, Rensselaer 3

All-Tournament Team Edit

First Team

  • G Mike Larson, Minnesota
  • D Marty Howe, Denver
  • D Grant Munro, Denver
  • F Trent Beatty, Denver
  • F Bill Masterton, Denver
  • F Jerry Walker, Denver

Second Team

  • G George Kirkwood, Denver
  • D George Konik, Denver
  • D Arlin Parker, St. Lawrence
  • F Terry Slater, St. Lawrence
  • F Jim Josephson, Rensselaer
  • F Ron Constantine, Minnesota

Most Outstanding Player: F Bill Masterton, Denver

Team PhotosEdit


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