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Leafs TV To Broadcast NCAA Men's Frozen Four

by Staff Writer / Toronto Maple Leafs

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Leafs TV announced Tuesday that it has secured the rights to broadcast the 2011 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four taking place this weekend. The Frozen Four will feature three Toronto Maple Leafs prospects: Matt Frattin (North Dakota), a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award for college hockey’s top player, Ben Winnett (Michigan) and Andrew MacWilliam (North Dakota).

The 2011 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four will be hosted by the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities at Xcel Energy Center, home of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild on April 7 and 9. The Frozen Four is the culmination of the NCAA Tournament in Men’s Division I ice hockey consisting of the final four teams competing for the National Championship.

The times for Leafs TV coverage are as follows:

Thursday, April 7

Semi-Final #1 – Notre Dame vs. Minnesota Duluth – LIVE – 5 PM EDT

Semi-Final #2 – Michigan vs. North Dakota – LIVE – 8:30 PM EDT

Friday, April 8

2011 Hobey Baker Announcement - LIVE - 7 PM EDT

Saturday, April 9

Championship Game – Tape Delay immediately following Ford Leafs Nation Postgame (approximately 10 PM EDT)
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