NCAA Tournament 3 Stars: Malone, Duke, and Leonard lead way as Boston College, Michigan reach Frozen Four

The Frozen Four is set.

Boston College won 5-4 in overtime, ousting the defending NCAA champion Quinnipiac. It was one of the best overall games of the tournament, and the No. 1 overall seed is headed to Frozen Four. 

Boston College will meet Michigan, which defeated rival Michigan State 5-2 in the sixth meeting between the teams this season.

Michigan State had won the past four meetings, including the Big Ten championship game in East Lansing. But Michigan won the most important meeting with their rival to advance to the Frozen Four.

Jack Malone, C, Boston College (Vancouver Canucks)

A Cornell transfer, Malone scored the biggest goal of the season for the Eagles in overtime to help his new team reach the Frozen Four. 

Malone found a rebound in overtime after an initial sprawling save and buried

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