NCAA Division I men's ice hockey championships

Originally Published: April 7, 2007
ESPN.com

Here's the schedule for the 2007 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey championships (All times ET):

East Regional
At Blue Cross Arena -- Rochester, N.Y.

Friday, March 23
No. 4 Massachusetts 1, No. 1 Clarkson 0 (OT)
No. 3 Maine 4, No. 2 St. Cloud State 1

Saturday, March 24
No. 3 Maine 3, No. 4 Massachusetts 1
No. 3 Maine (23-14-2) advances to the Frozen Four.

Midwest Regional
At Van Andel Arena -- Grand Rapids, Mich.

Friday, March 23
No. 1 Notre Dame 3, No. 4 Alabama-Huntsville 2 (OT)
No. 3 Michigan State 5, No. 2 Boston University 1

Saturday, March 24
No. 3 Michigan State 2, No. 1 Notre Dame 1
No. 3 Michigan State (24-13-3) advances to the Frozen Four.

Northeast Regional
At Verizon Wireless Arena -- Manchester, N.H.

Saturday, March 24
No. 4 Miami 2, No. 1 New Hampshire 1
No. 2 Boston College 4, No. 3 St. Lawrence 1

Sunday, March 25
No. 2 Boston College 4, No. 4 Miami 0
No. 2 Boston College (28-11-1) advances to the Frozen Four.

West Regional
At Pepsi Center -- Denver, Colo.

Saturday, March 24
No. 1 Minnesota 4, No. 4 Air Force 3
No. 3 North Dakota 8, No. 2 Michigan 5

Sunday, March 25
No. 3 North Dakota, 3, No. 1 Minnesota 2 (OT)
No. 3 North Dakota (24-13-5) advances to the Frozen Four.

Frozen Four
At Scottrade Center -- St. Louis, Mo.

Thursday, April 5
No. 3 Michigan State 4, No. 3 Maine 2
No. 2 Boston College 6, No. 3 North Dakota 4

Saturday, April 7
Championship
No. 3 Michigan State 3, No. 2 Boston College 1
No. 3 Michigan State (26-13-3) wins the NCAA title.

Regional breakdown
East Regional (Rochester, N.Y.)
1. Clarkson University -- ECAC champion (No. 3 overall seed)
2. St. Cloud State -- at-large selection
3. Maine -- at-large selection
4. Massachusetts -- at-large selection

Northeast Regional (Manchester, N.H.)
1. New Hampshire -- at-large selection (No. 4 overall seed)
2. Boston College -- Hockey East champion
3. St. Lawrence -- at-large selection
4. Miami, Ohio -- at-large selection

West Regional (Denver, Colo.)
1. Minnesota -- WCHA champion (No. 1 overall seed)
2. Michigan -- at-large selection
3. North Dakota -- at-large selection
4. Air Force -- Atlantic Hockey champion

Midwest Regional (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
1. Notre Dame -- CCHA champion (No. 2 overall seed)
2. Boston University -- at-large selection
3. Michigan State -- at-large selection
4. Alabama-Huntsville -- CHA champion