NCAA Division I men's ice hockey championships

Originally Published: April 12, 2008
ESPN.com

Here's the schedule for the 2008 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey championships (All times ET):

East Regional
At Times Union Center -- Albany, N.Y.
Friday, March 28
Clarkson 2, St. Cloud State 1 … Watch
Michigan 5, Niagara 1

Saturday, March 29
Regional final -- Michigan 2, Clarkson 0 … Watch
Michigan (33-5-4) advances to the Frozen Four.

West Regional
At World Arena -- Colorado Springs, Colo.
Friday, March 28
Notre Dame 7, New Hampshire 3
Michigan State 3, Colorado College 1

Saturday, March 29
Regional final -- Notre Dame 3, Michigan State 1 … Watch
Notre Dame (26-15-4) advances to the Frozen Four.

Midwest Regional
At Kohl Center -- Madison, Wis.
Saturday, March 29
North Dakota 5, Princeton 1 … Watch
Wisconsin 6, Denver 2 … Watch

Sunday, March 30
Regional final -- North Dakota 3, Wisconsin 2 (OT) … Watch
North Dakota (28-10-4) advances to the Frozen Four.

Northeast Regional
At DCU Center -- Worcester, Mass.
Saturday, March 29
Miami (Ohio) 3, Air Force 2 (OT) … Watch
Boston College 5, Minnesota 2 … Watch

Sunday, March 30
Regional final -- Boston College 4, Miami, Ohio 3 (OT)
Boston College (23-11-8) advances to the Frozen Four.

Frozen Four
At Pepsi Center -- Denver
Thursday, April 10
Boston College 6, North Dakota 1Watch
Boston College (24-11-8) advances to the national championship game.
Notre Dame 5, Michigan 4 (OT)Watch
Notre Dame (27-15-4) advances to the national championship game.

Saturday, April 12
National championship
Boston College 4, Notre Dame 1Watch
Boston College (25-11-8) wins its third national championship.

Regional breakdown
East Regional (Albany, N.Y.)
1. Michigan -- CCHA champion (No. 1 overall seed)
2. St. Cloud State -- at-large selection
3. Clarkson -- at-large selection
4. Niagara -- CHA champion

West Regional (Colorado Springs, Colo.)
1. New Hampshire -- at-large selection (No. 3 overall seed)
2. Colorado College -- at-large selection
3. Michigan State -- at-large selection
4. Notre Dame -- at-large selection

Midwest Regional (Madison, Wis.)
1. North Dakota -- at-large selection (No. 4 overall seed)
2. Denver -- WCHA champion
3. Wisconsin -- at-large selection
4. Princeton -- ECAC champion

Northeast Regional (Worcester, Mass.)
1. Miami, Ohio -- at-large selection (No. 2 overall seed)
2. Boston College -- Hockey East champion
3. Minnesota -- at-large selection
4. Air Force -- Atlantic Hockey champion