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Hail Yale!

Yale captain and Tournament Most Outstanding Player Andrew Miller celebrates Yale's title

Yale captain and Tournament Most Outstanding Player Andrew Miller celebrates Yale's title (Neil Ament)

Behind Tournament Most Outstanding Player Andrew Miller and a 36-save shutout from Jeff Malcolm on his birthday, Yale has won its first national championship.

At The Frozen Four

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Malcolm Takes the Cake

Yale senior goaltender posts title-tilt shutout, game of his life, on 24th birthday

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Paying It Forward

Yale's Allain wins by building upon lessons of his mentors.

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Quinnipiac's Historic Season Ends in Disappointment

Only one team can win: Quinnipiac's historic season ends in disappointment.

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Sluggish Start Dooms St. Cloud

Huskies were unable to rally from 3-0 hole.

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Lowell Legless in Loss

River Hawks were never able to get going, even after two quick goals.

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Remembering Yale's 1952 Run

Yale's 1952 Frozen Four team gives us a fascinating glimpse into college hockey history.


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