2013 Frozen Four Twitter Panel


Greetings to all you college hockey fans!!  As my site manager, @TalkinACCSports says, we love the Atlantic Coast Conference – but we also love most college sports.  I’m up here in Pittsburgh, PA this week for the 2013 Frozen Four (e.g. the NCAA Men’s Division One Ice Hockey Final Four).  On April 11, 2013, the first semifinal at 4:30 PM EST has UMass-Lowell vs. Yale.  At 8 PM EST, St. Cloud State (MN) takes on Quinnipiac.  The games are on ESPN2.  The Frozen Four final is Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 7 PM EST on ESPN.

We thought it would be a good idea to have a Frozen Four Twitter panel.  Please see our panelists below:

@BCInterruption – Brian Favat is a founder and co-writer for BC Interruption, the SB Nation Boston College sports blog. Brian and Jeff created the blog in 2007 as a way of debating and discussing all sorts of topics about BC football, basketball and hockey. Brian is a 2004 graduate of Boston College, and a 2010 graduate of Northwestern University.

@BCHysteria: A.J Black. Boston College born and bred. Writer and editor over at a little blog called BC Interruption.

@fetch9 – Steve Fetch is a graduate of the University of North Dakota and also is the operator of The College Hockey Blog. He is currently in law school at Kansas and writes for Rock Chalk Talk.

@MTBadgers – Editor Andy Coppens has been covering Wisconsin Badgers Hockey for this season and has been a fan of Badger Hockey since an early age, which has also made him a huge WCHA guy ever since then as well.  He runs the show at Madtown Badgers.

@WillsWorldMN – Will Ojanen is an ACC fan living in Gopher Nation.  He writes for SCACCHoops.

We asked our panelists three questions, including who wins the Frozen Four Semifinals and Final, if the NCAA should scrap the regional concept and have #1 seeds host regional playoffs, and where the next three Frozen Four events should be held.  See my tweets below:

Here were their responses:

We thank our Frozen Four panelists!!!

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