Jeff Malcolm stopped 36 shots and Yale won its first NCAA hockey championship with a 4-0 victory over top-seeded Quinnipiac on Saturday night.
The eyes of the college sports world are on Pittsburgh as the Frozen Four got underway Thursday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center.
The puck bounced to Andrew Miller’s stick, and Yale coach Keith Allain had little doubt where his captain was heading.
With one shot against North Dakota, Mount Lebanon’s own Jesse Root found the net in what proved to be the game winner sending his team at Yale to the Frozen Four.
The Frozen Four will be held at CONSOL Energy Center to determine the 2013 Division I Men’s National Hockey champion.
College hockey’s biggest prize will be on the line this weekend during the Frozen Four.