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2002 Frozen Four Schedule of Events

Frozen Four Schedule of Events

Below is the schedule of events for the 2002 Frozen Four.
All times are CST.

Wednesday, April 3

10:45am – Maine Practice (Xcel Energy Center)
12:00pm – New Hampshire Practice (Xcel Energy Center)
1:15pm – Michigan Practice (Xcel Energy Center)
2:30pm – Minnesota Practice (Xcel Energy Center)
6:00pmChampionship Banquet and autograph session (Pioneer Press Grand Ballroom at Touchstone Energy Place)

Thursday, April 4

11:00am – 11:00pmFrozen Fest (Exhibit Hall at Touchstone Energy Place)
(You can also meet your favorite USCHO.com staffers at the Frozen Fest)
12:30pm – Semifinal 1 – Maine vs. New Hampshire (Xcel Energy Center)
6:30pm – Semifinal 2 – Michigan vs. Minnesota (Xcel Energy Center)

Friday, April 5

11:15amUSCHO Town Hall Meeting – The State of College Hockey w/ the Six Conference Commissioners (Grand Ballroom at Touchstone Energy Place)
12:00pm – 6:00pmFrozen Fest (Exhibit Hall at Touchstone Energy Place)
(You can also meet your favorite USCHO.com staffers at the Frozen Fest)
12:15pmHockey Humanitarian Award (Grand Ballroom at Touchstone Energy Place)
1:30pmHobey Baker Memorial Award (Grand Ballroom at Touchstone Energy Place)
2:45pm – Winner of Semifinal 1 Practice (Xcel Energy Center)
4:00pm – Winner of Semifinal 2 Practice (Xcel Energy Center)
5:00pm – 9:00pmYES Clinic (Mariucci Arena, University of Minnesota)
6:00pmPep Rally (Kellogg Lobby at Touchstone Energy Place)

Saturday, April 6

9:00am – 1:00pmYES Clinic (Mariucci Arena, University of Minnesota)
12:00pm – 11:00pmFrozen Fest (Exhibit Hall at Touchstone Energy Place)
(You can also meet your favorite USCHO.com staffers at the Frozen Fest)
6:00pm – Championship Game (Xcel Energy Center)


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