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St. Cloud State vs Quinnipiac Ice Hockey

The Quinnipiac boasts the top-ranked defense in the nation by allowing only 1.05 goals per game in a 31-6-3 season. The Quinnipiac, a No. 2 seed, will open the NCAA men’s hockey tournament against third-seeded St. Cloud State on Friday at 8 p.m ET. Hockey Fan can watch Division I Men’s Ice Hockey all Regional Semifinals games and Championship final with a combo packgae through PremiumTV.

St. Cloud State vs Quinnipiac Ice Hockey Today

  • When: Friday, March 24, 2022
  • Start Time: 8 p.m. ET
  • Location: Budweiser Events Center (Loveland, Colo.)
  • TV Channel: ESPN News
  • Live streamPremiumTV (anywhere)

St. Cloud State and Quinnipiac Game Preview

This is Quinnipiac’s eighth NCAA appearance and seventh in the last nine tournaments. The Bobcats have made the Frozen Four twice; they were national runners-up in 2013 and 2016.

St. Cloud has just four regulation wins in its last 16 games, including a sweep at the hands of Minnesota Duluth in the NCHC quarterfinals. Even so, the defending national runner-up cannot be taken lightly given the competition level in the NCHC and the team’s experience in big games. Plus, the Huskies have the best power play in the country (.315 success rate).

How To watch St. Cloud State vs Quinnipiac Ice Hockey Live?

Regional play begins March 24 and 25, with regional finals scheduled for March 26 and 27. All games will be broadcast on ESPN2, ESPNU or ESPNews and will be available for streaming on the ESPN app. AIC becomes the second team in AHA history to win three consecutive championships.

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