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The Frozen Four Tournament will kick off Friday, March 29, with a matchup between the No. 3-seed Ohio State Buckeyes and the No. 2-seed Denver Pioneers. If you're interested in following along, you can fill out your bracket here.
But if you're wondering who to pick, you might want to take a look at what some of the experts are predicting first.
Frozen Four Predictions
Corey Pronman is picking No. 2-seed Denver Pioneers, the No. 1-seed Massachutses Minutemen, the No. 2-seed Northeastern Huskies and the No. 1-seed Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs to make the Frozen Four. He's also picking the Huskies to pull off the upset and win the championship over the Pioneers in the finals.
Alex Szczesny is also picking the Huskies and the Minutemen to make the Frozen Four, but that's where the similarities end. Szczesny is picking the No. 2-seed Quinnipiac Bobcats and the No. 1-seed St. Cloud State Huskies to make the Frozen Four as well.
Finally, Brandon Gunn is also picking Northeastern to make the Frozen Four, but he has the team losing in the championship to the No. 3-seed Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Interestingly, Gunn is the lone expert picking Notre Dame to make the Frozen Four.
All in all, the experts seem pretty split, with Northeastern being the only school all three predicted to make the Frozen Four.
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