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  • Re: 2020 NCAA Hockey Tournament - What If: A Simulation of the 2019-2020 Postseason

    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    FS23,

    The USCHO article mentions that Jordan Kawaguchi was named the tourney MVP. Did they just decide that, or did I miss it in this thread?

    In any case, I think that makes him the first not to play for the winning team since the undeserving Chris Terreri in 1985.
    USCHO selected the tournament MVP. I didn't have anything to do with that, but thought it was a nice touch.

    It also brings up one of my favorite odd facts. Not counting Kawaguchi, North Dakota is tied for the most players named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament at 8 (all Forwards BTW). Guess what program is tied with North Dakota? (Answer in white below if you don't want to guess/look it up).

    Boston University, including two in 1960. Denver is third with 7. Michigan, despite having 9 titles, has only 5.
    North Dakota
    National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016

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    • Re: 2020 NCAA Hockey Tournament - What If: A Simulation of the 2019-2020 Postseason

      SimulatinSports has the Mavs also winning the Natty, but over Cornell.

      SimulatinSports
      @SimulatinSports
      NCAA Hockey Tournament
      Frozen Four - National Championship Game
      Little Caesars Arena
      Detroit, Mi
      Minnesota State vs Cornell

      Minnesota State 5, Cornell 2

      @MavHockey
      wins its 1st Division 1 #NCAA Ice Hockey National Championship
      9:44 pm · 11 Apr 2020·Twitter Web App

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