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College men’s hockey: Bulldogs fans have until Tuesday morning to request Frozen Four tickets through UMD

Fans hoping to see Minnesota Duluth in the NCAA Frozen Four next week at United Center in Chicago have until 9 a.m. Tuesday to request tickets from the UMD athletic department.

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Fans hoping to see Minnesota Duluth in the NCAA Frozen Four next week at United Center in Chicago have until 9 a.m. Tuesday to request tickets from the UMD athletic department.

The Bulldogs will take on Harvard at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 with Notre Dame and Denver facing off at 8:30 p.m. in the other national semifinal that night. The winners play at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 8 for the NCAA championship.

To request tickets through UMD, fans must complete a form online at umdbulldogs.com or call the UMD ticket office at 218-726-8595 today between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The NCAA gives each school an allotment of 600 tickets. UMD will distribute tickets based on a priority point system, similar to the procedure used last week for the NCAA West Regional in Fargo, N.D. Points are based on the longevity of season tickets, alumni status and donations to the university.

A maximum of two tickets can be requested for the Frozen Four. According to UMD, cost is approximately $300 per ticket and all sales are final. Fans who received tickets will be notified after the 9 a.m. deadline on Tuesday.

The tickets being sold by UMD are all-session tickets, meaning fans will have a seat for all three Frozen Four games - Thursday’s semifinals and the national championship. According to UMDbulldogs.com, tickets purchased through UMD will place Bulldogs fans amongst other Bulldogs fans.

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For more information, visit umdbulldogs.com , call the UMD ticket office at 218-726-8595 or email umdtix@d.umn.edu .

Co-host of the Bulldog Insider Podcast and college hockey reporter for the Duluth News Tribune and The Rink Live covering the Minnesota Duluth men's and women's hockey programs.
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