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Frozen Four Links: Friday Edition

Rounding up some of this week's Frozen Four news coverage

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There's no college hockey this weekend. This makes me sad. But, we do have some reading from the week to help tide you over.

BC Interruption's own Arthur Bailin wrote this for USCHO, detailing some of the obstacles BC has overcome to reach the Frozen Four, despite starting the season as preseason #1.

USCHO also profiled the Quinnipiac Bobcats, whose senior class is looking to finish the job they came up just short on in the 2013 national title game. This time, nobody's doubting they belong there.

The Boston Herald wrote about how BC is carrying the flag for Hockey East at the Frozen Four after a disastrous weekend for the rest of the conference.

The Heights' Michael Sullivan calls Teddy Doherty an all-time great BC captain.

Yahoo's Ryan Lambert makes the case that this Frozen Four filled with (mostly) traditional powers shows that things are just fine for the big schools, even in this age of increased parity.

Denver is back in the Frozen Four for the first time since 2005, with coach Jim Montgomery finding success after just three years at the helm.

The Denver Post profiles DU's star-studded "Pacific Rim" line.