The Frozen Four was a smashing success in Pittsburgh, and host school Robert Morris hopes to bring the event back soon.
The Post-Gazette's Craig Meyer breaks down some of the good and some of the bad from Saturday night's championship.
His breakaway goal to give Yale a 3-0 lead and seal the win is only one of the reasons why Andrew Miller took home the top individual honor.
Stellar goaltending, timely offense spark the Bulldogs to a 4-0 win against Quinnipiac for their first hockey national title.
The Humanitarian Award winner from Saint Anselm College fielded questions from the Post-Gazette's Craig Meyer.
Both Connecticut universities hope to attract students from across the nation after hockey tourney exposure in Pittsburgh.
The Frozen Four in Pittsburgh was so nice, RMU might try to bring it back again soon.
Saturday night witnessed a rare, sweet triumph for Yale against cross-town rival Quinnipiac.
The 1952 Yale hockey team was the last to reach the final four of college hockey but finished third.