NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Minnesota State vs Minnesota Loveland Regional Championship Final is will beginning in Sunday, 28 March 2021 on 8:00 PM ET– ESPNU at Budweiser Events Center, Loveland, Colorado.The winner will advance to the Semifinals of the NCAA Frozen Four Tournament. These games are always fun and you won’t want to miss these on Sunday, here is everything you need to know to stream the action.
When: Sunday, March 28
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN2
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
2021 Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship – Quarterfinals
The final Frozen Four spot will come down to an in-state matchup. Minnesota looked like a regional No. 1 seed in its opener, racing out to a three-goal lead before cruising 7-2 past Omaha. The Golden Gophers are going for their 22nd Frozen Four bid. As for Minnesota State, the Mavericks earned their first-ever win in the NCAA DI men’s ice hockey tournament. MSU erased a 3-1 deficit in the third period before netting the game-winner in OT. Another win for the Mavs and they will punch their first-ever Frozen Four ticket.
How To Live Stream Minnesota State vs Minnesota Online
Your best bet for watching Minnesota State vs Minnesota via a live stream is WatchESPN. You will need your log-in and password information for your cable or satellite provider and you’re good to go. ESPN+ is a service that allows subscribers to watch live and on-demand content on TVs, computer or mobile device. It’s just like a cable or satellite TV service, except it’s delivered over the internet.
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You can also live stream the event online through DIRECTV NOW. DIRECTV also offers a free seven-day trial, so you will receive a full week free before your paid membership begins. If you cancel your subscription within the seven day period, you will not be charged. DIRECTV NOW is available on Desktop, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
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ESPN and ESPN2 are include in Sling TV’s “Sling Orange” bundle. This option doesn’t include a free trial, but it’s the cheapest long-term streaming service with the ESPN channels, plus you can get $10 off your first month, and get Showtime, Starz and Epix included for free:
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Minnesota State vs Minnesota Game Preview
A few weekends have brought them back down to earth, but the Gophers have been one of the hottest teams since the puck dropped this season. After the Big Ten Tournament, it really looks like Minnesota is flying high.
Minnesota State trailed 3-1 before sophomore forward Nathan Smith halved the deficit with about five minutes remaining. After the Mavericks pulled junior goalie Dryden McKay for an extra skater, sophomore forward Cade Borchardt knotted things up with a minute to go.
“We were just trying to find a way to claw back into that one,” Minnesota State head coach Mike Hastings said, according to the Star Tribune. “We dug ourselves a pretty deep hole. Scoring those last three goals — getting that extra attacker goal and that goal in overtime — says a lot about this team.”
Though it’s his first time as the head man at Minnesota, Motzko took St. Cloud State to the tournament eight times during his 13 years. That included a Frozen Four run in 2013, but, it also included a massive upset by Air Force days before he took the Gophers job.