Frozen Four teams in bold.
| ||West|| ||East|
|1||Denver (32-7-1)||1||New Hampshire (29-6-3)|
|2||Minnesota (29-8-4)||2||Boston University (25-9-3)|
|3||Michigan St. (27-8-5)||3||Maine (23-10-7)|
|4||Michigan (26-10-5)||4||Cornell (24-7-2)|
|5||St. Cloud St. (29-10-2)||5||Quinnipiac (20-12-5)|
|6||Colorado College (26-12-3)||6||Harvard (15-14-4)|
Held at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich., March 22-23. Single elimination, two second round winners advance to Frozen Four.
|Colorado College 2||Michigan St. 0|
|Michigan 4||St. Cloud St. 2|
(Byes: Minnesota and Denver)
|Minnesota 4||Colorado College 2|
|Michigan 5||Denver 3|
Held at the Worcester (Mass.) Centrum, March 23-24. Single elimination, two second round winners advance to Frozen Four.
|Maine 4||OT||Harvard 3|
|Cornell 6||Quinnipiac 1|
(Byes: New Hampshire and Boston University)
|Maine 4||Boston University 3|
|New Hampshire 4||Cornell 3|
The Frozen Four
Held at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn, April 4 and April 6. Single elimination; no consolation game.
|Maine 7||New Hampshire 2|
|Minnesota 3||Michigan 2|
Minnesota, 4-3 (OT)
|Maine (HE)||0||1||2||0||— 3|
|Minnesota (WCHA)||1||1||1||1||— 4|
1st Period: MIN—Keith Ballard 10 (Troy Riddle, Nick Angell), 7:18 (pp).
2nd Period: ME—Michael Schutte 12 (Peter Metcalf, Niko Dimitrakos), 4:47 (pp); MIN—John Pohl 27 (Nick Anthony, Angell), 5:38.
3rd Period: ME—Schutte 13 (Prestin Ryan, Todd Jackson), 1:17; ME—Robert Liscak 17 (Dimitrakos), 15:27; MIN—Matt Koalska 10 (Riddle, Pohl), 19:07.
Overtime: MIN—Grant Potulny 15 (Pohl, Jordan Leopold), 16:58 (pp).
Goalies: ME—Matt Yeats (35 shots, 31 saves); MIN—Adam Hauser (45 shots, 42 saves). Attendance: 19,324.
Most Outstanding Player: Grant Potulny, sophomore forward; 2 goals in semifinal game; game-winning goal in championship game.
All-Tournament Team: Potulny, forward John Pohl, and goalie Adam Hauser of Minnesota; forward Robert Liscak and defensemen Peter Metcalf and Michael Schutte of Maine.
U.S. Division I College Hockey, 2001-2002 2001-2002 Season for Professional and College Hockey The Hobey Baker Award Winner for Hockey's 2001-2002 Season