Frozen Four 2017

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Semifinals, Thursday, April 6 (United Center in Chicago)
Harvard vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 6 p.m., ESPN2
Denver vs. Notre Dame, 9:30 p.m., ESPN2
National championship, Saturday, April 8 (United Center in Chicago)
Semifinal winners, 8 p.m., ESPN

Frozen Four Live As Harvard prepares to make its first appearance in a Frozen Four since 1994, one of the constants behind this year’s scintillating season has been the cool and collected presence of veteran head coach Ted Donato.The event will be held in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame on April 6-8, 2017, and it will mark the first time the Division I men’s hockey championship will be played at the United Center.

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“Hosting these NCAA championships is a tremendous opportunity to showcase Chicago as the first-class sports destination that it is,” Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement. “I look forward to welcoming the NCAA student-athletes, coaches, and fans to one of the country’s greatest and most spirited sports cities.”Chicago Blackhawks chairman Rocky Wirtz was also pleased to host the games at the United Center.

“We are incredibly proud to welcome the Frozen Four 2017 to the United Center,” Wirtz said in a statement. “Along with our partner, the University of Notre Dame, we cannot think of a better hockey community to host this national championship and know what a powerful economic impact it will have on the city of Chicago. Since privately built in 1994, the United Center and the west side of Chicago have been home to countless memorable moments and we have no doubt that this marquee event will add to that legacy.”

Donato is the mainstay of this program. It was Donato who led Harvard to its last national title in 1989, earning the Most Outstanding Player award. Now in his 13th year behind the Crimson bench, he has them knocking at the door.

Through it all, he has portrayed the calm demeanor of an almost casual observer as Harvard has run off an 18-game unbeaten streak (17-0-1), which is the longest in the nation since 1991 when Northern Michigan went 22 games (20-0-2).

Donato, who was runner-up in Coach of the Year voting yesterday to Denver’s Jim Montgomery, will lead Harvard (28-5-2) into a semifinal faceoff with Minnesota-Duluth (27-6-7) tomorrow night at the United Center. It marks the first meeting between the two non-conference foes since 1996.

A few things come to mind when watching Donato: Family, leadership and accountability.

The first was on display early in his coaching tenure. One night as he emerged from his office to meet with the media after a game, his daughter Madelyn, just a toddler at the time, sat on his shoulders. As Donato answered questions, Madelyn, armed with a fistful of colored magic markers, began using Donato’s bald pate as her very own hockey white board. She drew chuckles from the assembled horde.