Boston College (31-10-1), the overall No. 1 seed and winners of 17 straight games, will take on Minnesota (28-13-1) in the Frozen Four Friday night in Tampa.
Parker Milner stopped 33 shots and the Eagles advanced to their 10th Frozen Four in 15 years with a 4-0 win over defending NCAA champion Minnesota-Duluth Sunday night.
After capturing the Hockey East championship this weekend, the Boston College Eagles have earned the top overall seed in the NCAA Tournament.
The UNH Wildcats upset top-seeded Miami of Ohio 3-1 Saturday in the NCAA tournament’s northeast regional.
Yale and BC are two of the top seeds in the NCAA hockey tournament.