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Frozen Four Championship - April 10, 2004

Denver vs. Maine for the national championship from the Fleetcenter in Boston.


A little light show before the game. They did a great job with the video played on the scoreboard. [2048x1536]

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Underway! [2048x1536]

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Denver scores for a 1-0 lead, shortly after Maine had a goal disallowed for having a man in the crease. [2048x1536]

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Denver returns for the third period. [2048x1536]

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The Denver fans sense something good as their team carries a 1-0 lead into the third. [2048x1536]

Getting late. [2048x1536]

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Maine is putting on the pressure. [2048x1536]

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Maine gets a power play in the final minutes of regulation. [2048x1536]

Oh but it gets better - 2 men in the box for Denver for most of the last minute and a half. [2048x1536]

Mad Maine scrambles. [2048x1536]

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You can't come much closer than Maine did. [2048x1536]

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How often do you see a team with a 5-on-3 power play pull the goalie for a 6-on-3 skater advantage? How often is it in the final minute of the national championship game when the team with the advantage needs a goal to tie? [2048x1536]

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Tons of redundant pictures, all trying to capture the tying goal, should it come. [2048x1536]

But it didn't. Denver wins the 2004 national championship. [2048x1536]

What a finish. [2048x1536]

National Champion Denver Pioneers. [2048x1536]

Second-place Maine. [2048x1536]

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E-mail domain: teresco.org, username: terescoj - Sat Apr 17 11:42:49 MDT 2004

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