Drew Commesso Shutout Leads Boston U. to the Frozen Four!

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Drew Commesso Named Regional MOP, Boston University Is Headed to the Frozen Four!

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The first game of the NCAA men’s hockey quarterfinals (aka the Elite Eight) jumped an hour before the Blackhawks game started. Cornell and Boston University renewed their long rivalry with a berth in the Frozen Four on the line.

Blackhawks prospect and Boston U. goaltender Drew Commesso was terrific, making it 59:31 before allowing Cornell’s first goal to earn a trip to Tampa. He stopped 13 of 14 shots against in the game. (Yeah, their defense was that good.) BU freshman center Ryan Greene also had a strong effort for the Terriers. Boston University’s goals came from Wilmer Skoog and Ethan Phillips.

After allowing just two goals in two games, Commesso was named the regional all-tournament goaltender and the Most Outstanding Player in the region.

The Blackhawks have three more prospects playing in the remaining games to decide the other participants in the Frozen Four: Frank Nazar (Michigan), Jake Wise (Ohio State) and Dominic Basse (St. Cloud State). Basse and crew play later Saturday evening.

Author: Tab Bamford

Tab is the Lead Blackhawks voice for BN. He is the author of two books about the Blackhawks, most recently "Chicago Blackhawks: An Illustrated Timeline" (Reedy Press, 2021). Find him on Twitter at @The1Tab