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Yale right wing Andrew Miller (17) celebrates his winning goal against UMass Lowell with Kenny Agostino (18) during overtime of their NCAA Frozen Four semifinal Thursday in Pittsburgh. The Bulldogs won 3-2 to advance to Saturday’s championship game. Gene J. Puskar | Associated Press

FROZEN FOUR: Yale, Quinnipiac win semifinals; will play in all-Connecticut national title game

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PITTSBURGH (AP) — For the first time in 28 years, an ECAC hockey team will win a national title.

Yale and Quinnipiac made sure of that.

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Top overall seed Quinnipiac topped St. Cloud State 4-1 while Yale won another improbable thriller, this time beating UMass-Lowell in overtime, in the NCAA hockey semifinals Thursday night in Pittsburgh.

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