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The 1984 Frozen Four was held March 22-24, 1984 in Lake Placid, New York at 1980 Olympic Arena.

The participants were:

Bowling Green, playing in only its second Frozen Four, defeated the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs, who were playing in their very first Frozen Four, 5-4 in triple overtime. Gino Cavallini's goal ended what was at that time the longest ever game in college hockey history. For just the second time, all four teams were from the West.

All-Tournament Team

  • G Rick Kosti, Minnesota-Duluth
  • G Gary Kruzich, Bowling Green
  • D Dave Ellett, Bowling Green
  • D Garry Galley, Bowling Green
  • F Dean Barsness, North Dakota
  • F Bob Lakso, Minnesota-Duluth
  • F Lyle Phair, Michigan State

Most Outstanding Player: G Gary Kruzich, Bowling Green

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