The state of Minnesota is really good at hockey. That might be a sentence that warrants the response of "Well, duh." It should be noted though that this state has a rich tradition of hockey far beyond the collegiate level. Starting with the Minnesota North Stars who made 17 playoff appearances before moving to Dallas in 1993. The Minnesota Wild who replaced them in 2000 but both franchises have notably struggled to win it all in the postseason. But that hasn't been the case when it comes to college hockey.
The state has won eight national championships since 1948. With three teams from Minnesota representing in the Frozen Four, odds are that that number keeps growing. This is only the second time that three of the four final teams came from one state. The last time was in 1992 when three Michigan teams made the semifinals with Lake Superior State ultimately winning the championship.
All of the Frozen Four will be available on fuboTV, which airs on ESPN2. You can live stream all NCAA Hockey Games on ESPN2 with fuboTV.