LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) – The odds to win the 2014 NCAA Men’s Division I hockey tournament are out and Minnesota is currently favored.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book, Minnesota is currently a 3/1 to win the 2014 NCAA Men’s Division I hockey tournament, while Boston College is 5/1 and Union is 13/2. Massachusetts-Lowell, meanwhile, is 15/2 to win this year’s tournament, while Quinnipiac and North Dakota are both 17/2, respectively.

Continuing with the odds, Ferris State, Wisconsin and Colgate are all 19/2, while Notre Dame, St. Cloud State and Providence are all 12/1, respectively, while Vermont, Denver and Minnesota State are all 16/1. The team with the longest odds is Robert Morris at 25/1.

Minnesota will take on Robert Morris in the first round of the West Regional, while St. Cloud State will battle Notre Dame. In the Midwest Regional, Ferris State battles Colgate, while North Dakota takes on Wisconsin. In the East, Union plays Vermont for the right to take on either Providence or Quinnipiac, while Mass-Lowell will play the winner of Denver versus Boston College if it can beat Minnesota State in the Northeast Regional.

The 2014 DI Men’s Frozen Four will take place at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on April 10 and 12.

2014 Division I Men’s Frozen Four Odds


Minnesota                          3/1

Boston College                  5/1

Union                                    13/2

Massachusetts-Lowell   15/2

Quinnipiac                           17/2

North Dakota                     17/2

Ferris State                         19/2

Wisconsin                            19/2

Colgate                                 19/2

Notre Dame                       12/1

St. Cloud State                  12/1

Providence                         12/1

Vermont                              16/1

Denver                                 16/1

Minnesota State              16/1

Robert Morris                    25/1

Bet 2014 NCAA Division I Hockey Odds


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