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Get a chance to see Michigan Hockey at Frozen Four and help NIL

You can help Michigan’s NIL efforts, while also entering a chance to see the Michigan hockey team at the Frozen Four.



Michigan hockey

We are just a few days from Michigan hockey making its third straight trip to the Frozen Four. The Wolverines have made it the past two seasons, but after beating Michigan State to punch their ticket, this third straight has to taste even sweeter.

It does for Michigan hockey fans. Late in the season, it wasn’t clear if the Wolverines would make the NCAA tournament. Yet, the team caught fire down the stretch and nearly knocked off Michigan State in the Big Ten tournament championship game.

That meant Michigan hockey went to the NCAA tournament as an at-large, but after beating a pair of top-5 teams — North Dakota and Michigan State — the Wolverines won their third straight regional final.

Next up is No. 1 Boston College in the Frozen Four. Denver and Boston will play in the other semifinal matchup as four blue-bloods have made it to St. Paul, Minnesota.

Maybe you have tickets squared away for the Frozen Four, which starts Thursday. If not, the Champions Circle has a contest going, which allows you to win tickets, while also helping Michigan NIL. It’s a win-win.

It’s called the Champions Circle Sweepstakes for the Frozen Four. If you donate to the Champions Circle, which helps support Michigan athletes, you can win a grand prize of two game tickets to the Frozen Four semifinal and championship games.

Accommodations at the team hotel are provided and you can enter for as little as $10. The more you contribute, the better chance you have to win and watch Michigan hockey try to win its first national championship since 1998.

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Chris has worked in sports journalism since 2005 writing for multiple newspapers and websites such as the Bleacher Report and Fansided where he has covered the Michigan Wolverines since 2016. With family ties to Detroit, Chris has been a Wolverines diehard since the day he was born and attacks every blog with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind. Chris is also a Heisman Trophy voter.