Home Live Blogs Updates, analysis from the women’s Frozen Four championship Live Blogs Updates, analysis from the women’s Frozen Four championship USCHO Staff - March 22, 2015 9 0 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Follow the 2015 women’s Frozen Four championship game on our live blog. Live Blog USCHO.com: Women’s Frozen Four championship Related posts: Updates, analysis from the NCHC Frozen Faceoff consolation, championship Updates, analysis from the women’s Frozen Four semifinals Updates, analysis from the NCHC Frozen Faceoff semifinals Follow the Frozen Four championship game as it happens Frozen Four championship game live updates RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Updates from the Frozen Four championship game, Quinnipiac vs. North Dakota Live coverage of the Frozen Four semifinals Updates from the East Regional final Former HE program You’re still picking PC? They have the worst coaching and goaltending in D1 and they blew the playoffs again this year. A travesty to the hardworking kids on that team. Guest UNH is going under the radar this year. MC and BC are the most talked about teams and for good reason, but don’t sleep on the Cats. All they need is close matchups in the northeast regional and they will be an automatic for the trip to Minnesota. Anonymous The University of No Hardware? Yeah, whatever you say chief. hup Something tells me Maine will be tougher than people think against MC. They always play well against good teams. Doug Really? Like they did when they lost 7-1 to this same Merrimack team? Or a combined 8-1 loss in a weekend at. BC? How about blowing leads en route to being season swept by UNH? Maybe you mean our 0-1-2 season series against BU? Or when we were lucky to only lose 4-1 to Miami? You’re right. This group always brings its A game against good teams. Don’t count out Maine yet Well, they brought their A game tonight against a good team tonight… 4-0 Maine. Maybe the previous rocky road with goal tending has finally ended. GO BLUE! Anonymous Maine sure put on a show Saturday night. I figured Merrimack would come back strong after the shellacking the night before but Maine continued to dominate. With some luck this Maine team will get it right at just the right time and make a run. They have the firepower to play with anyone when they get it going like they did this weekend.