2014 Frozen Four: Semifinals practice day

Frozen_Four_IcePHILADELPHIA — It was a day for Union College, Boston College, the University of North Dakota and the University of Minnesota to all get acclimated with the rink at the Wells Fargo Center and, well, all the media attention as well, though it may not be a new thing for all the players.

Each team had an our on the ice and then held a press conference 35 minutes after with the head coach and a select few players.

All the conferences have been recorded in its entirety (except for Union, where only the first minute or so was cut off).

Also, at the end is a brief photo gallery from today.

UNION COLLEGE

From left to right: Head coach Rick Bennett, senior defenseman Mat Bodie, senior forward Daniel Carr and junior defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere.

BOSTON COLLEGE

From left to right: Head coach Jerry York, senior forward Bill Arnold, freshman goaltender Thatcher Demko and junior forward Johnny Gaudreau.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA

From left to right: Head coach Dave Hakstol, sophomore goaltender Zane Gothberg, junior forward Mark MacMillan, junior forward Stephane Pattyn and senior defenseman Dillon Simpson.

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

From left to right: Head coach Don Lucia, senior forward Nate Condon and junior forward Kyle Rau.

PHOTO GALLERY

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