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Boston College vs. Michigan: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds, injury report and stats

The Boston College Eagles, the No. 1 seed in the Division I men's hockey tournament, face the unseeded Michigan Wolverines in a semifinal meeting between two teams that have been to this stage before.

Michigan won the first-ever NCAA Division I men's hockey tournament back in 1948, the first of nine championships in school history, although the most recent was 26 years ago in 1998. Boston College has won five: its first was in 1949, and the rest came between 2001 and 2012.

How to watch Boston College vs. Michigan, TV channel and streaming

Boston College vs. Michigan will be broadcast on ESPN2, which can be viewed through cable TV packages and on streaming apps including YouTubeTV, FuboTV and SlingTV.

Boston College vs. Michigan start time, date and venue

Boston College vs. Michigan is scheduled to begin at 8:30 PM ET/7:30 PM CT on Thursday, April 11, with the game taking place at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Boston College vs. Michigan odds

Boston College

-165 ML

Michigan

+135 ML

Puck Line

BC -1.5

Total Goals

O/U 7.5

Boston College vs. Michigan injury report

Boston College: No injuries to report

Michigan: Seamus Casey - undisclosed, TBD; Jackson Hallum - knee, out

Boston College vs. Michigan stats

  • Boston College center Cutter Gauthier leads all players in Division I men's hockey with 37 goals, and teammate Ryan Leonard is third with 31 goals.
  • Michigan players Dylan Duke and Gavin Brindley are fifth and sixth with 26 and 25 goals, respectively.
  • Michigan is ranked 12th in faceoff win percentage at .528 percent; BC is ranked 37th with a .498 faceoff win percentage.
  • Boston College averages the largest margin of victory at 2.36 goals; Michigan has the seventh-largest average margin of victory at 1.2 goals.
  • Will Smith and Gabe Perreault are first and second in assists in Division I with 46 and 39 respectively, while Michigan teammates Seamus Casey and Rutger McGroarty are joint-third and fifth with 38 and 36 respectively.
  • BC goaltender Jacob Fowler has the sixth-highest save percentage at .924; Michigan's Jake Barczewski is 39th with a .909 save percentage.
  • Boston College has the nation's best penalty kill at 89.3 percent while Michigan's is tied for 45th at .776.
  • Michigan has the best power play percentage at .345; BC is second at .299.

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