A little offseason isn't going to stop Puck University. We're back with one final rumination on the season gone by, with Chris Lynch calling in to discuss the Frozen Four. The atmosphere in Chicago was excellent, and it has us wondering if maybe the Frozen Four is best in markets that don't see college hockey very often. We break down each of the three games that ended the season, and how Denver survived a late onslaught by Minnesota-Duluth. The NCHC proved itself as the best conference in the country. Chris and I also touch base on our Hobey Baker discussions from the previous episode, and whether there were any issues with Will Butcher winning the award. Finally, we look ahead to what will be a busy offseason for college hockey, and look back at the tremendous career of Red Berenson as he departs the University of Michigan.