|National Champs in the house||04.16.09 at 8:03 pm ET|
Coach Jack Parker led his national champion Boston University Terriers through the security gate at about 6:25 this evening.
The team that scored the most dramatic win in Frozen Four history to claim its fifth national title last Saturday in Washington, D.C. will be honored tonight at Game 1 of the Bruins series with the Montreal Canadiens.
Boston University scored twice in the final 53 seconds of regulation to tie Miami University in the final before netting the game-winner halfway through the first overtime to claim the championship, 4-3.
Those three goals were shown during the first timeout in the first period on the video screen above center ice followed by a live shot of the team and Parker in the loge level seats. The crowd showed their approval with a 30-second ovation.
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