2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2013 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament was the national championship tournament for men's college ice hockey in the United States in 2013. The tournament involved 16 teams in single-elimination play to determine the national champion at the Division I level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the highest level of competition in college hockey. The tournament's Frozen Four – the semifinals and finals – was hosted by Robert Morris University at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh.[1] Robert Morris' bid to host was co-sponsored by VisitPittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Penguins.[2]

Yale defeated Quinnipiac 4–0 in the championship game to win the program's first NCAA title.

2013 NCAA Men's Division I
Ice Hockey Tournament
2013 Frozen Four
2013 Frozen Four logo
Teams16
Finals site
ChampionsYale Bulldogs (1st title)
Runner-upQuinnipiac Bobcats (1st title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coachKeith Allain (1st title)
MOPAndrew Miller Yale
Attendance35,612

Tournament procedure

2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament is located in the United States
Providence
Providence
Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids
Toledo
Toledo
Manchester
Manchester
Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
2013 Regionals (blue) and Frozen Four (red)

The tournament will consist of four groups of four teams in regional brackets. The four regionals are officially named after their geographic areas. The following are the sites for the 2013 regionals:[3][4]

March 29 and 30
Northeast Regional, Verizon Wireless ArenaManchester, New Hampshire (Host: University of New Hampshire)
West Regional, Van Andel ArenaGrand Rapids, Michigan (Host: University of Michigan)
March 30 and 31
East Regional, Dunkin' Donuts CenterProvidence, Rhode Island (Host: Brown University)
Midwest Regional, Huntington CenterToledo, Ohio (Host: Bowling Green State University)

The winner of each regional will advance to the Frozen Four:

April 11 and 13
Consol Energy CenterPittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Host: Robert Morris University)

Qualifying teams

The at-large bids and seeding for each team in the tournament were announced on March 24.[5] The Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) had six teams receive a berth in the tournament, ECAC Hockey and Hockey East each had three teams receive a berth, and the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) and Atlantic Hockey each had two teams receive a berth.

East Regional – Providence Midwest Regional – Toledo
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Seed School Conference Record Berth type
1 Quinnipiac (1) ECAC Hockey 27–7–5 At-large bid 1 Notre Dame (4) CCHA 25–12–3 Tournament champion
2 Boston College Hockey East 22–11–4 At-large bid 2 Miami CCHA 24–11–5 At-large bid
3 Union ECAC Hockey 21–12–5 Tournament champion 3 Minnesota State WCHA 24–13–3 At-large bid
4 Canisius Atlantic Hockey 19–18–5 Tournament champion 4 St. Cloud State WCHA 23–15–1 At-large bid
West Regional – Grand Rapids Northeast Regional – Manchester
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Seed School Conference Record Berth type
1 Minnesota (2) WCHA 26–8–5 At-large bid 1 Massachusetts–Lowell (3) Hockey East 26–10–2 Tournament champion
2 North Dakota WCHA 21–12–7 At-large bid 2 New Hampshire Hockey East 19–11–7 At-large bid
3 Niagara Atlantic Hockey 23–9–5 At-large bid 3 Denver WCHA 20–13–5 At-large bid
4 Yale ECAC Hockey 21–10–7 At-large bid 4 Wisconsin WCHA 22–12–7 Tournament champion

Number in parentheses denotes overall seed in the tournament.

Regionals

East Regional – Providence, Rhode Island

Regional semifinals
March 30
Regional final
March 31
      
1 Quinnipiac (1) 4
4 Canisius 3
1 Quinnipiac 5
3 Union 1
3 Union 5
2 Boston College 1

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)
All times are local (UTC−4).

Regional semifinals

March 30, 2013
5:30 pm
ESPN3
(4) Canisius3–4
(0–1, 2–0, 1–3)
(1) QuinnipiacDunkin' Donuts Center, Providence
Attendance: 6253
March 30, 2013
9:00 pm
ESPNU
(3) Union5–1
(1–0, 3–0, 1–1)
(2) Boston CollegeDunkin' Donuts Center, Providence
Attendance: 6253

Regional final

March 31, 2013
6:30 pm
ESPNU
(3) Union1–5
(0–3, 0–2, 1–0)
(1) QuinnipiacDunkin' Donuts Center, Providence
Attendance: 5007

West Regional – Grand Rapids, Michigan

Regional semifinals
March 29
Regional final
March 30
      
1 Minnesota (2) 2
4 Yale 3*
4 Yale 4
2 North Dakota 1
3 Niagara 1
2 North Dakota 2

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)
All times are local (UTC−4).

Regional semifinals

March 29, 2013
2:00 pm
ESPNU
(4) Yale3 – 2 OT
(0–0, 2–0, 0–2, 1–0)
(1) MinnesotaVan Andel Arena, Grand Rapids
Attendance: 2289
March 29, 2013
5:30 pm
ESPNU
(3) Niagara1–2
(0–0, 1–0, 0–2)
(2) North DakotaVan Andel Arena, Grand Rapids
Attendance: 2289

Regional final

March 30, 2013
4:00 pm
ESPNU
(4) Yale4–1
(0–1, 0–0, 4–0)
(2) North DakotaVan Andel Arena, Grand Rapids
Attendance: 1918

Northeast Regional – Manchester, New Hampshire

Regional semifinals
March 29
Regional final
March 30
      
1 Massachusetts–Lowell (3) 6
4 Wisconsin 1
1 Massachusetts–Lowell 2
2 New Hampshire 0
3 Denver 2
2 New Hampshire 5

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)
All times are local (UTC−4).

Regional semifinals

March 29, 2013
4:30 pm
ESPN3
(4) Wisconsin1–6
(0–1, 0–2, 1–3)
(1) Massachusetts–LowellVerizon Wireless Arena, Manchester
Attendance: 8049
March 29, 2013
8:00 pm
ESPNU
(3) Denver2–5
(2–1, 0–2, 0–2)
(2) New HampshireVerizon Wireless Arena, Manchester
Attendance: 8049

Regional final

March 30, 2013
6:30 pm
ESPNU
(2) New Hampshire0–2
(0–0, 0–1, 0–1)
(1) Massachusetts–LowellVerizon Wireless Arena, Manchester
Attendance: 8357

Midwest Regional – Toledo, Ohio

Regional semifinals
March 30
Regional final
March 31
      
1 Notre Dame (4) 1
4 St. Cloud State 5
2 Miami 1
4 St. Cloud State 4
3 Minnesota State 0
2 Miami 4

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)
All times are local (UTC−4).

Regional semifinals

March 30, 2013
1:30 pm
ESPN3
(4) St. Cloud State5–1
(1–0, 3–0, 1–1)
(1) Notre DameHuntington Center, Toledo
Attendance: 2988
March 30, 2013
5:00 pm
ESPN3
(3) Minnesota State0–4
(0–0, 0–1, 0–3)
(2) MiamiHuntington Center, Toledo
Attendance: 2988

Regional final

March 31, 2013
4:00 pm
ESPNU
(4) St. Cloud State4–1
(1–0, 2–1, 1–0)
(2) MiamiHuntington Center, Toledo
Attendance: 2460

Frozen Four – Pittsburgh

The Frozen Four featured four teams that were seeking their first championship. This was only the second time this had happened since the first NCAA championship tournament in 1948, the other time being in 1958. Additionally, of the four Frozen Four participants in 2013, only Yale had previously reached the tournament semifinals when they finished third in the 1952 tournament.[6] Yale's championship was the first for a team from ECAC Hockey since 1989. The championship game between Yale and Quinnipiac was the first time the championship game was contested between two ECAC Hockey teams since 1978.

National semifinals
April 11
National championship
April 13
      
E1 Quinnipiac 4
MW4 St. Cloud State 1
E1 Quinnipiac 0
W4 Yale 4
W4 Yale 3*
NE1 Massachusetts–Lowell 2

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)
All times are local (UTC−4).

National semifinals

April 11, 2013
4:30 pm
ESPN2
(W4) Yale3 – 2
(2–0, 0–2, 0–0, 1–0)
(NE1) Massachusetts–LowellConsol Energy Center, Pittsburgh
Attendance: 17,428
April 11, 2013
8:00 pm
ESPN2
(MW4) St. Cloud State1 – 4
(0–3, 1–1, 0–0)
(E1) QuinnipiacConsol Energy Center, Pittsburgh
Attendance: 17,428

National championship

April 13, 2013
7:00 pm
ESPN
(W4) Yale4 – 0
(0–0, 1–0, 3–0)
(E1) QuinnipiacConsol Energy Center, Pittsburgh
Attendance: 18,184
Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st None
2nd Yale Clinton Bourbonais (4) Young 39:56 1–0 Yale
3rd Yale Charles Orzetti (2) Bourbonais and Laganière 43:35 2–0 Yale
Yale Andrew Miller (18) Agostino 49:06 3–0 Yale
Yale Jesse Root (12) – EN Miller and O'Gara 53:02 4–0 Yale
Penalty summary
Period Team Player Penalty Time PIM
1st Yale Rob O'Gara Elbowing 02:41 2:00
QUI Cory Hibbeler Interference 04:51 2:00
Yale Colin Dueck Tripping 07:48 2:00
QUI Mike Dalhuisen Tripping 15:23 2:00
2nd QUI Jeremy Langlois Roughing 27:17 2:00
Yale Bench (Served by Anthony Day) Too Many Players 30:28 2:00
Yale Clinton Bourbonais Charging 31:25 2:00
QUI Bench (Served by Russell Goodman) Too Many Players 32:38 2:00
QUI Zach Davies Interference 33:25 2:00
3rd Yale Antoine Laganière Slashing 51:37 2:00
QUI Travis St. Denis Slashing 51:37 2:00
Shots by period
Team 1 2 3 T
Yale 9 14 8 31
Quinnipiac 11 15 10 36
Goaltenders
Team Name Saves Goals against Time on ice
Yale Jeff Malcolm 36 0 60:00
QUI Eric Hartzell 27 3 59:24

Record by conference

Conference # of Bids Record Win % Regional Finals Frozen Four Championship Game Champions
WCHA 6 3–6 .333 2 1 - -
ECAC Hockey 3 8–2 .800 3 2 2 1
Hockey East 3 3–3 .500 2 1 - -
CCHA 2 1–2 .333 1 - - -
Atlantic Hockey 1 0–1 .000 - - - -

Media

Television

ESPN had US television rights to all games during the tournament.[7] For the ninth consecutive year ESPN aired every game, beginning with the regionals, on ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU, and ESPN3. They also streamed them online via WatchESPN.

Broadcast Assignments

Regionals

Frozen Four & Championship

  • John Buccigross, Barry Melrose, & Clay Matvick – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Radio

Dial Global Sports used exclusive radio rights to air both the semifinals and the championship, AKA the "Frozen Four."[8]

All-Tournament Team

Frozen Four

* Most Outstanding Player(s)[9]

References

  1. ^ "NCAA Awards Frozen Four To Pittsburgh In 2013 And Philadelphia In 2014" (Press release). NCAA. July 13, 2010. Retrieved July 14, 2010.
  2. ^ Sanserino, Michael (July 14, 2010). "Consol Energy Center to host 2013 Frozen Four". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved July 14, 2010.
  3. ^ "Sites for 2013 NCAA D-I men's regionals announced". USCHO.com. October 5, 2011. Retrieved October 8, 2011.
  4. ^ http://www.mgoblue.com/sports/m-hockey/spec-rel/100511aaa.html
  5. ^ "Championship contenders announced". NCAA.com. March 24, 2012. Retrieved March 25, 2012.
  6. ^ http://www.uscho.com/frozen-four/2013/03/31/its-a-new-look-frozen-four-field-with-yale-massachuetts-lowell-st-cloud-state-quinnipiac-set-for-pittsburgh/
  7. ^ Margolis, Rachel (December 15, 2011). "ESPN and NCAA® Extend Rights Agreement through 2023–24". ESPN. Retrieved 15 Dec 2011.
  8. ^ "NCAA, Westwood One extend deal". NCAA. January 13, 2011. Archived from the original on 2013-05-16. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  9. ^ "NCAA Division I Awards". College Hockey Historical Archives. Retrieved 2013-07-17.
2012–13 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season

The 2012–13 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season began on October 6, 2012 and concluded with the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament's championship game on April 13, 2013 at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This was the 66th season in which an NCAA ice hockey championship was held and is the 118th year overall where an NCAA school fielded a team.

2012–13 Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockey season

The 2012–13 Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockey team represented Yale University in the 2012–13 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season. The Bulldogs were coached by Keith Allain who was in his seventh season as head coach. His assistant coaches were Red Gendron and Dan Muse. The Bulldogs played their home games in Ingalls Rink and competed in the ECAC Hockey conference.

The Bulldogs posted a regular season record of 16 wins, 10 losses, and 3 ties. They were seeded third for the 2013 ECAC Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Tournament, winning their quarterfinal series, but losing in the semifinals to eventual champion Union. Yale was invited to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament as the tournament's 15th overall seed out of 16 teams, and the 4th seed in the west regional. In their first game in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Bulldogs defeated Minnesota, 3–2, on a Jesse Root goal 9 seconds into overtime. In the second round against North Dakota, Yale trailed most of the game, before netting 4 goals in the final 8 minutes to win 4–1 and advance to the school's first Frozen Four since 1952.In the Frozen Four at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, the Bulldogs scored 2 goals in the first period against UMass Lowell, before the River Hawks answered with 2 goals in the second. After a scoreless third period, captain Andrew Miller scored 6:59 into overtime to send the Bulldogs to the national championship against Quinnipiac, setting up an all-ECAC and all-Connecticut matchup. In the final, goaltender Jeff Malcolm stopped all 36 Quinnipiac shots, and the Bulldogs scored 4 to win their first national championship.

2013 Atlantic Hockey Tournament

The 2013 Atlantic Hockey Tournament is the 10th Atlantic Hockey Tournament. It will be played between March 8 and March 23, 2013 at campus locations and at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, New York, United States. The winner of the tournament will earn Atlantic Hockey's automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

2013 CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2013 CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was the 42nd and final CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. It was played between March 8 and March 24, 2012 at campus locations and at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The tournament was won by the Notre Dame Fighting Irish—winning the Mason Cup and earning the Central Collegiate Hockey Association's automatic bid into the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

2013 ECAC Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2013 ECAC Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was played between March 8 and March 23, 2013 at campus locations and at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States. Union College was the winner of the tournament for the second year in a row and received the ECAC Hockey's automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

2013 Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2013 Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was played between March 14 and March 13, 2013 at campus locations and at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Massachusetts–Lowell River Hawks won their first Hockey East Tournament and earned the Hockey East's automatic bid into the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

2013 NCAA National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2013 NCAA National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Tournament involved eight schools in single-elimination play that determined the national champion of women's NCAA Division I college ice hockey. Regional quarterfinals were contested on March 15 and 16, 2013. The Frozen Four was played on March 22 and 24, 2013 at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, with the University of Minnesota as the host school.

The University of Minnesota won the title with a 6–3 win over Boston University, becoming the first NCAA women's hockey team ever to complete a perfect season (41–0–0).

2013 WCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2013 WCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was played between March 15 and March 23, 2013, at six conference arenas and the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Colorado College Tigers to win their 12th Broadmoor Trophy as the tournament's champions, and was awarded the Western Collegiate Hockey Association's automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

2013 in sports

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Quinnipiac Bobcats men's ice hockey

The Quinnipiac Bobcats men's ice hockey team is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college ice hockey program that represents Quinnipiac University. The Bobcats are a member of ECAC Hockey. They play at the People's United Center in Hamden, Connecticut.

Game reference
Tony CapobiancoGoaliesEric HartzellReferees:
Brad Shepherd
Todd Anderson
Linesmen:
Andy Dokken
Justin Hills
0 – 18:43 – C. Jones (K. Jones)
Farrell (Shupe, Cuddemi) – 24:241 – 1
Sullivan (McKellar, Parker) – 25:082 – 1
Gibbons – 43:433 – 1
3 – 248:02 – Peca (C. Jones)
3 – 350:42 – Samuels-Thomas (Dalhuisen, Davies) (PP)
3 – 454:28 – Bui (Van Brabant, Arnt)
6 minPenalties4 min
23Shots40
Game reference
Troy GrosenickGoaliesParker MilnerReferees:
Ryan Sweeney
Shane Ferrier
Linesmen:
Brendon Blanchard
Bill McGoldrick
Jooris (Sullivan, Carr) (PP) – 9:251 – 0
Jooris (Simpson) – 20:392 – 0
Ikkala (Novak) – 21:043 – 0
Gostisbehere (Carr, Hatch) (PP) – 38:164 – 0
Ciampini (Coburn, Simpson) (PP) – 45:195 – 0
5 – 156:02 – Gaudreau (Wey)
14 minPenalties14 min
35Shots30
Game reference
Troy GrosenickGoaliesEric HartzellReferees:
Derek Shepherd
Marco Hunt
Linesmen:
Sam Shikowsky
Nick Bradshaw
0 – 19:46 – Peca (C. Jones, K. Jones)
0 – 210:59 – Peca
0 – 312:58 – Peca (K. Jones) (PP)
0 – 427:22 – Samuels-Thomas (St. Denis, Davies) (PP)
0 – 531:42 – K. Jones (Peca, C. Jones)
Ciampini (Coburn, Simpson) (PP) – 43:151 – 5
38 minPenalties12 min
19Shots26
Game reference
Jeff MalcolmGoaliesAdam WilcoxReferees:
Jeff Bunyon
Kevin Shea
Linesmen:
Chris Millea
Bob Bernard
Agostino (Miller, O'Gara) – 27:081 – 0
Young (Bourbonais, Wilson) (PP) – 35:282 – 0
2 – 148:12 – Schmidt (Rau, Haula) (PP)
2 – 253:40 – Budish (Haula)
Root (Agostino) – 60:093 – 2
10 minPenalties6 min
26Shots28
Game reference
Carsen ChubakGoaliesZane GothbergReferees:
Jack Millea
Scott Hansen
Linesmen:
Marc Sullivan
Tommy George
Beattie (Williams) – 26:271 – 0
1 – 141:56 – MacWilliam
1 – 253:40 – Kristo (Forbort, Grimaldi)
14 minPenalties14 min
29Shots43
Game reference
Jeff MalcolmGoaliesClarke SaundersReferees:
Jeff Bunyon
Kevin Shea
Linesmen:
Bob Bernard
Tom George
0 – 17:22 – Knight (MacWilliam, Forbort)
Balch (Day, Wilson) – 52:251 – 1
Root (Miller, Fallen) (PP) – 55:042 – 1
Wilson (Day) – 57:393 – 1
Agostino (EN) – 59:004 – 1
8 minPenalties12 min
39Shots25
Game reference
Joel RumpelGoaliesConnor HellebuyckReferees:
Steve McInchak
Brian Aaron
Linesmen:
T. J. Likens
Joseph Hutek
0 – 17:11 – Pendenza (White, Houk)
0 – 223:12 – Folin (Wilson)
0 – 334:08 – Thompson (Suter)
Kerdiles (LaBate, Ramage) (PP) – 48:191 – 3
1 – 453:56 – Arnold (McGrath)
1 – 559:12 – Chapie (EN)
1 – 659:57 – McGrath (Amlong) (PP)
12 minPenalties14 min
32Shots26
Game reference
Juho OlkinuoraGoaliesCasey DeSmith
Doremus (Jacobson, Tabrum) – 2:241–0
1–15:39 – Thrush (Pesce, van Riemsdyk)
Q. Shore (N. Shore) – 17:212–1
2–234:34 – van Riemsdyk (Knodel, Downing) (PP)
2–339:38 – Speelman (Kostolansky, Hardowa)
2–448:49 – Henrion (Agosta, Sorkin)
2–557:40 – Thrush (Henrion, Silengo) (EN)
31 minPenalties14 min
33Shots41
Game reference
Casey DeSmithGoaliesConnor Hellebuyck
0–139:30 – Wilson (Ruhwedel, White)
0–253:58 – Chapie (Wilson)
6 minPenalties6 min
28Shots28
Game reference
Ryan FaragherGoaliesSteven Summerhays
Mike Johnson
Referees:
Chip McDonald
Robert St. Lawrence
Linesmen:
Dave Blow
Justin Pruszak
Hanowski (Prochno, Kossila) – 11:321 – 0
Benik (Jensen, Hanowski) (PP) – 29:282 – 0
Thorson (Bertsch, Benik) – 33:353 – 0
Brodzinski (Murray) – 34:534 – 0
4 – 147:44 – Voran (Rust) (SH)
Benik (Prow, Prochno) (PP) – 51:075 – 1
2 minPenalties14 min
23Shots18
Game reference
Stephon WilliamsGoaliesRyan McKayReferees:
Peter Feolia
Scott Whittemore
Linesmen:
Glen Cooke
Jim Briggs
0 – 131:04 – McKenzie (Czarnik, Barber)
0 – 242:30 – Hagel (Coleman, Murphy)
0 – 349:24 – Murphy (Cook, Coleman)
0 – 459:02 – Cook (Czarnik) (EN)
15 minPenalties8 min
20Shots26
Game reference
Ryan FaragherGoaliesRyan McKayReferees:
Pete Feola
Chip McDonald
Linesmen:
David Brown
Glen Cooke
Benik (Thorson) – 5:281 – 0
Benik (Bertsch, Gravel) – 25:362 – 0
2 – 127:50 – Coleman (Spinell, Wideman) (PP)
Thorson (Bertsch) – 30:123 – 1
Thorson (EN) – 59:594 – 1
8 minPenalties8 min
22Shots21
Game reference
Jeff MalcolmGoaliesConnor Hellebuyck
Witek (Cooper, Miller) (PP) – 12:551–0
Laganiere (Killian) – 19:092–0
2–134:38 – Wetmore (Arnold, Wilson)
2–234:52 – Pendenza (White, Holmstrom)
Miller (Cooper) – 66:593–2
2 minPenalties8 min
47Shots18
Game reference
Ryan FaragherGoaliesEric Hartzell
0–11:49 – Samuels-Thomas (Goodman) (PP)
0–25:07 – Arnt (Samuels-Thomas)
0–311:19 – Langlois (Davies)
Benik (Gravel, Thorson) – 26:251–3
1–434:31 – K. Jones (Tolkinen, Davies)
8 minPenalties10 min
34Shots28
Game reference
Referees:
Jeff Bunyon
Kevin Shea
Linesmen:
Bob Bernard
Tommy George
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