WORCESTER, Mass. – Parker Milner stopped 33 shots for his second straight shutout and top-seeded Boston College advanced to its 10th Frozen Four in 15 years with a 4-0 win over defending NCAA champion Minnesota-Duluth on Sunday night in the Northeast Regional final.

Boston College (31-10-7), the Hockey East regular season and tourney champions, will take a 17-game winning streak into its national semifinal matchup with Minnesota on April 5 at Tampa, Fla.

Pat Mullane and Bill Arnold scored second-period goals for the Eagles. Patrick Wey added an unassisted goal early in the third and Johnny Gaudreau got the final goal.

It’s the 16th time during its winning streak that Boston College has held an opponent to two or fewer goals. 

MINNESOTA 5, NORTH DAKOTA 2: Erik Haula scored his 20th goal of the season, Taylor Matson added a goal and assist, and No. 2 seed Minnesota beat top-seeded North Dakota to win the West Regional at St. Paul, Minn.

Ben Marshall, Travis Boyd and Nate Condon also scored for Minnesota (28-13-1), which advanced to the Frozen Four for the first time since 2005. Kent Patterson made 24 saves for the Gophers.