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NCAA.com | March 21, 2015

Conference Championships

2015 DIVISION I MEN'S HOCKEY CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Conference *Location Schedule/Results Champion

Atlantic Hockey
Rochester, N.Y. First Round: March 6
First Round: March 7
First Round: March 8
Quarterfinals: March 13
Quarterfinals: March 14
Quarterfinals: March 15
Semifinals: March 20
Championship: March 21
Rochester Institute

Big Ten
Detroit Quarterfinals: March 19
Semifinals: March 20
Championship: March 21

 

Minnesota


ECAC
Lake Placid, N.Y. First Round: March 6
First Round: March 7
First Round: March 8
Quarterfinals: March 13
Quarterfinals: March 14
Quarterfinals: March 15
Semifinals: March 20
Championship: March 21

 

 

Harvard


Hockey East
Boston First Round: March 6
First Round: March 7
First Round: March 8
Quarterfinals: March 13
Quarterfinals: March 14
Quarterfinals: March 15
Semifinals: March 20
Championship: March 21

 

 

Boston University


NCHC
Minneapolis Quarterfinals: March 13
Quarterfinals: March 14
Quarterfinals: March 15
Semifinals: March 20
Championship: March 21
Miami (Ohio)

WCHA
Minneapolis Quarterfinals: March 13
Quarterfinals: March 14
Quarterfinals: March 15
Semifinals: March 20
Championship: March 21



Minnesota State-Mankato

* Final site location only

 

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