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Road to Frozen Four: Men’s conference tournament results, schedules


The highway to the boys’s Frozen 4 kicks off in earnest with the convention tournaments, the place six computerized berths are up for grabs.

The bracket for the 16-team NCAA area shall be revealed March 24 (7 p.m. ET, ESPNU and ESPN+), with the regionals scheduled for March 28 by way of March 31 and the Frozen 4 set for April 11 and 13 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The winners of the six convention tournaments — Atlantic, Huge Ten, CCHA, ECAC, Hockey East and NCHC — and 10 at-large groups will make up the 16-team area. The at-large groups are decided by the PairWise rankings.

This is a have a look at the schedules and outcomes from every of the convention tournaments.

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Atlantic

RIT received its second consecutive Atlantic regular-season title and sixth general. With first-round video games involving the six lowest seeds full, the highest 4 seeds host best-of-three quarterfinal sequence. The 4 quarterfinal winners advance to the best-of-three semifinals, with these winners transferring on to the single-game ultimate. All video games are on campus websites.

Quarterfinals, March 8-10
(best-of-three sequence)

No. 11 Robert Morris at No. 1 RIT
No. 8 Canisius at No. 2 Holy Cross
No. 7 Niagara at No. 3 Sacred Coronary heart
No. 5 AIC at No. 4 Air Power

Semifinals, March 15-17
(best-of-three sequence)

Ultimate, March 23


Huge Ten

Michigan State (22-9-3) earned a quarterfinals bye after claiming its first Huge Ten regular-season title. Seeds 2-7 play best-of-three quarterfinal sequence earlier than the single-game semis and ultimate, all on campus websites.

Quarterfinals, March 8-10
(best-of-three sequence)

No. 7 Ohio State at No. 2 Wisconsin
No. 6 Penn State at No. 3 Minnesota
No. 5 Notre Dame at No. 4 Michigan

Semifinals, March 16-17

Finals, March 23


CCHA

Ending the common season with eight straight wins, Bemidji State received its first regular-season title since 2017. One of the best-of-three quarterfinals shall be hosted by the highest 4 seeds, adopted by single-game semifinals and ultimate, all on campus websites.

Quarterfinals, March 8-10
(best-of-three sequence)

No. 8 Ferris State at No. 1 Bemidji State
No. 5 Northern Michigan at No. 4 Minnesota State
No. 6 Bowling Inexperienced at No. 3 Michigan Tech
No. 7 Lake Superior State at No. 2 St. Thomas

Semifinals, March 16

Ultimate, March 22


ECAC

Defending nationwide champion Quinnipiac received its fourth straight regular-season title. The highest 4 groups obtain first-round byes, with seeds 5-12 enjoying single video games within the first spherical. After a reseed, the highest 4 seeds host best-of-three quarterfinal sequence. Winners transfer on to single-game semifinals and ultimate. (All video games obtainable on ESPN+.)

First spherical, March 8 and 9

No. 9 Princeton at No. 8 Harvard
No. 10 Yale at No. 7 St. Lawrence
No. 11 Brown at No. 6 Union
No. 12 RPI at No. 5 Clarkson

Quarterfinals, March 15-17
(best-of-three sequence)

at No. 1 Quinnipiac
at No. 2 Cornell
at No. 3 Colgate
at No. 4 Dartmouth

Semifinals and ultimate, March 22 and 23
at Lake Placid, New York


Hockey East

With one weekend remaining within the common season, Boston School, the top-ranked group within the nation, has clinched its 18th Hockey East regular-season title and first since 2021. The Hockey East match is single elimination all through. Seeds 6-11 play within the first spherical, then the eight remaining groups are reseeded for the quarterfinals. Winners transfer on to the semifinals and ultimate. (All video games obtainable on ESPN+.)

First spherical, March 13

No. 11 seed at No. 6 seed
No. 10 seed at No. 7 seed
No. 9 seed at No. 8 seed

Quarterfinals, March 16

No. 5 seed at No. 4 seed
Lowest remaining seed at No. 1 Boston School
Second-lowest remaining seed at No. 2 Boston College
Third-lowest remaining seed at No. 3 seed

Semifinals and ultimate, March 22 and 23
at TD Backyard, Boston


NCHC

North Dakota clinched its sixth regular-season title within the 11-year historical past of the NCHC and its fourth within the final 5 years. The highest 4 seeds will host best-of-three quarterfinal sequence, then the winners transfer on to the single-game semifinals and ultimate.

Quarterfinals, March 15-17
(best-of-three sequence)

No. 8 Miami at No. 1 North Dakota
No. 7 Minnesota Duluth at No. 2 seed
No. 6 seed at No. 3 seed
No. 5 seed at No. 4 seed

Semifinals and ultimate, March 22 and 23
at Xcel Vitality Heart, St. Paul, Minnesota

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