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    NCAA 2016 NCAA DI Playoffs/Tournament

    Well folks, its that time of year again. The NCAA's Division I post-season hockey tournaments are kicking off this weekend. Playoff match-ups for Atlantic Hockey, the ECAC and Hockey East are set. The WCHA and NCHC will wrap-up their regular seasons this weekend with the Big 10 following suit next week. The format for this years' conference tournaments remains unchanged. With the exception of the Big-10 (where all rounds are single-elimintation and played at a neutral site), all First Round and Quarterfinal match-ups will be best of three series played at the higher seed's home arena. All Semifinal and Championship games will be single elimination and played at a neutral site.

    Atlantic Hockey
    (All teams qualify for post-season. Top 5 seeds advance directly to Quarterfinals)

    Tournament seedings:

    1.) #20 Robert Morris
    2.) Air Force
    3.) Holy Cross
    4.) Mercyhurst
    5.) RIT
    6.) Army
    7.) Canisius
    8.) Bentley
    9.) Sacred Heart
    10.) Niagara
    11.) American International

    • In the only blowout of the night, the 6th seeded Army Black Knights took down the hapless AIC Yellow Jackets 5-0. Really no surprise when American International loses. Maybe AIC will make it closer tomorrow, but I'm not holding my breath.

    • The game in Watertown, MA between 9th seeded Sacred Heart and 8th seeded Bentley looked like it was over early. Bentley had jumped out to a 3-0 lead by the midway point of the game. The Sacred Heart Pioneers would come storming back late in the 2nd period however. SHU scored 3 unanswered goals, including 2 in the last minute of the period, to tie things up at 3 goals apiece. Bentley again jumped ahead by 2 goals early in the 3rd. Sacred Heart was able to get one back with the extra attacker late in the game, but it wasn't enough. Bentley held off SHU to take the 5-4 game one win.

    • In one of only two upsets on the evening, 10th seeded Niagara took down their 7th seeded arch-rival Canisius at the HarborCenter in Buffalo, NY by the score of 3-2. Niagara was outshot nearly 2-1. Cansius took the lead early, but Niagara responded just 12 seconds later. The Purple Eagles would never trail again, and held of the Golden Griffons to take the 1-0 series lead.



    ECAC
    (All teams qualify for post-season. Top 4 seeds advance directly to Quarterfinals)

    Tournament seedings:

    1.) #1 Quinnipiac
    2.) #8 Yale
    3.) #12 Harvard
    4.) #19 St. Lawrence
    5.) Clarkson
    6.) Rensselaer
    7.) Dartmouth
    8.) #18 Cornell
    9.) Union
    10.) Colgate
    11.) Brown
    12.) Princeton

    • Even if they end up getting swept, you have to give Princeton credit for putting up a good fight. The 12th seeded Tigers, one of the worst teams in college hockey, took the 5th seeded Clarkson Golden Knights to double-overtime before falling 3-2. Princeton actually led 2-0 heading into the 3rd period, but two late goals from Clarkson tied things up. The goal which forced OT was scored by Clarkson with a two-man advantage (they had pulled their goalie and were on the power-play) with just :22 seconds left in the game. The Golden Knights were eventually able to put away the game winner just over a minute into the second OT.

    • In a low scoring defensive struggle, the 8th seeded Cornell Big Red took down the 9th seeded Union College Dutchmen by the score of 1-0. Cornell's lone goal didn't come until nearly 14 minutes into the 3rd period.

    • The 7th seeded Dartmouth Big Green had to come from behind to take down the 10th seeded Colgate Raiders 3-2 in OT. Colgate led things 2-1 heading into the 3rd, but the Ivy Leaguers were able to tie things up 9 minutes into the period before burying the game winner 11 minutes into OT.

    • 6th seeded RPI took town the 11th seeded Brown Bears 3-2 in Troy, NY. Brown actually managed to outshoot the Engineers 35-23, but they were unable to bury their chances and Rensselaer will take the 1-0 series lead.


    Hockey East
    (All teams qualify for post-season. Top 4 seeds advance directly to Quarterfinals)

    Tournament seedings:

    1.) #3 Boston College
    2.) #4 Providence
    3.) #10 Notre Dame
    4.) #11 UMass-Lowell
    5.) #9 Boston University
    6.) Northeastern
    7.) Merrimack
    8.) Connecticut
    9.) Vermont
    10.) New Hampshire
    11.) Maine
    12.) Massachusetts

    • In what was, I think, the most surprising game of the night, 5th seeded Boston University, ranked #9 nationally, needed overtime to take down the UMass Minutemen. UMass has been pretty much hopeless this year, especially in Hockey East play, where they posted a 2-16-4 record. The Minutemen held a 1-0 lead at the end of the 1st period, but the Terriers were able to tie things up early in the 2nd. Things stayed scoreless in the 3rd, and BU would need to gut it out through nearly 10 minutes of overtime before finally putting away the game winner to take the 2-1 win.

    • 7th seeded Merrimack and 10th seeded UNH actually started their series on Thursday night. In game one, UNH took the 3-1 win on the road at Merrimack. After falling behind 2-0, Merrimack was able to draw to within 1 midway through the 3rd. UNH would bury an empty netter late however to claim a 1-0 series lead. In game two on Friday night, the Merrimack Warriors again found themselves trailing 2-1 in the 3rd period, but this time were able to find the net and force OT. The Warriors were able to score 12 minutes into OT to take the 3-2 win and tie the series at 1 game apiece.

    • 6th seeded Northeastern would also need overtime to take a 3-2 win over the Maine Black Bears. Maine actually led 2-0 after the first period, but 1 goal in each of the last two periods would allow NU to tie things up and force overtime. the Huskies would go on to bury the game winner 4:41 into OT.

    • In only the second upset tonight, 9th seeded UVM took down 8th seeded UConn by the score of 2-1. The teams traded goals in the 1st period before the Catamounts were able to score the game winner a little over midway through the 2nd.

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    It was an exciting night of hockey in the AHC, ECAC and Hockey East. 5 games went to OT, 4 teams forced game threes and 6 teams wrapped up their First Round outings with a sweep.

    Atlantic Hockey

    • Well, I stand corrected. AIC bounced back from their blowout loss on Friday to win game two of their series on Saturday night by the score of 3-2 in OT. Army lead 2-0 midway through the 2nd, but a pair of power-play goals allowed the Yellow Jackets to tie things up and force OT. AIC didn't take long in the extra period, scoring the game winner just :30 seconds into OT.

    • In a low scoring affair at the John A. Ryan Skating Arena in Watertown, MA the Sacred Heart Pioneers skated their way to a 2-1 overtime win over the Bentley Falcons. The Falcons held a 1-0 lead heading into the 3rd, but the Pioneers were able to bury the equalizer on the power-play a little under 13 minutes into the final period. Regulation would end with things tied at one, and Sacred Heart would go on to extend their season by scoring the game winner at the 13:06 mark of OT.

    • In an even lower scoring affair, Canisius took down arch-rival Niagara by the score of 1-0 to force a game three in their series as well. The Golden Griffons scored the game's lone goal at the 12:42 mark of the 2nd period.


    ECAC

    • The last place Princeton Tigers again forced OT, but yet again fell to the Clarkson Golden Knights, bringing their season to a close. Clarkson led 2-0 after the 1st period, but goals for Princeton in the 2nd and 3rd periods knotted things up at 2 and forced overtime. Princeton put up a valiant fight, but Clarkson was able to put away the game winner about 17 and a half minutes into OT to take the 3-2 win and sweep the series. As I said last night, sweep or not, you have to credit Princeton with the way they came out to play in this series.

    • #18 Cornell wrapped up their series with Union with a 2-1 victory in overtime. The Big Red scored the game's opening goal midway through the 2nd period, with the Dutchmen responding with one of their own midway through the 3rd. Cornell's Matt Buckles would go on to bury the game winner at the 3:18 mark of OT.

    • Colgate bounced back on Saturday to take a 5-3 win over the Dartmouth Big Green and even up their series at 1 game apiece. Dartmouth led 1-0 after the 1st period, but Colgate exploded for 3 goals in the 2nd. Dartmouth managed to tie things up with a power-play goal late in the 2nd period and an even strength goal early in the 3rd, but Colgate would jump ahead again with a power-play goal of their own midway through the last period before adding an empty netter late in the game.

    • RPI completed their sweep of Brown with a 4-3 win at Houston Field House in Troy, NY. Brown dominated the 1st period and held a 3-0 lead heading into the 2nd. It would be all Engineer's from then on though. RPI scored 2 goals in the 2nd period and 2 more in the 3rd to advance to the ECAC Quarterfinals.


    Hockey East

    • #9 Boston University finished their sweep of UMass, winning on Saturday by the score of 5-4. The two teams traded goals all game long. BU's Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson finally scored the go-ahead goal midway through the 3rd period and the Terrier defence was able to buckle down and shut out the Minutemen the rest of the way. Like Princeton, you have to give UMass a lot of credit for putting up a great fight in a series nobody expected them to win.

    • 7th seeded Merrimack and 10th seeded UNH took the night off and will wrap up their series on Sunday.

    • The Northeastern Huskies had to go to OT for the second night in a row to complete their sweep of Maine. The Huskies led 3-0 after the 1st period, but a power-play goal midway through the 2nd period and a pair of even strength goals in the 3rd tied things up for the Black Bears. Northeastern senior captain Kevin Roy would prevent the Maine comeback by burying the game winner at the 13:45 mark of OT to take the 4-3 victory.

    • Excitement over hosting their first playoff series as members of Hockey East will be short-lived for the UConn Huskies as they fell to the UVM Catamounts by the score of 4-3, bringing their season to a close. The teams traded goals throughout with Vermont leading 2-1 after the 1st period and UConn leading by 3-2 after the 2nd. The Catamounts managed to tie thing up with an even strength goal midway through the 3rd, and would bury the game winner with less than 2 minutes left to play.

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    The regular season wrapped up this weekend in the NCHC and the WCHA and the playoff match-ups are set. I'll post the tournament seedings below. As stated earlier, the Big 10 still has one more week left in their regular season.

    NCHC
    (All teams qualify for post-season and advance directly to Quarterfinals)

    Tournament seedings:

    1.) North Dakota
    2.) St. Cloud State
    3.) Denver
    4.) Minnesota-Duluth
    5.) Miami
    6.) Nebraska-Omaha
    7.) Western Michigan
    8.) Colorado College

    WCHA
    (Top 8 teams qualify for post-season and advance directly to Quarterfinals)

    Tournament seedings:

    1.) Michigan Tech
    2.) Minnesota State
    3.) Bowling Green
    4.) Ferris State
    5.) Northern Michigan
    6.) Bemidji State
    7.) Lake Superior State
    8.) Alaska
    DNQ.) Alaska-Anchorage
    DNQ.) Alabama-Huntsville

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    First Round series wrapped up on Sunday in Atlantic Hockey, the ECAC and Hockey East. Quarterfinal match-ups in every conference but the Big 10 will kick off next week.

    Atlantic Hockey

    • Ah, back to the AIC we all know and love. The Army Black Knights took down the Yellow Jackets on Sunday by the score of 4-0. I'm sorry for being so tough on AIC, but they're perennially the worst team in Division I college hockey, they play at an off-campus local skating rink with no plans to build an on-campus facility, they receive almost zero fan support and whoever's running that program just doesn't seem to have any interest in winning. You just have to wonder after a point what they're in this for. Anyway, Army will move on to face the 3rd seeded Holy Cross Crusaders in a three game set at the Hart Center in Worcester, MA.

    • Game 3 in Watertown was a one sided affair, as the Bentley Falcons took down the Sacred Heart Pioneers by the score of 4-1. SHU was actually equal with Bentley on shots, but was unable to capitalize on any of its chances. Sacred Heart's lone goal came on the power-play late in the 2nd period. Bentley will advance to face top seeded #20 Robert Morris at 84 Lumber Arena in suburban Pittsburgh in the Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinals.

    • After a scare in game 1, Canisius was able to come back and win 2 straight to eliminate the Niagara Purple Eagles from the AHC playoffs. The Golden Griffs won on Sunday by the score of 4-1. The Griffs held a 3-0 lead late in the 3rd when Niagara was able to score their lone goal after pulling their goalie. The comeback was short-lived however, as Canisius was able to bury an empty-netter less than a minute later. Canisius will move on to face the 2nd seeded Air Force Falcons at the Cadet Ice Arena in Colorado Springs, CO.

    • In the 4th AHC Quarterfinal match-up, 4th seeded Mercyhurst will host the 5th seeded RIT Tigers at the Mercyhurst Ice Center in Erie, PA.


    ECAC

    • Dartmouth needed double-overtime to eliminate Colgate from the ECAC playoffs. The teams traded goals in the 1st and 3rd periods to tie things at 3 goals apiece. After a scoreless first overtime period, Dartmouth buried a shot at the 4:37 mark of the 2nd OT to take the 4-3 win. The Big Green will move on to face the 2nd seeded #8 Yale Bulldogs in a best of three Quarterfinal series at Ingalls Rink in New Haven, CT.

    • In the other ECAC Quarterfinal series, #18 Cornell will travel to Hamden, CT to face the #1 Quinnipiac Bobcats, the Clarkson Golden Knights will travel down the road to face arch-rivals #19 St. Lawrence at Appleton Arena in Canton, NY and the RPI Engineers will travel to Boston, MA to face the #12 Harvard Crimson.



    Hockey East

    • In Hockey East's sole match-up of the night, the Merrimack Warriors eliminated the UNH Wildcats with a 2-1 win. Despite the close score, this game was fairly one-sided, with Merrimack outshooting UNH 42-28. New Hampshire's lone goal came on the power-play midway through the 3rd period. Merrimack will advance to face the 2nd seeded and defending National Champions #4 Providence in the Hockey East Quarterfinals.

    • In Hockey East's other Quarterfinals games, UVM will travel to Conte Forum in Boston, MA to face the top seeded #3 Boston College Eagles, #9 Boston University will travel to Tsongas Arena in Lowell, MA to face the 4th seeded #11 UMass-Lowell River Hawks and the Northeastern Huskies will travel out to South Bend, IN to face the 3rd seeded #10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Compton Family Ice Arena.

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    In the Midwest regional, North Dakota pounded Northeastern 6-2
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    More scores:
    Midwest
    Michigan: 3, Notre Dame: 2 (OT)
    Northeast
    Boston College: 4, Harvard: 1
    Minnesota-Duluth: 2, Providence: 1 (OT)
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    Scores after 3/26:
    Northeast
    Boston College: 3, Minnesota-Duluth: 2. BC advances to the Frozen Four.
    Midwest
    North Dakota: 5, Michigan: 2. UND advances to the Frozen Four.
    East
    UMass-Lowell: 3, Yale: 2 (OT)
    Quinnipiac: 4, RIT: 0
    West
    Denver: 7, Boston U: 2
    Ferris State: 5, St. Cloud State: 4 (OT)
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    Scores for 3/27:
    Quinnipiac beat UML 4-1 to advance to the Frozen Four, and Denver beat Ferris State 6-3 to advance as well. Thus, the field is set.
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    Thanks for the updates. There's been some coverage of the divisional finals on BT Sport in the UK so have caught abit of the action. Have enjoyed what I've seen. The games don't seem to have had very big attendances though. Is the event overshadowed by the NCAA Basketball March Madness?

    The finals are in Florida aren't they? That's quite some trip for any fans wanting to go.

    How highly rated are the current top NCAA players? Have many Frozen Four stars gone on to have had good NHL careers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shefpie View Post
    Thanks for the updates. There's been some coverage of the divisional finals on BT Sport in the UK so have caught abit of the action. Have enjoyed what I've seen. The games don't seem to have had very big attendances though. Is the event overshadowed by the NCAA Basketball March Madness?

    The finals are in Florida aren't they? That's quite some trip for any fans wanting to go.

    How highly rated are the current top NCAA players? Have many Frozen Four stars gone on to have had good NHL careers?
    Yeah, that never helps. I think that given that a fair amount of teams are generally from smaller schools, the amount of fans and alumni who attend won't be super high. Then again, North Dakota fans travel extremely well.

    Regarding the top players, you have a fair number of the undrafted free agents who get plenty of attention from the scouts. As always though, there's at least one or two drafted players on each team.
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    I follow college football and a small amount of basketball, yet some of these names are a mystery to me (Rensselaer?). Are these schools where hockey is THE number 1 sport, or do they have some kind of special arrangement to play Div. 1 hockey while their other teams are in lower divisions?

    Also, which hockey scene is bigger, NCAA or the CIS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BhamJohn View Post
    I follow college football and a small amount of basketball, yet some of these names are a mystery to me (Rensselaer?). Are these schools where hockey is THE number 1 sport, or do they have some kind of special arrangement to play Div. 1 hockey while their other teams are in lower divisions?

    Also, which hockey scene is bigger, NCAA or the CIS?
    NCAA is bigger by far. CIS is more like DIII hockey in terms of the attention it gets from the media/fans. Some teams are pretty good, but overall its a lower level of play too. And yes, a lot of smaller schools that you may not have heard of play hockey at the DI level, but many of the traditional power houses should still be familiar to you (BC, Michigan, Minnesota etc.). Sorta surprised you haven't heard of Rensselaer (aka RPI) since its a fairly prominent school oustide of sports, but there are definitely a lot of randoms (Lake Superior State, Merrimack, American International etc.). But that's part of what makes college hockey great. Its not all about who has the biggest budget or the biggest deal with Nike. Its mostly a collection of schools that have a genuine passion for hockey, and the little guys can still compete with the big boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BhamJohn View Post
    Are these schools where hockey is THE number 1 sport, or do they have some kind of special arrangement to play Div. 1 hockey while their other teams are in lower divisions?
    There are a few schools, examples are the Universities of Alaska (both Anchorage and main campus Fairbanks) and Lake Superior State University, where they have been grandfathered. Several years ago, the NCAA decided that all of a school's sports teams must belong to a particular division. Along with some tennis, soccer, and field lacrosse (Johns Hopkins University) powerhouses, the ice hockey contingent managed to get their existing programs an exemption to continue as full Division I scholarship programs.

    Not all NCAA Division I offer athletic scholarships however. The Ivy League schools (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, et. al.) do not offer athletic scholarships for any sports. The service academies of the Air Force, Army, and Navy do not explicitly give athletic scholarships - all officer cadets there are paid for through federal taxes. Interestingly, the much smaller Coast Guard Academy and Merchant Marine Academy are in Division III.
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    Forgot to mention it earlier, but the Frozen Four finals are set: North Dakota beat Denver 4-2 and Quinnipiac beat BC 3-2. This is the latter's first ever trip to the FF.
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    North Dakota - Denver was a crazy game. ND led 2-0 in the third and Denver rallied to tie. ND then scored with 56 seconds left in regulation on a pretty passing play that left Denver's goalie with no chance, and added an empty net goal.

    Shockingly, Quinnipiac's win over Boston College was the first time the two programs have ever met, despite being in close geographic proximity to each other.
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    The Frozen Four (semifinals and finals) have had NHL sized crowds, Shefpie. The level of play is very high. Top NCAA D.I teams have played in the Spengler Cup in the 1970's and 1980's and have, over decades, played against various national teams, and pro European teams, including KHL teams such as the legendary CSKA Moscow. North Dakota and Quinnipiac can easily compete against any EIHL or similar level team, such as an ECHL team. In fact, as the teams in this tournament have been eliminated, many of their senior and even junior players (i.e., 4th and 3rd university years, respectively) have signed with ECHL, various European, AHL and even NHL teams. St. Cloud State's starting goaltender, for example, finished this season as the backup for the Montreal Canadiens. Average NCAA D.I teams have, for whatever reason, recently played a bunch of NLB teams and have won more than they lost.

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    Funny how the NCAA's political correctness has failed with North Dakota's fans. After the NCAA forced the school to give up its legendary 'Fighting Sioux' nickname over the dubious claim that it is insulting to the Sioux tribal people (most of whom loved the university honoring their legendary bravery and war prowess by using the name), North Dakota refused to have a nickname. Now, after several years, the university has selected 'Fighting Hawks' as its nickname. And what did the North Dakota fans wear, en masse, to all of their games? Sioux jerseys. Not a Fighting Hawks logo to be found, and no plain North Dakota jerseys like the version currently worn on the ice by the players. And what did they chant? 'SIOUX! SIOUX! SIOUX!' Over and over and over again. No 'Fighting Hawks' chants. A big, collective 'fuck you' to the NCAA by the North Dakota fans. They will ALWAYS be the Fighting Sioux to their fans. The NCAA knows it. The university (which never wanted the name change) knows it. The fans know it.

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    North Dakota is your national champs, beating Quinnipiac 5-1 to claim their 8th title
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    ND vs Denver was mad! The Frozen Four is the only TV coverage college hockey gets in the UK - if that is the standard, I need to start hunting for streams (and a nice powerful magnifying glass to follow the puck).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BhamJohn View Post
    ND vs Denver was mad! The Frozen Four is the only TV coverage college hockey gets in the UK - if that is the standard, I need to start hunting for streams (and a nice powerful magnifying glass to follow the puck).
    ESPN covers it, if that's what you mean. Also, NSBC Sports occasionally broadcasts games during the regular season, and the semi-niche BigTen Network carries league games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BhamJohn View Post
    ND vs Denver was mad! The Frozen Four is the only TV coverage college hockey gets in the UK - if that is the standard, I need to start hunting for streams (and a nice powerful magnifying glass to follow the puck).
    You can find a few full NCAA games on YouTube, including this years National Championship game between Quinnipiac and North Dakota

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