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The 1995 Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was the 11th Tournament in the history of the conference. It was played between March 7 and March 18, 1995. Play-in and quarterfinal games were played at home team campus sites, while the final four games were, for the final time, played at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, the home venue of the NHL's Boston Bruins. By winning the tournament, Boston University received the Hockey East's automatic bid to the 1995 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

Format[]

The tournament featured three rounds of play with an additional play-in game with each round being a single-elimination game. The teams that finish eighth and ninth in the conference play a single play-in game to determine the final qualifier to the tournament. In the first round, the first seed and play-in victor, the second and seventh seeds, the third seed and sixth seeds, and the fourth seed and fifth seeds played with the winners advancing to the semifinals. In the semifinals, the highest and lowest seeds and second highest and second lowest seeds play with the winners advancing to the championship game and the losers meeting in a consolation game. The tournament champion receives an automatic bid to the 1995 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

Conference Standings[]

Note: GP = Games Played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; SW = Shootout Wins; PTS = Points; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against

Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Maine 24 15 3 6 1 88 104 63 44 32 6 6 196 118
Boston University†* 24 16 5 3 2 88 131 82 40 31 6 3 224 117
New Hampshire 24 14 6 4 0 78 113 85 36 22 10 4 161 123
Northeastern 24 11 8 5 5 70 98 89 35 16 14 5 143 137
Massachusetts–Lowell 24 11 12 1 1 58 105 116 41 17 19 4 165 175
Providence 24 7 11 6 3 50 102 103 37 14 17 6 158 159
Merrimack 24 7 12 5 3 48 74 91 37 14 18 5 125 137
Boston College 24 8 14 2 1 45 86 119 35 11 22 2 129 169
Massachusetts 24 3 21 0 0 15 64 129 36 6 28 2 92 173

Bracket[4][]

Teams are reseeded after the quarterfinals

  Quarterfinals
March 7
Quarterfinals
March 9–12
Semifinals
March 17
Championship
March 18
                                     
  1  Maine 7 1  Maine 3  
8  Boston College 4     9  Massachusetts 4 6  Providence 7  
9  Massachusetts 5  
  2  Boston University 4
7  Merrimack 3     2  Boston University 3
  6  Providence 2
  3  New Hampshire 2
6  Providence 3* Consolation
  4  Northeastern 2 2  Boston University 4 1  Maine 6
5  Massachusetts-Lowell 5 5  Massachusetts-Lowell 2   5  Massachusetts-Lowell 0

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

Play-In[]

(8) Boston College vs. (9) Massachusetts[]

March 7 Boston College 4 – 5 Massachusetts Conte Forum


Quarterfinals[]

(1) Maine vs. (9) Massachusetts[]

March 11 Maine 7 – 4 Massachusetts Alfond Arena


(2) Boston University vs. (7) Merrimack[]

March 12 Boston University 4 – 3 Merrimack Walter Brown Arena


(3) New Hampshire vs. (6) Providence[]

March 9 New Hampshire 2 – 3 Providence JFK Coliseum


(4) Northeastern vs. (5) Massachusetts-Lowell[]

March 10 Northeastern 2 – 5 Massachusetts-Lowell Matthews Arena


Semifinals[]

(1) Maine vs. (6) Providence[]

March 17 Maine 3 – 7 Providence Boston Garden


(2) Boston University vs. (5) Massachusetts-Lowell[]

March 17 Boston University 4 – 2 Massachusetts-Lowell Boston Garden


Consolation[]

(1) Maine vs. (5) Massachusetts-Lowell[]

March 18 Maine 6 – 0 Massachusetts-Lowell Boston Garden


Championship[]

(2) Boston University vs. (6) Providence[]

March 18 Boston University 3 – 2 Providence Boston Garden


Tournament awards[]

All-Tournament Team[5][]

  • F Shawn Bates (Boston University)
  • F Brady Kramer (Providence)
  • F Chad Quenneville (Providence)
  • D Jon Coleman (Boston University)
  • D Chris Imes (Maine)
  • G Bob Bell* (Providence)

* Tournament MVP(s)

References[]

  1. "Boston University Men's Team History". Retrieved on 2014-05-19. 
  2. "Jack Parker Year-by-Year Coaching Record". Retrieved on 2014-05-19. 
  3. "Hockey East Awards", College Hockey Historical Archive. Retrieved on 2014-05-19. 
  4. "Hockey East Tournament", College Hockey Historical Archive. Retrieved on 2014-05-19. 
  5. "2013-14 Hockey East Media Guide", Hockey East. Retrieved on 2014-05-19. 

External links[]

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