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The 2006 ECAC Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was the 45th tournament in conference history. It was played between March 3 and March 18, 2006. Opening round and quarterfinal games were played at home team campus sites, while the final four games were played at the Pepsi Arena (subsequently renamed Times Union Center) in Albany, New York. By winning the tournament, Harvard received the ECAC's automatic bid to the 2006 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

Conference Standings[]

Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
Dartmouth 22 14 6 2 30 84 56 33 19 12 2 113 92
Colgate 22 14 6 2 30 66 46 39 20 13 6 113 93
#7 Cornell 22 13 6 3 29 61 48 35 22 9 4 99 77
#10 Harvard* 22 13 8 1 27 63 59 35 21 12 2 111 92
St. Lawrence 22 12 9 1 25 74 66 40 21 17 2 130 121
Rensselaer 22 8 8 6 22 53 56 37 14 17 6 105 111
Union 22 9 9 4 22 48 53 38 16 16 6 90 103
Clarkson 22 9 11 2 20 61 70 38 18 17 3 121 111
Princeton 22 7 12 3 17 62 69 31 10 18 3 81 96
Quinnipiac 22 8 13 1 17 70 74 39 20 18 1 130 110
Yale 22 6 14 2 14 65 83 33 10 20 3 89 123
Brown 22 3 14 5 11 45 72 32 5 20 7 69 106
Championship: Harvard
indicates conference regular season champion (Cleary Cup)
* indicates conference tournament champion (Whitelaw Cup)
Final rankings: USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Top 15 Poll

Bracket[]

Teams are reseeded after the First Round and Quarterfinals

  First round[4]
March 3–5
Quarterfinals[5]
March 10–12
Semifinals[6]
March 17
Championship
March 18
                                             
  1  Dartmouth 5 3 1  Dartmouth 1  
5  St. Lawrence 3* 2 5* 11  Yale 1 1 4  Harvard 10  
12  Brown 2 3 4
  2  Colgate 0 5 4
6  Union 1 2 10  Quinnipiac 3 3 0     4  Harvard 6
11  Yale 2* 3*****   3  Cornell 2
  3  Cornell 4** 3**
7  Rensselaer 1 2 8  Clarkson 3 2
10  Quinnipiac 2 4 Third place
  4  Harvard 1 3 8 2  Colgate 0
8  Clarkson 2 5 5  St. Lawrence 5 2 4 3  Cornell 2   1  Dartmouth 3
9  Princeton 1 0 2  Colgate 2


Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

First round[]

(5) St. Lawrence vs. (12) Brown[]

March 3[7] St. Lawrence 3 – 2 OT Brown Appleton Arena Recap  
No Scoring First period 18:59 - PP - Brian McNary
Kevin DeVergilio - 15:30 Second period 13:34 - Sean Dersch
Jared Ross - PP - 00:56 Third period No scoring
Mike Zbriger - GW - 00:25 First overtime period No scoring
Justin Pesony ( 25 saves / 27 shots ) Goalie stats Adam D'Alba ( 51 saves / 54 shots )
March 4[8] St. Lawrence 2 – 3 Brown Appleton Arena Recap  
No Scoring First period 03:35 - Seth Seidman
05:08 - Sean Dersch
Jared Ross - PP - 02:10
Jared Ross - 18:59
Second period No scoring
No Scoring Third period 04:34 - GW PP - Jeff Prough
Justin Pesony ( 10 saves / 13 shots ) Goalie stats Adam D'Alba ( 54 saves / 56 shots )
March 5[9] St. Lawrence 5 - 4 OT Brown Appleton Arena Recap  
Simon Watson - 14:51 First period No scoring
No scoring Second period No scoring
Andrzej Sandrzyk - 07:51
T.J. Trevelyan - 11:03
Mike Zbriger - PP - 12:35
Third period 02:54 - Brian McNary
08:47 - Chris Poli
14:16 - PP - Eric Slais
19:56 - EA - Jeff Prough
Brock McBride - GW - 04:28 First overtime period No scoring
Justin Pesony ( 29 saves / 33 shots ) Goalie stats Adam D'Alba ( 48 saves / 53 shots )
St. Lawrence won series 2–1


(6) Union vs. (11) Yale[]

March 3[10] Union 1 – 2 OT Yale Achilles Center Recap  
No Scoring First period 14:30 - PP - David Meckler
Torren Delforte - PP - 09:46 Second period No scoring
No scoring Third period No scoring
No Scoring First overtime period 09:21 - GW - Matt Cohen
Kris Mayotte ( 29 saves / 31 shots ) Goalie stats Alec Richards ( 40 saves / 41 shots )
March 4[11] Union 2 – 3 5OT Yale Achilles Center Recap  
Bryan Campbell - PP - 09:55 First period No scoring
No Scoring Second period 04:54 - Nate Jackson
Jason Visser - PP - 11:59 Third period 04:37 - Matt Cohen
No Scoring Fifth overtime period 01:35 - GW SH - David Meckler
Kris Mayotte ( 58 saves / 61 shots ) Goalie stats Alec Richards ( 57 saves / 59 shots )
Yale won series 2–0


(7) Rensselaer vs. (10) Quinnipiac[]

March 3[12] Rensselaer 1 – 2 Quinnipiac Houston Field House Recap  
No Scoring First period 03:09 - Jamie Bates
04:24 - GW PP - David Marshall
No scoring Second period No scoring
Oren Eizenman - 02:58 Third period No scoring
Mathias Lange ( 14 saves / 18 shots ) Goalie stats Bud Fisher ( 33 saves / 35 shots )
March 4[13] Rensselaer 2 – 4 Quinnipiac Houston Field House Recap  
Oren Eizenman - PP - 00:41 First period 04:50 - PP - Ben Nelson
13:55 - PP - Reid Cashman
18:05 - GW - Jamie Bates
Kevin Broad - 15:23 Second period 16:51 - John Kelly
No scoring Third period No scoring
Quinnipiac won series 2–0


(8) Clarkson vs. (9) Princeton[]

March 3[14] Clarkson 2 – 1 Princeton Cheel Arena Recap  
No Scoring First period No scoring
Mike Sullivan - 05:20 Second period 11:19 - PP - Kyle Hagel
Mike Sullivan - GW - 06:27 Third period No scoring
David Leggio ( 23 saves / 24 shots ) Goalie stats Eric Leroux ( 17 saves / 19 shots )
March 4[15] Clarkson 5 – 0 Princeton Cheel Arena Recap  
David Cayer - GW - 08:55 First period No scoring
Chris D'Alvise - PP - 07:35
Mike Sullivan - 09:25
Chris D'Alvise - 16:19
Second period No scoring
Mike Willemsen - 06:27 Third period No scoring
David Leggio ( 20 saves / 20 shots ) Goalie stats Eric Leroux ( 32 saves / 37 shots )
Clarkson won series 2–0


Quarterfinals[]

(1) Dartmouth vs. (11) Yale[]

March 10[16] Dartmouth 5 – 1 Yale Thompson Arena Recap  
Tanner Glass - 02:09
Sean Offers - GW - 05:18
First period No scoring
John Gibson - 01:59
Tanner Glass - PP - 08:09
Mike Ouellette - PP - 19:35
Second period 09:29 - David Meckler
No scoring Third period No scoring
Mike Devine ( 35 saves / 36 shots ) Goalie stats Alec Richards ( 20 saves / 25 shots ) / Josh Gartner ( 5 saves / 5 shots )
March 11[17] Dartmouth 3 – 1 Yale Thompson Arena Recap  
Mike Ouellette - PP - 13:25
Ryan Bellows - GW - 17:13
First period 09:39 - Brad Mills
No Scoring Second period No scoring
Sean Offers - 03:20 Third period No scoring
Mike Devine ( 20 saves / 21 shots ) Goalie stats Alec Richards ( 44 saves / 47 shots )
Dartmouth won series 2–0


(2) Colgate vs. (10) Quinnipiac[]

March 10[18] Colgate 0 – 3 Quinnipiac Starr Rink Recap  
No Scoring First period 05:59 - GW - Joe Dumais
No scoring Second period No scoring
No Scoring Third period 05:05 - Chris Myers
12:07 - Ben Nelson
Mark Dekanich ( 20 saves / 23 shots ) Goalie stats Bud Fisher ( 28 saves / 28 shots )
March 11[19] Colgate 5 – 3 Quinnipiac Starr Rink Recap  
Peter Bogdanich - 05:30
Tyler Buron - 11:53
Mark Anderson - PP - 14:54
First period 05:10 - PP - Brian Leitch
09:16 - PP - Jamie Bates
Marc Fulton - GW - 08:02 Second period 03:07 - PP - Reid Cashman
Jesse Winchester - 08:46 Third period No scoring
Mark Dekanich ( 30 saves / 33 shots ) Goalie stats Bud Fisher ( 24 saves / 29 shots )
March 12[20] Colgate 4 – 0 Quinnipiac Starr Rink Recap  
Jon Smyth - GW - 19:33 First period No scoring
Tyler Burton - 03:07 Second period No scoring
Peter Bogdanich - 08:28
Kyle WIlson - 16:37
Third period No scoring
Mark Dekanich ( 30 saves / 30 shots ) Goalie stats Bud Fisher ( 22 saves / 26 shots )
Colgate won series 2–1


(3) Cornell vs. (8) Clarkson[]

March 10[21] Cornell 4 – 3 2OT Clarkson Lynah Rink Recap  
Evan Barlow - 09:26 First period No scoring
Mark McCutcheon - 01:30
Dan Glover - 07:10
Second period 01:00 - Shea Guthrie
No Scoring Third period 10:34 - Nick Dodge
15:59 - Steve Zalewski
Raymond Sawada - GW - 08:30 Second overtime period No scoring
David McKee ( 27 saves / 30 shots ) Goalie stats David Leggio ( 50 saves / 54 shots )
March 11[22] Cornell 3 – 2 2OT Clarkson Lynah Rink Recap  
Byron Bitz - PP - 02:54 First period 13:29 - Chris Brekelmans
Max Kolu - 07:17 Second period 15:40 - Topher Scott
No scoring Third period No scoring
Matt Moulson - GW - 10:32 Second overtime period No scoring
David McKee ( 23 saves / 25 shots ) Goalie stats David Leggio ( 56 saves / 59 shots )
Cornell won series 2–0


(4) Harvard vs. (5) St. Lawrence[]

March 10[23] Harvard 1 – 5 St. Lawrence Bright Hockey Center Recap  
No Scoring First period 04:31 - PP - Kevin DeVergilio
14:37 - GW - Charlie Griffin
No scoring Second period No scoring
Ryan Maki - 10:37 Third period 02:34 - Kevin DeVergilio
13:28 - Kyle Rank
17:48 - EN - Drew Bagnall
John Dagineau ( 26 saves / 30 shots ) / Justin Tobe ( 2 saves / 2 shots ) Goalie stats Justin Pesony ( 31 saves / 32 shots )
March 11[24] Harvard 3 – 2 St. Lawrence Bright Hockey Center Recap  
Tom Walsh - PP - 11:00 First period No scoring
No Scoring Second period 00:51 - PP - Chase Trull
13:06 - Mike Madill
Ryan Maki - 00:59
Dave Watters - GW - 17:34
Third period No scoring
John Dagineau ( 29 saves / 31 shots ) Goalie stats Justin Pesony ( 25 saves / 28 shots )
March 12[25] Harvard 8 – 4 St. Lawrence Bright Hockey Center Recap  
Dave Watters - 00:25
Dan Murphy - 04:38
Tyler Magura - SH - 11:10
First period 09:45 - Mike Zbriger
Alex Meintel - 09:00
Steve Mandes - GW - 10:33
Dan Murphy - 18:16
Second period No scoring
Dan Murphy - PP - 00:46
Dave Watters - PP - 03:24
Third period 06:28 - T.J. Trevelyan
14:49 - Simon Watson
John Dagineau ( 32 saves / 36 shots ) / Mike Coskren ( 1 saves / 1 shots ) Goalie stats Justin Pesony ( 27 saves / 34 shots ) / Ryan Thorpe ( 0 saves / 0 shots ) / John Hallas ( 4 saves / 5 shots )
Harvard won series 2–1


Semifinals[]

(1) Dartmouth vs. (4) Harvard[]

March 17[26] Dartmouth 1 – 10 Harvard Pepsi Arena Recap  
No Scoring First period 09:01 - Tom Walsh
13:35 - Dylan Reese
No Scoring Second period 01:17 - Tyler Magura
04:17 - PP - Paul Dufault
05:16 - SH - Steve Mandes
19:52 - Kevin Du
Nick Johnson - 05:41 Third period 03:06 - PP - Joe Pelle
05:58 - Paul Dufault
05:58 - Steve Mandes
18:17 - Ryan Maki
Mike Devine ( 17 saves / 23 shots ) / Dan Goulding ( 8 saves / 12 shots ) Goalie stats John Dagineau ( 34 saves / 35 shots ) / Justin Tobe ( 10 saves / 10 shots )


(2) Colgate vs. (3) Cornell[]

March 17[27] Colgate 0 – 2 Cornell Pepsi Arena Recap  
No Scoring First period No scoring
No Scoring Second period 06:59 - GW PP - Byron Bitz
No Scoring Third period 19:48 - EN SH - Daniel Pegoraro
Mark Dekanich ( 29 saves / 30 shots ) Goalie stats David McKee ( 20 saves / 20 shots )


Third place[]

(1) Dartmouth vs. (2) Colgate[]

March 18[28] Dartmouth 3 – 2 Colgate Pepsi Arena Recap  
Rob Pritchard - 03:39
Tanner Glass - PP - 10:08
First period No scoring
David Jones - GW - 16:01 Second period 12:22 - Marc Fulton
No Scoring Third period 15:40 - Marc Fulton
Mike Devine ( 21 saves / 23 shots ) Goalie stats Mark Dekanich ( 39 saves / 42 shots )


Championship[]

(3) Cornell vs. (4) Harvard[]

March 18[29] Cornell 2 – 6 Harvard Pepsi Arena Recap  
No Scoring First period 04:30 - PP - Jimmy Fraser
13:33 - PP - Dylan Reese
19:36 - GW PP - Dan Murphy
Michael Kennedy - 14:10
Ryan O'Byrne - 18:36
Second period 19:03 - PP - Jimmy Fraser
No Scoring Third period 06:09 - PP - Dan Murphy
10:12 - PP - Kevin Du
David McKee ( 19 saves / 25 shots ) / Louis Chabot ( 4 saves / 4 shots ) Goalie stats John Dagineau ( 19 saves / 21 shots )


Tournament awards[]

All-Tournament Team[30][]

* Most Outstanding Player(s)

References[]

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