This is the 2013-14 National Collegiate Hockey Conference season.  This is the league's first season.

Standings[edit | edit source]

Team                              GP    W   L  T SOW PTS  GF  GA

1. St. Cloud State           24   15    6   3    0    48    87   64

2. North Dakota              24   15    9   0    0    45    76   63

3. Nebraska-Omaha       24   13    9   2    1    42    82   69

4. Minnesota-Duluth       24   11   11  2    2    37    69   70

5. Western Michigan      24    11  11  2     2    37   66    69

6. Denver                       24    10  11  3    2    37   60    58

7. Colorado College       24     6   13  5    1   24    52    75

8. Miami University         24     6   17  1    1   20    56    80

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League Leaders[edit | edit source]

Points:  Austin Czarnik. Miami University and Josh Archibald, Nebraska-Omaha    43

Goals:  Josh Archibald, Nebraska-Omaha,   29

Assists:  Austin Czarnik. Miami University,  32

Wins:  Ryan Faragher, St. Cloud State, 19

Save %:  Sam Brittain, Denver, .933

GAA:  Zane GothbergNorth Dakota,  2.02

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Quarterfinals[edit | edit source]

games held at higher seeds rink, March 13-16

  1. 1 St. Cloud State vs. #8 Miami  (Miami wins series 2 games to none (5-4, 4-3))
  2. 2 North Dakota vs. #7 Colorado College (North Dakota win series 2 games to 1 (3-2, 2-3 (OT), 4-3))
  3. 3 Nebraska-Omaha vs #6 Denver (Denver wins series 2 games to 1 (3-4, 5-1, 2-0))
  4. 4 Minnesota-Duluth vs #5 Western Michigan  (Western Michigan win series  games to none (3-2, 4-3))

Semifinals[edit | edit source]

games held at Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 21

  1. Miami defeated North Dakota 3-0
  2. Denver defeated Western Michigan 3 to 0

Third place game[edit | edit source]

game held at Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 22

  • North Dakota defeated Western Michigan,  5-0

NCHC Frozen Faceoff Championship[edit | edit source]

game held at Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 22

  • Denver defeated  Miami, 4-3

The Denver Pioneers received the conference's automatic bid to 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament


source: league website

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