2014 NCAA Division I Men's
Ice Hockey Tournament
Season 2013–14
Teams 16
Finals Site Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournaments
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The 2014 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament was the national championship tournament for men's college ice hockey in the United States in 2014. The tournament involved 16 teams in single-elimination play to determine the national champion at the Division I level of the NCAA, the highest level of competition in college hockey. The tournament's Frozen Four – the semifinals and finals – were hosted by ECAC Hockey at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[1]

Automatic Bids[edit | edit source]

At Large Bids[edit | edit source]

Tournament procedure[edit | edit source]

The tournament consisted of four groups of four teams in regional brackets. The winner of each regional advanced to the Frozen Four:

Regional Semifiinals[edit | edit source]

East Regional Semifinals (March 28th)[edit | edit source]

Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, Connecticut (co-hosted by Fairfield University and Yale University)

(#1) Union vs (#4) Vermont

  • Union defeated Vermont 5 to 2

(#2) Quinnipiac vs (#3) Providence

  • Providence defeated Quinnipiac 4 to 0

Northeast Regional Semifinals (March 29th)[edit | edit source]

DCU Center, Worcester, Massachusetts (hosted by College of the Holy Cross)

(#1) Boston College vs(#4) Denver

  • Boston College defeated Denver, 6 to 2

(#2) UMass-Lowell vs (#3) Minnesota State

  • UMass-Lowell defeated Minnesota State, 2 to 1

Midwest Regional Semifinals (March 29th)[edit | edit source]

US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio (hosted by Miami University)

(#1) Wisconsin vs (#4) North Dakota

  • North Dakota defeated Wisconsin 5 to 2

(#2) Ferris State vs (#3) Colgate

  • Ferris State defeated Colgate 1 to 0

West Regional Semifinals (March 29th)[edit | edit source]

Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota (hosted by University of Minnesota)

(#1) Minnesota vs (#4) Robert Morris

  • Minnesota defeated Robert Morris, 7 to 3

(#2) Notre Dame vs (#3) St Cloud State

  • St Clouid State defeated Notre Dame, 4 to 3 in overtime

Regional Finals[edit | edit source]

East Regional Final (March 29)[edit | edit source]

(#1) Union vs (#3) Providence

  • Union defeated Providence,  3 to 1

Northeast Regional Final (March 30)[edit | edit source]

(#1) Boston College vs (#2) UMass-Lowell

  • Boston College defeated UMass-Lowell, 4 to 3

Midwest Regional Final (March 29)[edit | edit source]

(#2) Ferris State vs (#4) North Dakota

  • North Dakota defeated Ferris State, 2 to 1 in double overtime

West Regional Final (March 30)[edit | edit source]

(#1) Minnesota vs (#3) St Clouis State

  • Minnesota defeated St Cloud State,  4 to 0

Frozen Four (April 10 and 12)[edit | edit source]

Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Hosted by ECAC Hockey)[edit | edit source]

National Semifinals (April 10)[edit | edit source]

Union vs Boston College

  • Union defeated Boston College, 5 to 4

Minnesota vs North Dakota

  • Minnesota defeated North Dakota, 2 to 1

National Championship Game (April 12)[edit | edit source]

  • Union vs Minnesota
Union defeated Minnesota 7 to 4, to win their first National Championship

References[edit | edit source]

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