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This is the 1984-85 Hockey East Season. This was the league's inaugural season.  All members with the exception of Lowell were previously members of the ECAC's Eastern Division.  Lowell was in the process of elevating its program from Division II.

StandingsEdit

Team                       GP  W  L T  P  GF  GA
Boston College Eagles      34 24  9 1 49 182 125
Boston University Terriers 34 19 11 4 42 139 132
Providence Friars          34 15 14 5 35 119 127
New Hampshire Wildcats     34 12 21 1 25 139 152 
Lowell Chiefs              34 11 21 2 24 129 169
Northeastern Huskies       34 11 22 1 23 120 155
Maine Black Bears          34  8 26 0 16 105 185

Leading ScorersEdit

player  (school)   points

Leading GoaltendersEdit

Goals Against AverageEdit

Save PercentageEdit

PlayoffsEdit

Tournament formatEdit

All seven teams qualified for the tournament. The quarterfinal round  was two games with mini game tie breaker. Games were played at higher seed. The top seed received a bye to the semifinal round. The remainder of the tournament was single elimination knockout with all games held at the Providence Civic Center, now the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.  The tournament winning team received the conference's automatic bid to the 1985 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

QuarterfinalsEdit

(two games with mini game tie breaker) games at higher seed

  1. 5 Lowell defeated #4 New Hampshire (7-6, 4-8, 1-0)
  2. 2 Boston University defeated #7 Maine (7-4, 4-2)
  3. 3 Providence defeated #6 Northeastern (3-2, 3-0)

SemifinalsEdit

held at Providence Civic Center

  1. 3 Providence defeated #2 Boston University 5 to 2
  2. 1 Boston College defeated #5 Lowell 6 to 5

Consolation gameEdit

held at Providence Civic Center

  • Boston University defeated Lowell 6 to 4

ChampionshipEdit

held at Providence Civic Center

  • Providence defeated Boston College 2 to 1 in double overtime

Tournament MVPEdit

All-Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA Tournament TeamsEdit

  • Boston College
  1. defeated University of Minnesota in 2 game total goal series 9 to 8 (5-7, 4-1) in National Quarterfinals
  2. lost to Providence College; 4 to 3 in triple overtime in the National semifinals
  3. lost to Minnesota-Duluth; 7 to 6 in overtime in 3rd place game
  • Providence College
  1. defeated Michigan State in 2 game total goals series; 6 to 5 (2-3, 4-2) in National Quarterfinals
  2. defeated Boston College; 4 to 3 in triple overtime in the National Semifinals
  3. lost to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 2 to 1 in National Championship game

Chris Terreri of Providence College was named the Most Outstanding player of the tournament and to the All-Tournament team as the goalie

AwardsEdit

Player of the Year: Chris Terreri, Goalie, Providence College

Coach of the Year: Len Ceglarski, Boston College

Rookie of the Year: Ken Hodge, Jr., Boston College

Conference All-StarsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

All-Rookie TeamEdit


source: http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/pdf/men/snapshots/84_85.pdf

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