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The 2001 CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was the 30th CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. It was played between March 8 and March 17, 2001. First round and play-in games were played at campus sites, while all 'final four' games were played at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. By winning the tournament, Michigan State won the inaugural Mason Cup (named after head coach Ron Mason) and received the Central Collegiate Hockey Association's automatic bid to the 2001 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

FormatEdit

The tournament featured four rounds of play. The two teams that finish below tenth place in the standings were not eligible for postseason play. In the First Round, the first and tenth seeds, the second and ninth seeds, the third and eighth seeds, the fourth and seventh seeds and the fifth and sixth seeds played a best-of-three series, with the top three ranked winners advancing to the semifinals and two lower-seeded teams playing in a single play-in game to determine the final qualifier. In the semifinals, the remaining highest and lowest seeds and second highest and second lowest seeds play a single-game, with the winners advancing to the finals. The tournament champion receives an automatic bid to the 2001 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament.

Conference StandingsEdit

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

Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#3 Michigan State†* 28 21 4 3 45 86 37 42 33 5 4 134 57
Miami (OH) 28 17 10 1 35 95 71 38 20 16 2 120 108
#4 Michigan 28 16 9 3 35 102 60 45 27 13 5 167 110
#13 Nebraska-Omaha 28 15 10 3 33 86 80 42 24 15 3 127 107
Northern Michigan 28 12 10 6 30 76 71 38 18 13 7 121 102
Western Michigan 28 12 10 6 30 97 96 39 20 13 6 149 129
Ohio State 28 13 13 2 28 81 89 37 17 18 2 118 117
Ferris State 28 9 15 4 22 64 81 38 13 20 5 91 112
Bowling Green 28 8 15 5 21 72 82 40 16 19 5 109 110
Alaska-Fairbanks 28 7 14 7 21 67 91 36 9 19 8 90 112
Notre Dame 28 7 15 6 20 72 98 39 10 22 7 104 150
Lake Superior State 28 8 20 0 16 53 95 36 13 23 0 79 119
Championship: Michigan State
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Poll Top 15 Poll

BracketEdit

  First Round[2]
March 8–11
Play-In
March 13
Semifinals[3]
March 16
Championship
March 17
                                         
  1  Michigan State 5 3*   1  Michigan State 2  
10  Alaska-Fairbanks 2 2 5  Northern Michigan 1     9  Bowling Green 1  
  9  Bowling Green 2*  
  2  Miami 3 3
9  Bowling Green 4 4*
  3  Michigan 8 3     1  Michigan State 2
8  Ferris State 3 0     3  Michigan 0
  4  Nebraska-Omaha 4 2 4**
7  Ohio State 5* 1 3
  5  Northern Michigan 3* 7 5* 3  Michigan 3
6  Western Michigan 2 9 4 4  Nebraska-Omaha 2


Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

First RoundEdit

(1) Michigan State vs. (10) Alaska-FairbanksEdit

Michigan State won series 2–0


(2) Miami vs. (9) Bowling GreenEdit

Bowling Green won series 2–0


(3) Michigan vs. (8) Ferris StateEdit

Michigan won series 2–0


(4) Nebraska-Omaha vs. (7) Ohio StateEdit

Nebraska-Omaha won series 2–1


(5) Northern Michigan vs. (6) Western MichiganEdit

Northern Michigan won series 2–1


Play-InEdit

(5) Northern Michigan vs. (9) Bowling GreenEdit


SemifinalsEdit

(1) Michigan State vs. (5) Northern MichiganEdit


(3) Michigan vs. (4) Nebraska-OmahaEdit


ChampionshipEdit

(1) Michigan State vs. (3) MichiganEdit


Tournament awardsEdit

All-Tournament Team</small>[20]Edit

* Most Valuable Player(s)[21]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Michigan State Men's Team History". Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  2. "CCHA men's 2000-01 Results Week 24". Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  3. "CCHA men's 2000-01 Results Week 25". Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  4. "Michigan State 5, Alaska-Fairbanks 2", USCHO.com, 2001-03-09. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  5. "Michigan State 3, Alaska-Fairbanks 2", USCHO.com, 2001-03-10. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  6. "Bowling Green 4, Miami 3", USCHO.com, 2001-03-08. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  7. "Bowling Green 4, Miami 3", USCHO.com, 2001-03-09. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  8. "Michigan 8, Ferris State 3", USCHO.com, 2001-03-09. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  9. "Michigan 3, Ferris State 0", USCHO.com, 2001-03-10. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  10. "Ohio State 5, Nebraska-Omaha 4", USCHO.com, 2001-03-09. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  11. "Nebraska-Omaha 2, Ohio State 1", USCHO.com, 2001-03-10. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  12. "Nebraska-Omaha 4, Ohio State 3", USCHO.com, 2001-03-11. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  13. "Northern Michigan 3, Western Michigan 2", USCHO.com, 2001-03-09. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  14. "Western Michigan 9, Northern Michigan 7", USCHO.com, 2001-03-10. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  15. "Northern Michigan 5, Western Michigan 4", USCHO.com, 2001-03-11. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  16. "Bowling Green 2, Northern Michigan 1", USCHO.com, 2001-03-13. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  17. "Michigan State 2, Northern Michigan 1", USCHO.com, 2001-03-16. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  18. "Michigan 3, Nebraska-Omaha 2", USCHO.com, 2001-03-16. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  19. "Michigan State 2, Michigan 0", USCHO.com, 2001-03-17. Retrieved on 2013-05-31. 
  20. "2012-13 CCHA Media Guide", ISSUU.com. Retrieved on 2014-04-23. 
  21. "CCHA Awards", College Hockey Historical Archive. Retrieved on 2014-04-23. 

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