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The 2002 ECAC Tournament took place between March 8, 2002 and March 16, 2002 for the Men's Division I league and between March X, 2002 and March XX, 2002 for the Women's Division I league.


Men's Tournament Edit

The regular season champions were the Cornell Big Red.

The seeds for the men's tournament were:

Union and Vermont did not qualify for the tournament.

First RoundEdit

The first round was played during March 8-9 at the site of the higher seed. The teams played a best of 3 series.

Lynah Rink - Ithaca, NY Game 1 Game 2
#1 Cornell 24
#10 Yale 12
Cheel Arena - Potsdam, NY Game 1 Game 2
#2 Clarkson 36
#9 St. Lawrence 11
Bright Hockey Center - Boston, MA Game 1 Game 2 (ot)
#3 Harvard 42
#8 Brown 11
Thompson Arena - Hanover, NH Game 1 (ot) Game 2
#4 Dartmouth 54
#7 Colgate 41
Houston Field House - Troy, NY Game 1 Game 2
#5 Rensselaer 56
#6 Princeton 30

ECAC Final FiveEdit

The ECAC Championships took place March 14-16 at 1980 Olympic Arena in Lake Placid, New York. The games were single-elimination.

On March 14th, the two lowest seeds, Dartmouth and Rensselaer, competed in the Play-in game.

Play-in Game 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#4 Dartmouth 0011
#5 Rensselaer 0022

On March 15th, the remaining four teams took part in the semifinal round.

Semifinal #1 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
#2 Clarkson 01102
#3 Harvard 10113
Semifinal #2 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#1 Cornell 1113
#5 Rensselaer 0000

The semifinal losers, Clarkson and Rensselaer, played in the consolation game on March 16th.

ECAC Third Place Game 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#2 Clarkson 2103
#5 Rensselaer 1034

Long time rivals Cornell and Harvard met in the ECAC Championship game. 6,518 watched the longest ECAC Championship Game in history. Tyler Kolarik broke the deadlock 16:26 into the second overtime period. He was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Harvard was awarded the ECAC's automatic bid.

ECAC Championship Game 1st 2nd 3rd OT 2OT Final
#1 Cornell 120003
#3 Harvard 120014

Both Harvard and Cornell would represent the ECAC in the NCAA Tournament.

Women's Tournament Edit

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