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The participants were:
- 1. New Hampshire Wildcats
- 2. Boston University Terriers
- 3. Harvard Crimson
- 4. St. Cloud State Huskies
New Hampshire was the Hockey East champion. Boston University, Harvard, and St. Cloud State all recieved at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament.
First Round Edit
The first round games were played on March 28th.
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New Hampshire and Boston University, having squared off in the Hockey East championship game only a week prior, met on March 29th to determine the first Northeast Regional champion. New Hampshire goaltender Michael Ayers shut out the Terriers for the second straight time as the Wildcats advanced to the 2003 Frozen Four in Buffalo, New York, 3-0.
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All-Regional Team Edit
- G Michael Ayers, New Hampshire
- D Garrett Stafford, New Hampshire
- D Bryan Miller, Boston University
- F Colin Hemingway, New Hampshire
- F Preston Callander, New Hampshire
- F Dominic Moore, Harvard
Most Outstanding Player: G Michael Ayers, New Hampshire