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This is the 2004-05 Central Collegiate Hockey Association season.  This was the league's thirty-fourth season.

Membership changesEdit

  • none

StandingsEdit

Team                       GP  W  L T  P  GF  GA
Michigan Wolverines        28 23  3 2 48 128  70 
Ohio State Buckeyes        28 21  5 2 44 100  62
Northern Michigan Wildcats 28 17  7 4 38  82  57
Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks   28 13 11 4 30 101  84
Bowling Green Falcons      28 13 12 3 29  92  87
Michigan State Spartans    28 12 13 3 27  87  74
Miami RedHawks             28 11 13 4 26  80  76
Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks   28 11 14 3 25  74  99
Lake Superior Lakers       28  8 14 6 22  64  84
Western Michigan Broncos   28  8 18 2 18  78 112
Ferris State Bulldogs      28  7 17 4 18  73  97
Notre Dame Fighting Irish  28  3 20 5 11  48 105

Conference TournamentEdit

First Round (best of three)Edit

  • Michigan defeated Notre Dame two games to none (10-1, 1-0 (ot))
  • Ohio State defeated Ferris State two games to one (4-2, 0-1 (ot), 5-4 (ot)
  • Michigan State defeated Western Michigan two games to one (1-2, 4-2, 4-1)
  • Nebraska-Omaha defeated Lake Superior two games to none (4-3, 4-3 (ot))
  • Alaska-Fairbanks defeated Bowling Green two games to none (6-3, 6-3)
  • Michigan State defeated Miami two games to none (2-1, 5-4 (ot))

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Alaska-Fairbanks defeated Northern Michigan 6 to 3
  • Michigan State defeated Nebraska-Omaha 5 to 0

SemifinalsEdit

  • Michigan defeated Alaska-Fairbanks 3 to 1
  • Ohio State defeated Michigan State 4 to 1

FinalEdit

  • Michigan defeated Ohio State 4 to 2

Third PlaceEdit

  • Alaska-Fairbanks defeated Michigan State 3 to 2

NCAA TournamentEdit

Michigan

  • defeated Wisconsin 4 to 1 in the Midwest Regional Semifinals
  • lost to Colorado College 4 to 3 in Midwest Regional Final

Ohio State

  • lost to Cornell 3 to 2 in the West Regional Semifinals

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