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The 2005 ECACHL Tournament took place between March 4, 2005 and March 19, 2005 for the Men's Division I league and between March 4, 2005 and March 13, 2005 for the Women's Division I league.

Men's Tournament Edit

The regular season champions were the Cornell Big Red. Along with Harvard, Colgate, and Vermont, Cornell recieved a first round bye.

The seeds for the men's tournament were:

First RoundEdit

The first round was played during March 4-6 at the site of the higher seed. The teams played a best of 3 series.

Thompson Arena - Hanover, NH Game 1 Game 2 (ot) Game 3
#5 Dartmouth 745
#12 Yale 251


Meehan Auditorium - Providence, RI Game 1 Game 2 (ot)
#6 Brown 74
#11 Rensselaer 43


Appleton Arena - Canton, NY Game 1 Game 2
#7 St.Lawrence 74
#10 Princeton 02


Achilles Center - Schenectady, NY Game 1 (ot) Game 2 (ot) Game 3 (ot)
#8 Union 023
#9 Clarkson 114

QuarterfinalsEdit

The quarterfinals was played March 11-13 at the site of the higher seed.

Lynah Rink - Ithaca, NY Game 1 Game 2 (ot)
#1 Cornell 53
#9 Clarkson 02


Bright Hockey Center - Boston, MA Game 1 Game 2
#2 Harvard 23
#7 St. Lawrence 02


Starr Rink - Hamilton, NY Game 1 Game 2
#3 Colgate 43
#6 Brown 10


Gutterson Fieldhouse - Burlington, VT Game 1 Game 2 (ot) Game 3
#4 Vermont 232
#5 Dartmouth 321

ECAC Final FourEdit

The ECAC Championships took place March 18 and 19 at Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York. Among the four quarterfinal winners, the highest seed faced the lowest seed in the first game, and the other two teams will faced off in the second game, both on March 18th.

Semifinal #1 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#1 Cornell 1113
#4 Vermont 0000


Semifinal #2 1st 2nd 3rd OT 2OT Final
#2 Harvard 012014
#3 Colgate 003003

The semifinal losers, Colgate and Vermont, met in the Third Place game on March 19th.


ECAC Third Place Game 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#3 Colgate 2002
#4 Vermont 0101

For the third time in four years, Harvard and Cornell met in the ECAC Championship game. 8,637 viewed a dominating defensive performance by the Big Red as Cornell won their eleventh ECAC title, their second in three years. Cornell defenseman Charlie Cook, who scored two power-play goals in the championship, was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Cornell was awarded the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.


ECAC Championship Game 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#1 Cornell 0213
#2 Harvard 1001

Cornell, Harvard, and Colgate advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

Women's Tournament Edit

The regular season champions were the Harvard Crimson.

The seeds for the women's tournament were:

  • 1. Harvard
  • 2. Dartmouth
  • 3. St. Lawrence
  • 4. Yale
  • 5. Princeton
  • 6. Brown
  • 7. Colgate
  • 8. Clarkson

Cornell, Vermont, and Union did not qualify for the ECAC Tournament.

QuarterfinalsEdit

The quarterfinal round was played during March 4-6 at the site of the higher seed. The teams played a best of 3 series.


Bright Hockey Center - Boston, MA Game 1 Game 2
#1 Harvard 53
#8 Clarkson 01


Thompson Arena - Hanover, NH Game 1 Game 2
#2 Dartmouth 43
#7 Colgate 02


Appleton Arena - Canton, NY Game 1 Game 2 Game 3
#3 St. Lawrence 035
#6 Brown 302


Ingalls Rink - New Haven, CT Game 1 (ot) Game 2
#4 Yale 44
#5 Princeton 32

ECAC Final FourEdit

The semifinal round was held at Achilles Center on the campus of Union College in Schenectady, NY on March 12. The semifinal winners faced each other in the championship game on March 13.


Semifinal #1 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
#1 Harvard 00112
#4 Yale 00101


Semifinal #2 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#2 Dartmouth 0044
#3 St. Lawrence 0112


ECAC Championship 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#1 Harvard 1304
#2 Dartmouth 0101


Harvard, Dartmouth, and St. Lawrence advanced to represent the ECAC in the NCAA Tournament.

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