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This is the 2013-14 Hockey East season.  This is the league'
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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish joined from the Central Collegiate Hockey Association, which disbanded after the 2012-13 season.  This will be the only season where the conference has eleven teams as the Connecticut Huskies men's ice hockey team will join the conference for the 2014-15 Hockey East season from Atlantic Hockey.

The regular season highlight was two doubleheaders held at Fenway Park in Boston as part of Frozen Fenway 2014 Merrimack played Providence College and Notre Dame played Boston College on January 4, 2014 and on January 11h UMass Lowell played Northeastern and Maine played Boston University.

Boston College Won the league's regular season title, but was upset by 8th seeded Notre Dame in the quarterfinals in the only upset of the tournamet.  This season marks the first Hockey East tournament since 1988 to have neither Boston College or Boston University in the semifinals and the first tournament to have none of the Boston based teams in the semifinals.  The UMass-Lowell River Hawks won the tournament final over New Hampshire 4 to 0 on March 21st.

StandingsEdit

seed   Team                               GP   W  L   T  PTS GF GA

1 Boston College                        20   16   2    2  34  75  40

2 UMass-Lowell                          20    11   6    3  25  54  43

3 Providence College                 20    11   7    2  24  50  49    

4 University of New Hampshire   20    11   9    0   22  64  51

5 Northeastern University           20    10   8    2   22  52  51

6 University of Maine                  20     9    8    3   21  59  48

7 University of Vermont              20    10   10   0  20  49  49

8 University of Notre Dame        20      9     9   2   20 43   40

9 Boston University                    20      5    12  3   13  43  66

10 UMass-Amherst                    20      4    13  3    11  42  61

11 Merrimack College                20     3    15   2     8  32   66

tiebreakers:

New Hampshire finishes ahead of Northeastern based on head to head record (first tie breaker).

Vermont finishes ahead of Notre Dame based on conference wins (second tiebreaker, season series was tied 1-1-0).

Leading Scorers (overall games)Edit

Player                      (School)                    G-A-PTS

  • Johnny Gaudreau  (Boston College)        30-34-64
  • Kevin Hayes           (Boston College)        22-29-51
  • Kevin Goumas      (New Hampshire)         14-31-45
  • Bill Arnold              (Boston College)         12-32-44

Leading Goaltenders (overall games)Edit

Goals against averageEdit

Save percentageEdit

PlayoffsEdit

All teams qualify for the playoffs.  The top five seeds earn a bye to the quarterfinal round.

First RoundEdit

(Single game, played at higher seed March 6-7, 2014)

  1. 9 Boston University 2 @ #8 Notre Dame 3
  2. 10 UMass-Amherst 1 @ #7 Vermont 7
  3. 11 Merrimack 0 @ #6 Maine 2

QuarterfinalsEdit

(Best of Three, played at higher seed, March 14-16, 2014)

  1. 8 Notre Dame at  #1 Boston College (Notre Dame wins series 2 games to 1 (7-2, 2-4, 4-2)
  2. 7 Vermont at #2 UMass-Lowell (UMass-Lowell wins series 2 games to 1 (3-2, 4-5 (ot), 2-1)
  3. 6 Maine @ #3 Providence (Providence wins series 2 games to none (3-1, 4-2))===
    2014 hockey east tournament winners

    2014 Hockey East Tournament champions: UMass Lowell River Hawks

    ===
  4. 5 Northeastern @ #4 New Hampshire (New Hampshire wins series 2 games to 1 (1-0, 4-5 (ot), 5-4)

SemifinalsEdit

(Single game, played at TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, March 21, 2014 5PM and 8PM)

  • UMass Lowell defeated Notre Dame 4 to 0
  • New Hampshire defeats Providence  3 to 1

FinalEdit

(Single game, played at TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, March 22, 2014 7PM)

  • UMass Lowell defeated New Hampshire 4 to 0

Tournament champion, UMass-Lowell River Hawks gets the conference's automatic bid to 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament and was awarded the Lamoriello Trophy.

Most Valuable PlayerEdit

Connor Hellebuyck was awarded the William Flynn Tournament Most Valuable Player Award

All-Tournament TeamEdit

NCAA Tournament TeamsEdit

Conference All-StarsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

All-Rookie TeamEdit

source: Hockey East Press Release

League AwardsEdit

Retired Boston University coach, Jack Parker was awarded the Hockey East Founders Medal for his service to the league


source:http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/pres1314/201402/mar1wpp.pdf

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