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This is the 2013-14 Hockey East Women's ice hocey season.

StandingsEdit

Seed  Team                    GP W  L  T  PTS GF GA

  1. Boston College    21 18  2  1  37   81  35
  2. Boston University 21 14  7  0  28   72  54
  3. Northeastern         21 13 6  2   28   66  45
  4. Vermont                  21 13 7  1   27   55  44
  5. Maine                      21  5 13 3   13   43  75
  6. Connecticut           21  6 14 1   13   37  64
  7. Providence            21  6 15 0   12   49  64
  8. New Hampshire  21  4 15 2   10   45  67

tie breakers:

  • Boston University finishes ahead of Northeastern by virtue of winning the season series 2-1-0 (tie breaker 1)
  • Maine finishes ahead of Connecticut by virtue of winning the season series 2-0-1 (tie breaker 1

Post Season TournamentEdit

All eight teams qualifiy for a single elimination tournament.  The quarterfinal round was held at campus sites.  The semifinal and final rounds were held at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center's Joseph P Kennedy Rink in Hyannis, Massachusetts.

QuarterfinalsEdit

The games were held on February 28th and March 1st

  1. 1 Boston College defeated #8 New Hampshire, 8 to 1
  2. 2 Boston University defeated #7 Providence, 3 to 2
  3. 3 Northeastern defeated Connecticut, 2 to 1
  4. 4 Vermont defeated #5 Maine, 3 to 2 in triple overtime

SemifinalsEdit

The games were held March 8th  at the HYCC

  1. 1 Boston College defeated #5 Vermont 3 to 1
  2. 2 Boston University defeate #3 Northeastern  3 to 2

FinalEdit

March 9th at the HYCC

  1. 2 Boston University defeated #1 Boston College 3 to 2

The winning team is presented with the Bertagna Trophy and earned the conference's automatic bid in the 2014 NCAA Division I Women's Tournament.

NCAA TournamentEdit

  • Boston College
lost to eventual national champion Clarkson, 3 to 1, in the first round
  • Boston University
lost to eventual national runner-up Minnesota, 5 to 1, in the first round

League AwardsEdit

All-Conference TeamsEdit

First TeamEdit

Second TeamEdit

All-Rookie TeamEdit

All-AmericansEdit

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