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This is the 2014-15 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men's hockey season.

For the 2014-15 the league modified the three point system for league standings that were adopted for the 2013-14 season. Starting with the 2014-15 season, three points were awarded for a regulation or overtime win; two for a shootout win; one for an shootout loss, none for a regulation or overtime loss.  Under the NCAA guidelines games decided in overtime or shootout are considered ties and are counted as ties in the conferecence standings.

Membership ChangesEdit

  • none

StandingsEdit

League points were awarded as listed above. For simplicity purposes the statistics considered as official by the NCAA are listed below.  For conference standings with a breakdown of regulation/shootout wins see: MIAC website.

Conference Standings Overall Record
Team

GP W L T GF GA P GP W L T GF GA
St. Thomas Tommies 16 10 3 3 53 29 34 26 16 6 4 77 45
St. Mary's Cardinals 16 9 2 2 56 44 31 27 15 10 2 97 78
Concordia Cobbers 16 8 3 3 48 37 28 26 13 9 4 81 65
Augsburg Auggies 16 9 0 0 53 53 27 26 12 14 0 78 84
Hamline Pipers 16 7 3 3 48 48 25 29 14 11 4 89 91
Gustavus Adolphus Golden Gusties 16 5 6 6 36 39 24 25 8 9 8 59 63
St. John's Johnnies 16 7 2 2 45 42 24 25 11 9 5 67 58
St. Olaf Oles 16 4 2 2 32 48 16 25 6 16 3 49 75
Bethel Royals 16 2 1 1 34 65 7 25 4 19 2 61 107

Conference TournamentEdit

Play-In GameEdit

  • Hamline defeated Augsburgh 4-3

SemifinalsEdit

  • Hamline defeated St. Thomas 6-3
  • St. Mary's defeated Concordia 4-3

FinalEdit

  • Hamline defeated St. Mary's 4-2

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