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This is the 2014-15 National Collegiate Hockey Conference season.  This is the league's second season.

Membership changesEdit

  • none

StandingsEdit

Team             GP  W  L T SW GF GA  P overall GP  W  L T  GF  GA
North Dakota     24 16  6 2  0 72 55 50         35 25  7 3 117  76
Miami(Ohio)      24 13  9 1  1 73 60 44         34 21 12 1 102  78
Nebraska-Omaha   24  9  8 4  3 67 56 43         34 18 10 6  94  80
Denver           24 12 10 1  1 79 68 41         34 20 12 2 109  83
Minnesota-Duluth 24 12  9 3  0 68 59 39         36 20 13 3 106  85
St. Cloud State  24 11 12 1  0 69 56 34         34 16 17 1  95  85
Western Micigan  24  2 13 5  4 51 73 27         34 13 16 5  88  93
Colorado College 24  1 19 3  1 43 95 10         33  6 24 3  78 128

note:
regulation or overtime win is worth 3 points
shootout win is worth 2 points
shootout loss is worth 1 point (recorded as a tie)

NCHC Frozen FaceoffEdit

The league's  post season tournament is called  2015 NCHC Frozen Faceoff.  All eight members participate in the tournament  wiith the first round being a best-of-three held on campus sites (at the higher seed) involving teams paired off  as 1 vs 8, 2 vs 7, 3 vs 6, 4 vs 5. The semifinals and final were held  at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 20 and 21, 2015.  There is also a consolation game involving the semifinal losing teams.   The tournament winner receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey tournament.

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • North Dakota defeated Colorado College 2 games to none (5-1, 3-2)
  • Miami defeated Western Michigan 2 games to 1 (5-3, 5-7, 4-0)
  • St. Cloud State defeated Omaha 2 games to none (2-1 (2ot), 3-1)
  • Denver defeated Minnesota Duluth 2 games to none (4-3, 4-0)

SemifinalsEdit

  • St. Cloud State defeated North Dakota 3-1
  • Miami defeated Denver 6-3

ConsolationEdit

  • Denver defeated North Dakota 5-1

FinalEdit

  • Miami defeated St. Cloud State 3-0

The Miami RedHawks receives the conference's automatic bid to the 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

Miami FF splash page

 NCAATournamentEdit

Denver

Miami

Minnesota-Duluth

Nebraska-Omaha

North Dakota

St. Cloud State

Team PhotosEdit

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