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2014-15 WCHA Women's Ice Hockey Season

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This is the 2014-15 Western Collegiate Hockey Association women's ice hockey season.  This was the conference's 16th season.

Membership changesEdit

  • none

StandingsEdit

Team             GP  W  L T SW  GF  GA  P overall  W  L T  GF  GA
Minnnesota       28 22  2 4  2 116  36 72         32  3 4 177  46
Wisconsin        28 19  6 3  1  89  36 61         29  6 4 137  42
North Dakota     28 16  9 3  2  67  43 53         22 12 3  97  59
Minnesota Duluth 28 14 10 4  2  68  56 48         20 12 5  98  70
Bemidji State    28 13 14 1  1  58  57 41         21 17 1  86  70
Ohio State       28 12 13 3  1  60  61 40         17 16 3  82  76
St. Cloud State  28  5 22 1  1  28  98 17          8 28 1  45 127
Minnesota State  28  1 26 1  0  30 129  4          3 32 1  42 160

Three points are awarded for a regulation or overtime win
one point for an overtime tie
one extra point awarded for a shootout win (counted as a tie as well)

Conference TournamentEdit

FormatEdit

All teams qualify with the quarterfinal round being best-of-three at the home rink of the higher seed.  The semifinal and final round were single elimination at the Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, North Dakota May 7-8, 2015.

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Minnesota defeated Minnesota State 2 games to none (10-0, 5-1)
  • Wisconsin defeated St. Cloud State 2 games to none (5-1, 4-1)
  • North Dakota defeated Ohio State 2 games to none ( 5-2, 2-1 (3ot))
  • Bemidji State defeated Minnesota Duluth 2 games to 1 (3-2, 0-2, 2-1 (ot)

SemifinalsEdit

  • Bemidji State defeated Minnesota 1-0
  • Wisconsin defeated North Dakota 4-1

FinalEdit

  • Wisconsin defeated Bemidji State 4-0

Wisconsin earns the conference's automatic bid to the 2015 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.

NCAA TournamentEdit

Minnesota

  • defeated RIT 6-2 in the national quarterfinals
  • defeated Wisconsin 3-1 in the national semifinals
  • defeated Harvard 4-1 in the National Championship Game

Wisconsin

  • defeated Boston University 5-1 in the national quarterfinals
  • lost to Minnesota 3-1 in the national semifinals

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