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This is the 2014-15 Western Collegiate Hockey Association season.  This was the league's 63rd season.

Membership changesEdit

  • none

StandingsEdit

Team                GP  W  L T  GF GA  P overall  W  L T  GF  GA
Minnesota State     28 21  4 3  98 47 45         25  7 3 122  69
Michigan Tech       28 21  5 2 103 48 44         26  8 2 131  64
Bowling Green       28 17  8 3  87 66 37         21 10 5 110  85
*Alaska             28 14 12 2  75 69 30         19 13 2  92  81
Bemidji State       28 12 11 5  73 62 29         16 15 5  98  83
Ferris State        28 13 14 1  66 58 27         16 19 2  81  81
Northern Michigan   28 11 13 4  59 71 26         14 16 6  83  93
Alabama-Huntsville  28  7 20 1  44 95 15          8 24 4  62 117
Lake Superior State 28  7 20 1  44 91 15          8 26 2  56 118
Alaska-Anchorage    28  5 21 2  52 94 12          8 22 4  70 107

*-Alaska was ineligible for the conference tournament,due to NCAA ban

University of Alaska Post-season banEdit

The University of Alaska-Fairbanks was sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association for the use of academically ineligible players in several sports including men's ice hockey.  The ice hockey team vacated 67 wins and 25 ties from 2007 to 2010 including 2009 and 2010 Governor's Cup championships over the Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves as ineligible players were used in every game during those seasons.  The team was also banned from the post season for 2014-15 and lost one scholarship for the season.  The investigation by the NCAA determined that "These infractions were a result of university errors and not by wrong doing by any of our university athletes" according to UAF chancellor Brian Rogers. The sanctions will probably include forfeiture of games from the 2011-12 season as ineligible players were used in 60% of the games from that season as well.

source: Alaska Dispatch News November 5, 2014 article

Broadmoor Trophy TournamentEdit

FormatEdit

The top 8 teams (excluding Alaska) from the regular season qualify for the tourament. The quarterfinals are best of three held at the home rink of the higher seed.  The quarterfinal winners advance to the "WCHA Final Five" semifinals held at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota

Quarterfinals (best-of-three)Edit

  • Minnesota State defeated Lake Superior State 2 games to none (9-2, 4-2
  • Michigan Tech defeated Alabama-Huntsville 2 games to none (1-0 (3ot), 3-0)
  • Bowling Green defeated Northern Michigan 2 games to none (3-2 (ot), 4-1)
  • Ferris State defeated Bemidji State 2 games to none (4-1, 3-2 (3ot))

SemifinalsEdit

  • Michigan Tech defeated Bowling Green 5-2
  • Minnesota State defeated Ferris State 4-0

Broadmoor Trophy Championship GameEdit

  • Minnesota State defeated Michigan Tech 5-2

The Minnesota State Mavericks earned the conference's automatic bid to the 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

NCAA TournamentEdit

Michigan Tech

Minnesota State

  • lost to RIT Tigers 2-1 in the Midwest Regional semifinals



Rschamps

Minnesota State 2014-15 MacNaughton Cup winners







2015 Broadmoor trophy champs

2015 Broadmoor Trophy Champion Minnesota State Mavericks

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