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This is a list of appearances in the NCAA Tournament by members of Hockey East as members fo Hockey East as of the start of the 2014 Frozen Four.

Men's TeamsEdit

School                    Appearances      Last         Record      Frozen Fours            Championships

Boston College              22                 2014       41-22-0                13                    4- (2001, 2008, 2010, 2012)

Maine                               18                 2012       30-20-0                 11                    2- (1993, 1999)

New Hampshire            18                 2013      14-18-0                   4

Boston University          17                 2012       23-19-0                   8                     2- (1995, 2009)

Providence                      6                  2014        7-10-0                    1

UMass Lowell                 5                  2014       6-6-1                       1

Northeastern                  3                  2009        1-3-0                       0

Vermont                           2                  2014         2-3-0                      1

Merrimack                       1                  2011         0-1-0                      0

Massachusetts              1                  2007        1-1-0                       0

Notre Dame                    1                  2014        0-1-0                       0


As of the start of the 2014 NCAA Frozen Four the conference has produced :

  • 8 Frozen Four champions
  • 13 Frozen Four runners-up
  • 39 Frozen Four appearances
  • 96 total tournament appearances
  • 125 tournament wins
  • both natonal finalist in the 1995 and 1999 tournament
  • at least two Frozen Four teams in 13 seasons

Men's Yearly ResultsEdit

1985 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Providence College

  • defeated Michigan State 6 goals to 5 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinal series (2-3, 4-2)
  • defeated Boston College 4 to 3 in 3 overtimes in the semifinals
  • lost to Rensselaer 2 to 1 in the National Championship game

Boston College

  • defeated Minnesota 9 goals to 8 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinal series (5-7, 4-1)
  • lost to Providence College 4 to 3 in 3 overtimes in the semifinals
  • lost to Minnesota-Duluth  7 to 6 in overtime in the third place game

1986 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston University

  • lost to Minnesota 11 goals to 7 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinal series (4-6, 3-5)

Boston College

  • lost to Michigan State 10 goals to 6 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinal series (4-6, 2-4)

1987 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College

  • lost to Minnesota 6 to 4 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinal series  (1-4, 3-2)

Maine

  • lost to Michigan State 11 to 5 in a 2 game total goals quarterfinal series (2-6, 5-3)

1988 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Northeastern

  • lost to Merrimack 10 to 8 in a 2 game total goals first round series

UMass-Lowell (5-3, 3-7)

  • lost to Wisconsin 11 to 5 in a 2 game total goals first round series (1-7, 4-4)

Maine

1989 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Providence

  • defeated Northern Michigan 2 games to 1 in the first round (5-9, 4-2, 2-0)
  • lost to Maine 2 games to 1 in the quarterfinals (6-8, 3-2, 4-3 (ot))

Boston College

  • defeated Bowling Green 2 games to none in the first round (8-5, 4-2)
  • lost to Michigan State 2 games to 1 in the quarterfinals (6-3, 2-7, 4-5 (ot)

Maine

  • defeated Providence two games to one in the quarterfinals (6-8, 3-2, 4-3 (ot))
  • lost to Minnesota 7 to 4 in the semifinals
  • defeated Michigan State 7 to 4 in the third place game

1990 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Maine

  • defeated Bowling Green 2 games to none in first round (8-4, 5-2)
  • lost to Wisconsin 2 games to none in the quarterfinals (7-3, 4-3 (ot))

Boston University

  • defeated North Dakota 2 games to 1 in the first round (5-8, 5-3, 5-0)
  • defeated Michigan State two games to 1 in the quarterfinals (3-6, 5-3, 5-3)
  • lost to Colgate 3 to 2 in the semifinals

Boston College

  • defeated Minnesota in the quarterfinals 2 games to 1 (4-2, 1-2, 6-1)
  • lost to Wisconsin in the semifinals 2 to 1

1991 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Providence

  • lost to Minnesota in the first round 2 games to 1 (3-4, 8-4, 8-3)

Boston College

Maine

  • defeated Minnesota 2 games to none in the quarterfinals (4-0, 5-3)
  • lost to Northern Michigan 5  to 3 in the semifinals

Boston University

  • defeated Michigan 2 games to none in the quarterfinals (4-1, 8-1)
  • defeated Clarkson 7 to 3 in the semifinals
  • lost to Northern Michigan 8 to 7 in overtime in the National Championship game

1992 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston University

  • lost to Michigan State in the first round 4 to 2

New Hampshire

  • lost to Wisconsin 4 to 2 in the first round

Maine

  • lost to Michigan State 3 to 2 in the quarterfinals

1993 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Maine

  • defeated Minnesota 6 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Michigan 4 to 3 in overtime in the semifinals
  • defeated Lake Superior State 5 to 4 in the National Championship game

Boston University

  • defeated Northern Michigan 4 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Lake Superior State 6 to 1 in the semifinals

1994 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston University

  • defeated Wisconin 4 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Minnesota 4 to 1 in the semifinals
  • lost to Lake Superior State 9 to 1 in the National Championship game

New Hampshire

  • defeated RPI 2 to 0 in the first round
  • lost to Harvard 7 to 1 in the quarterfinals

Northeastern

  • lost to Lake Superior State 6 to 5 in overtime in the first round

UMass-Lowell

  • defeated Michigan State 4 to 3 in the first round
  • lost to Minnesota 2 to one in double overtime in the quarterfinals

1995 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

New Hampshire

  • lost to Denver 9 to 2 in the first round

Maine

  • defeated Denver 4 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Michigan 4 to 3 in triple overtime in the semifinals
  • lost to Boston University in the National Championship game

Boston University

  • defeated Lake Superior State 6 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Minnesota 7 to 3 in the semifinals
  • defeated Maine 6 to 2 in the National Championship game

1996 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston University

  • defeated Clarkson 3 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Michigan 4 to 0 in the semifinals

Providence

  • lost to Minnesota 5 to 1in the first round

UMass-Lowell

  • defeated Michigan State 6 to 2 in the first round
  • lost to Colorado College 5 to 3 in the quarterfinals

1997 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

New Hampshire

  • lost to Colorado College 3 to 2 in the first round

Boston University

  • defeated Denver 4 to 3 in overtime in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Michigan 3 to 2 in the semifinals
  • lost to North Dakota 6 to 4 in the National Championship game

1998 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

New Hampshire

  • defeated Wisconsin 7 to 4 in the first round
  • defeated Boston University 4 to 3 in overtime in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Michigan 4 to 0 in the semifinals

Boston College

  • defeated Colorado College 6 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Ohio State 5 to 2 in the semifinals
  • lost to Michigan 3 to 2 in overtime in the National Championship game

1999 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Maine

  • defeated Ohio State 4 to 2 in the first round
  • defeated Clarkson 7 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Boston College 2 to 1 in overtime in the semifinals
  • defeated New Hampshire 3 to 2 in overtime in the National Championship game

Boston College

  • defeated Northern Michigan 2 to 1 in the first round
  • defeated North Dakota  3 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Maine 2 to 1 in the semifinals

New Hampshire

  • defeated Michigan 2 to 1 in overtime in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Michigan State 5 to 3 in the semifinals
  • lost to Maine 3 to 2 in overtime in the National Championship game

2000 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

New Hampshire

  • lost to NIagara 4 to 1 in the first round

Boston College

  • defeated Northern Michigan 2 to 1 in the first round
  • defeated Wisconsin 4 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated St. Lawrence 4 to 2 in the semifinals
  • lost to North Dakota 4 to 2 in the National Championship game

Boston University

  • defeated St. Clouid St. 5 to 3 in the first round
  • lost to St. Lawrence 3 to 2 in quadruple overtime in the quarterfinals

Maine

  • defeated Michigan 5 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to North Dakota 2 to 0 in semifinals

2001 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Maine

  • defeated Minnesota 5 to 4 in overtime in the first round
  • lost to Boston College 3 to 1 in the quarterfinals

Providence

  • lost to Wisconsin 4 to 1 in the first round

Boston College

  • defeated Maine 3 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Michigan 4 to 2 in the semifinals
  • defeated North Dakota 3 to 2 in overtime in the National Championship game

2002 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Maine

  • defeated Harvard 4 to 3 in overtime in the first round
  • defeated Boston University 4 to 3 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated New Hampshire 7 to 2 in the semifinals
  • lost to Minnesota 4 to 3 in overtime in the National Championship game

Boston University

  • lost to Maine 4 to 3 in the quarterfinals

New Hampshire

  • defeated Cornell 4 to 3 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Maine 7 to 2 in the semifinals

2003 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (East Region #2 Seed)

  • defeated Ohio State 1 to 0 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Cornell 2 to 1 in double overtime in the regional final

Boston University (Northeast Region #2 Seed)

  • defeated Harvard 6 to 4 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to New Hampshire 3 to 0 in the regional final

Maine (Midwest Region #2 Seed)

  • lost to Michigan 2 to 1 in the regional semifinals

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #1 Seed, # 3 overall seed)

  • defeated St Clouid State 5 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Boston University 3 to 0 in the regional final
  • defeated Cornell 3 to 2 in the national semifinals
  • lost to Minnesota 5 to 1 in the National Championship game

2004 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast Region #1 seed, #2 overall seed)

  • defeated Niagara 5 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Michigan 3  to 2 in overtime in the regional final
  • lost to Maine 2 to 1 in the national semifinals

Maine (East Region #1 seed. #3 overall seed)

  • defeated Harvard 5 to 4 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Wisconsin 2 to 1 in overtime in the regional final
  • defeated Boston College 2 to 1 in the national semifinals
  • lost to Denver 1 to 0 in the National Championship game

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #3 seed)

  • lost to Michigan 4 to 1 in the regional semifinals

2005 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (East Region #1 seed, #1 overall seed

  • defeated Mercyhurst 5 to 4 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to North Dakota 6 to 3 in the regional final

Boston University (East Region #3 seed)

  • lost to North Dakota 4 to 0 in the regional semifinals

Maine (West Region #4 seed)

  • lost to Minnesota 1 to 0 in overtime in the regional semifinals

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #2 seed)

  • defeated Harvard 3 to 2 in overtime in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Denver 4 to 2 in the regional final

2006 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast region #3 seed)

  • defeated Miami 5 to 0 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Boston University 5 to 0 in the regional final
  • defeated North Dakota 6 to 5 in the national semifinals
  • lost to Wisconsin 2 to 1 in the National Championship game

Boston University (Northeast region #1 seed, #3 overall seed)

  • defeated Nebraska-Omaha 9 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Boston College 5 to 0 in the regional final

Maine (East Region #3 seed)

  • defeated Harvard 6 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Michigan State 5 to 4 in the regional final
  • lost to Wisconsin 5 to 2 in the national semifinals

New Hampshire (East Region #4 seed)

  • lost to Michigan State 1 to 0 in the regional semifinals

2007 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast Region # 2 seed)

  • defeated St. Lawrence 4 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Miami 4 to 0 in the regional final
  • defeated North Dakota 6 to 4 in the national semifinals
  • lost to Michigan State 3 to 1 in the National Championship game

Boston Univeristy (Midwest Regional #2 seed)

  • lost to Michigan State in the regional semifinals

Maine (East Region #3 seed)

  • defeaated St Cloud State 4 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated UMass-Amherst 3 to 1 in the regional final
  • lost to Michigan State in the national semifinals

UMass-Amherst (East Region #4 seed)

  • defeated Clarkson 1 to 0 in overtime in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Maine 3 to 1 in the regional final

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #1 seed, # 4 overall seed)

  • lost to Miami 2 to 1 in the regional semifinals

2008 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast Region #2 seed)

  • defeated Minnesota 5 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Miami 4 to 3 in overtime in the regional final
  • defeated North Dakota 6 to 1 in the national semifinals
  • defeated Notre Dame 4 to 1 in the National Championship game

New Hampshire (West Region #1 seed, # 4 overall seed)

  • lost to Notre Dame 7 to 3 in the regional semifinals

2009 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston University (Northeast Region #1 seed, overall #1 seed)

  • defeated Ohio State 8 to 3 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated New Hampshire 2 to 1 in the regional final
  • defeated Vermont 5 to 4 in the national semifinals
  • defeated Miami 4 to 3 in overtime in the National Championship game

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #3 seed)

  • defeated North Dakota 6 to 5 in overtime in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Boston University 2 to 1 in the regional final

Northeastern (Midwest Region #2 seed)

  • lost to Cornell 3 to 2 in the regional semifinals

Vermont (East Region #3 Seed)

  • defeated Yale 4 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Air Force 3 to 2 in double overtime in the regional final
  • lost to Boston University 5 to 4 in the national semifinals

2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast Region #1 seed, overall #4 seed)

  • defeated Alaska 3 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Yale 9 to 7 in the regional final
  • defeated Miami 7 to 1 in the national semifinals
  • defeated Wisconsin 5 to 0 in the National Championship game

New Hampshire (East Region #3 seed)

  • defeated Cornell 6 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to RIT 6 to 2 in the regional final

Vermont (West Region #4 seed)

  • lost to Wisconsin 3 to 2 in the regional semifinals

2011 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College West Region #1 seed, overall #3 seed)

  • lost to Colorado College 8 to 4 in the regional semifinals

Merrimack (Northeast Region #2 seed)

  • lost to Notre Dame 4 to 3 in overtime in the regional semifinals

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #4 Seed)

  • defeated Miami 3 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Notre Dame 2 to 1 in the regional final

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast Region #1 seed, #1 overall seed)

  • defeated Air Force 2 to 0 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated Minnesota-Duluth 4 to 0 in the regional final
  • defeated Minnesota 6 to 1 in the national semifinals
  • defeated Ferris State in the National Championship game

Boston University (West Region #3 seed)

  • lost to Minnesota 7 to 3 in the regional semifinals

Maine (Northeast Region #3 seed)

  • lost to Minnesota-Duluth 5 to 2 in the regional semifinals

UMass Lowell (East Region #3 seed)

  • defeated Miami 4 to 3 in overtime in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Union 4 to 2 in the regional final

2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (East Region #2 seed)

  • lost to Union 5 to 1 in the regional semifinals

New Hampshire (Northeast Region #2 seed)

  • defeated Denver 5 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to UMass-Lowell 2 to 0 in the regional final

UMass-Lowell (Northeast Region #1 seed, #3 Overall seed)

  • defeated Wisconsin 6 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated New Hampshire 2 to 0 in the regional final
  • lost to Yale 3 to 2 in overtime in the national semifinal

2014 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (Northeast Region #1 seed, #2 Overall seed)

  • defeated Denver 6 to 2 in the regional semifinals
  • defeated UMass-Lowell 4 to 3 in the regional final

UMass-Lowell (Northeast Region #2 seed)

  • defeated Minnesota State 2 to 1 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Boston College 4 to 3 in the regional final
  • WILL PLAY UNION IN THE NATIONAL SEMIFINALS ON APRIL 10, 2014

Notre Dame (West Region #2 seed)

  • lost to St Cloud State 4 to 3 in overtime in the regional semifinals

Providence (East Region #3 seed)

  • defeated Qunnipiac 4 to 0 in the regional semifinals
  • lost to Union 3 to 1 in the regional final

Vermont (East Region #4 seed)

  • lost to Union 5 to 2 in the regional semifinals

Men's Tournament Most Outstanding Player selectionsEdit

1985

1993

1995

1999

2001

2008

2012

Men's All-Tournament team selectionsEdit

1985

1988

1991

1993

1994

1995

1997

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2006

2007

2008

2010 (different format used for team selection or unable to find team chosen for whole tournament)

  • Bobby Butler, New Hampshire (named to All-East Regional Team

2012

Women's TeamsEdit

School                    Appearances      Last         Record      Frozen Fours            Championships

Boston College              6                     2014           4-6-0              4                              0

New Hampshire              5                     2010          2-5-0              2                              0

Boston University           5                     2014         4-5-0               2                              0

Providence                    1                      2005          0-1-0              0                              0

Women's Yearly ResultsEdit

The Women's Conference began for the 2002-03 season.  At this point in time the women's NCAA tournament only have 4 participants.  The tournament was expanded to 8 teams in 2005.  For the first time the Hockey East tournament champion was guaranteed a birth in the tournament.

2003 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

  • No bids

2004 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

  • no bids

2005 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Providence (#8 seed)

  • lost to Minnesota 6 to 1 in the national quarterfinals

2006 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

New Hampshire (#1 overall seed)

  • defeated Harvard 3 to 1 in the regionals
  • lost to Minnesota 5 to 4 in the national semifinals

2007 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College (not seeded)

  • defeated Dartmouth 3 to 2 in double overtime in the regionals
  • lost to Minnesota-Duluth 4 to 3 in the national semifinals

New Hampshire (not seeded)

  • lost to St Lawence 6 to 2 in the regionals

2008 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

New Hampshire

  • defeated St Lawrence 3 to 2 in overtime in the regionals
  • lost to Minnesota-Duluth 3 to 2 in the national semifinals

2009 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College

  • lost to Minnesota 4 to 3 in the quarterfinals

New Hampshire (#4 seed)

  • lost to Minnesota-Duluth 3 to 1 in the quarterfinals

2010 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston University

  • lost to Mercyhurst 4 to 1 in the regionals

New Hampshire

  • lost to Minnesota-Duluth 2 to 1 in the regionals

2011 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College

  • defeated Minnesota 4 to 1 in the quarterfnals
  • lost to Wisconsin 3 to 2 in the semifinals

Boston University

  • defeated Mercyhurst 4 to 2 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Cornell 4 to 1 in the semifinals
  • lost to Wisconsin 4 to 1 in the National Championship game

2012 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College

  • defeated St Lawrence 6 to 3 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Wisconsin 6 to 2 in the semifinals

Boston University

  • lost to Cornell 8 to 7 in the quarterfinals

2013 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College

  • defeated Harvard 3 to 1 in the quarterfinals
  • lost to Minnesota 3 to 2 in overtime in the semifinals

Boston University

  • defeated Clarkson 5 to 3 in the quarterfinals
  • defeated Mercyhurst 4 to 1 in the semifinals
  • lost to Minnesota 6 to 3 in the National Championship game

2014 NCAA Division I Women's Ice Hockey TournamentEdit

Boston College

  • lost to Clarkson 3 to 1 in the quarterfinals

Boston University

  • lost to Minnesota 5 to 1 in the quarterfinals

All-Tournament Team selectionsEdit

2011Edit

2013Edit


sources:

http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/tourney/heancaas.php

http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_ice_hockey_champs_records/2008/d1/D1champs.pdf

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