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D1 Hockey.com Top 16 - Week of December 15, 2014

Rank Team Game 1 Game 2 Conf.
Rank
Conf.
1
Boston U. (13-4-1)
Lost to World Jr. Team USA 2-5 - 2
2
Vermont (13-3-1)
- - 1
3
Minnesota State (13-4)
- - 10
4
North Dakota (13-4-2)
- - 2
5
Denver (10-5)
- - 5
6
Miami (10-5)
- - 1
7
Michigan Tech (13-3)
- - 1
8
Minnesota (9-5-1)
- - 5
9
Boston College (8-6-1)
- - 6
10
Harvard (9-1-2)
- - 1
11
Quinnipiac (10-4-1)
- - 1
12
Lowell (9-3-3)
- - 3
13
UNO (10-4-2)
Beat Alabama 2-1 Alabama 6
14
Minnesota Duluth (12-6)
- - 3
15
St. Lawrence (8-7-1)
- - 2
16
Robert Morris (10-2-2)
- - 1
Notable Games
Maine 5, UNH 2


2015 World Junior Games

World Junior Championships
Date Games (indicates tournament points)
POOL B - December 26 Russia vs. Denmark
POOL A - December 26 Team USA vs. Finland
POOL B - December 26 Czech R. vs. Sweden
POOL A - December 26 Slovakia vs. Canada
POOL B - December 27 Sweden vs. Denmark
POOL A - December 27 Finland vs. Slovakia
POOL B - December 27 Switzerland vs. Czech Republic
POOL A - December 27 Canada vs. Germany
POOL B - December 28 Russia vs. Switzerland
POOL A - December 28 Germany vs. Team USA
POOL B - December 29 Denmark vs. Czech Republic
POOL A - December 29 Slovakia vs. Team USA
POOL B - December 29 Russia vs. Sweden
POOL A - December 29 Canada vs. Finland
POOL B - December 30 Denmark vs. Switzerland
POOL A - December 30 Germany vs. Slovakia
POOL B - December 31 Sweden vs. Switzerland
POOL A - December 31 Team USA vs. Canada
POOL B - December 31 Czech Republic vs. Russia
POOL A - December 31 Finland vs. Germany
January 2 - Relegation Round 5A vs. 5B
January 2 - Quarterfinal 1 TBD
January 2 - Quarterfinal 2 TBD
January 2 - Quarterfinal 3 TBD
January 2 - Quarterfinal 4 TBD
January 3 - Relegation Round 5A vs 5B
January 4 - Semi-final 1 TBD
January 4 - Semi-final 2 TBD
January 5 - Relegation Round 5A vs. 5B
January 5 - Bronze Medal Game TBD TBD
January 5 - Gold Medal Game TBD TBD
Medals
Gold Medal TBD
Silver Medal TBD
Bronze Medal TBD

2014 - 15 Division 1 Conference Alignment, Rosters and Schedules

All 59 Division One college hockey teams are listed below by conference.

If you feel you are a potential Division 1 prospect, it may be beneficial to review each team's current depth chart. Click on the school name to view the conference website. Click on the team logo to view each team's roster and schedule. Review the rosters to see the number of seniors who will graduate this year. This will give you an idea of how many spots will be open for next season. There are many variables to consider including positions, players who leave early for the NHL, and overall strength of the program.

Air Force Ohio State Brown Boston College Colorado College Alabama
Huntsville
American
International
Penn State Clarkson Boston University Denver Alaska
Anchorage
Army Michigan Colgate University of
Connecticut
Miami Alaska
Bentley Michigan
State
Cornell
Maine Minnesota
Duluth
Bemidji State
Canisus Minnesota Dartmouth Merrimack Nebraska Omaha Bowling Green
Holy Cross Wisconsin Harvard Northeastern North Dakota Ferris State
Mercyhurst Princeton Notre Dame St. Cloud
State
Lake Superior
Niagara Quinnipiac Providence
College
Western
Michigan
Michigan Tech
Robert Morris RPI UMass
Amherst
Minnesota
State
Rochester
Institute of Tech.
Union UMass
Lowell
Northern
Michigan
Sacred Heart St. Lawrence
University
University of
New Hampshire
Yale Vermont


NCAA 2013 / 2014 College Hockey Season


National Championship: Saturday, April 12th. @ 7:30 PM
Team Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Final
Union College
  1. Gostisbehere from Taylor, Wilkins
  2. Vecchione from Carr, Ciampini
  3. Lichtenwald from Gostisbehere
  4. Ciampini from Hatch, Novak
No Scoring
  1. Novak from Sullivan, Gingras
  2. Sullivan from Bodie, Gostisbehere
  3. Bodie (ENG)
7
Minnesota
  1. Kloos from Condon
  2. Warning from Rau, Parenteau
  1. Cammarata from Kloos, Parenteau
  1. Fasching from Reilly
4
2014 NCAA National Champions: Union College!












All Tournament Team

  • Forward: Daniel Ciampini - Union
  • Forward: Sam Warning - Minnesota
  • Forward: Kyle Rau - Minnesota
  • Defenseman: Mat Bodie - Union
  • Defenseman: Shayne Gostisbehere - Union
  • Goaltender: Colin Stevens - Union
  • Most Outstanding Player: Shayne Gostisbehere - Union





2014 Frozen Four - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
Semifinal 1: Thursday, April 10th. @ 5:00 PM
Team Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Final
Union College 0 2
Bodie from Gingras
Ciampina from Gostisbehere, Carr
3
Ciampina from Gostisbehere, Vecchione
Vecchione from Sullivan, Matheson
Ciampina from Bodie ENG
5
Boston College 1
Gaudreau from Hayes, Arnold
1
Santini from Calnan, Gilmour
2
Fitzgerald from Matheson, Gaudreau
Brown from Gaudreau, Hayes
4
Semifinal 2: Thursday, April 10th. @ 8:30 PM
Team Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Final
Minnesota 0 0 2
Warning from Rau
Hall
2
North Dakota 0 0 1
Gardner from Simpson, Schmaltz
1





2014 Hobey Baker Winner: Johnny Gaudreau
Finalists Team Conference
Greg Carey (Senior Forward) St. Lawrence
Nic Dowd (Senior Forward) St. Cloud State
Johnny Gaudreau (Junior Forward) Boston College


The Road to the 2014 Frozen Four

East Regionals - Bridgeport, CT
Semifinals: Friday, March 28
Union - 5
Vermont - 2
Quinnipiac - 0
Providence - 4
Finals: Saturday, March 29
Union - 3
Providence - 1

Northeast Regionals - Worcester, MA
Semifinals: Saturday, March 29
Boston College - 6
Denver - 2
Lowell - 2
Minnesota State - 1
Finals: Sunday, March 30
Boston College - 4
Lowell - 3

Midwest Regionals - Cinncinati, OH
Semifinals: Friday, March 28
Ferris St. - 1
Colgate - 0
Wisconsin - 2
North Dakota - 5
Finals: Saturday, March 29
Ferris St. - 1
North Dakota - 2 Double Overtime Victory

West Regionals - St. Paul, MN
Semifinals: Saturday, March 29
Robert Morris - 3
Minnesota - 7
St. Cloud - 4 Overtime
Notre Dame - 3
Finals: Sunday, March 30
Minnesota - 4
St. Cloud - 0





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