Join

Subscribe to our FREE weekly newsletter! Email news@d1hockey.com (type "news" in the subject line)

2019 NCAA National Champions - Minnesota Duluth

Semi-final 1: Providence Friars vs. Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs
5:00 PM on ESPN2 Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 O.T. Final
0 Goal 1 (PP): Wilkins
(Duhaime, Bryson)
0 - 1
0 Goal 1: Richards
(Mackay, Anderson)
Goal 2: Exell
(Roth, Samberg)
Goal 3 (ENG): Samberg
(Unassisted)
Goal 4 (ENG): Richards
(Cates)
- 4
Semi-final 2: Denver Pioneers vs. UMass Minutemen
8:30 PM on ESPN2 Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 O.T. Final
Goal 1 (PP): Staub
(Olischefski, Guttman)
0 Goal 2: Guttman
(Ward, Durflinger)
Goal 3: Guttman
(McLellan, Lancaster)
0 3
Goal 1 (PP): Trivigno
(Pritchard, M. Del Gaizo)
Goal 2 (PP): Chaffee
(Makar, Pritchard)
Goal 3 (PP): Leonard
(Ferraro, Gaudet)
0 0 Goal 4:
M. Del Gaizo
(Chau, Gaudet)
4
National Championship: Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs vs. UMass Minutemen
8:00 PM on ESPN2 Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 O.T. Final
Goal 1: Mackay
(Anderson, Tuffte)
Goal 2: Anderson
(Mackay, Richards)
Goal 3: Cates
(Laderoute, Anderson)
- 3
0 0 0 - 0

2019 NCAA National Champions


Champions!








Championship Game




Notable Quotes

"When I was being recruited I wanted to go to a place that I had a chance to win every single year. I knew that was a place like Denver. The track record there is of winning national championships, Frozen Fours."
Ian Mitchell, Denver Defenseman

"I think ultimately it's going to come down to who executes their game plan, who executes who they are the best. That's really what we're focusing on."
David Carle, Denver Coach

"The big thing is the guys that come up through the game and they have the puck all game, whether it's in prep school or junior, they have to learn the game without the puck. They start to move to college, you have to work to get the puck. You have to have linemates that work to get the puck. If you're not working as a group of five, you can go through games without touching a puck. Then you don't get a chance to assert yourself on the game."
Nate Leaman, Providence Coach

He's literally a coach's dream the way he comes to the rink every day, brings a smile, always first on the ice, always working on his game."
Nate Leaman, Providence Coach on Tyce Thompson

"Just go out and play. Just play. As coaches we don't oversaturate them with too much information, video, the rest of it. You almost want to just not show them any video, just say, Go play, have fun, play as hard as you can. You guys know what to do"
Greg Carvel, UMass Coach

"Coming into this year, we knew we had a special group. I think it's a credit to everybody on our team coming to the rink every day knowing and wanting to work hard, make everybody else better."
Cale Makar, UMass Defenseman

"I'll take this team without experience over anything else. The quality of the kids that we have, the character, the skill level, their unity, everything, they're a good group. I'm excited to go into this with them. We don't have that experience, but that's all right. We have a lot of other things I'm excited about."
Greg Carvel, UMass Coach

"I think experience, any time you can get that, it beneficial. We might not have the oldest roster, but we have had a lot of guys that have played in big stages... Having that experience is big. Coming in and knowing how hard it is to get here, what it takes to get here, cherishing every opportunity because we've been fortunate enough to win it last year... worth it. You want to get back to this point every year."
Peter Krieger, Duluth Forward

"Yeah, we have been here before. But when the puck drops, it's a hockey game regardless of who's played how many games. Hopefully our guys, because they've been there, will start the game well and hopefully play their best game. It's going to be a great hockey game."
Scott Sandelein, Duluth Coach

"You got to manage pucks. You got to make sure you're not forcing plays or turning pucks over in critical areas. There's no question. We're not a huge east-west team. We're more of a vertical north team. We have to have support and speed and chips, get after it... We know they pressure. We're going to have to make plays under pressure. We got to learn to handle that. Hopefully we can do the same thing to them. It's when we're playing well, too. But I think just support, puck support, just managing pucks is going to be critical. Not just through the neutral zone, but all over the rink. If you want to generate some speed, play your game, you have to get through there. To nullify them, you have to make sure everybody's doing their job and making sure you're above people, not allowing any out-numbered rushes."
Scott Sandelin, Duluth Coach


Saturday Game Day








Fan Fest




Thursday Game Day











Wednesday Practices






2019 Conference Tournament Champions
American International College
Notre Dame
Clarkson
Northeastern
Minnesota Duluth
Minnesota State
2019 NCAA Regional Champions
Providence Friars
UMass Minutemen
Minnesota Duluth
Denver Pioneers


2018 Hobey Baker Award



2019 Hobey Baker Hattrick Team Conference
Adam Fox Harvard ECAC
Cale Makar UMass Hockey East
Jimmy Schuldt St. Cloud NCHC

2019 Hobey Baker Award Winner - Cale Makar


2019 Mike Richter Award

2019 Mike Richter Award Final Five Team
Joey Daccord Arizona State
Jake Kielly Clarkson
Cayden Primeau Northeastern
Hunter Shepard Minnesota Duluth
Andrew Shortridge Quinnipiac

2019 Richter Award Winner - Cayden Primeau

Finalist's Stats


2019 Hockey Humanitarian Award

2019 Hockey Humanitarian Award Final Five Team
Cam Beecy Norwich
Jake Bunz Wisconsin
Annie Pankowski Wisconsin
Tommy Parran Ohio State
Luke Rivera Suny Fredonia

2019 Hockey Humanitarian Award Winner - Jake Bunz


2019 Spencer Penrose Award

2019 Spencer Penrose Award Finalists Team
David Carle Denver
Greg Carvel UMass
Mike Hastings Minnesota State
Casey Jones Clarkson
Eric Lang A.I.C.
Brett Larson St. Cloud State
Nate Leaman Providence
Greg Powers Arizona State
Steve Rohlik Ohio State
Scott Sandelin Minnesota Duluth

2019 Spencer Penrose Award Winner - Greg Carvel


2018 - 19 Division 1 Conference Alignment, Rosters and Schedules

All 60 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 each team's roster. 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. Questions? Email info@d1hockey.com


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 Notre Dame Harvard Northeastern North Dakota Ferris State
Mercyhurst Wisconsin Princeton Providence
College
St. Cloud
State
Lake Superior
Niagara Quinnipiac UMass
Amherst
Western
Michigan
Michigan Tech
Robert Morris RPI UMass
Lowell
Minnesota
State
Rochester
Institute of Tech.
Union University of
New Hampshire
Northern
Michigan
Sacred Heart St. Lawrence
University
Vermont
Yale


Email your questions or comments to info@d1hockey.com


   
INFO | SIGN UP | LOGIN  

D1Hockey.com is the Complete Guide to Division One College Hockey

  • In-Depth Narratives
  • Tips, Quotes, and Anecdotes from Division One Coaches
  • Division One College Drills for Coaches and Players
  • The Recruiting Process & NCAA Compliance
  • The Frozen Four, The Beanpot, and Other Tournaments
  • Player Development Section and Tips Improving Your Game
  • Improving your Chances of being Recruited
     

© Copyright 2019 D1 Hockey

Web Design & Graphic Design by Off the Page Creations