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2024 College Hockey Conference Tournament Results and Schedules

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Last Updated on March 14, 2024 by Robert C. Hoopes

The Road to the Men’s Frozen Four Begins with Conference Tournaments

As college hockey fans gear up for the highly anticipated Men’s Frozen Four, the road to the championship event has officially begun with conference tournaments offering six automatic berths. The NCAA field’s bracket will be revealed on March 24th, with regionals taking place from March 28th to the 31st, and the Frozen Four set to take place on April 11th to the 13th in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Six conference tournaments, including the Atlantic, Big Ten, CCHA, ECAC, Hockey East, and NCHC, will determine the 16-team field with at-large teams based on PairWise rankings. The Atlantic tournament is already underway with quarterfinal series, where the top four seeds will host best-of-three series.

The Big Ten regular-season champions, Michigan State, earned a bye to the semifinals, while quarterfinals are currently ongoing. Bemidji State clinched the CCHA regular-season title and will host quarterfinals as part of their tournament. Defending national champion Quinnipiac leads the ECAC teams as they enter the quarterfinals with top four seeds.

The Hockey East tournament is well underway with top-ranked Boston College clinching the regular-season title. Meanwhile, North Dakota secured their sixth NCHC regular-season title and will host the quarterfinal series as part of their tournament.

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As the conference tournaments progress, college hockey fans eagerly anticipate the final 16-team field and the exciting matchups that will ultimately determine who will advance to the Frozen Four in April. Stay tuned as the journey to college hockey’s most prestigious event continues.

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