1995 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

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1995 NCAA Division I Men's
Ice Hockey Tournament
Season 1994–95
Teams 12
Finals Site Providence Civic Center
Providence, Rhode Island
Champions Boston University (4th title, 8th title game,
18th Frozen Four)
Runner-Up Maine (2nd title game,
5th Frozen Four)
Semifinalists Minnesota (16th Frozen Four)
Michigan (16th Frozen Four)
Winning Coach Jack Parker (2nd title)
MOP Chris O'Sullivan (Boston University)
Attendance 65,624
NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournaments
← 1994  1996 →

The 1995 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament involved 12 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college ice hockey. It began on March 24, 1995, and ended with the championship game on April 1. A total of 11 games were played. The top 2 seeds in each region received a bye into the tournament quarterfinals.

Qualifying teams[1][edit]

The at-large bids and seeding for each team in the tournament were announced after the conference tournaments concluded. The Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) had four teams receive a berth in the tournament, the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) and Hockey East each had three teams receive a berth in the tournament, while the ECAC had two berths.

East Regional – Worcester West Regional – Madison
Seed School Conference Record Berth type Appearance Last bid Seed School Conference Record Berth type Appearance Last bid
1 Boston University Hockey East 28–6–3 Tournament champion 21st 1994 1 Michigan CCHA 29–7–1 At-large bid 18th 1994
2 Maine Hockey East 30–5–6 At-large bid 8th 1993 2 Colorado College WCHA 30–11–1 At-large bid 9th 1978
3 New Hampshire Hockey East 22–9–4 At-large bid 7th 1994 3 Minnesota WCHA 23–13–5 At-large bid 22nd 1994
4 Clarkson ECAC 23–9–4 At-large bid 14th 1993 4 Wisconsin WCHA 23–14–4 Tournament champion 16th 1994
5 Lake Superior State CCHA 22–11–6 Tournament champion 9th 1994 5 Michigan State CCHA 25–11–3 At-large bid 15th 1994
6 Denver WCHA 24–14–2 At-large bid 13th 1986 6 Rensselaer ECAC 19–13–4 Tournament champion 8th 1994

Game locations[edit]

Tournament Bracket[edit]

  Regional Quarterfinals
March 24
Regional Semifinals
March 25
Frozen Four
March 30
National Championship
April 1
                                     
        
  E1  Boston University 6  
    E5  Lake Superior State 2  
E4  Clarkson 4
E5  Lake Superior State 5  
  E1  Boston University 7  
  W3  Minnesota 3  
        
        
  W2  Colorado College 2
    W3  Minnesota 5  
W3  Minnesota 1
W6  Rensselaer 0  
  E1  Boston University 6
  E2  Maine 2
        
        
  E2  Maine 4
    E6  Denver 2  
E3  New Hampshire 2
E6  Denver 9  
  E2  Maine 4***
  W1  Michigan 3  
        
        
  W1  Michigan 4
    W4  Wisconsin 3  
W4  Wisconsin 5
W5  Michigan State 3  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

Regional Quarterfinals[edit]

East Regional[edit]

(3) New Hampshire vs. (6) Denver[edit]


(4) Clarkson vs. (5) Lake Superior State[edit]


West Regional[edit]

(3) Minnesota vs. (6) Rensselaer[edit]


(4) Wisconsin vs. (5) Michigan State[edit]


Regional Semifinals[edit]

East Regional[edit]

(1) Boston University vs. (5) Lake Superior State[edit]


(2) Maine vs. (6) Denver[edit]


West Regional[edit]

(1) Michigan vs. (4) Wisconsin[edit]


(2) Colorado College vs. (3) Minnesota[edit]


Frozen Four[edit]

National Semifinal[edit]

(E1) Boston University vs. (W3) Minnesota[edit]


(E2) Maine vs. (W1) Michigan[edit]


National Championship[edit]

(E1) Boston University vs. (E2) Maine[edit]


All-Tournament Team[2][edit]

* Most Outstanding Player(s)

Record by conference[edit]

Conference # of Bids Record Win % Regional Semifinals Frozen Four Championship Game Champions
WCHA 4 4-4 .500 4 1 - -
CCHA 3 2-3 .400 2 1 - -
Hockey East 3 5-2 .714 2 2 2 1
ECAC 2 0-2 .000 - - - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Division 1 Tournament". College Hockey Historical Archives. Archived from the original on 2013-06-21. Retrieved 2013-06-19. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Frozen Four Records". NCAA.org. Archived from the original on 2013-06-22. Retrieved 2013-06-19. 

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