2010 CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament

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The 2010 CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament is the 39th CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. It was played between March 5 and March 20, 2010 at campus locations and at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan]], United States. The winning team, the University of Michigan Wolverines, received the Mason Cup and earned the Central Collegiate Hockey Association's automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament.

Format[edit]

The tournament features four rounds of play. In the first round, the fifth and twelfth, sixth and eleventh, seventh and tenth, and eighth and ninth seeds as determined by the final regular season standings play a best-of-three series, with the winner advancing to the quarterfinals. There, the first seed and lowest-ranked first-round winner, the second seed and second-lowest-ranked first-round winner, the third seed and second-highest-ranked first-round winner, and the fourth seed and highest-ranked first-round winner play a best-of-three series, with the winner advancing to the semifinals. In the semifinals, the highest and lowest seeds and second-highest and second-lowest seeds play a single game, with the winner advancing to the championship game and the loser advancing to the third-place game. The tournament champion receives an automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament.

Regular season standings[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; PTS = Points; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against

Conference Overall
GP W L T SW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#3 Miami 28 21 2 5 2 70 100 39 44 29 8 7 147 86
Michigan State 28 14 8 6 2 50 73 64 38 19 13 6 115 97
#14 Ferris State 28 13 9 6 4 49 79 66 40 21 13 6 118 92
#13 Northern Michigan 28 13 9 6 3 48 86 72 41 20 13 8 124 104
#15 Alaska 28 0^ 28^ 0^ 0^ 45 73 70 39 0^ 39^ 0^ 108 93
Nebraska–Omaha 28 13 12 3 2 44 85 83 42 20 16 6 124 116
#8 Michigan* 28 14 13 1 0 43 83 69 45 26 18 1 148 102
Ohio State 28 10 12 6 4 40 81 93 39 15 18 6 110 122
Notre Dame 28 9 12 7 2 36 65 76 38 13 17 8 90 102
Lake Superior State 28 10 15 3 2 35 66 90 38 15 18 5 93 118
Bowling Green 28 4 18 6 5 23 58 102 36 5 25 6 71 138
Western Michigan 28 4 17 7 2 21 62 87 36 8 20 8 76 104
Championship: Michigan
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Final rankings: USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Top 15 Poll
^ Alaska was retroactively required to forfeit all wins and ties due to player ineligibilities.[1]

Bracket[edit]

  First round
March 5–7
Quarterfinals
March 12–14
Semifinals
March 19
Championship
March 20
                                             
  1 Miami (OH) 6 4 2 1 Miami (OH) 2  
5 Alaska 4 4 8 Ohio State 2 5* 1 7 Michigan 5  
12 Western Michigan 0 1
  2 Michigan State 1 3
6 Nebraska-Omaha 6 6 7 Michigan 5 5     7 Michigan 2
11 Bowling Green 1 1   4 Northern Michigan 1
  3 Ferris State 3 3*
7 Michigan 5 6 6 Nebraska-Omaha 1 2
10 Lake Superior State 2 0 Third place
  4 Northern Michigan 4 5 3 Ferris State 4
8 Ohio State 3 8 5 Alaska 3 1 4 Northern Michigan 5*   1 Miami (OH) 2
9 Notre Dame 1 2 3 Ferris State 1

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

First round[edit]

(5) Alaska vs. (12) Western Michigan[edit]

Alaska won series 2–0


(6) Nebraska-Omaha vs. (11) Bowling Green[edit]

Nebraska-Omaha won series 2–0


(7) Michigan vs. (10) Lake Superior State[edit]

Michigan won series 2–0


(8) Ohio State vs. (9) Notre Dame[edit]

Ohio State won series 2–0


Quarterfinals[edit]

(1) Miami (OH) vs. (8) Ohio State[edit]

Miami (OH) wins 2–1


(2) Michigan State vs. (7) Michigan[edit]

Michigan Won Series 2–0


(3) Ferris State vs. (6) Nebraska-Omaha[edit]

Ferris State Won Series 2–0


(4) Northern Michigan vs. (5) Alaska[edit]

Northern Michigan Won Series 2–0


Semifinals[edit]

(1) Miami (OH) vs. (7) Michigan[edit]


(3) Ferris State vs. (4) Northern Michigan[edit]


Third place[edit]

(1) Miami (OH) vs. (3) Ferris State[edit]


Championship[edit]

(7) Michigan vs. (4) Northern Michigan[edit]


Tournament awards[edit]

All-Tournament Team[2][edit]

* Most Valuable Player(s)[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA bans Nanooks from postseason, takes away victories". Anchorage Daily News. 2014-11-05. Retrieved 2018-05-03. 
  2. ^ "2012-13 CCHA Media Guide". ISSUU.com. Retrieved 2014-04-23. 
  3. ^ "CCHA Awards". College Hockey Historical Archive. Retrieved 2014-04-23. 

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