Friday, February 19th
7 PM EST – Brown at #5 Clarkson
Clarkson can clinch second in the ECAC without any help if they notch three points or better on the weekend.
7 PM EST – Harvard at #10 Colgate
Colgate has two on Harvard in the standings, but the Crimson hold the tiebreaker. This could be a make or break home ice game for the Raiders.
7 PM EST – Union at #4 Quinnipiac
The Bobcats will clinch the ECAC regular season title with a win.
7 PM EST – Yale at St. Lawrence
Both these teams are fighting for a playoff spot. St. Lawrence has the advantage with a point up on Yale.
Saturday, February 20th
2 PM EST – Boston University at #6 Northeastern
These teams have already clinched their respective spots so they’re largely playing for bragging rights and a potential Hockey East semifinals preview.
4 PM EST – Yale at #5 Clarkson
It’s likely Clarkson will be playing this game for seeding while Yale is fighting for their playoff lives.
4 PM EST – Dartmouth at #10 Colgate
Dartmouth is eliminated so Colgate is looking to stay in a home-ice playoff spot.
4 PM EST – Rensselaer at #4 Quinnipiac
The Bobcats will likely have home ice wrapped up by this game.
4 PM EST – Brown at St. Lawrence
This may be a “win and in” scenario for the Saints.