Category Archives: NCAA Tournament
The conference tournaments concluded last weekend with a fairly predictable selection process. The only real question was whether the committee would extra, super penny-pinch and have Clarkson and St. Lawrence play one another, but it didn’t come to pass. What … Continue reading
BC Interruption publishes fantastic work across the board, but their women’s hockey coverage is stellar. You might remember the PairWise Ranking calculator that Grant rolls out every year to calculate out how various conference tournament outcomes might affect the NCAA field. He suggested that … Continue reading
As the NCAA season progresses, I’m going to publish weekly rankings in conjunction with the USCHO poll. These rankings will be entirely statistics based with the explanation as to how those stats are developed here. As I prefer to do … Continue reading
To no one’s surprise, Boston College nabbed the top seed heading into the NCAA tournament. The Eagles went 38-0-0 and blew through pretty much everyone in their way en route to Beanpot and Hockey East Championships.
And then there were two and they’re two that have been consensus top four teams almost all year long. They have the second and third best records by winning percentages. They’re top ten in almost every category. It’s a fitting … Continue reading
Minnesota vs. Wisconsin If you take away Minnesota’s 3-0-1 record versus Wisconsin this season the teams sport identical 29-3-3 records. Minnesota went out of the WCHA to play Penn State, Boston University, Princeton (2x), St. Lawrence (2x), and St. … Continue reading
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