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The selection show for the 2019 DI Men’s Ie Hockey tournament will be aired live on Sunday, March 24 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPNU.

 Championship Info | Schedule

During the show, the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee will select 16 teams to participate in the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship. The championship playoff format involves four predetermined regional sites with four teams assigned to each site. The regional winners advance to the Men’s Frozen Four. The entire championship uses a single-elimination format.

Automatic qualification privileges are granted to the postseason champions of the six conferences. The remainder of the field is selected at-large.

Conference tournaments: Seeds, schedule, results

In selecting the ten at-large bids, the committee considers several criteria, including win-loss record, strength of schedule and Rating Percentage Index (RPI) which combines win-lost record, opponents’ winning percentage, and opponents’ opponents’ winning percentage.

To learn more about the NCAA committee’s selection process, click here.

Regional championships begin on March 29 and will be broadcast live on an ESPN network. The national semifinals will take place on April 11 and will be broadcast live ESPN2. The national championship game takes place on Saturday, April 13 and will be aired live on ESPN2.

Two remaining teams will compete in the 2019 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four tournament, hosted by Quinnipiac University on 24 at the People’s United Center in Hamden, Connecticut.

FROZEN FOUR: Championship Info

The national championship game will take place at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time, Sunday, March 24 and will also be broadcast LIVE on the Big Ten Network and streamed online at
Game Date time location tv
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota Sunday, Mar. 24 2:30 p.m. ET Frank Perrotti Jr. Arena at People’s United Center Big Ten Network

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No. 1 Wisconsin tops No. 4 Clarkson

By Wisconsin Athletics

HAMDEN, Conn. – The No. 1 Wisconsin women’s hockey team is heading back to the NCAA champion game for the second time in three years after defeating the Clarkson Golden Knights, 5-0, Friday at the People’s United Center in Hamden, Connecticut.

Junior Abby Roque, senior Sam Cogan, senior Annie Pankowski (2) and junior Presley Norby all scored for Wisconsin (34-4-2), in Fridays’ contest.

Despite a fiery start from the Badgers when UW outshot CU 13-5, the two powers were tied 0-0 after the first period.

Wisconsin would erupt in the second when Roque rifled in a missile past Clarkson’s (30-8-2) Kassidy Suave at the 9:29 mark of the frame. The score was Roque’s 11th goal of the season, her second in two games and gave the Badgers a one goal lead entering the final period of play.

UW poured on four more goals to punch their ticket to the NCAA title game for the eighth time in school history.

The first came off from Cogan who scored on a shot from behind the net with 9:08 left in the contest.

The second came from Patty-Kazmaier top-three finalist, Annie Pankowski, who ripped in a breakaway score less than three minutes later for the Badgers third goal of the day.

Pankowski wasn’t done yet as the senior fired in an empty-netter with 1:20 left for her 10th goal of the postseason, the best mark of any player in the country.

The Badgers added a final tally moments later on a Sophia Shaver breakaway when Norby backhanded in Shaver’s rebound for UW’s fifth and final score of the day to seal the victory over the Golden Knights.

No. 2 Minnesota beats Cornell

HAMDEN, Conn. – Nicole Schammel scored the game-winning goal and Alex Gulstene earned a 15-save shutout as the No. 2 University of Minnesota women’s hockey team punched its ticket to Sunday’s national championship game with a 2-0 win over Cornell in the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four semifinal round at the People’s United Center on Friday evening.

Minnesota (32-5-1) now plays for the program’s eighth national championship live on the Big Ten Network at 1:30 p.m. CT Sunday. The Gophers face the winner of Friday’s second semifinal, which pits No. 1 seed Wisconsin (33-4-2) against No. 4 seed Clarkson (30-7-2), in the NCAA title game.

The Gophers used staunch defense and clutch scoring to seal their 2-0 win over Cornell (24-6-6) as Schammel capitalized on the power play before Sarah Potomak sealed the win with an empty-net goal in the game’s final 30 seconds.

Gulstene made 15 saves and the Gophers blocked 30 shots; the Maroon & Gold held a 27-15 advantage in shots on goal for the game. Cornell goaltender Marlene Boissonna made 25 saves to lead the Big Red.

“We’re thrilled and so happy to be getting back to the national championship game,” head coach Brad Frost said. “Anytime you can be playing on the last day of the season, it’s a special moment and a special opportunity. Our kids battled here today. We’re a pretty high-scoring team and not really known as much for defending really, really well, but that’s exactly what our team did today.

“We wanted to focus on our stick position and blocking shots and just have no regrets by the end of the game. Gully was fantastic in net and we got a big power-play goal from Scham, and then Potomak icing it. Cornell, congratulations to them, they were a great opponent, and it was a very tough game as you saw. We’re blessed and thrilled to be headed back to the national championship game.”

After a scoreless first period, the Gophers got on the board when Schammel, the WCHA Scoring Champion, netted her 16th goal of the season at the 12:09 mark of the second period. Schammel buried the rebound off a shot by Olivia Knowles on Minnesota’s second power play of the game, breaking the scoreless tie midway through the game. Emily Oden also assisted on the play.

Late in the third period, Cornell pulled Boissonnault and Potomak scored her 11th goal of the season with an empty net tally to ice the win. The goal marked Potomak’s 12th point in her last seven games (5g-7a).

The Maroon & Gold went one-for-two on the power play while holding the Big Red scoreless on two power-play opportunities, including one in the game’s final six minutes. In addition to shutting down Cornell’s power play, the Gophers also blocked 15 shots in the third period.

The game began with a relatively even first period with shots on goal tied up at eight apiece at the first intermission. Minnesota’s best scoring chance of the first period was a breakaway by Potomak. She had Boissonnault beat, but her shot deflected off the pipe and back out.

Minnesota has won four of the last seven national championships and has seven national titles overall (2000, 2004, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016). The team looks for a historic eighth title national crown on Sunday.