ECAC Northeast Tournament

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ECAC Northeast Tournament
Conference Hockey Championship
SportIce hockey
ConferenceECAC Northeast
FormatSingle-elimination
Played1972–2016


History[edit]

The ECAC Northeast Tournament began in 1972, after several teams formed the first third-tier ice hockey conference. For the first three years the championship was only a single game between the teams judged to be the top two in the conference. Because all games between ECAC teams regardless of division were counted the teams with the two best records weren't necessarily invited to play. In 1975 the tournament was expanded to 4 teams with one of the four chosen as the host. Host teams were dropped after 1977 with the higher-seeded teams playing at home afterwards. With the conference ballooning to more than two dozen teams, the conference tournament was expanded to 8 for 1984. Two years later the conference split into North and South divisions with each holding an individual 6-team postseason tournament and the two champions meeting to decide the conference champion. When the conference divided itself into three divisions for the 1992–93 season, the divisional tournament was scrapped and replaced with a single 8-team series. The top teams from each division were seeded 1-3 according to their overall conference records while the five teams with the best remaining conference records were seeded 4-8. In 1998 the conference abandoned divisional alignments but did not change the form of the conference tournament. A year later the four Division II programs in the conference played in a separate Division II tournament, allowing the remaining 14 teams to vie for the official ECAC Northeast championship with the champion receiving an automatic bid to the National Tournament.

1986[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
February 26
Divisional Semifinals
March 2
Divisional Championships
March 5
Conference Championship
March 8
                                     
N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 4  
 
N4 Curry 5  
N3 Plymouth State 4
N6 Saint Michael's 2
  N4 Curry 5  
North
  N3 Plymouth State 2  
N4 Curry 3
N5 Assumption 2
N2 Fitchburg State 6
 
N3 Plymouth State 7  
  N4 Curry 1
  S1 Trinity 5
S1 Trinity 7
 
S5 St. John's 1  
S3 Iona 8
S6 Amherst 4
  S1 Trinity 9
South
  S2 Connecticut College 4  
S4 Quinnipiac 1
S5 St. John's 6
S2 Connecticut College 3
 
S3 Iona 2  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

1987[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
February 25
Divisional Semifinals
March 1
Divisional Championships
March 4
Conference Championship
March 7
                                     
N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 6  
 
N5 Curry 4  
N3 Fitchburg State 7
N6 Hawthorne 3
  N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 8  
North
  N2 Fitchburg State 3  
N4 New Hampshire College 1
N5 Curry 2
N3 Fitchburg State 4
 
N2 Framingham State 3  
  N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 3
  S1 Trinity 5
S1 Trinity 11
 
S4 Wesleyan 1  
S3 Connecticut College 10
S6 Roger Williams 2
  S1 Trinity 7
South
  S2 Quinnipiac 5  
S4 Wesleyan 8
S5 Iona 5
S2 Quinnipiac 6
 
S3 Connecticut College 1  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

1988[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
February 24
Divisional Semifinals
February 27
Divisional Championships
March 2
Conference Championship
March 5
                                     
N1 Curry 2  
 
N4 Tufts 7  
N3 Southeastern Massachusetts 5
N6 Plymouth State 2
  N4 Tufts 2  
North
  N2 Fitchburg State 8  
N4 Tufts 9
N5 Saint Michael's 5
N2 Fitchburg State 4
 
N3 Southeastern Massachusetts 3  
  N2 Fitchburg State 1
  S1 Trinity 2
S1 Trinity 8
 
S4 Iona 3  
S3 Quinnipiac 6
S6 Skidmore 1
  S1 Trinity 7
South
  S2 Connecticut College 5  
S4 Iona 5
S5 Roger Williams 3
S2 Connecticut College 5
 
S3 Quinnipiac 1  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

1989[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
March 1
Divisional Semifinals
March 4
Divisional Championships
March 8
Conference Championship
March 11
                                     
N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 4  
 
N5 Fitchburg State 3  
N3 Saint Michael's 5
N6 Suffolk 4
  N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 10  
North
  N2 Curry 4  
N4 Tufts 2
N5 Fitchburg State 3
N2 Curry 9
 
N3 Saint Michael's 0  
  N1 Southeastern Massachusetts 4
  S1 Iona 2
S1 Iona 3
 
S4 Amherst 0  
S3 Trinity 11
S6 Wesleyan 1
  S1 Iona 5
South
  S3 Trinity 3  
S5 Western New England 1
S4 Amherst 4
S2 Connecticut College 1
 
S3 Trinity 3  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

1990[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
February 28
Divisional Semifinals
March 3
Divisional Championships
March 7
Conference Championship
March 10
                                     
N1 Fitchburg State 10  
 
N5 New Hampshire College 4  
N3 Assumption 8**
N6 Curry 7
  N1 Fitchburg State 3  
North
  N2 Southeastern Massachusetts 1  
N4 Southern Maine 2
N5 New Hampshire College 4
N2 Southeastern Massachusetts 9
 
N3 Assumption 4  
  N1 Fitchburg State 6
  S2 Connecticut College 5
S1 Trinity 5
 
Western New England 1  
S3 Iona 5
S6 Roger Williams 2
  S1 Trinity 3
South
  S2 Connecticut College 4  
Western New England 4
Amherst 3
S2 Connecticut College 5
 
S3 Iona 4  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

1991[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
February 27
Divisional Semifinals
March 2
Divisional Championships
March 6
Conference Championship
March 9
                                     
N1 Fitchburg State 5  
 
N4 Plymouth State 3  
N3 Southeastern Massachusetts 6
N6 Tufts 3
  N1 Fitchburg State 10  
North
  N2 Suffolk 8  
N4 Plymouth State 5
N5 Assumption 4
N2 Suffolk 6
 
N3 Southeastern Massachusetts 5  
  N1 Fitchburg State 3
  S2 Trinity 4*
S1 Iona 6
 
S5 Amherst 8  
S3 Roger Williams 8
S6 Skidmore 3
  S5 Amherst 3
South
  S2 Trinity 4  
S4 Western New England 2
S5 Amherst 5
S2 Trinity 2
 
S3 Roger Williams 1  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

1992[edit]

  Divisional Quarterfinals
March 4
Divisional Semifinals
March 7
Divisional Championships
March 11
Conference Championship
March 14
                                     
N1 Assumption 4  
 
N5 Massachusetts–Dartmouth 1  
N3 Southern Maine 3
N6 Framingham State 1
  N1 Assumption 4  
North
  N2 Fitchburg State 7  
N4 Massachusetts–Dartmouth 5
N5 Suffolk 2
N2 Fitchburg State 4
 
N3 Southern Maine 3  
  N2 Fitchburg State 2
  S1 Amherst 3
S3 Fairfield 2
 
S2 Western New England 5  
S3 Fairfield 5*
S6 Skidmore 4
  S2 Western New England 4
South
  S1 Amherst 5*  
S4 Iona 7
S5 Wesleyan 5
S1 Amherst 6
 
S4 Iona 1  

Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

See also[edit]

ECAC 2 Tournament
Commonwealth Coast Conference ice hockey Tournament

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