Best NCAA College Hockey Tickets.
- Secure Purchase
- 125% Refund Policy
- Telephone Support
NCAA Ice Hockey Ticket Information
Find genuine Official NCAA Hockey Tickets and official NCAA ticket packages that include pre game hospitality or official amenities at every round of the NCAA Men’s ice Hockey Championship.
In the 2011-12 season 301 NHL players came from college hockey backgrounds, making college hockey the fastest growing development path to the NHL and a bigger source of talent than all of Europe.
The NCAA ice hockey tournament started in 1948 with four teams. Since then the tournament has expanded to 16 teams divided into four regionals. Michigan has the most NCAA Men’s Hockey championships with nine.
NCAA Regular Season
The NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship refers to one of two championships in men’s ice hockey contested by the NCAA since 1971 to determine the top team in the NCAA Division I and Division III.
The NCAA Division II Men’s Ice Hockey Championship was previously held from 1978 to 1982 and from 1993 to 1999, but it was discontinued due to a lack of Division II conferences sponsoring ice hockey.
NCAA teams are allowed to play 34 games during the regular season, not including conference post-season tournaments and the NCAA tournament.
Conferences may impose further restrictions. Some in-season tournaments, special games and games played in Alaska are exempted from the 34-game limit.
NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship NCAA Division III Men’s Ice Hockey Championship The semi-finals and finals are branded as the Frozen Four, a passing nod to the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship – known as the Final Four in its final rounds.
The final two rounds of the hockey tournament were first referred to as the Frozen Four in 1999. The NCAA started a Women’s Frozen Four beginning with the 2000-01 season.
Frozen Four College Ice Hockey
The NCAA crowns its national champion at the culmination of the college hockey season, the Frozen Four, each spring.
Held before sellout crowds at NHL arenas, the Frozen Four consists of the two semifinal games and one championship game, played over three days. Each game is broadcast live on the ESPN family of networks. The Frozen Four is the culmination of the NCAA Tournament, which has been held each year since 1948.
The tournament expanded to its current 16-team format in 2003.
NCAA College Hockey News[cetsEmbedRSS id=http://feeds.feedburner.com/Uschocom itemcount=5 itemauthor=0 itemdate=0 itemcontent=0]