NCAA Midwest Hockey Regional Tickets - Cincinnati
NCAA Midwest Hockey Regional Tournament Tickets
that time of the year again, when the very best in college hockey begin the fight for the Frozen Four and a NCAA National
Championship. When the regional round comes to Cincinnati, Ohio on March 28-29, 2014, hockey fans all over the area will be
watching some of the top hockey stars in the country and NHL hopefuls. Hockey is a sport that is best seen live, with a seat
behind the glass being the most exciting place to sit in sports. College Hockey is as tough as ever and the sixteen teams
competing in the tournament are all worthy of getting to the Frozen Four. The NCAA Division I Men's Hockey Tournament is comprised
of four regions, East, West, Midwest and Northwest, with four teams each for a total of 16 teams making the postseason tournament.
Before the tournament expanded in 2003, only twelve teams made it to the postseason. You can see all of the action live, experiencing
the speed and action the way hockey is meant to be seen. Get your tickets to the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio and you
are sure to see some of the most exciting college hockey action of the season.
live hockey game is one of the most exciting experiences in sports. The speed of the players is so much more evident when
seen from the stands and a seat on the glass will give you quite a rush. The four teams competing in the Midwest Region of
the NCAA Hockey Tournament in Cincinnati, Ohio will give fans everything that you need from a sport- speed, skill, rivalries
and outstanding fan bases. The teams who are competing in this year's Midwest Region will face off at the US Bank Arena in
Cincinnati, Ohio with the University of Miami (Ohio) serving as the host school for the event. US Bank Arena is a world class
arena that sits on the banks of the Ohio River. Since it opened in 1975, US Bank Arena has hosted the Cincinnati Bearcats
basketball home games, Cincinnati Rockers of the Arena Football League, Cincinnati Tigers of the Central Hockey League and
is the current home of the Cincinnati Cyclones, a professional team in the East Coast Hockey League. You know that the fans
will show up by the thousands to cheer on their student athletes and hope to help them secure a spot in the Frozen Four in
Philadelphia. Grab your school gear and get to US Bank Arena for one of the best atmospheres in all of college sports.
With talent up and down the standings in College Hockey, this year's road to the Frozen Four in Philadelphia
is certain to be very competitive. College Hockey proves every year that it is one of the most exciting sports in all of college
athletics and when the NCAA Tournament gets underway in the four regions, the intensity will escalate. College Hockey fans
are known for their passion, and attending a regional tournament game is a thrilling experience for fans. Teams need all the
help they can getting through these tough matchups, so the spirit of the fans can definitely help boost the teams play and
morale. Fans will flock to US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio by the thousands and the atmosphere is sure to be electric. Don't
miss out on one of the most exciting postseason tournaments in the country by getting your tickets to the NCAA Tournament
Midwest Regional event today.
The regional round of the NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament sees the
top sixteen teams in the country face off in four regions of four teams. This year is proving to be some of the best competition
in years, making the regional round extremely close and will offer fans three periods of wall to wall action. With top tier
Men's Hockey programs like Boston College, Union, Ferris State, University of Minnesota and Mercyhurst currently at the top
of their conferences standing, this could be the toughest tournament in memory.
NCAA Midwest Hockey Regional
The NCAA Men's College Hockey Tournament has a long and illustrious history that dates back to 1948. Over the
years, the format has evolved to it's current state, which is 16 teams from the 5 Division I conferences are divided up into
4 regions of 4 teams. This single elimination tournament has become one of the most exciting college sporting events of the
year. To add an extra twist, the #1 seed is set to play in a host city as close to campus as possible. Don't miss a minute
of this fast paced game where teams are going to leave it all out on the ice as they vie for a trip to Philadelphia.
NCAA Midwest Hockey Regional Trivia
The NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament was first played in 1948, when the Michigan
Wolverines became the sport's first champion. Where was the first hockey tournament played?
The very first NCAA Men's
Hockey Tournament was held at the Broadmoor Ice Palace, in Colorado Springs. The rink was the home of the first 10 tournaments
before it began moving to difference cities every year.