NCAA Midwest Hockey Regional - Allentown Tickets
NCAA Midwest Hockey Regional Schedule
The cream of the crop in NCAA hockey will be competing for a spot in the Frozen Four this year and many of the most exciting moments from the college hockey tournament will take place in the Regional Round as the teams battle for the spot that goes to the winner of the Regional. Playing in the NCAA Tournament is a dream come true for all of the student athletes involved are looking to advance as far as possible, ideally emerging as National Champs. College hockey is one of the most fiercely competitive sports in the country and when it comes down to tournament time the intensity is ratcheted up even further. StubHub is the place to get all the hockey tickets you will ever need, including tickets to the NCAA West Regional in Notre Dame, Indiana.
This season the Midwest Regional of the NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament will be held at the Compton Family Ice Arena in Notre Dame, Indiana. The facility is used as the home of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish hockey team during the regular season and has a well deserved reputation as one of the top college hockey venues in the country and you can be sure that the atmosphere inside the arena will be even more electric during the NCAA Tournament. The games are scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 28th and Sunday, March 29th with fans having the option to choose between single day tickets or a weekend pass. Fans will be coming to Notre Dame from all over the country to support their favorite team so be sure to get your tickets for these games early whether you want to attend one day or both days of the Regionals.
All season long every team in college hockey is competing not only to win their conference championship, but also to qualify for the NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament. The teams that are selected to participate in the Tournament are thrilled to be there and are among the best in all of NCAA hockey. However, their hard work is just beginning as they now will face some of their stiffest competition of the season in hopes of keeping their dreams alive and eventually bringing a National Championship back to their campus. In many ways the Regional weekend of the Tournament is the most exciting as there are always some underdogs who come away with a big upset and send a traditional powerhouse packing. The Regionals is where you can really begin getting an idea of which school actually has the best chance of making it to the Frozen Four and emerging on top.
Hockey fans in general are some of the most passionate sports fans around, but nothing quite matches the fanaticism surrounding college hockey and fans of the sixteen teams that are good enough to make it into the Tournament are some of the most dedicated and vociferous fans in the entire NCAA. On game day at the Compton Family Ice Arena, the fans file in and take their seats when the cheering and chanting begins and the Midwest Regional action is ready to get underway. As the clock winds down closer and closer to the dropping of the puck the crowd works itself into a frenzy. Finally both teams are ready for face off and the excitement really begins. Thunderous, bone rattling hits, incredible displays of speed and agility, powerful slapshots, and tremendous saves set the arena on fire for the following three periods of world class college hockey. By the time the final buzzer sounds your voice is hoarse and your palms are stinging from clapping and giving high fives and you will already be itching for the next game of the Tournament to begin. Regular season college hockey games are exciting as it is but NCAA Tournament are even more thrilling with both teams knowing they need to win in order to keep their dreams of a National Championship alive. Even if you are not a big time college hockey fan you are sure to have an unforgettable time at the Midwest Regional of the NCAA Hockey Tournament.
NCAA Hockey Tournament
The NCAA Men's College Hockey Tournament has a long and storied history that dates all the way back to 1948. Over the years, the format has evolved to its present state, which is sixteen teams from the 5 Division I conferences who are then divided up into four regions consisting of four teams. The single elimination tournament has grown into one of the most exciting college sporting events of the year. The top seed in each of the four regions is assigned to the arena closest to their campus to provide them with the best home ice advantage.
The first ten NCAA Men's Hockey Tournaments were all held at the Broadmoor Ice Palace, in Colorado Springs, although now the site Frozen Four rotates each year.
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