NCAA NORTHEAST HOCKEY REGIONAL - WORCESTER
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NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional - Worcester Tickets
Arena: DCU Center in Worcester
Notable Players: Nico Sturm, Adam Fox
Notable Teams: University of Massachusetts, University of New Hampshire, Harvard
NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional - Worcester TicketsThe NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional is an important step on the road to the NCAA Frozen Four. The participants in the tournament come from several conferences in the region. For example, in 2019, schools from the ECAC, Hockey East and the Big Ten faced off in the Northeast Regionals. The participating schools are selected based on their conference playoffs and a selection process. Things like the teams' regular season records are taken into account when selecting the final participating school. For example, in 2019, Harvard was selected for the Northeast Regional with an in-conference record of 13-7-2. This was exactly the same in-conference record as the ECAC conference champions, the Clarkson Golden Knights, who received an automatic berth. All four regional finals tournaments feature fast-paced, intense hockey. The winner of the Northeast Hockey Regional claims a berth in the Frozen Four where they compete for the NCAA Division I Hockey Championship. StubHub is the place to get tickets to all the best NCAA playoff hockey games.
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Where is the NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional played?The NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional is played in a different city annually. One of the schools in the region hosts the tournament. Holy Cross was named the host for the 2016 and 2020 Northeast Hockey Regionals at the DCU Center in Worcester. 2020 marks the 16th time Worcester has hosted this event. That's more Northeast Hockey Regionals than any other city. In 2019, the University of New Hampshire hosted the Northeast Regionals at the SNHU Arena. Typically, the venues for Northeast Regionals have a capacity of between 10,000 and 14,000 fans for hockey games.
What is the schedule for the NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional?The NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional takes place over two days each year. Each of the four regional tournaments is held over the same two days. The Hockey Regionals feature two semi-final games and one finals game. Each round of the tournament is single-elimination. There is also a media day before the competition starts. This gives coaches and players from the competing teams a chance to define themselves and answer questions from the media. These games are hotly contested as the winner of the tournament makes it to the Frozen Four, the NCAA's premier hockey event for the season.
Who are some notable matchups in the NCAA Northeast Hockey Regionals?The matchups can change every year in the NCAA Northeast Hockey Regionals. Over the years, some of the same schools have participated in this tournament several times. The University of New Hampshire, Notre Dame and the University of Massachusetts are all often competitors in the Northeast Regionals. Boston College and Boston University have also appeared multiple times.
What is a NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional game like?Northeast Regionals games are extremely hard fought, and players take them very seriously. This tournament pits some of the best hockey players in the NCAA against them, and teams really have to fight to score each goal. It's a very high caliber of play. Many of the players in these playoffs have already been drafted by NHL teams. For example, in recent years, both Harvard and the University of New Hampshire have fielded teams featuring several NHL draft picks. The Northeast Regional is a great place for fans to see young players as they develop into the professionals of tomorrow.
What events are similar to the NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional?The NCAA Northeast Hockey Regional shares the most in common with the other regional competitions: the Midwest, East and West. Each of these tournaments is hosted in a different city annually. The NCAA playoffs are a great place to see future NHL stars. The same is true for junior hockey in Canada where future professionals compete in the Ontario Hockey League and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League among others.
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