NCHC Championship Tickets
NCHC Championship Schedule
Whatever the sport, college championships are traditionally some of the most exciting and hotly contested competitions in all of sports, and the NCHC Championship, one of college hockey's best conference's championship tournament is certainly no exception. The NCHC is a Division I college hockey conference and the conference tournament in many ways ends up deciding which team or teams go on to represent the NCHC in the NCAA Tournament. The NCHC CHampionship is one of the newer college hockey conference tournaments but it has already established itself as one of the most exciting. With a fast-paced game and bone rattling hits, hockey offers some of the most graceful athleticism juxtaposed with brute strength and ferocity, a mix not found in any other sport to the same degree. Be there to witness the crack of the next powerful slapshot and the next amazing save by a goalie sprawling across the crease to keep the puck out of the net.
This season the NCHC Championship will unfold over the course of two days at the end of March. The semifinals will be held on Friday, March 20th, with the finals being held on Saturday the 21st. All of the action will unfold at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota which is one of the best places in North America to catch a top notch hockey game. The event is also known as the NCHC Frozen Faceoff and fans can et tickets to either day or a weekend pass to see the semifinals and final. StubHub is the place to get all of the hockey tickets you could ever desire, including tickets to all rounds of the NCHC Championship, just be sure to get yours while the best seats are still available.
The NCHC played its first season of collegiate hockey last season after teams from the CCHA and the WCHA came together to create a new conference after their previous conferences lost teams to the newly formed Big Ten hockey conference. The conference is primarily made up of schools from the Midwest and its members include the Denver Pioneers, the St. Cloud Huskies, Colorado College, University of Minnesota – Duluth, Miami University, University of North Dakota, and Western Michigan University. Prior to joining the NCHC the Broncos were members of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association, or CCHA, which was one of the most storied conferences in the entire NCAA. The CCHA had some of the best rivalries in all of college hockey before it was dissolved in 2013 and the teams who continue to play in the NCHC are sure to continue their excellence and help make the NCHC one of the best conferences in all of college hockey.
Hockey fans in general, and college hockey fans specifically are hands down some of the most intense and raucous you will find anywhere in the world. The NCHC is fortunate enough to have some of the best fans of them all and they really bring the energy to a whole other level during the playoffs. From the moment you enter the arena it is clear that this will be a sports game unlike anything you have ever experienced. The fans with the help of an enthusiastic announcer help get the arena to the point of exploding just before the puck drops for the opening face off and as the big time hits pile up, and the crack of big slapshots fill the arena the excitement only continues to build. Big plays that will get you out of your seat screaming and high-fiving total strangers will have you eager to make a return to the next NCHC Championship game. All of this combines to make an electric environment at any of the excellent arenas in the league whenever two of the premiere NCHC teams take the ice and there is no other atmosphere in college hockey or perhaps all of college sports which matches that of thousands of hardcore hockey fans cheering and screaming for their favorite NCHC team during conference playoffs.
NCHC Championship Target Center
The 2015 NCHC Championship will be held at the Target Center and if you are looking to attend some of the best sporting or entertainment events in the Minneapolis area then you will need to get your hands on some tickets for this venue. It is mostly known as home to the Minnesota Timberwolves who feature some of the hottest young talent in the NBA, but also is home to the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA and hosts, concerts, political events, and a wide variety of sporting events ranging from high school sports to the pros. The venue first opened in 1990 and underwent a major renovation in 2004 which brought the Target Center into the 21st Century and helped make it far and away one of the premiere entertainment hubs in the area.
Combined, the current members of the NCHC have won 17 NCAA champions and 74 regular season or conference tournament championships.
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