RIT 4, UConn 2: RIT advanced to the Atlantic Hockey final again with the help of two goals by Sean Murphy. UConn outshot RIT 41-27.
Air Force 3, Holy Cross 2: Air Force got Jacques Lamoureux’s 22nd and 23rd goals, including the game winner, to make it back to the Atlantic Hockey title game.
Miami 6, Notre Dame 2: Miami is good. Carter Camper had 2 goals and an assist and Andy Miele had 2 goals and 2 assists as Miami advanced to the CCHA title game.
Western Michigan 5, Michigan 2: Western Michigan locked up an NCAA tournament bid, and did it with the help of a goal and an assist from both Mike Leone and Kyle O’Kane.
Cornell 3, Dartmouth 0: Mike Garman stopped all 37 Dartmouth shots and Sean Whitney had the game winner for the Big Red, who are in the ECAC title game for a second straight year.
Yale 4, Colgate 0: Ryan Rondeau stopped all 22 Colgate shots and Andrew Miller had a goal and 2 assists. Chris Cahill had a goal and an assist
Boston College 5, Northeastern 4: A back and forth affair saw BC outlast the Huskies on goals from Brian Gibbons, Kevin Hayes, Steven Whitney, Tommy Cross and Pat Mullane.
Merrimack 4, New Hampshire 1: I am unbiased, but a standing ovation to the Warriors, to advanced to the Hockey East title game. Elliot Sheen had two goals for Merrimack, and somehow Mark Dennehy wasn’t named coach of the year in the league. Sure.
Denver 6, Bemidji State 2: The Beavers cinderella run came to an end on the backs of two goals from Kyle Ostrow and goals from both Drew and Nick Shore.
North Dakota 3, Colorado College 2: The Sioux became the first MacNaughton Cup winner to win a game at the Final Five in 3 years, despite two goals from Rylan Schwartz. Surprise surprise it was Matt Frattin taking over, with a great assist to Brad Malone to take the lead, and then after CC tied it it was Frattin with the game winner, his 34th goal of the year. Danny Kristo also had a goal on his first shift back after almost losing some toes to frostbite.