NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship

The U.S. Collegiate Championship in ice hockey is held annually by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It is considered important Hockey Championship, which will be held exclusively in the USA, since both the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League will be organized together with Canada.

The Hockey finals, the NCAA called "Frozen Four". When men and women is played in two divisions, each division plays off the I national champion. The best player in the men awarded the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Simultaneously, there is for the ladies the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award.

  • 2.1 Division I
  • 2.2 Division III


Division I



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Division II

Until 1999 was played in addition to a Division II, but which was then dissolved due to lack of participants.

Division III

Since 1984 is played in a third division, which retained its name even after the dissolution of Division II.


Since 2001 the college championship of the Ladies is played by the NCAA. Although there was never a " Division II " means the second division following the Lord leagues " Division III ".

Division I

Division III