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YCH News, Issue #016-- Playoff Hockey Recap
April 02, 2013
Your College Hockey Journey Begins Here!
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The NCAA Playoffs are coming to a close. The Men's and Women's National Champions have been determined for Division 3. Elmira College won the Women's National Championship and University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire won the men's. Minnesota won the National Championship in the Women's Division 1 NCAA Tournament. All that remains is the Men's Division 1 National Championship. You can follow our blog for updated scores and stats for the Men's D1 Frozen Four action.
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The NCAA season and playoffs have ended for many of this year's players, but that does not mean that they have finished playing for this year. On a daily basis, players are signing pro contracts and, in a good percentage of instances, players are foregoing their remaining NCAA years. Some are signing in the NHL, some are in the AHL or ECHL, and some are signing in Europe.
What this means to you is that extra roster spots become available in addition to the seniors that have graduated. So when you are doing your research about the teams you wish to pursue, remember to follow as many of their news and social media sources as possible. You might just find an opportunity that you never thought existed.
The final chapter of the CCHA has been written. The 2013 Mason Cup Championship game was the final moment of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association's history. Notre Dame defeated Michigan 3-1 to capture the final CCHA championship. Joe Costello of Notre Dame scored the last goal in the CCHA.
Each CCHA team has found a new home for next year. Notre Dame will be moving to Hockey East. Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State will be in the Big 10. Northern Michigan, Alaska, Ferris State, Lake Superior State and Bowling Green have found a new home in the WCHA. Miami-Ohio and Western Michigan will take up residence in the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference.
The CCHA developed many great NHL'rs such as Marty Turco, Ryan Miller and Doug Weight to name a few. It produced 8 NCAA Champs and helped develop 664 NHL draft picks, 7 Hobey Baker winners and 179 All Americans. It was a great conference for players to learn their craft.
Thank you CCHA for 42 years of awesome hockey!be a YCH Blogger. Share your favorite recruiting stories, your best recruiting tips or be a playoff blogger and follow your favorite team on their journey to the Frozen Four.
In our other interactive features, you can ask questions and receive answers from an NCAA coach so you can learn more about the NCAA process in our "Ask the Coach" section.
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