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WCHA Regular Season Champions

Year           Champion               GP     Record
1951-52     Colorado College     12     10-2-0
1952-53     Minnesota     20     16-4-0
  Michigan     16     12-4-0
1953-54     Minnesota     20     16-3-1
1954-55     Colorado College     18     14-4-0
1955-56     Michigan     18     15-2-1
1956-57     Colorado College     18     14-4-0
1957-58     North Dakota     20     15-5-0
  Denver     22     12-10-0
1958-59     No League Play    
1959-60     Denver     22     17-4-1
1960-61     Denver     18     17-1-0
1961-62     Michigan Tech     20     17-3-0
1962-63     Denver     18     12-6-0
  North Dakota     18     11-5-2
1963-64     Michigan     14     12-2-0
1964-65     North Dakota     16     13-3-0
1965-66     Michigan Tech     20     15-4-1
1966-67     North Dakota     22     16-6-0
1967-68     Denver     18     15-3-0
1968-69     Michigan Tech     20     14-5-1
1969-70     Minnesota     26     18-8-0
1970-71     Michigan Tech     22     18-4-0
1971-72     Denver     28     19-9-0
1972-73     Denver     28     20-8-0
1973-74     Michigan Tech     28     20-6-2
1974-75     Minnesota     32     24-8-0
1975-76     Michigan Tech     32     25-7-0
1976-77     Wisconsin     32     26-5-1
1977-78     Denver     32     27-5-0
1978-79     North Dakota     32     22-10-0
1979-80     North Dakota     28     21-6-1
1980-81     Minnesota     28     20-8-0
1981-82     North Dakota     26     19-7-0
1982-83     Minnesota     26     18-7-1
1983-84     Minnesota Duluth     26     19-5-2
1984-85     Minnesota Duluth     34     25-7-2
1985-86     Denver     34     25-9-0
1986-87     North Dakota     35     29-6-0
1987-88     Minnesota     35     28-7-0
1988-89     Minnesota     35     27-6-2
1989-90     Wisconsin     28     19-8-1
1990-91     Northern Michigan     32     25-3-4
1991-92     Minnesota     32     26-6-0
1992-93     Minnesota Duluth     32     21-9-2
1993-94     Colorado College     32     18-9-5
1994-95     Colorado College     32     22-9-1
1995-96     Colorado College     32     26-2-4
1996-97     North Dakota     32     21-10-1
  Minnesota     32     21-10-1
1997-98     North Dakota     28     21-6-1
1998-99     North Dakota     28     24-2-2
1999-00     Wisconsin     28     23-5-0
2000-01     North Dakota     28     18-4-6
2001-02     Denver     28     21-6-1
2002-03     Colorado College     28     19-4-5
2003-04     North Dakota     28     20-5-3
2004-05     Denver     28     19-7-2
  Colorado College     28     19-7-2
2005-06     Minnesota     28     20-5-3
2006-07     Minnesota     28     18-7-3
2007-08     Colorado College     28     21-6-1
2008-09     North Dakota     28     17-7-4
2009-10     Denver     28     19-5-4
2010-11     North Dakota     28     21-6-1
2011-12     Minnesota     28     20-8-0
2012-13     St. Cloud State     28     18-9-1
  Minnesota     28     16-7-5
2013-14 Ferris State 28     20-6-2

WCHA Playoff Champions

Season     Champion(s) (Head Coach)
1959-60     Denver* (Murray Armstrong)
  Michigan Tech* (John MacInnes)
1960-61     Denver* (Murray Armstrong)
  Minnesota* (John Mariucci)
1961-62     Michigan Tech (John MacInnes)
1962-63     Denver (Murray Armstrong)
1963-64     Denver (Murray Armstrong
1964-65     Michigan Tech (John MacInnes)
1965-66     Denver (Murray Armstrong)
  Michigan State (Amo Bessone)
1966-67     Michigan State • (Amo Bessone)
  North Dakota • (Bill Selman)
1967-68     Denver • (Murray Armstrong)
  North Dakota • (Bill Selman)
1968-69     Denver + (Murray Armstrong)
  Michigan Tech + (John MacInnes)
1969-70     Michigan Tech + (John MacInnes)
  Wisconsin + (Bob Johnson)
1970-71     Denver + (Murray Armstrong)
  Minnesota + (Herb Brooks)
1971-72     Denver • (Murray Armstrong)
  Wisconsin • (Bob Johnson)
1972-73     Denver • (Murray Armstrong)
  Wisconsin • (Bob Johnson)
1973-74     Michigan Tech • (John MacInnes)
  Minnesota • (Herb Brooks)
1974-75     Michigan Tech • (John MacInnes)
  Minnesota • (Herb Brooks)
1975-76     Michigan Tech • (John MacInnes)
  Minnesota • (Herb Brooks)
1976-77     Wisconsin (Bob Johnson)
1977-78     Colorado College • (Jeff Sauer)
  Wisconsin • (Bob Johnson)
1978-79     Minnesota • (Herb Brooks)
  North Dakota • (Gino Gasparini)
1979‑80     Minnesota • (Herb Brooks)
  North Dakota • (Gino Gasparini)
1980-81     Michigan Tech • (John MacInnes)
  Minnesota • (Brad Buetow)
1981-82     Wisconsin (Bob Johnson)
1982-83     Wisconsin (Jeff Sauer)
1983-84     Minnesota Duluth (Mike Sertich)
1984-85     Minnesota Duluth (Mike Sertich)
1985-86     Denver (Ralph Backstrom)
1986-87     North Dakota (Gino Gasparini)
1987-88     Wisconsin (Jeff Sauer)
1988-89     Northern Michigan (Rick Comley)
1989-90     Wisconsin (Jeff Sauer)
1990-91     Northern Michigan (Rick Comley)
1991-92     Northern Michigan (Rick Comley)
1992-93     Minnesota (Doug Woog)
1993-94     Minnesota (Doug Woog)
1994-95     Wisconsin (Jeff Sauer)
1995-96     Minnesota (Doug Woog)
1996-97     North Dakota (Dean Blais)
1997-98     Wisconsin (Jeff Sauer)
1998-99     Denver (George Gwozdecky)
1999-00     North Dakota (Dean Blais)
2000-01     St. Cloud State (Craig Dahl)
2001-02     Denver (George Gwozdecky)
2002-03     Minnesota (Don Lucia)
2003-04     Minnesota (Don Lucia)
2004-05     Denver (George Gwozdecky)
2005-06     North Dakota (Dave Hakstol)
2006-07     Minnesota (Don Lucia)
2007-08     Denver (George Gwozdecky)
2008-09     Minnesota Duluth (Scott Sandelin)
2009-10     North Dakota (Dave Hakstol)
2010-11     North Dakota (Dave Hakstol)
2011-12     North Dakota (Dave Hakstol)
2012-13     Wisconsin (Mike Eaves)
2013-14     Minnesota State (Mike Hastings)
* first-round playoff winners; • second-round playoff winners; + East and West Regional playoff winners

WCHA Playoff Championship Appearances, By Team, Since 1987

Following, by team, are appearances in the modern-era WCHA Playoff Championship. Beginning with the 1987-88 season, the WCHA went to single site championship with four teams involved from 1988-92. In 1992-93, the WCHA Final Five was created. (*indicates playoff champion)

Alaska Anchorage (2004, 2011, 2014)

Bemidji State (2011)

Bowling Green (2014)

Colorado College (1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2013)

Denver (1989, 1995, 1997, 1999*, 2002*, 2005*, 2008*, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).

Ferris State (2014)

Michigan Tech (1993, 1994, 1996, 2007, 2012)

Minnesota (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993*, 1994*, 1995, 1996*, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003*, 2004*, 2005, 2006, 2007*, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013)

Minnesota Duluth (1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009*, 2010, 2011, 2012)

Minnesota State (2000, 2003, 2013, 2014)

North Dakota (1988, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1997*, 1998, 1999, 2000*, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006*, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010*, 2011*, 2012*, 2013)

Northern Michigan (1989*, 1990, 1991*, 1992*, 1993, 1994)

St. Cloud State (1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001*, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013)

Wisconsin (1988*, 1989, 1990*, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995*, 1996, 1998*, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2013*)


WCHA Playoff Championship Summaries

1959-60
Playoff Champions:
Denver, Michigan Tech
WCHA Playoffs (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 2 @ Denver 9; Colorado College 1 @ Denver 3 (DU wins series, 12-3). North Dakota 3 @ Michigan Tech 4; North Dakota 4 @ Michigan Tech 5 (MTU wins series, 9-7).

1960-61
Playoff Champions:
Denver, Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs (2 games, total goals). Michigan Tech 1 @ Denver 9; Michigan Tech 2 @ Denver 8 (DU wins series, 17-3); Michigan 1 @ Minnesota 3; Michigan 3 @ Minnesota 3 (UM wins series, 6-4).

1961-62
Playoff Champion:
Michigan Tech
WCHA Playoffs @ Michigan Coliseum, Ann Arbor, MI. Semi-Finals: Michigan State 1 @ Michigan Tech 5; Denver 4 @ Michigan 8. 3rd Place Game: Michigan State 4 vs Denver 3. Championship Game: Michigan Tech 6 vs Michigan 4.

1962-63
Playoff Champion:
Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota 0 @ Denver 3; Minnesota 2 @ Denver 6 (DU wins series, 9-2); Michigan Tech 0 @ North Dakota 2; Michigan Tech 1 @ North Dakota 6 (UND wins series, 8-1)
WCHA Playoff Finals @ DU Arena, Denver, CO. Denver 5 vs North Dakota 4 (ot).

1963-64
Playoff Champion:
Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Michigan Tech 3 @ Michigan 4; Michigan Tech 5 @ Michigan 5 (Michigan wins series, 9-8); North Dakota 2 @ Denver 6; North Dakota 3 @ Denver 3 (DU wins series, 9-5).
WCHA Playoff Finals @ Michigan Coliseum, Ann Arbor, MI. Denver 6 vs Michigan 2.

1964-65
Playoff Champion:
Michigan Tech
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota 4 @ Michigan Tech 8 Minnesota 3 @ Michigan Tech 3 (MTU wins series,11-7): Michigan State 1 @ North Dakota 7; Michigan State 6 @ North Dakota 4 (UND wins series, 11-7).
WCHA Playoff Finals @ Winter Sports Building, Grand Forks, ND. Michigan Tech 6 vs North Dakota 4.

1965-66
Playoff Champions:
Michigan State, Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round. Minnesota Duluth 3 @ Michigan Tech 9; Minnesota 3 @ North Dakota 4; Denver 8 @ Colorado College 2; Michigan State 3 @ Michigan 2.
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round. Michigan Tech 2 @ Michigan State 4; North Dakota 4 @ Denver 5 (ot).

1966-67
Playoff Champions:
Michigan State, North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round. Michigan Tech 6 @ Minnesota Duluth 4; North Dakota 7 @ Minnesota 2; Colorado College 3 @ Denver 6; Michigan 2 @ Michigan State 4.
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round. Michigan State 2 @ Michigan Tech 1 (ot); North Dakota 3 @ Denver 2.

1967-68
Playoff Champions:
Denver, North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round. Minnesota Duluth 4 @ Denver 11; Colorado College 2 @ Michigan Tech 5; Michigan State 2 @ North Dakota 5; Minnesota 5 @ Michigan 3.
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota 0 @ Denver 9; Minnesota 3 @ Denver 7 (DU wins series, 16-3). North Dakota 0 @ Michigan Tech 0; North Dakota 3 @ Michigan Tech 2 (UND wins series, 3-2).

1968-69
Playoff Champions:
Michigan Tech, Denver
WCHA East Regional @ Ann Arbor, MI. 1st Round: Michigan Tech 4 vs Michigan State 2; Michigan 8 vs Minnesota 4. Championship Game: Michigan Tech 7 vs Michigan 4.
WCHA West Regional @ Denver, CO. 1st Round: Denver 4 vs Minnesota Duluth 1; Colorado College 5 vs North Dakota 4. Championship Game: Denver 3 vs Colorado College 1.

1969-70
Playoff Champions:
Michigan Tech, Wisconsin
WCHA East Regional @ Duluth, MN. 1st Round: Michigan Tech 5 @ North Dakota 3; Minnesota 3 @ Minnesota Duluth 2 (3ot). Championship Game: Michigan Tech 6 vs Minnesota 5.
WCHA West Regional @ Denver, CO. 1st Round: Wisconsin 2 vs Michigan 1; Denver 6 vs Michigan State 2. Championship Game: Wisconsin 3 vs Denver 2.

1970-71
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Minnesota, Denver
WCHA East Regional @ Madison, WI. 1st Round: North Dakota 6 vs Michigan Tech 4; Minnesota 4 vs Wisconsin 3. Championship Game: Minnesota 5 vs North Dakota 2.
WCHA West Regional @ Denver, CO. 1st Round: Denver 6 vs Colorado College 3; Minnesota Duluth 4 vs Michigan State 3 (ot). Championship Game: Denver 9 vs Minnesota Duluth 3.

1971-72
Playoff Champions:
Denver, Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Notre Dame 2 @ Denver 7; Notre Dame 3 @ Denver 4 (DU wins series, 11-5). Michigan Tech 5 @ Wisconsin 3; Michigan Tech 1 @ Wisconsin 6 (UW wins series, 9-6). Michigan 1 @ North Dakota 5; Michigan 2 @ North Dakota 10 (UND wins series, 15-3). Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Michigan State 4; Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Michigan State 4 (MSU wins series, 8-4).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round. Michigan State 1 @ Denver 2; Michigan State 3 @ Denver 9 (DU wins series, 11-4). North Dakota 1 @ Wisconsin 1; North Dakota 1 @ Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 6-2).

1972-73
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Denver, Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota Duluth 4 @ Denver 5; Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Denver 4 (DU wins series, 9-6). North Dakota 0 @ Notre Dame 5; North Dakota 3 @ Notre Dame 8 (Notre Dame wins series, 13-3). Minnesota 6 @ Wisconsin 8; Minnesota 4 @ Wisconsin 6 (UW wins series, 14-10). Michigan Tech 7 @ Michigan State 2; Michigan Tech 1 @ Michigan State 3 (MTU wins series, 8-5).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Michigan Tech 3 @ Denver 3; Michigan Tech 0 @ Denver 4 (DU wins series, 7-3). Wisconsin 4 @ Notre Dame 4;  Wisconsin 4 @ Notre Dame 3 (UW wins series, 8-7).

1973-74
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Michigan Tech, Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Notre Dame 2 @ Michigan Tech 4; Notre Dame 2 @ Michigan Tech 2 (MTU wins series, 6-4). Michigan 1 @ Minnesota 5; Michigan 4 @ Minnesota 5 (Michigan wins series, 10-5). Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Denver 3; Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Denver 5 (DU wins series, 8-4). Wisconsin 1 @ Michigan State 4; Wisconsin 4 @ Michigan State 3 (MSU wins series, 7-5).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Michigan State 8 @ Michigan Tech 6; Michigan State 2 @ Michigan Tech 6 (MTU wins series, 12-10). Denver 3 @ Minnesota 3; Denver 1 @ Minnesota 2 (UM wins series, 5-4).

1974-75
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Minnesota, Michigan Tech
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota Duluth 0 @ Minnesota 6; Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Minnesota 4 (UM wins series, 10-2). Notre Dame 0 @ Michigan Tech 2; Notre Dame 3 @ Michigan Tech 6 (MTU wins series, 8-3). Michigan 4 @ Colorado College 3; Michigan 9 @ Colorado College 8 (Michigan wins series, 13-11). Michigan State 4 @ Wisconsin 5; Michigan State 7 @ Wisconsin 4 (MSU wins series, 11-9).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Michigan 3 @ Minnesota 3; Michigan 2 @ Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 8-5). Michigan State 4 @ Michigan Tech 6; Michigan State 4 @ Michigan Tech 9 (MTU wins series, 15-8).

1975-76
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Michigan Tech, Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Denver 4 @ Michigan Tech 5; Denver 6 @ Michigan 8 (MTU wins series, 13-10). Wisconsin 4 @ Michigan State 6; Wisconsin 4 @ Michigan State 6 (MSU wins series, 12-8). Colorado College 4 @ Minnesota 7; Colorado College 1 @ Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 12-5). Notre Dame 3 @ Michigan 8; Notre Dame 5 @ Michigan 4 (Michigan wins series, 12-8).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Michigan 2 @ Michigan Tech 4; Michigan 5 @ Michigan Tech 6 (MTU wins series, 10-7). Minnesota 2 @ Michigan State 2; Minnesota 7 @ Michigan State 6 (3 ot) (UM wins series, 9-8).

1976-77
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 1 @ Wisconsin 3; Colorado College 1 @ Wisconsin 3 (UW wins series, 6-2). Minnesota 1 @ Notre Dame 5; Minnesota 9 @ Notre Dame 2 (UM wins series, 10-7). Michigan Tech 5 @ Michigan 6; Michigan Tech 2 @ Michigan 5 (Michigan wins series, 11-7). North Dakota 3 @ Denver 8; North Dakota 2 @ Denver 7 (DU wins series, 15-5).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota 5 @ Wisconsin 9; Minnesota 3 @ Wisconsin 8 (UW wins series, 17-8). Denver 4 @ Michigan 6; Denver 4 @ Michigan 11 (Michigan wins series, 17-8).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI (2 games, total goals). Wisconsin 4 vs Michigan 0; Wisconsin 5 vs Michigan 4 (UW wins series, 9-4).

1977-78
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Colorado College, Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Notre Dame 6 @ Denver 6; Notre Dame 1 @ Denver 7 (DU wins series, 13-7). Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Wisconsin 9; Minnesota Duluth 4 @ Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 14-6). North Dakota 2 @ Michigan Tech 2; North Dakota 2 @ Michigan Tech 3 (ot) (MTU wins series, 5-4). Colorado College 3 @ Minnesota 3; Colorado College 5 @ Minnesota 4 (CC wins series, 8-7).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 6 @ Denver 3; Colorado College 3 @ Denver 4 (CC wins series, 9-7). Michigan Tech 3 @ Wisconsin 4; Michigan Tech 4 @ Wisconsin 7 (UW wins series, 11-7).

1978-79
WCHA Playoff Champions:
North Dakota, Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 3 @ North Dakota 6; Colorado College 3 @ North Dakota 7 (UND wins series, 13-6). Michigan Tech 3 @ Minnesota 5; Michigan Tech 1 @ Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 11-4). Denver 2 @ Minnesota Duluth 5; Denver 4 @ Minnesota Duluth 2 (UMD wins series, 7-6). Notre Dame 5 @ Wisconsin 11; Notre Dame 2 @ Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 16-7).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Wisconsin 2 @ North Dakota 4; Wisconsin 7 @ North Dakota 7 (UND wins series, 11-9). Minnesota Duluth 1 @ Minnesota 2; Minnesota Duluth 3 @ Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 8-4).

1979-80
WCHA Playoff Champions:
North Dakota, Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Michigan State 1 @ North Dakota 8; Michigan State 3 @ North Dakota 5 (UND wins series, 13-4). Michigan Tech 2 @ Minnesota 7; Michigan Tech 3 @ Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 13-5). Minnesota Duluth 3 @ Colorado College 4; Minnesota Duluth 6 @ Colorado College 7 (CC wins series, 11-9). Notre Dame 8 @ Michigan 3; Notre Dame 3 @ Michigan 4 (Notre Dame wins series, 11-7).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Notre Dame 4 @ North Dakota 10; Notre Dame 4 @ North Dakota 7 (UND wins series, 17-8). Colorado College 3 @ Minnesota 5; Colorado College 1 @ Minnesota 8 (UM wins series, 13-4).

1980-81
WCHA Playoff Champions:
Minnesota, Michigan Tech
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota Duluth 1 @ Minnesota 5; Minnesota Duluth 7 @ Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 10-8). Colorado College 2 @ Wisconsin 8; Colorado College 11 @ Wisconsin 4 (CC wins series, 13-12). North Dakota 4 @ Michigan Tech 7; North Dakota 1 @ Michigan Tech 4 (MTU wins series, 11-5). Michigan 5 @ Denver 2; Michigan 5 @ Denver 4 (Michigan wins series, 10-6).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 1 @ Minnesota 7; Colorado College 9 @ Minnesota 7 (UM wins series, 14-10). Michigan 1 @ Michigan Tech 2; Michigan 1 @ Michigan Tech 7 (MTU wins series, 9-2).

1981-82
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 1 @ Minnesota 3; Colorado College 3 @ Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 9-4); Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Denver 5; Minnesota Duluth 5 @ Denver 5 (DU wins series, 10-7).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Denver 3 @ North Dakota 4; Denver 2 @ North Dakota 5 (UND wins series, 9-5); Minnesota 4 @ Wisconsin 3; Minnesota 2 @ Wisconsin 6 (UW wins series, 9-6).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ Winter Sports Center, Grand Forks, ND (2 games, total goals). Wisconsin 9 vs North Dakota 0; Wisconsin 3 vs North Dakota 1 (UW wins series, 12-1).

1982-83
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 2 @ Wisconsin 3; Colorado College 2 @ Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 8-4). Denver 2 @ Minnesota Duluth 7; Denver 2 @ Minnesota Duluth 6 (UMD wins series, 13-4).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Minnesota 8; Minnesota Duluth 4 @ Minnesota 3 (UM wins series, 11-6). Wisconsin 1 @ North Dakota 1; Wisconsin 6 @ North Dakota 5 (3 ot) (UW wins series, 7-6).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ Williams Arena, Minneapolis, MN (2 games, total goals). Wisconsin 5 vs Minnesota 1; Wisconsin 3 vs Minnesota 2 (UW wins series, 8-3).

1983-84
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota Duluth
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 1 @ Minnesota 3; Colorado College 1 @ Minnesota 4 (UM wins series, 7-2). Denver 3 @ Wisconsin 5; Denver 5 @ Wisconsin 8 (UW wins series, 13-8).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Wisconsin 3 @ Minnesota Duluth 6; Wisconsin 0 @ Minnesota Duluth 9 (UMD wins series, 15-3). Minnesota 3 @ North Dakota 4; Minnesota 4 @ North Dakota 5 (UND wins series, 9-7).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ Williams Arena, Minneapolis, MN (2 games, total goals). Minnesota Duluth 8 vs North Dakota 1; North Dakota 5 vs Minnesota Duluth 4 (UMD wins series, 12-6).

1984-85
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota Duluth
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (1) Minnesota Duluth 3; (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (1) Minnesota Duluth 5 (UMD wins series, 8-4). (7) Northern Michigan 4 @ (2) Minnesota 3; (7) Northern Michigan 4 @ (2) Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 9-8). (6) Colorado College 1 @ (3) Wisconsin 2; (6) Colorado College 3 @ (3) Wisconsin 7 (UW wins series, 9-4). (5) Denver 1 @ (4) North Dakota 7; (5) Denver 4 @ (4) North Dakota 8 (UND wins series, 15-5).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). North Dakota 4 @ Minnesota Duluth 4; North Dakota 4 @ Minnesota Duluth 6 (UMD wins series, 10-8). Wisconsin 0 @ Minnesota 6; Wisconsin 7 @ Minnesota 8 (UM wins series, 14-7).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ Duluth Arena, Duluth, MN (2 games, total goals). Minnesota 6 vs Minnesota Duluth 4; Minnesota Duluth 6 vs Minnesota 2 (UMD wins series, 10-8).

1985-86
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). (8) Michigan Tech 4 @ (1) Denver 3; (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (1) Denver 6 (DU wins series, 9-6). (7) Colorado College 4 @ (2) Minnesota 10; (7) Colorado College 3 @ (2) Minnesota 4 (UM wins series, 14-7). (6) North Dakota 2 @ (3) Wisconsin 6; (6) North Dakota 5 @ (3) Wisconsin 6 (UW wins series, 12-7). (5) Northern Michigan 4 @ (4) Minnesota Duluth 4; (5) Northern Michigan 4 @ (4) Minnesota Duluth 8 (UMD wins series, 12-8).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Minnesota Duluth 2 @ Denver 8; Minnesota Duluth 5 @ Denver 5 (DU wins series, 13-7). Wisconsin 1 @ Minnesota 4; Wisconsin 3 @ Minnesota 7 (UM wins series, 11-4).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ DU Arena, Denver, CO (2 games, total goals). Denver 3 vs Minnesota 0; Denver 3 vs Minnesota 2 (DU wins series, 6-2).

1986-87
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (2 games, total goals). (8) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (1) North Dakota 5; (8) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (1) North Dakota 8 (UND wins series, 13-4). (7) Michigan Tech 4 @ (2) Minnesota 9; (7) Michigan Tech 5 @ (2) Minnesota 8 (UM wins series, 17-9). (6) Colorado College 4 @ (3) Denver 2; (6) Colorado College 3 @ (3) Denver 2 (CC wins series, 7-4). (5) Northern Michigan 2 @ (4) Wisconsin 4; (5) Northern Michigan 2 @ (4) Wisconsin 6 (UW wins series, 10-4).
WCHA Playoffs, 2nd Round (2 games, total goals). Colorado College 2 @ North Dakota 6; Colorado College 2 @ North Dakota 1 (UND wins series, 7-4). Wisconsin 2 @ Minnesota 1; Wisconsin 4 @ Minnesota 8 (UM wins series, 9-6).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ Winter Sports Center, Grand Forks, ND (2 games, total goals). North Dakota 5 vs Minnesota 3; North Dakota 5 vs Minnesota 3 (UND wins series, 10-6).

1987-88
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playofs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (8) Colorado College 0 @ (1) Minnesota 7; (8) Colorado College 0 @ (1) Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 2-0). (7) Northern Michigan 1 @ (2) Wisconsin 2 ot; (7) Northern Michigan 4 @ (2) Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 2-0). (6) Minnesota Duluth 5 @ (3) Denver 2; (6) Minnesota Duluth 7 @ (3) Denver 3 (UMD wins series, 2-0). (5) North Dakota 5 @ (4) Michigan Tech 4; (5) North Dakota 3 @ (4) Michigan Tech 6; North Dakota 4 @ Michigan Tech 3 ot (UND wins series, 2-1).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Wisconsin 2 vs North Dakota 1; Minnesota 6 vs Minnesota Duluth 0. Third Place Game: North Dakota 6 vs Minnesota Duluth 0. Championship Game: Wisconsin 3 vs Minnesota 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Dean Anderson, UW; D - Paul Stanton, UW; D - Randy Skarda, UM; F - Paul Ranheim, UW; F - Steve Tuttle, UW; F - Neil Eisenhut, UND. MVP: Dean Anderson, G, UW. Attendance: 51,807.

1988-89
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Northern Michigan
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (8) Colorado College 4 @ (1) Minnesota 5; (8) Colorado College 1 @ (1) Minnesota 7 (UM wins series, 2-0). (7) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (2) Northern Michigan 7; (7) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (2) Northern Michigan 7 (NMU wins series, 2-0). (6) Michigan Tech 2 @ (3) Wisconsin 5; (6) Michigan Tech 3 @ (3) Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 2-0). (5) Denver 1 @ (4) North Dakota 7; (5) Denver 5 @ (4) North Dakota 4; DU 3 @ UND 2 (DU wins series, 2-1).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Northern Michigan 4 vs Wisconsin 2; Denver 2 vs Minnesota 1. Third Place Game: Wisconsin 4 vs Minnesota 3. Championship Game: Northern Michigan 9 vs Denver 4. All-Tournament Team: G - Bill Pye, NMU; D - Darryl Olsen, NMU; D - John Goode, NMU; F - Phil Berger, NMU; F - Doug Macdonald, UW; F - Jay Moore, Denver. MVP: Bill Pye, G, NMU. Attendance: 50,232.

1989-90
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (1) Wisconsin 4; (8) Michigan Tech 3 @ (1) Wisconsin 4 ot (UW wins series, 2-0). (7) Colorado College 3 @ (2) Minnesota 9; (7) Colorado College 2 @ (2) Minnesota 9 (UM wins series, 2-0). (6) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (3) North Dakota 11; (6) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (3) North Dakota 2 (UND wins series, 2-0). (5) Denver 0 @ (4) Northern Michigan 3; (5) Denver 4 @ (4) Northern Michigan 9 (NMU wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Minnesota 5 vs North Dakota 4; Wisconsin 4 vs Northern Michigan 3 ot. Third Place Game: North Dakota 6 vs Northern Michigan 5 ot. Championship Game: Wisconsin 7 vs Minnesota 1. All-Tournament Team: G - Duane Derksen, UW; D - Sean Hill, UW; D - Jason Herter, UND; F - Ken Gernander, UM; F - Greg Johnson, UND; F - Russ Romaniuk, UND. MVP: Steve Rohlik, F, UW. Attendance: 47,845.

1990-91
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Northern Michigan
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (8) Colorado College 0 @ (1) Northern Michigan 7; (8) Colorado College 3 @ (1) Northern Michigan 6 (NMU wins series, 2-0). (7) Michigan Tech 3 @ (2) Minnesota 5; (7) Michigan Tech 5 @ (2) Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 2-0). (6) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (3) Wisconsin 5; (6) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (3) Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 2-0). (5) St. Cloud State 4 @ (4) North Dakota 2; (5) St. Cloud State 2 @ (4) North Dakota 10; St. Cloud State 4 @ North Dakota 7 (UND wins series, 2-1).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Minnesota 3 vs Wisconsin 2; Northern Michigan 8 vs North Dakota 4. Third Place Game: North Dakota 5 vs Wisconsin 2. Championship Game: Northern Michigan 4 vs Minnesota 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Jeff Stolp, UM; D - Brad Werenka, NMU; D - Sean Hill, UW; F - Mark Beaufait, NMU; F - Greg Johnson, UND; F - Larry Olimb, UM. MVP: Bill Pye, G, NMU. Attendance: 44,287.

1991-92
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Northern Michigan
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (8) North Dakota 5 @ (1) Minnesota 3; (8) North Dakota 2 @ (1) Minnesota 9; (8) North Dakota 1 @ (1) Minnesota 3 (UM wins series, 2-1). (7) St. Cloud State 5 @ (2) Wisconsin 6 ot; (7) St. Cloud State 5 @ (2) Wisconsin 3; (7) St. Cloud State 3 @ (2) Wisconsin 4 ot (UW wins series, 2-1). (6) Michigan Tech 1 @ (3) Northern Michigan 9; (6) Michigan Tech 2 @ (3) Northern Michigan 6 (NMU wins series, 2-0). (5) Minnesota Duluth 6 @ (4) Colorado College 7 (3 ot); (5) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (4) Colorado College 3 ot; (5) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (4) Colorado College 5 (3 ot) (CC wins series, 2-1).
WCHA Playoff Championship @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Northern Michigan 6 vs Wisconsin 3: Minnesota 5 vs Colorado College 1. Third Place Game: Wisconsin 5 vs Colorado College 3. Championship Game: Northern Michigan 4 vs Minnesota 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Corwin Saurdiff, NMU; D - Doug Zmolek, UM; D - Chris Hynnes, CC; F - Dan Plante, UW; F - Craig Johnson, UM; F - Tony Szabo, NMU. MVP: Corwin Saurdiff, G, NMU. Attendance: 44,079.

1992-93
Note: Alaska Anchorage invited to participate in tournament as affiliate member and No. 10 seed, prior to full-time league membership in 1993-94.
WCHA Playoff Champion: Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (1) Minnesota Duluth 7; (10) Alaska Anchorage 0 @ (1) Minnesota Duluth 4 (UMD wins series, 2-0). (9) Colorado College 3 @ (2) Wisconsin 6; (9) Colorado College 3 @ (2) Wisconsin 10 (UW wins series, 2-0). (8) Denver 3 @ (3) Northern Michigan 5; (8) Denver 0 @ (3) Northern Michigan 7 (NMU wins series, 2-0). (7) North Dakota 4 @ (4) Minnesota 6; (7) North Dakota 4 @ (4) Minnesota 5 ot (UM wins series, 2-0). (6) St. Cloud State 1 @ (5) Michigan Tech 3; (6) St. Cloud State 5 @ (5) Michigan Tech 6 (MTU wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Northern Michigan 4 vs Michigan Tech 3; Minnesota 3 vs Wisconsin 2 ot; Northern Michigan 6 vs Minnesota Duluth 2. Third Place Game: Minnesota Duluth 7 vs Wisconsin 5. Championship Game: Minnesota 5 vs Northern Michigan 3. All-Tournament Team: G - Corwin Saurdiff, NMU; D - Brett Hauer, UMD; D - Steve Carpenter, NMU; F - Derek Plante, UMD; F - Craig Johnson, UM; F - Greg Hadden, NMU. MVP: Travis Richards, D, UM. Attendance: 50,737.

1993-94
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 3 @ (1) Colorado College 2; (10) Michigan Tech 0 @ (1) Colorado College 3; (10) Michigan Tech 3 @ (1) Colorado College 2 ot (MTU wins series, 2-1). (9) Denver 5 @ (2) Minnesota 8; (9) Denver 3 @ (2) Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 2-0). (8) North Dakota 1 @ (3) Wisconsin 6; (8) North Dakota 2 @ (3) Wisconsin 4 (UW wins series, 2-0). (7) Minnesota Duluth 0 @ (4) St. Cloud State 3; (7) Minnesota Duluth 5 @ (4) St. Cloud State 8 (SCSU wins series, 2-0). (6) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (5) Northern Michigan 5; (6) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (5) Northern Michigan 5 (NMU wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Semifinals: Michigan Tech 5 vs Northern Michigan 1; St. Cloud State 3 vs Wisconsin 2 ot; Minnesota 6 vs Michigan Tech 1. Third Place Game: Wisconsin 8 vs Michigan Tech 3. Championship Game: Minnesota 3 vs St. Cloud State 2 ot. All-Tournament Team: G - Grant Sjerven, SCSU; D - Chris McAlpine, UM; D - Mickey Elick, UW; F - Brian Bonin, UM; F - Jeff Nielsen, UM; F - Bill Lund, SCSU. MVP: Chris McAlpine, D, UM. Attendance: 61,367.

1994-95
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Alaska Anchorage 3 @ (1) Colorado College 11; (10) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (1) Colorado College 5 (CC wins series, 2-0). (9) Northern Michigan 4 @ (2) Wisconsin 3; (9) Northern Michigan 4 @ (2) Wisconsin 5; (9) Northern Michigan 1 @ (2) Wisconsin 5 (UW wins series, 2-1). (8) Michigan Tech 4 @ (3) Denver 5 ot; (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (3) Denver 5 (DU wins series, 2-0). (7) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (4) Minnesota 5 ot; (7) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (4) Minnesota 4 (UM wins series, 2-0). (6) North Dakota 3 @ (5) St. Cloud State 2; (6) North Dakota 5 @ (5) St. Cloud State 2 (UND wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Minnesota 3 vs North Dakota 2; Wisconsin 5 vs Denver 4; Colorado College 5 vs Minnesota 4 ot. Third Place Game: Minnesota 5 vs Denver 4 ot. Championship Game: Wisconsin 4 vs Colorado College 3 ot. All-Tournament Team: G - Kirk Daubenspeck, UW; D - Mark Strobel, UW; D - Eric Rud, CC; F - Peter Geronazzo, CC; F - Ryan Kraft, UM; F - Jason Elders, DU. MVP: Kirk Daubenspeck, G, UW. Attendance: 55,908.

1995-96
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Northern Michigan 3 @ (1) Colorado College 4; (10) Northern Michigan 1 @ (1) Colorado College 6 (CC wins series, 2-0). (9) Alaska Anchorage 4 @ (2) Minnesota 6; (9) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (2) Minnesota 7 (UM wins series, 2-0). (8) St. Cloud State 3 @ (3) Denver 1; (8) St. Cloud State 4 @ (3) Denver 6; (8) St. Cloud State 4 @ (3) Denver 0 (SCSU wins series, 2-1). (7) Michigan Tech 5 @ (4) Minnesota Duluth 4; (7) Michigan Tech 4 @ (4) Minnesota Duluth 3 (MTU wins series, 2-0). (6) Wisconsin 6 @ (5) North Dakota 5; (6) Wisconsin 5 @ (5) North Dakota 4 (UW wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Semifinals: Michigan Tech 4 vs St. Cloud State 3 ot; Minnesota 4 vs Wisconsin 3 ot; Michigan Tech 4 vs Colorado College 3. Third Place Game: Colorado College 6 vs Wisconsin 4. Championship Game: Minnesota 7 vs Michigan Tech 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Kirk Daubenspeck, UW; D - Mike Crowley, UM; D - Scott Swanson, CC; F - Brian Bonin, UM; F - Jeff Mikesch, MTU; F - Bret Meyers, MTU. MVP: Brian Bonin, F, UM. Attendance: 47,304.

1996-97
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) North Dakota 4; (10) Michigan Tech 0 @ (1) North Dakota 3 (UND wins series, 2-0). (9) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (2) Minnesota 8; (9) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (2) Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 2-0). (8) Northern Michigan 2 @ (3) St. Cloud State 5; (8) Northern Michigan 2 @ (3) St. Cloud State 3 (SCSU wins series, 2-0). (7) Wisconsin 3 @ (4) Colorado College 9; (7) Wisconsin 0 @ (4) Colorado College 1 (4ot) (CC wins series, 2-0). (6) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (5) Denver 4; (6) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (5) Denver 7 (DU wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Colorado College 5 vs Denver 2; North Dakota 5 vs Colorado College 1; Minnesota 5 vs St. Cloud State 4 ot. Third Place Game: Colorado College 6 vs St. Cloud State 0. Championship Game: North Dakota 4 vs Minnesota 3 ot. All-Tournament Team: G - Aaron Schweitzer, UND; D - Curtis Murphy, UND; D - Brian LaFleur, UM; F - Ryan Kraft, UM; F - Toby Petersen, CC; F - Kevin Hoogsteen, UND. MVP: David Hoogsteen, F, UND. Attendance: 56,707.

1997-98
Note: Minnesota State University, Mankato  invited to participate in WCHA postseason tournament as No. 10 seed prior to full-time membership status in 1999-2000.
WCHA Playoff Champion: Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Minnesota State 2 @ (1) North Dakota 5; (10) Minnesota State 4 @ (1) North Dakota 5 (UND wins series, 2-0). (9) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (2) Wisconsin 6; (9) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (2) Wisconsin 6 (UW wins series, 2-0). (8) Denver 2 @ (3) Colorado College 3 ot; (8) Denver 4 @ (3) Colorado College 6 (CC wins series, 2-0). (7) Michigan Tech 4 @ (4) St. Cloud State 6; (7) Michigan Tech 3 @ (4) St. Cloud State 2; (7) Michigan Tech 2 @ (4) St. Cloud State 6 (SCSU wins series, 2-1). (6) Minnesota 3 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 7; (6) Minnesota 5 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 0; (6) UM 4 @ (5) UMD 5 ot (UMD wins series, 2-1).
WCHA Final Five @ Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Semifinals: St. Cloud State 4 vs Minnesota Duluth 3; North Dakota 4 vs St. Cloud State 3; Wisconsin 5 vs Colorado College 2. Third Place Game: Colorado College 6 vs St. Cloud State 1. Championship Game: Wisconsin 3 vs North Dakota 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Graham Melanson, UW; D - Curtis Murphy, UND; D - Matt Peterson, UW; F - Joe Bianchi, UW; F - Steward Bodtker, CC; F - Jason Blake, UND. MVP: Joe Bianchi, F, UW. Attendance: 38,707.

1998-99
Note: Minnesota State University, Mankato invited to participate in WCHA postseason tournament as No. 10 seed prior to full-time membership in 1999-2000.
WCHA Playoff Champion: Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Minnesota State 3 @ (1) North Dakota 2 ot; (10) Minnesota State 2 @ (1) North Dakota 3; (10) Minnesota State 0 @ (1) North Dakota 10 (UND wins series, 2-1). (9) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (2) Colorado College 3; (9) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (2) Colorado College 5 ot (CC wins series, 2-1). (8) Michigan Tech 1 @ (3) Denver 2; (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (3) Denver 4 (DU wins series, 2-0). (7) St. Cloud State 5 @ (4) Wisconsin 2; (7) St. Cloud State 3 @ (4) Wisconsin 2 (SCSU wins series, 2-0). (6) Alaska Anchorage 0 @ (5) Minnesota 4; (6) Alaska Anchorage 0 @ (5) Minnesota 1 (UM wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ Target Center, Minneapolis, MN. Semifinals: Minnesota 5 vs St. Cloud State 3; Denver 3 vs Colorado College 2 ot; North Dakota 6 vs Minnesota 2. Third Place Game: Colorado College 7 vs Minnesota 4. Championship Game: Denver 4 vs North Dakota 3. All-Tournament Team: G - Stephen Wagner, DU; D - Joe Ritson, DU; D - Erik Westrum, UM; F - Paul Veres, DU; F - Jeff Panzer, UND; F - Justin Morrison, CC. MVP: Stephen Wagner, G, DU. Attendance: 42,226.

1999-2000
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 0 @ (1) Wisconsin 4; (10) Michigan Tech 0 @ (1) Wisconsin 4 (UW wins series, 2-0). (9) Denver 0 @ (2) North Dakota 4; (9) Denver 2 @ (2) North Dakota 1; (9) Denver 4 @ (2) North Dakota 9 (UND wins series, 2-1). (8) Minnesota Duluth 5 @ (3) St. Cloud State 4; (8) Minnesota Duluth 0 @ (3) St. Cloud State 3; (8) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (3) St. Cloud State 7 (SCSU wins series, 2-1). (7) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (4) Minnesota State 2 ot; (7) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (4) Minnesota State 3 (MSU wins series, 2-0). (6) Minnesota 4 @ (5) Colorado College 2; (6) Minnesota 3 @ (5) Colorado College 2 ot (UM wins series, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ Target Center, Minneapolis, MN. Semifinals: Minnesota 6 vs Minnesota State 4; St. Cloud State 3 vs North Dakota 7; Minnesota 3 vs Wisconsin 5. Third Place Game: St. Cloud State 6 vs Minnesota 4. Championship Game: North Dakota 5 vs Wisconsin 3. All-Tournament Team: G - Andy Kollar, UND; D - Travis Roche, UND; D - Dan Bjornlie, UW; F - Lee Goren, UND; F - Ryan Bayda, UND; F - Brandon Sampair, SCSU. MVP: Lee Goren, F, UND. Attendance: 49,717.

2000-01
WCHA Playoff Champion:
St. Cloud State
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (1) North Dakota 2; (10) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (1) North Dakota 6; (10) Minnesota Duluth 0 @ (1) North Dakota 4 (UND wins, 2-1). (9) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (2) St. Cloud State 5; (9) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (2) St. Cloud State 8 (SCSU wins, 2-0). (8) Michigan Tech 2 @ (3) Minnesota 7; (8) Michigan Tech 1 @ (3) Minnesota 3 (UM wins, 2-0). (7) Minnesota State 0 @ (4) Colorado College 3; (7) Minnesota State 3 @ (4) Colorado College 7 (CC wins, 2-0). (6) Denver 4 @ (5) Wisconsin 6; (6) Denver 2 @ (5) Wisconsin 6 (UW wins, 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Colorado College 4 vs Wisconsin 3; North Dakota 2 vs Colorado College 1; St. Cloud State 3 vs Minnesota 0. Third Place Game: Colorado College 5 vs Minnesota 4. Championship Game: St. Cloud State 6 vs North Dakota 5 ot. All-Tournament Team: G - Scott Meyer, SCSU; D - Travis Roche, UND; D - Duvie Westcott, SCSU; F - Tyler Arnason, SCSU; F - Mark Cullen, CC; F - Jeff Panzer, UND. MVP: Tyler Arnason, F, SCSU. Attendance: 67,612.

2001-02
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) Denver 5; (10) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) Denver 8 (DU wins series, 2-0). (9) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (2) St. Cloud State 5 ot; (9) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (2) St. Cloud State 6 (SCSU wins series, 2-0). (8) North Dakota 2 @ (3) Minnesota 7; (8) North Dakota 3 @ (3) Minnesota 4 ot (UM wins series, 2-0). (7) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (4) Colorado College 6; (7) Alaska Anchorage 0 @ (4) Colorado College 1 (CC wins series, 2-0). (6) Minnesota State 2 @ (5) Wisconsin 3 ot; (6) Minnesota State 3 @ (5) Wisconsin 7 (UW wins series, 2-0).
Dodge WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Wisconsin 2 vs Colorado College 3 ot; Colorado College 0 vs Denver 3; Minnesota 4 vs St. Cloud State 1. Third Place Game: Colorado College 2 vs St. Cloud State  1. Championship Game: Minnesota 2 vs Denver 5. All-Tournament Team: G - Wade Dubielewicz, DU; D - Ryan Caldwell, DU; D - Jordan Leopold, UM; F - Mark Cullen, CC; F - Chris Paradise, DU; F - Troy Riddle, UM. MVP: Wade Dubielewicz, G, DU. Attendance: 75,151 (record).

2002-03
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Alaska Anchorage 3 @ (1) Colorado College 5; (10) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (1) Colorado College 4 (CC wins series, 2-0). (9) Michigan Tech 1 @ (2) Minnesota 3; (9) Michigan Tech 2 @ (2) Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 2-0). (8) Wisconsin 1 @ (3) Minnesota State 2; (8) Wisconsin 5 @ (3) Minnesota State 6 (2ot) (MSU wins series, 2-0). (7) Denver 4 @ (4) North Dakota 1; (7) Denver 2 @ (4) North Dakota 3 ot; (7) Denver 2 @ (4) North Dakota 3 ot (UND wins series, 2-1). (6) St. Cloud State 4 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 5; (6) St. Cloud State 3 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 2 ot; (6) St. Cloud State 3 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 7 (UMD wins series, 2-1).
Kellogg's WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: Minnesota Duluth 2 vs North Dakota 1; Minnesota Duluth 3 vs Colorado College 4 ot; Minnesota State 2 vs Minnesota 3 ot. Third Place Game: Minnesota Duluth 6 vs Minnesota State 4. Championship Game: Minnesota 4 vs Colorado College 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Justin Johnson, UM; D - Tom Preissing, CC; D - Keith Ballard, UM; F - Junior Lessard, UMD; F - Grant Potulny, UM; F - Shane Joseph, MSU. MVP: Grant Potulny, F, UM. Attendance: 72,786.

2003-04
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 2 @ (1) North Dakota 6; (10) Michigan Tech 3 @ (1) North Dakota 4 ot (UND wins series, 2-0). (9) Minnesota State 4 @ (2) Minnesota Duluth 3 ot; (9) Minnesota State 2 @ (2) Minnesota Duluth 6; (9) Minnesota State 5 @ (2) Minnesota Duluth 6 (UMD wins series, 2-1). (8) Alaska Anchorage 3 @ (3) Wisconsin 2; (8) Alaska Anchorage 0 @ (3) Wisconsin 4; (8) Alaska Anchorage 4 @ (3) Wisconsin 1 (UAA wins series, 2-1). (7) Colorado College 4 @ (4) Denver 3; (7) Colorado College 6 @ (4) Denver 1 (CC wins series, 2-0). (6) St. Cloud State 1 @ (5) Minnesota 6; (6) St. Cloud State 3 @ (5) Minnesota 7 (UM wins series, 2-0).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: (5) Alaska Anchorage 4 vs (4) Colorado College 1; Alaska Anchorage 2 vs (1) North Dakota 4; (3) Minnesota 7 vs (2) Minnesota Duluth 4. Third Place Game: Alaska Anchorage 2 vs Minnesota Duluth 4. Championship Game: Minnesota 5 vs North Dakota 4. All-Tournament Team: G - Kellen Briggs, UM; D - Keith Ballard, UM; D - Matt Jones, UND; F - Brandon Bochenski, UND; F - Zach Parise, UND; F - Danny Irmen, UM. MVP: Kellen Briggs, G, UM. Attendance: 82,564 (record).

2004-05
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) Denver 7; (10) Michigan Tech 0 @ (1) Denver 1 (DU wins series, 2-0). (9) St. Cloud State 2 @ (2) Colorado College 8; (9) St. Cloud State 2 @ (2) Colorado College 4 (CC wins series, 2-0). (8) Minnesota State 2 @ (3) Minnesota 7; (8) Minnesota State 3 @ (3) Minnesota 5 (UM wins series, 2-0). (7) Alaska Anchorage 4 @ (4) Wisconsin 5; (7) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (4) Wisconsin 1; (7) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (4) Wisconsin 2 (UW wins series, 2-1). (6) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (5) North Dakota 8; (6) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (5) North Dakota 6 (UND wins series, 2-0).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Semifinals: (5) North Dakota 3 vs (4) Wisconsin 2; North Dakota 1 vs (1) Denver 2 ot; (3) Minnesota 0 vs (2) Colorado College 3. Third Place Game: North Dakota 4 vs Minnesota 2. Championship Game: Colorado College 0 vs Denver 1. All-Tournament Team: G - Curtis McElhinney, CC; D - Matt Laatsch, DU; D - Nick Fuher, UND; F - Gabe Gauthier, DU; F - Brett Sterling, CC; F - Rastislav Spirko, UND. MVP: Brett Sterling, F, CC. Attendance: 77,746.

2005-06
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Alaska Anchorage 4 @ (1) Minnesota 7; (10) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (1) Minnesota 6 (UM wins series, 2-0). (9) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (2) Denver 2 ot; (9) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (2) Denver 3; (9) Minnesota Duluth 5 @ (2) Denver 2 (UMD wins series, 2-1). (8) Michigan Tech 1 @ (3) Wisconsin 4; (8) Michigan Tech 0 @ (3) Wisconsin 1 (UW wins series, 2-0). (7) Minnesota State 3 @ (4) North Dakota 2 ot; (7) Minnesota State 1 @ (4) North Dakota 4; (7) Minnesota State 0 @ (4) North Dakota 3 (UND wins series, 2-1). (6) St. Cloud State 2 @ (5) Colorado College 1; (6) St. Cloud State 2 @ (5) Colorado College 3; (6) St. Cloud State 3 @ (5) Colorado College 1 (SCSU wins series, 2-1).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinal: Minnesota Duluth 1 vs St. Cloud State 5. Semifinals: North Dakota 4 vs Wisconsin 3; St. Cloud State 8 vs Minnesota 7 ot. Third Place Game: Wisconsin 4 vs Minnesota 0. Championship Game: St. Cloud State 3 vs North Dakota 5. All-Tournament Team: G - Jordan Parise, UND; D - Kyle Klubertanz, UW; D - Matt Smaby, UND; F - Ryan Potulny, UM; F - T.J. Oshie, UND; F - Brock Hooton, SCSU. MVP: Jordan Parise, G, UND. Attendance: 87,579 (record).

2006-07
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (1) Minnesota 6; (10) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (1) Minnesota 1 ot; (10) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (1) Minnesota 3 (UM wins series, 2-1). (9) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (2) St. Cloud State 1; (9) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (2) St. Cloud State 3 ot; (9) Minnesota Duluth 2 @ (2) St. Cloud State 3 (3ot) (SCSU wins series, 2-1). (8) Minnesota State 2 @ (3) North Dakota 5; (8) Minnesota State 1 @ (3) North Dakota 2 (UND wins series, 2-0). (7) Wisconsin 3 @ (4) Denver 2; (7) Wisconsin 2 @ (4) Denver 1 (UW wins series, 2-0). (6) Michigan Tech 2 @ (5) Colorado College 1 ot; (6) Michigan Tech 0 @ (5) Colorado College 2; (6) Michigan Tech 1 @ (5) Colorado College 0 (MTU wins series, 2-1).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinal: (5) Wisconsin 4 vs (4) Michigan Tech 0. Semi-Finals: (3) North Dakota 6 vs (2) St. Cloud State 2; Wisconsin 2 vs (1) Minnesota 4. Third Place Game: Wisconsin 4 vs St. Cloud State 3 ot. Championship Game: North Dakota 2 vs Minnesota 3 ot. All-Tournament Team: G - Philippe Lamoureux, UND; D - Taylor Chorney, UND; D - Mike Vannelli, UM; F - Jake Dowell, UW; F - Jonathan Toews, UND; F - Blake Wheeler, UM. MVP: Blake Wheeler, F, UM. Attendance: 88,900 (record).

2007-08
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Denver
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (1) Colorado College 4; (10) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (1) Colorado College 3 ot (CC wins series, 2-0). (9) Michigan Tech 0 @ (2) North Dakota 4; (9) Michigan Tech 3 @ (2) North Dakota 2 ot; (9) Michigan Tech 1 @ (2) North Dakota 2 (UND wins series, 2-1). (8) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (3) Denver 6; (8) Minnesota Duluth 0 @ (3) Denver 1 (DU wins series, 2-0). (7) Minnesota 0 @ (4) Minnesota State 1 (2ot); (7) Minnesota 2 @ (4) Minnesota State 1 ot; (7) Minnesota 3 @ (4) Minnesota State 2 (2ot) (UM wins series, 2-1). (6) Wisconsin 0 @ (5) St. Cloud State 3; (6) Wisconsin 3 @ (5) St. Cloud State 4 ot (SCSU wins series, 2-0).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinal: (5) Minnesota 3 vs (4) St. Cloud State 2. Semifinals: (3) Denver 3 vs (2) North Dakota 1; (5) Minnesota 2 vs (1) Colorado College 1 ot. Third Place Game: North Dakota 4 vs Colorado College 2. Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game: Minnesota 1 vs Denver 2. All-Tournament Team: G - Peter Mannino, DU; D - Taylor Chorney, UND; D - Chris Butler, DU; F - Tom May, DU; F - T.J. Oshie, UND; F - Mike Hoeffel, UM. MVP: Alex Kangas, G, UM. Attendance: 86,855.

2008-09
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota Duluth
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) North Dakota 5; (10) Michigan Tech 3 @ (1) North Dakota 4 (UND wins series, 2-0). (9) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (2) Denver 3; (9) Alaska Anchorage 3 @ (2) Denver 4 (DU wins series, 2-0). (8) Minnesota State 1 @ (3) Wisconsin 7; (8) Minnesota State 2 @ (3) Wisconsin 4 (UW wins series, 2-0). (7) Minnesota Duluth 4 @ (4) Colorado College 1; (7) Minnesota Duluth 3 @ (4) Colorado College 1 (UMD wins series, 2-0). (6) St. Cloud State 2 @ (5) Minnesota 4; (6) St. Cloud State 0 @ (5) Minnesota 3 (UM wins series, 2-0).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinal: (5) Minnesota Duluth 2 vs (4) Minnesota 1. Semifinals: (3) Wisconsin 0 vs (2) Denver 3; (5) Minnesota Duluth 3 vs (1) North Dakota 0. 3rd Place Game: Wisconsin 4 vs North Dakota 1. Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game: Minnesota Duluth 4 vs Denver 0. All-Tournament Team: G - Alex Stalock, UMD; D - Josh Meyers, UMD; D - Patrick Wiercioch, DU; F - MacGregor Sharp, UMD; F - Mike Connolly, UMD; F - Jordy Murray, UW. MVP: Alex Stalock, G, UMD. Attendance: 82,065.

2009-10
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs, 1st Round (Best-of-3). (10) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) Denver 2; (10) Michigan Tech 2 @ (1) Denver 4 (DU wins series, 2-0). (9) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (2) Wisconsin 4; (9) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (2) Wisconsin 7 (UW wins series, 2-0). (8) Minnesota State 5 @ (3) St. Cloud State 4 ot; (8) Minnesota State 2 @ (3) St. Cloud State 3; (8) Minnesota State 2 @ (3) St. Cloud State 3 ot (SCSU wins series, 2-1). (7) Minnesota 0 @ (4) North Dakota 6; (7) Minnesota 4 @ (4) North Dakota 2; (7) Minnesota 1 @ (4) North Dakota 4 (UND wins series, 2-1). (6) Colorado College 2 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 3 ot; (6) Colorado College 5 @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 3; (6) Colorado College @ (5) Minnesota Duluth 4 (UMD wins series, 2-1).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinal: (5) Minnesota Duluth 0 vs (4) North Dakota 2. Semi-Finals: (3) St. Cloud State 2 vs (2) Wisconsin 0; (4) North Dakota 4 vs (1) Denver 3. 3rd Place Game: Wisconsin 6 vs Denver 3. Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game: North Dakota 5 vs St. Cloud State 3. All-Tournament Team: G - Brad Eidsness, UND; D - Ben Blood, UND; D - Garrett Raboin, SCSU; D - Derrick LaPoint, UND; F - Chris VandeVelde, UND; F - Tony Mosey, SCSU; F - Blake Geoffrion, UW. MVP: Evan Trupp, F, UND. Attendance: 71,533.

2010-11
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs 1st Round (Best-of-3). (12) Michigan Tech 0 @ (1) North Dakota 8; (12) Michigan Tech 1 @ (1) North Dakota 3 (UND wins series, 2-0). (11) Minnesota State 2 @ (2) Denver 4; (11) Minnesota State 2 @ (2) Denver 3 ot (DU wins series, 2-0). (10) Bemidji State 4 @ (3) Nebraska Omaha 2; (10) Bemidji State 3 @ (3) Nebraska Omaha 2 (BSU wins series, 2-0). (9) St. Cloud State 2 @ (4) Minnesota Duluth 4; (9) St. Cloud State 2 @ (4) Minnesota Duluth 3 (3 ot) (UMD wins series, 2-0). (8) Alaska Anchorage 4 @ (5) Minnesota 3; (8) Alaska Anchorage 2 @ (5) Minnesota 0 (UAA wins series, 2-0). (7) Wisconsin 3 @ (6) Colorado College 1; (7) Wisconsin 3 @ (6) Colorado College 4 ot; (7) Wisconsin 1 @ (6) Colorado College 2 (CC wins series, 2-1).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinals: (6) Bemidji State 3 @ (3) Minnesota Duluth 2 ot; (5) Alaska Anchorage 2 vs (4) Colorado College 4. Semi-Finals: Bemidji State 2  vs (2) Denver 6; Colorado College 3 vs (1) North Dakota 4. Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game: North Dakota 3 vs Denver 2 (2ot). All-Tournament Team: G - Sam Brittain, DU; D - Chay Genoway, UND; D - Matt Donovan, DU; F - Matt Frattin, UND; F - Anthony Maiani, DU; F - Jaden Schwartz, CC. MVP: Matt Frattin, F, UND. Attendance: 57,773* (* 4 sessions).

2011-12
WCHA Playoff Champion:
North Dakota
WCHA Playoffs 1st Round (Best-of-3). (11) Minnesota State 2 at (2) Minnesota Duluth 4; (11) Minnesota State 2 at (2) Minnesota Duluth 3 (2 ot) (UMD wins 2-0). (12) Alaska Anchorage 1 at (1) Minnesota 2; (12) Alaska Anchorage 3 at (1) Minnesota 7 (UM wins 2-0). (7) Nebraska Omaha 0 at (6) St. Cloud State 4; (7) Nebraska Omaha 1 at (6) St. Cloud State 3 (SCSU wins, 2-0). (9) Bemidji State 1 at (4) North Dakota 4; (9) Bemidji State 3 at (4) North Dakota 4 (UND wins 2-0). (8) Michigan Tech 3 at (5) Colorado College 1; (8) Michigan Tech 4 at (5) Colorado College 3 ot (MTU wins 2-0). (10) Wisconsin 1 at (3) Denver 0; (10) Wisconsin 1 at (3) Denver 3; (10) Wisconsin 2 at (3) Denver 3 ot (DU wins 2-1)
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN. Quarterfinals: (6) Michigan Tech 2 vs (3) Denver 3 ot; (5) St. Cloud State 1 vs (4) North Dakota 4. Semi-Finals: Denver 4 vs (2) Minnesota Duluth 3 (2 ot); North Dakota 6 vs (1) Minnesota 3. Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game: North Dakota 4 vs Denver 0. All-Tournament Team: F - Jason Zucker, DU; F - Mario Lamoureux, UND; F - Brock Nelson, UND; D - Derek Forbort, UND; D - Andrew MacWilliam, UND; G - Aaron Dell, UND. MVP: Aaron Dell, G, UND. Attendance: 73,002.

2012-13
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Wisconsin
WCHA Playoffs 1st Round (Best-of-3). March 15-17: (12) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (1) St. Cloud State 6; (12) Alaska Anchorage 1 @ (1) St. Cloud State 5 (SCSU wins series 2-1). (11) Bemidji State 1 @ (2) Minnesota 2 ot; (11) Bemidji State 3 @ (2) Minnesota 4 (UM wins series 2-0). (10) Michigan Tech 3 @ (3) North Dakota 5; (10) Michigan Tech 2 @ (3) North Dakota 1; (10) Michigan Tech 0 @ (3) North Dakota 6 (UND wins series 2-1. (9) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (4) Wisconsin 3; (9) Minnesota Duluth 1 @ (4) Wisconsin 4 (UW wins series 2-0). (8) Colorado College 3 @ (5) Denver 5; (8) Colorado College 2 @ (5) Denver 1; (8) Colorado College 4 @ (5) Denver 3 (CC wins series 2-1). (7) Nebraska Omaha 3 @ (6) Minnesota State 4 ot; (7) Nebraska Omaha 2 @ (6) Minnesota State 1; (7) Nebraska Omaha 1 @ (6) Minnesota State 3 (MSU wins series 2-1).
Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN March 21-23. Quarterfinals: (5) Minnesota State 2 vs (4) Wisconsin 7; (6) Colorado College 4 vs (3) North Dakota 3 ot. Semifinals: Wisconsin 4 vs (1) St. Cloud State 1; Colorado College 2 vs (2) Minnesota 0. Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game: Wisconsin 3 vs Colorado College 2. All-Tournament Team: F - Nic Kerdiles, UW; F - Tyler Barnes, UW; F - Rylan Schwartz, CC; D - Peter Stoykewych, CC; D - John Ramage, UW; G - Joel Rumpel, UW. MVP - Nic Kerdiles, F, UW. Attendance: 87, 295.

2013-14
WCHA Playoff Champion:
Minnesota State
WCHA First Round Playoffs (best-of-3): #8 Bemidji State 0 @ #1 Ferris State 8; #8 Bemidji State 2 @ #1 Ferris State 3 (2 ot) (FSU wins series 2-0). #7 Northern Michigan 2 @ #2 Minnesota State 3; #7 Northern Michigan 4 @ #2 Minnesota State 5 ot (MSU wins series 2-0). #6 Alaska Anchorage 2 @ #3 Alaska 3 ot; #6 Alaska Anchorage 2 @ #3 Alaska 1; #6 Alaska Anchorage 5 @ #3 Alaska 4 (UAA wins series 2-1). #5 Michigan Tech 1 @ #4 Bowling Green 2; #5 Michigan Tech 2 @ #4 Bowling Green 5 (BGSU wins series 2-0).
WCHA Final Five @ Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI: Semifinals: #3 Bowling Green 0 vs #2 Minnesota State 4; #4 Alaska Anchorage 4 vs #1 Ferris State 5 (ot). Broadmoor Trophy Champi - onship Game: Minnesota State 4 vs Ferris State 1. All-Tournament Team: F - Teddy Blueger, MSU; F - Gerald Mayhew, FSU; F - Bryce Gervais, MSU; D - Brett Stern, MSU; D - Austin Coldwell, UAA; G - Cole Huggins, MSU. MVP - Cole Huggins, G, MSU. Attendance: 11,162.

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