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NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Champions

NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey D1 Champions

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See a complete list of NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Division 1 Champions. The winner of the 2017 national title is Denver. This was their eighth championship title.

Fast Facts:

  • Michigan has won the men’s ice hockey championship 9 times which is the most of any team.
  • In 1999 The hockey championships final and semi-final games took on the name “Frozen Four”.

NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Champions:

Year Champion Score Runner-up Location
2017 Denver Pioneers 3-2 Minnesota Duluth Chicago, IL
2016 North Dakota 5-1 Quinnipiac Tampa, FL.
2015 Providence College. 4-3 Boston College Boston, M.S.
2014 Union (N.Y.) 7-4 Minnesota Philadelphia, P.A.
2013 Yale 4-0 Quinnipiac Pittsburgh, P.A.
2012 Boston College 4-1 Ferris State Tampa, Fla.
2011 Minnesota Duluth 3-2 (OT) Michigan St. Paul, Minn.
2010 Boston College 5-0 Wisconsin Detroit
2009 Boston University 4-3 (OT) Miami (Ohio) Washington D.C.
2008 Boston College 4-1 Notre Dame Denver
2007 Michigan State 3-1 Boston College St. Louis
2006 Wisconsin 2-1 Boston College Milwaukee
2005 Denver 4-1 North Dakota Columbus, Ohio
2004 Denver 1-0 Maine Boston
2003 Minnesota 5-1 New Hampshire Buffalo, N.Y.
2002 Minnesota 4-3 (OT) Maine St. Paul, Minn.
2001 Boston College 3-2 (OT) North Dakota Albany, N.Y.
2000 North Dakota 4-2 Boston College Providence, R.I.
1999 Maine 3-2 (OT) New Hampshire Anaheim, Calif.
1998 Michigan 3-2 (OT) Boston College Boston
1997 North Dakota 6-4 Boston University Milwaukee
1996 Michigan 3-2 (OT) Colorado College Cincinnati
1995 Boston University 6-2 Maine Providence, R.I.
1994 Lake Superior State 9-1 Boston University St. Paul, Minn.
1993 Maine 5-4 Lake Superior State Milwaukee
1992 Lake Superior State 5-3 #Wisconsin Albany, N.Y.
1991 Northern Michigan 8-7 (OT) Boston University St. Paul, Minn.
1990 Wisconsin 7-3 Colgate Detroit
1989 Harvard 4-3 (OT) Minnesota St. Paul, Minn.
1988 Lake Superior State 4-3 (OT) St. Lawrence Lake Placid, N.Y.
1987 North Dakota 5-3 Michigan State Detroit
1986 Michigan State 6-5 Harvard Providence, R.I.
1985 Rensselaer 2-1 Providence Detroit
1984 Bowling Green 5-4 (OT) Minnesota Duluth Lake Placid, N.Y.
1983 Wisconsin 6-2 Harvard Grand Forks, N.D.
1982 North Dakota 5-2 Wisconsin Providence, R.I.
1981 Wisconsin 6-3 Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota
1980 North Dakota 5-2 Northern Michigan Providence, R.I.
1979 Minnesota 4-3 North Dakota Detroit
1978 Boston University 5-3 Boston College Providence, R.I.
1977 Wisconsin 6-5 (OT) Michigan Detroit
1976 Minnesota 6-4 Michigan Tech Denver
1975 Michigan Tech 6-1 Minnesota St. Louis
1974 Minnesota 4-2 Michigan Tech Boston
1973 Wisconsin 4-2 #Denver Boston
1972 Boston University 4-0 Cornell Boston
1971 Boston University 4-2 Minnesota Syracuse, N.Y.
1970 Cornell 6-4 Clarkson Lake Placid, N.Y.
1969 Denver 4-3 Cornell Colorado Spring, Colo.
1968 Denver 4-0 North Dakota Duluth, Minnesota
1967 Cornell 4-1 Boston University Syracuse, N.Y.
1966 Michigan State 6-1 Clarkson Minneapolis
1965 Michigan Tech 8-2 Boston College Providence, R.I.
1964 Michigan 6-3 Denver Denver
1963 North Dakota 6-5 Denver Boston
1962 Michigan Tech 7-1 Clarkson Utica, N.Y.
1961 Denver 12-2 St. Lawrence Denver
1960 Denver 5-3 Michigan Tech Boston
1959 North Dakota 4-3 (OT) Michigan State Troy, N.Y.
1958 Denver 6-2 North Dakota Minneapolis
1957 Colorado College 13-6 Michigan Colorado Spring, Colo.
1956 Michigan 7-5 Michigan Tech Colorado Spring, Colo.
1955 Michigan 5-3 Colorado College Colorado Spring, Colo.
1954 Rensselaer 5-4 (OT) Minnesota Colorado Spring, Colo.
1953 Michigan 7-3 Minnesota Colorado Spring, Colo.
1952 Michigan 4-1 Colorado College Colorado Spring, Colo.
1951 Michigan 7-1 Brown Colorado Spring, Colo.
1950 Colorado College 13-4 Boston University Colorado Spring, Colo.
1949 Boston College 4-3 Dartmouth Colorado Spring, Colo.
1948 Michigan 8-4 Dartmouth Colorado Spring, Colo.
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