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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:

YearChampionScoreRunner-upLocation
2017Denver Pioneers3-2Minnesota DuluthChicago, IL
2016North Dakota5-1QuinnipiacTampa, FL.
2015Providence College.4-3Boston CollegeBoston, M.S.
2014Union (N.Y.)7-4MinnesotaPhiladelphia, P.A.
2013Yale4-0QuinnipiacPittsburgh, P.A.
2012Boston College4-1Ferris StateTampa, Fla.
2011Minnesota Duluth3-2 (OT)MichiganSt. Paul, Minn.
2010Boston College5-0WisconsinDetroit
2009Boston University4-3 (OT)Miami (Ohio)Washington D.C.
2008Boston College4-1Notre DameDenver
2007Michigan State3-1Boston CollegeSt. Louis
2006Wisconsin2-1Boston CollegeMilwaukee
2005Denver4-1North DakotaColumbus, Ohio
2004Denver1-0MaineBoston
2003Minnesota5-1New HampshireBuffalo, N.Y.
2002Minnesota4-3 (OT)MaineSt. Paul, Minn.
2001Boston College3-2 (OT)North DakotaAlbany, N.Y.
2000North Dakota4-2Boston CollegeProvidence, R.I.
1999Maine3-2 (OT)New HampshireAnaheim, Calif.
1998Michigan3-2 (OT)Boston CollegeBoston
1997North Dakota6-4Boston UniversityMilwaukee
1996Michigan3-2 (OT)Colorado CollegeCincinnati
1995Boston University6-2MaineProvidence, R.I.
1994Lake Superior State9-1Boston UniversitySt. Paul, Minn.
1993Maine5-4Lake Superior StateMilwaukee
1992Lake Superior State5-3#WisconsinAlbany, N.Y.
1991Northern Michigan8-7 (OT)Boston UniversitySt. Paul, Minn.
1990Wisconsin7-3ColgateDetroit
1989Harvard4-3 (OT)MinnesotaSt. Paul, Minn.
1988Lake Superior State4-3 (OT)St. LawrenceLake Placid, N.Y.
1987North Dakota5-3Michigan StateDetroit
1986Michigan State6-5HarvardProvidence, R.I.
1985Rensselaer2-1ProvidenceDetroit
1984Bowling Green5-4 (OT)Minnesota DuluthLake Placid, N.Y.
1983Wisconsin6-2HarvardGrand Forks, N.D.
1982North Dakota5-2WisconsinProvidence, R.I.
1981Wisconsin6-3MinnesotaDuluth, Minnesota
1980North Dakota5-2Northern MichiganProvidence, R.I.
1979Minnesota4-3North DakotaDetroit
1978Boston University5-3Boston CollegeProvidence, R.I.
1977Wisconsin6-5 (OT)MichiganDetroit
1976Minnesota6-4Michigan TechDenver
1975Michigan Tech6-1MinnesotaSt. Louis
1974Minnesota4-2Michigan TechBoston
1973Wisconsin4-2#DenverBoston
1972Boston University4-0CornellBoston
1971Boston University4-2MinnesotaSyracuse, N.Y.
1970Cornell6-4ClarksonLake Placid, N.Y.
1969Denver4-3CornellColorado Spring, Colo.
1968Denver4-0North DakotaDuluth, Minnesota
1967Cornell4-1Boston UniversitySyracuse, N.Y.
1966Michigan State6-1ClarksonMinneapolis
1965Michigan Tech8-2Boston CollegeProvidence, R.I.
1964Michigan6-3DenverDenver
1963North Dakota6-5DenverBoston
1962Michigan Tech7-1ClarksonUtica, N.Y.
1961Denver12-2St. LawrenceDenver
1960Denver5-3Michigan TechBoston
1959North Dakota4-3 (OT)Michigan StateTroy, N.Y.
1958Denver6-2North DakotaMinneapolis
1957Colorado College13-6MichiganColorado Spring, Colo.
1956Michigan7-5Michigan TechColorado Spring, Colo.
1955Michigan5-3Colorado CollegeColorado Spring, Colo.
1954Rensselaer5-4 (OT)MinnesotaColorado Spring, Colo.
1953Michigan7-3MinnesotaColorado Spring, Colo.
1952Michigan4-1Colorado CollegeColorado Spring, Colo.
1951Michigan7-1BrownColorado Spring, Colo.
1950Colorado College13-4Boston UniversityColorado Spring, Colo.
1949Boston College4-3DartmouthColorado Spring, Colo.
1948Michigan8-4DartmouthColorado Spring, Colo.
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