2017–18 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season

The 2017–18 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season began in October 2017 and ended with the Frozen Four in April 2018.[1] This was the 71st season in which an NCAA ice hockey championship was held, and US college hockey's 123rd year overall.

Polls

Regular season

Standings

    2017–18 Atlantic Hockey men's standings
    Conference record Overall record
    GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
    Mercyhurst2816843690813721124124111
    Canisius28171103494763819172117108
    Holy Cross2812106308070361316797100
    Army281210630807036151569391
    #14 Air Force *2813114307364432315511594
    RIT28131412791903715202114127
    Robert Morris28121332779784118203119118
    American International2811134266375391520488116
    Niagara2810153237690361122393123
    Bentley289145237287371318696114
    Sacred Heart2891542279963913224107135
    Championship: March 17, 2018
    indicates conference regular season champion
    * indicates conference tournament champion (Riley Trophy)
    Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated March 5, 2018
      Conference record Overall record
      GP W L T SOW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
      #2 Notre Dame†*2417611536647402810211787
      #3 Ohio State2414821457755412610513185
      #4 Michigan241110323870724022153136121
      #13 Penn State24910523470723818155138120
      #18 Minnesota241012213365693819172102100
      Wisconsin24813312869833714194115124
      Michigan State2461621215377361222291117
      Championship: March 17, 2018
      † indicates conference regular season champion
      * indicates conference tournament champion
      Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated March 12, 2018
        Overall record
        GP W L T GF GA
        Arizona State34821577123
        Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated April 20, 2018
          2017–18 ECAC Hockey men's standings
          Conference record Overall record
          GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
          #8 Cornell22173236613233256210252
          Union221651337048382115211598
          #12 Clarkson221255297449402311612275
          Harvard221183256850331514410485
          Dartmouth2211101235569351617283107
          Colgate22109323494640171768788
          #15 Princeton*22101022277793619134131110
          Yale221011121675931151518788
          Quinnipiac2291122059563816184105106
          Brown22714115456331819467104
          Rensselaer22416210458637627473129
          St. Lawrence2231817437637827280122
          Championship: March 17, 2018
          indicates conference regular season champion (Cleary Cup)
          * indicates conference tournament champion (Whitelaw Cup)
          Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated February 26, 2018
            2017–18 Hockey East men's standings
            Conference record Overall record
            GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
            #19 Boston College241860367953372014310899
            #11 Northeastern241563337949382310513681
            #7 Providence241374307050402412411785
            #10 Boston University*2412842872604022144124105
            Connecticut24111212370623615192100102
            Maine24101132365743818164117115
            Massachusetts–Lowell2411130226875361719010199
            Massachusetts2491322060743917202104119
            Vermont246126185175371020779112
            Merrimack247152165170371221483105
            New Hampshire245145154871361020688104
            Championship: March 17, 2018
            indicates conference regular season champion; * indicates conference tournament champion
            Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated March 1, 2018
              Conference record Overall record
              GP W L T SOW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
              #6 St. Cloud State 2416441539359402596144101
              #5 Denver*2412664467653412310813586
              #1 Minnesota–Duluth24131100397956422516313292
              #17 North Dakota24810633371684017131011795
              Omaha241013103175973617172121134
              Western Michigan241013103182943615192115129
              Colorado College2481243316385371517599121
              Miami24614422462893712205103128
              Championship: March 17, 2018
              indicates conference regular season champion; * indicates conference tournament champion
              Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated March 5, 2018
                Conference record Overall record
                GP W L T SOW PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
                #9 Minnesota State28225106711658402910115384
                #20 Northern Michigan28197226185644325153130108
                Bowling Green28176525887634123126122100
                Bemidji State2813964497763381614810395
                #16 Michigan Tech*281211524382754422175134117
                Ferris State28111610346886381423187122
                Alabama–Huntsville28101621336986371223284121
                Alaska2891721307485361122397118
                Lake Superior State2881730275990361022476121
                Alaska Anchorage2842133185510234426465124
                Championship: March 17, 2018
                indicates conference regular season champion (MacNaughton Cup)
                * indicates conference tournament champion (Broadmoor Trophy)
                Rankings: USCHO.com Top 20 Poll; updated March 5, 2018

                2018 NCAA Tournament[2]

                Regional Semifinals Regional Finals Frozen Four National Championship
                            
                1 St. Cloud State 1
                4 Air Force 4
                4 Air Force 1
                West Regional
                3 Minnesota–Duluth 2
                2 Minnesota State 2
                3 Minnesota–Duluth 3*
                W3 Minnesota-Duluth 2
                MW1 Ohio State 1
                1 Ohio State 4
                4 Princeton 2
                1 Ohio State 5
                Midwest Regional
                2 Denver 1
                2 Denver 5
                3 Penn State 1
                W3 Minnesota-Duluth 2
                E1 Notre Dame 1
                1 Cornell 1
                4 Boston University 3
                4 Boston University 3
                Northeast Regional
                2 Michigan 6
                2 Michigan 3
                3 Northeastern 2
                NE2 Michigan 3
                E1 Notre Dame 4
                1 Notre Dame 4*
                4 Michigan Tech 3
                1 Notre Dame 2
                East Regional
                2 Providence 1
                2 Providence 1
                3 Clarkson 0

                Note: * denotes overtime period(s)

                Player stats[3]

                Scoring leaders

                GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

                Player Class Team GP G A Pts PIM
                Adam GaudetteJuniorNortheastern3830306041
                Max VéronneauJuniorPrinceton3617385512
                Dylan SikuraSeniorNortheastern3522325422
                Ryan KuffnerJuniorPrinceton362923526
                Henrik BorgströmSophomoreDenver4023295218
                Cooper MarodyJuniorMichigan4016355124
                Brady FergusonSeniorRobert Morris4118314920
                Dylan McLaughlinJuniorCanisius3717314810
                Troy TerryJuniorDenver391434486
                Adam RockwoodSeniorNorthern Michigan438404818

                Leading goaltenders

                The following goaltenders lead the NCAA in goals against average while playing at least 33% of their team's total minutes.

                GP = Games played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

                Player Class Team GP Min W L T GA SO SV% GAA
                Matthew GalajdaFreshmanCornell291669:202152429.9391.51
                Colton PointSophomoreColgate331997:0516125586.9441.74
                Connor LaCouveeSeniorMinnesota State311800:132361543.9141.80
                Jake KiellySophomoreClarkson392336:5922116718.9291.82
                Tanner JailletSeniorDenver392293:262297725.9281.88
                Hunter ShepardSophomoreMinnesota–Duluth412392:4925141768.9251.91
                Cayden PrimeauFreshmanNortheastern342004:321985644.9311.92
                Cale MorrisSophomoreNotre Dame372192:432781714.9441.94
                Corbin KaczperskiSophomoreYale12684:31740230.9332.02
                Dávid HrenákFreshmanSt. Cloud State241356:521377463.9222.03

                Awards

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