Tourney

2018 NEHC Tournament Information
photoHobart captured the 2018 NEHC Tournament title

This serves as the conference championship tournament of the NEHC. All eight teams advance to the postseason. The tournament occurs over three weekends with quarterfinals, semifinals and finals taking place at the highest seed. The winner of the tournament claims the NEHC's automatic-qualification bid to the DIII NCAA National Championship.

Quarterfinals: Saturday, Feb. 17
Semifinals: Saturday, Feb. 24
Finals: Saturday, March 3

All at Campus Sites of higher seeds


Quarterfinal Round

#1 Norwich def. #8 Castleton, 2-1 2OT - Box Score
#2 Hobart def. #7 Southern Maine, 8-0 - Box Score
#3 Babson def. #6 Skidmore, 3-2 2OT - Box Score
#4 UMass Boston def. #5 New England College, 5-3 - Box Score


Semifinal Round

#1 Norwich def. #4 UMass Boston, 6-3 - Box Score
#2 Hobart def. #3 Babson, 3-2 - Box Score


Championship

#2 Hobart def. #1 Norwich, 3-0 - Box Score


2018 NEHC All-Tournament Team
Forward: Coby Downs, Norwich University
Forward: Andrew Longo, Hobart College
Forward: Jordan Haskell, Hobart College
Defense: Mike Faulkner, Hobart College
Goaltender: Tom Aubrun, Norwich University
Goaltender: Frank Oplinger, Hobart College

Most Valuable Player: Frank Oplinger, Hobart College



 New England Hockey Conference All-Time Tournament Champions 
1966: Colby                            
1967: Merrimack                  
1968: Merrimack                   
1969: American International                               
1970: Vermont                      
1971: Bowdoin                     
1972: Massachusetts            
1973: Vermont                      
1974: Vermont                       
1975: Bowdoin                       
1976: Bowdoin                     
1977: Merrimack                    
1978: Bowdoin                       
1979: Lowell                          
1980: Merrimack                   
1981: Lowell                         
1982: Lowell                         
1983: Lowell                          
1984: Babson                          
1985: Salem                           
1986: Bowdoin 
1987: Merrimack                    
1988: Merrimack                    
1989: Merrimack                    
1990: American International                                  
1991: Middlebury                  
1992: Babson                         
1993: Bowdoin                       
1994: Salem                             
1995: Salem                         
1996: Amherst                     
1997: Colby                             
1998: Middlebury                     
1999: Norwich                    
2000: Norwich                      
2001: New England College               
2002: Norwich
2003: Norwich                      
2004: Norwich                       
2005: New England College                
2006: Norwich                      
2007: Babson                           
2008: Norwich                          
2009: Babson 
2010: Norwich                         
2011: Norwich                           
2012: Norwich                        
2013: Babson                          
2014: Babson                             
2015: Norwich
2016: UMass Boston
2017: Norwich
2018: Hobart
League name changed to New England Hockey Conference to begin 2015-2016 season