Format: All 12 teams qualify. The top four seeds get byes into the quarterfinals, where they meet the four winners of first-round series.
First round: Best-of-three series, March 7-9 at campus sites: Seed 12 at 5, 11 at 6, 10 at 7, 9 at 8. Schedule/results
Quarterfinals: Best-of-three series, March 14-16 at campus sites: Lowest remaining overall seed at 1; second-lowest remaining overall seed at 2, third-lowest remaining seed at 3, fourth-lowest remaining seed at 4. Schedule/results
Championship: At Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y. March 21: Semifinals, 4:05 p.m. EDT and 60 minutes after completion of first game. March 22: Semifinal winners, 7:05 p.m. EDT. Schedule/results
Note: Teams are reseeded after the first and quarterfinal rounds.
Watch this page for all of USCHO.com’s game recaps, columns, features and blog posts from the 2014 Atlantic Hockey conference playoffs.
Sunday, March 23
Saturday, March 22
- Robert Morris' Wydo no longer overlooked after Atlantic Hockey tourney MVP performance
- Recap: Wydo, Robert Morris have all the answers in beating Canisius for Atlantic Hockey title
- Bracketology Blog: Here's our final prediction for the NCAA tournament brackets
- Live Blogs: Follow the Atlantic Hockey championship game
- Photos: Gallery: Canisius, Robert Morris get overtime wins in Atlantic Hockey
Friday, March 21
- Like in second half of season, Robert Morris finds a way to rebound
- Farrell goes from reserve to overtime star for Canisius
- Recap: Jacklin's OT goal sends Robert Morris to its first AHA championship game
- Recap: Canisius back in Atlantic Hockey title game after Farrell's overtime goal ousts Mercyhurst
- Live Blogs: Follow the Atlantic Hockey semifinals