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Here’s how the championship predictions break down in College Hockey Pickem 2014

In nearly 11,000 valid brackets entered for College Hockey Pickem 2014, two schools combined to get more than half of the predictions to win the NCAA tournament.

Top overall seed Minnesota is the favorite with 32 percent of the championship picks. Boston College, which has won the title in three straight even years, was next at 21 percent.

In all, 10,937 valid brackets were entered for College Hockey Pickem 2014, up from 10,648 last season. Here’s how the championship predictions break down:

Team
Title picks
Percentage
Minnesota350132.01%
Boston College224320.51%
Union10739.81%
Wisconsin10669.75%
Massachusetts-Lowell9428.61%
North Dakota7156.54%
St. Cloud State3122.85%
Quinnipiac2892.64%
Notre Dame2762.52%
Ferris State1721.57%
Denver1080.99%
Minnesota State870.80%
Providence560.51%
Colgate470.43%
Vermont370.34%
Robert Morris130.12%

Don’t feel bad for Robert Morris. Last season, only 14 brackets had Yale as the national champion.

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