Format: The top eight of 10 teams qualify. Alaska is not eligible for the postseason because of NCAA sanctions.
Quarterfinals: Best-of-three series, March 13-15 at campus sites. Seed 8 at 1, 7 at 2, 6 at 3, 5 at 4. Schedule/results
Championship (Final Five): At Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn. March 20: Semifinals — 4 and 7:30 p.m. CDT. March 21: Championship game, 6 p.m. CDT. Schedule/results
Notes: Teams are reseeded after the quarterfinal round.
Watch this page for all of USCHO.com’s game recaps, columns, features and blog posts from the 2015 WCHA conference playoffs.
Monday, March 23
Saturday, March 21
- Minnesota State's McClure: 'The puck was on my stick at the right time'
- Photos: Gallery: Minnesota State overcomes Michigan Tech for WCHA title
- Recap: McClure's hat trick in four-goal third leads Minnesota State to WCHA title
- Bracketology Blog: The field of 16 is set; now we work on the brackets
- WCHA Blog: Backes on Minnesota State: 'It's pretty exciting to see where that program has come'
- Live Blogs: Updates, analysis from the WCHA Final Five championship
Friday, March 20
- Minnesota State again relies on scoring depth in WCHA semifinal
- Happy homecoming for Michigan Tech's Heinonen, who stays hot with two goals against Bowling Green
- Photos: Gallery: Friday at the WCHA Final Five
- Recap: Freshmen McClure, Franklin send Minnesota State into WCHA title game with win over Ferris State
- Recap: Michigan Tech overcomes Bowling Green, moves into title game for first time since 1996
- Live Blogs: Updates, analysis from the WCHA Final Five semifinals