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College Hockey TV Schedule: Friday, March 21, 2014

All but one of the six Division I conferences will have their championships broadcast nationally.

Notre Dame looks to win its first ever Hockey East Championship this weekend at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass.
Notre Dame looks to win its first ever Hockey East Championship this weekend at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass.
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Big Ten

2 p.m. CT - No. 6 Penn State vs. No. 2 Wisconsin

7 p.m. CT - No. 4 Ohio State vs. No. 1 Minnesota

* Both games are live on the Big Ten Network.

ECAC Hockey

4:07 p.m. ET - No. 4 Cornell vs. No. 1 Union

7:37 p.m. ET - No. 3 Quinnipiac vs. No. 2 Colgate

* Both games are live on Fox College Sports Atlantic

Hockey East

5 p.m. ET - No. 8 Notre Dame vs. No. 2 UMass Lowell

8 p.m. ET - No. 4 New Hampshire vs. No. 3 Providence

* Both games can be seen live outside the New England region on NBC Sports Network. The first semifinal is on New England Sports Network (NESN) in the region. The second game will be on the network's second channel, NESN +, due to a Bruins game.

NCHC

4:07 p.m. CT - No. 6 Denver vs. No. 5 Western Michigan

7:37 p.m. CT - No. 8 Miami vs. No. 2 North Dakota

* Both games can be seen live on CBS Sports Network.

WCHA

2:07 p.m. ET - No. 3 Bowling Green vs. No. 2 Minnesota State

7:07 p.m. ET - No. 5 Alaska-Anchorage vs. No. 1 Ferris State

* Both games can be seen live on Fox College Sports Central.

Atlantic Hockey

4:05 p.m. ET - No. 7 Canisius vs. No. 1 Mercyhurst

7:35 p.m. ET - No. 6 Niagara vs. No. 5 Robert Morris

* AmericaOne, in conjunction with the conference, will stream the two games on the internet.

Jeff Cox covers college, junior and high school hockey, NCAA recruiting and NHL Draft prospects. Follow him on twitter @JeffCoxSBNation.