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Hockey East Tournament: Schedule, TV and Ticket information

Defending champion UMass Lowell looks to repeat as the highest remaining seed in the tournament.

UMass Lowell sophomore goaltender Connor Hellebuyck
UMass Lowell sophomore goaltender Connor Hellebuyck
Justin K. Aller

BOSTON -- The 30th annual Hockey East Tournament is Friday and Saturday at the TD Garden, and for the first time there will be no team from Boston competing in the semifinals.

League newcomer Notre Dame vies for its first Lamoriello Cup while UMass Lowell looks to defend its title. Providence is on a quest for its first league crown since 1996 while UNH has had a shorter dry spell, only dating back to the 2003.



Friday, March 21, 2014

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

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


Saturday, March 22, 2014

7 p.m. - UMass Lowell/Notre Dame winner vs. Providence/New Hampshire winner

Television Info

New England Sports Network (NESN) will broadcast the three games in the local geographic region with the first semifinal being live on NESN. The second semifinal and the championship game will be broadcast on the station's NESN + channel. Viewers nationwide will be able to catch the games on NBC Sports Network.

Ticket Info

Ticket prices for each night of the championship range from $17 and $25 in the balcony to $30, $37 and $39 in the loge and club sections. Special student discounts are also available, according to the Hockey East website. Fans can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster or the TD Garden Box Office.