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EHL Frozen Finals

COUNTDOWN TO PROVIDENCE

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The 2020 EHL Frozen Finals will be streamed live on HockeyTV.

EHL ROAD TO PROVIDENCE

At the end of the regular season, a total of 14 teams will advance to the playoffs in the EHL. This year's teams are broken up into two separate conferences, the New England Conference (NEW) and the Mid-Atlantic Conference (ATL). Due to a greater number of organizations in the New England Conference, there will be two more playoff teams advancing out of this group. In total, 8 of the 11 New England Conference teams will make the playoffs, while 6 of the 8 Mid-Atlantic Conference teams will advance to the postseason.

PLAY-IN ROUND

The Play-In Round of the EHL playoffs will feature only the final four seeds in the New England Conference. Seeds #5 through #8 will each match up in a single game elimination contest, with the winners advancing to the First Round of the playoffs.

New England Conference
#5 vs. #8
#6 vs. #7

Seeds #5 and #6 will host the Play-In Round matchups.

At the end of the Play-In Round, six total teams will be left in each respective conference.


The Play-In Round must be played on either March 4th or 5th.

FIRST ROUND

Prior to the start of the First Round, the remaining six teams within each respective conference will be reseeded based off of the regular season standings, #1 through #6.

With the top two seeds in each conference enjoying First Round byes, seed #3 will face-off with seed #6, and seed #4 will take on seed #5.

New England Conference
#3 vs. #6
#4 vs. #5

Mid-Atlantic Conference
#3 vs. #6
#4 vs. #5

All First Round matchups are best-of-three series, with home-ice advantage being determined by the EHL Operating Rules. A total of four teams will remain in each conference at the end of the First Round.

The First Round can start on March 6th, and all series must be completed by March 12th.

SECOND ROUND

Prior to the start of the Second Round, the remaining four teams within each respective conference will be reseeded based off of the regular season standings, #1 through #4.

Similar to the First Round, all Second Round matchups will be best-of-three series with home ice being determined by the EHL Operating Rules.

New England Conference
#1 vs. #4
#2 vs. #3

Mid-Atlantic Conference
#1 vs. #4
#2 vs. #3

At the end of the Second Round, two teams from each conference will advance to the EHL Frozen Finals.

The Second Round can start on March 13th, and all series must be completed by March 20th.

EHLP ROAD TO PROVIDENCE

At the end of the regular season, a total of 11 teams will advance to the playoffs in the EHLP. This year's teams are broken up into two separate conferences, the New England Conference (NEW) and the MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE (ATL). Due to a greater number of organizations in the New England Conference, there will be three more playoff teams advancing out of this group. In total, 7 of the 8 New England Conference teams will make the playoffs, while 4 of the 5 Mid-Atlantic Conference teams will advance to the postseason.

PLAY-IN ROUND

The Play-In Round of the EHLP playoffs will feature only the final two seeds in the New England Conference. Seeds #6 and #7 will face-off in a single elimination game, with the winner advancing to the First Round of the playoffs.

New England Conference
#6 vs. #7

Seed #6 will host the Play-In Round matchup.

At the end of the Play-In Round, six total teams will be left in the New England Conference, while four teams will remain in the Mid-Atlantic Conference.

The Play-In Round must be played on either March 4th or 5th.

FIRST ROUND

Prior to the start of the First Round, the remaining six teams in the New England Conference will be reseeded based off of the regular season standings, #1 through #6.

With the top two seeds enjoying First Round byes, seed #3 will face-off with seed #6, and seed #4 will take on seed #5.

New England Conference
#3 vs. #6
#4 vs. #5

Each First Round matchup is a best-of-three series, with home-ice advantage being determined by the EHL Operating Rules. A total of four teams will remain in each conference at the end of the First Round.

The First Round can start on March 6th, and both series must be completed by March 12th.

SECOND ROUND

Prior to the start of the Second Round, the remaining four teams within each respective conference will be reseeded based off of the regular season standings, #1 through #4.

Similar to the First Round, all Second Round matchups will be best-of-three series with home ice being determined by the EHL Operating Rules.

New England Conference
#1 vs. #4
#2 vs. #3

Mid-Atlantic Conference
#1 vs. #4
#2 vs. #3

At the end of the Second Round, two teams from each conference will advance to the EHL Frozen Finals.

The Second Round can start on March 13th, and all series must be completed by March 20th. With there only being one round of playoffs for the Mid-Atlantic Conference, the four postseason teams that advance will be allowed to start their Second Round series as early as March 10th if they elect to do so.

THE 2020 EHL FROZEN FINALS

For the third consecutive season, the EHL and the EHLP will crown its league champions at Schneider Arena on the campus of Providence College.

Below you'll find the schedule of events for the final week of March.

Wednesday, March 25th

  • EHL Round Robin Game #1 -- 4:45pm
  • EHL Round Robin Game #2 -- 7:15pm

Thursday, March 26th

  • EHL Round Robin Game #3 -- 4:45pm
  • EHL Round Robin Game #4 -- 7:15pm

Friday, March 27th

  • 2nd Annual EHL Banquet of Champions and Awards Show -- 5:00pm

Saturday, March 28th

  • EHLP Semi-Final #1 -- 10:00am
  • EHLP Semi-Final #2 -- 1:00pm
  • EHL Round Robin Game #5 -- 4:00pm
  • EHL Round Robin Game #6 -- 7:00pm

Sunday, March 29th

  • EHLP Championship Game -- 10:00am
  • EHL Championship Game -- 1:00pm

On Friday, March 27th the league will come together at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, RI for the 2nd Annual EHL Banquet of Champions and Awards Show.



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