In the first upset of the NCAA Division I Men's Hockey Tournament, ESPN's John Buccigross and Barry Melrose will call ... the East Regional. Not the Northeast. But we all know how the NCAA Tournament is all about minimizing travel.
Here's where you can find all of this year's NCAA Tournament games on your television set. All times Eastern.
Friday, March 28
2:00 PM -- (1) Union vs. (4) Vermont, East Regional semifinal, ESPNU
4:30 PM -- (2) Ferris State vs. (3) Colgate, Midwest Regional semifinal, ESPN3 (tape-delayed on ESPNU at 10:30 PM)
5:30 PM -- (2) Quinnipiac vs. (3) Providence, East Regional semifinal, ESPNU
8:00 PM -- (1) Wisconsin vs. (4) North Dakota, Midwest Regional semifinal, ESPNU
Saturday, March 29
3 PM -- Union / Vermont winner vs. Quinnipiac / Providence winner, East Regional final, ESPN2
4 PM -- (1) Boston College vs. (4) Denver, Northeast Regional semifinal, ESPNU
5:30 PM -- (1) Minnesota vs. (4) Robert Morris, West Regional semifinal, ESPN2
6:30 PM -- Ferris State / Colgate winner vs. Wisconsin / North Dakota winner, Midwest Regional final, ESPNU
7:30 PM -- (2) Massachusetts-Lowell vs. (3) Minnesota State, Northeast Regional semifinal, ESPN3 (tape-delayed on ESPNU at 11:30 PM)
9:00 PM -- (2) Notre Dame vs. (3) St. Cloud State, West Regional semifinal, ESPN2
Sunday, March 30
5:00 PM -- Boston College / Denver winner vs. Massachusetts-Lowell / Minnesota State winner, Northeast Regional final, ESPNU
7:30 PM -- Minnesota / Robert Morris winner vs. Notre Dame / St. Cloud State winner, West Regional final, ESPNU
Thursday, April 10
5:00 PM -- Frozen Four semifinal, ESPN2
8:30 PM -- Frozen Four semifinal, ESPN2
Saturday, April 12
7:00 PM -- Frozen Four championship, ESPN
Broadcast teams for each regional are: John Buccigross, Barry Melrose, Quint Kessenich (East), Joe Davis and Billy Jaffe (Northeast), Joe Beninati and Daren Eliot (Midwest) and Clay Matvick and Sean Ritchlin (West).