State Tournament Schedule & Results

2022 State Boys & Girls Hockey Tournament
March 3, 4, and 5
Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis.

Thursday, March 3 - 10 a.m. (Boys Division 2 Semifinals)
Game 1 – #1 ranked team vs. #4 ranked team
Game 2 – #2 ranked team vs. #3 ranked team

Thursday, March 3 - 4 p.m. (Girls Semifinals)
Game 3 – #1 ranked team vs. #4 ranked team
Game 4 – #2 ranked team vs. #3 ranked team

Friday, March 4 - 10 a.m. (Boys Division 1 Semifinals)
Game 5 – #1 ranked team vs. #4 ranked team
Game 6 – #2 ranked team vs. #3 ranked team

Saturday, March 5 - 9:30 a.m.
Game 7 – Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2 (Boys Division 2 Championship)
Game 8 – Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4 (Girls Championship)
Game 9 – Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6 (Boys Division 1 Championship)

Tournament Information
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Tournament Information

State Tournament Spectator Guide - Wisconsin Rapids

State Preview

Purchase State Tournament DVDs:  Prep

Photos from the 2021 Hockey Tournament by Visual Image Photography, Inc.

ESCO Commemorative Awards


State Hockey Apparel Store - Store is open and closes February 24 at midnight

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Allowed with Conditions

  • Temporary banners are allowed, with some restrictions. This includes the kinds that are carried by hand. These banners may NOT have offensive language, be used to disrupt players or officials, interfere with spectators' view, used in an inappropriate manner or be carried around the facility.  Fatheads are allowed, but limited to 22"x28" to not obstruct view of other fans, with the same restrictions mentioned above.
  • Larger "team spirit" banners will be permitted on the railing in front of student sections (only). Banners must be secured with string or plastic ties. NO TAPE may be used to secure banners.
  • Team run-throughs will be allowed off ice at the players’ entrance to the rink, several feet from the ice sheet, to minimize debris on the playing surface.
  • Shakers and pennants for spectators, cheerleaders, and pom-pom squads are allowed, even if attached to wooden/plastic sticks. “Homer hankies,” towels and “hands” with “No. 1 fingers” are permitted. These items may contain no printing except school name, team nickname, and/or school mascot.
  • Spectators may use a hand held-video camera from regular seating areas. Monopods are ok, but tripods and power cables are not allowed.

Not Allowed

  • Coolers, canned, or bottled goods.
  • Paper confetti.
  • Noisemakers may not disrupt or interfere with playing action. Air horns, whistles and devices that simulate gunfire are NOT allowed (cannons, cap pistols, etc.).
  • Tape decks, radios, and amplification equipment.
  • Balloons, beach balls, etc.
  • Tripods and power cables.
  • Laser pointers will be confiscated and the individual will be ejected. Dane County ordinance can lead to fines in excess of $100.
  • Throwing anything on the ice or in the seating area.
  • Body paint. (Face paint is permitted)
  • The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association objects to use of activities, materials, logos, apparel, mascots or guestures that are profane, vulgar, insulting or offensive to others.  The membership disapproves of any form of taunting or expression that is intended or designed to embarrass, ridicule, disrespect or demean others under any circumstances including on the basis of race, religion, gender or national origin.
Watch Championship Games

Magic of March

The State Boys & Girls Hockey finals will be televised and streamed live on: WKOW Madison, WAOW Wausau, WXOW La Crosse, WQOW Eau Claire, WYOW Eagle River, WMOW Crandon, WCWF CW-14  Appleton/Green Bay, KBJR-MY9 Duluth/Superior and WMLW Milwaukee.

WIAA.TV & Archived Games

Subscribe to watch the quarterfinals and semifinals of the State Boys Hockey Tournament and the semifinals of the State Girls Hockey Tournament streamed live, as well as archives of the games without subscription on the NFHS Network. Subscribe to watch all the action.