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NCAA hockey selection show 2018 live stream: Time, TV schedule, how to watch online

Cornell, Notre Dame, Ohio State and St. Cloud State have already been named the No. 1 seeds.

2017 NCAA Division I Men's Hockey Championships - Semifinals

The Chicago Blackhawks will get one last look at some of their prospects this month and a chance to see some potential top undrafted players as well in the NCAA tournament.

But first the selection show will announce the 16-team field Sunday.

The selection process is divided into two parts. The first one gives six conference champions automatic bids to the tournament, while the second phase is selecting the remaining best 10 teams on an at-large basis.

Four teams are seeded No. 1 as the top overall seed for each regional site. Those teams were announced one hour prior to the selection show. They’re in alphabetical order: Cornell, Notre Dame, Ohio State and St. Cloud State. The Fighting Irish are the lone regular-season and tournament conference champion in the group.

A four-team single-elimination regional will determine the regional final matchup. The four regional winners will advance to the Frozen Four on April 5 at Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The semifinal winners will play for the national championship.

List of Hawks prospects in the NCAA:

Evan Barratt (Penn State), Big 10

Liam Coughlin (Vermont), Hockey East

Josh Ess (Wisconsin), Big 10

Parker Foo (Union), ECAC

*Dennis Gilbert (Notre Dame), Big 10

*Blake Hillman (Denver), NCHC

*Chad Krys (Boston), Hockey East

Jake Massie (Vermont), Hockey East

*Ian Mitchell (Denver), NCHC

Fredrik Olofsson (Nebraska-Omaha), NCHC

Jack Ramsey (Minnesota), Big 10

Ryan Sea (Northeastern), Hockey East

Dylan Sikura (Northeastern), Hockey East

Beau Starrett (Cornell), ECAC

*Guaranteed a spot based on conference tournament title

2018 NCAA tournament Selection Show

When: 11 a.m. Central, Sunday

TV: ESPNU

Online: WatchESPN.com

App: WatchESPN app