Central Collegiate Hockey Association

Central Collegiate Hockey Association
Central Collegiate
Hockey Association
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Fondée en 1971
Division NCAA Division I
Membres 12
Sports hockey sur glace H
Map - College Hockey - CCHA states.svg

La Central Collegiate Hockey Association est un groupement de douze universités gérant les compétitions de hockey sur glace masculin dans le centre des États-Unis. Cette conférence comprend également une formation d'Alaska.

Cette conférence de hockey est exclusivement masculine.

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Membres actuels

Localisations des membres de la Central Collegiate Hockey Association.
 

Palmarès

  • 1972 : Ohio State
  • 1973 : Bowling Green
  • 1974 : Saint Louis
  • 1975 : Saint Louis
  • 1976 : Saint Louis
  • 1977 : Bowling Green
  • 1978 : Bowling Green
  • 1979 : Bowling Green
  • 1980 : Northern Michigan
  • 1981 : Northern Michigan
  • 1982 : Michigan State
  • 1983 : Michigan State
 
  • 1984 : Michigan State
  • 1985 : Michigan State
  • 1986 : Western Michigan
  • 1987 : Michigan State
  • 1988 : Bowling Green
  • 1989 : Michigan State
  • 1990 : Michigan State
  • 1991 : Lake Superior State
  • 1992 : Lake Superior State
  • 1993 : Lake Superior State
  • 1994 : Michigan
  • 1995 : Lake Superior State
   

Palmarès National

Plusieurs formations de la CCHA ont emporté le titre national NCAA :

Patinoires

Université Patinoire Capacité
Alaska-Fairbanks Carlson Center 4 324
Bowling Green BGSU Ice Arena 5 000
Ferris State Ewigleben Arena 2 641
Lake Superior State Taffy Abel Arena 4 000
Miami (Ohio) Goggin Ice Center 3 200
Michigan Yost Ice Arena 6 193
Michigan State Munn Ice Arena 6 170
Northern Michigan Berry Events Center 3 902
Nebraska-Omaha Qwest Center Omaha 14 700
Notre Dame Joyce Center Rink 4 000
Ohio State Value City Arena 17 500
Western Michigan Lawson Arena 3 667

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