2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships - Junior Hockey News
Published: Wednesday, 13 Nov 2013
|Seven Cities to Host Championships|
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Sites for the 2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships were announced today by USA Hockey with seven cities across the country hosting events in late March.
USA Hockey has been conducting national championships since 1937. FastHockey.com will provide live streaming coverage.
USA Hockey will announce dates and locations for its 2015 adult, women, junior and sled hockey national championships in the coming months.
NOTES: The 2014 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships will be held March 26-April 6, 2014
, in Amherst, N.Y., Green Bay, Wis., Hackensack, N.J., Marlborough, Mass., Omaha, Neb., Reston, Va. and Wayne, N.J. ... A complete list of USA Hockey national champions can be found here
... Michigan holds the distinction as home of the most USA Hockey national champions, boasting 116 programs that have captured a title. Massachusetts is second with 79 champions and Illinois has 31 champions.
2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championship Locations
March 18-30, 2015
|High School||Arnold, Mo.||Mid States Club Hockey Association||March 18-22, 2015|
Youth, Tier I 14U, 16U, 18U
San Jose, Calif.
|San Jose Junior Sharks||March 26-30, 2015|
Youth, Tier II 14U
Salt Lake City, Utah
|Utah Amateur Hockey Association||March 26-30, 2015|
Youth, Tier II 16U
|Texas Amateur Hockey Association||March 26-30, 2015|
Youth, Tier II 18U
|Troy Youth Hockey Association||March 26-30, 2015|
|Adult Women A, B, C||Green Bay, Wis.||Green Bay Area Youth Hockey Association||March 26-29, 2015|
Girls, Tier I
Green Bay, Wis.
|Green Bay Area Youth Hockey Association||March 26-30, 2015|
|Girls, Tier II||Lansing, Mich.||Lansing Capitals||March 26-30, 2015|
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