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ECAC Hockey League

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The ECAC Hockey League is one of the six conferences that compete in NCAA Division I ice hockey. It is sponsored by the Eastern College Athletic Conference, a consortium of over 300 colleges in the eastern United States.

The ECAC Hockey League has 12 members, all of which participate in the men's conference. Eleven schools participate in the women's conference.

In 2005, Vermont will leave the ECAC Hockey League and join Hockey East. Quinnipiac will leave Atlantic Hockey (men) and College Hockey America (women) and join the ECAC Hockey League. In 2006, Rensselaer's women's team will join the ECAC Hockey League. At that time, the ECAC Hockey League will become the only Division I hockey conference with a full complement of both men's and women's teams.

List of Men's ECAC Championship Games

From 1962 to 1992, the ECAC Championship Game was held in Boston, MA, at the Boston Arena from 1962 to 1966, and at Boston Garden from 1966 to 1992.

From 1993 to 2002, the ECAC Championship Game was held at 1980 Olympic Arena in Lake Placid, NY.

Since 2003, the ECAC Championship Game has been held at Pepsi Arena in Albany, NY.

  • 1962 St. Lawrence def. Clarkson 5-2
  • 1963 Harvard def. Boston College 4-3 (ot)
  • 1964 Providence def. St. Lawrence 3-1
  • 1965 Boston College def. Brown 6-2
  • 1966 Clarkson def. Cornell 6-2
  • 1967 Cornell def. Boston University 4-3
  • 1968 Cornell def. Boston College 6-3
  • 1969 Cornell def. Harvard 4-2
  • 1970 Cornell def. Clarkson 3-2
  • 1971 Harvard def. Clarkson 7-4
  • 1972 Boston University def. Cornell 4-1
  • 1973 Cornell def. Boston College 3-2
  • 1974 Boston University def. Harvard 4-2
  • 1975 Boston University def. Harvard 7-3
  • 1976 Boston University def. Brown 9-2
  • 1977 Boston University def. New Hampshire 8-6
  • 1978 Boston College def. Providence 4-2
  • 1979 New Hampshire def. Dartmouth 3-2
  • 1980 Cornell def. Dartmouth 5-1
  • 1981 Providence def. Cornell 8-4
  • 1982 Northeastern def. Harvard 5-2
  • 1983 Harvard def. Providence 4-1
  • 1984 Rensselaer def. Boston University 5-2
  • 1985 Rensselaer def. Harvard 3-1
  • 1986 Cornell def. Clarkson 3-2 (ot)
  • 1987 Harvard def. St. Lawrence 6-3
  • 1988 St. Lawrence def. Clarkson 3-0
  • 1989 St. Lawrence def. Vermont 4-1
  • 1990 Colgate def. Rensselaer 5-4
  • 1991 Clarkson def. St. Lawrence 5-4
  • 1992 St. Lawrence def. Cornell 4-2
  • 1993 Clarkson def. Brown 3-1
  • 1994 Harvard def. Rensselaer 3-0
  • 1995 Rensselaer def. Princeton 5-1
  • 1996 Cornell def. Harvard 2-1
  • 1997 Cornell def. Clarkson 2-1
  • 1998 Princeton def. Clarkson 5-4 (ot)
  • 1999 Clarkson def. St. Lawrence 3-2
  • 2000 St. Lawrence def. Rensselaer 2-0
  • 2001 St. Lawrence def. Cornell 3-1
  • 2002 Harvard def. Cornell 4-3 (ot)
  • 2003 Cornell def. Harvard 3-2 (ot)
  • 2004 Harvard def. Clarkson 4-2
  • 2005 Cornell def. Harvard 3-1

List of Women's ECAC Championship Games

  • 1985 Providence def. New Hampshire
  • 1986 New Hampshire def. Northeastern
  • 1987 New Hampshire def. Northeastern
  • 1988 Northeastern def. Providence
  • 1989 Northeastern def. Providence
  • 1990 New Hampshire def. Providence (Durham, NH)
  • 1991 New Hampshire def. Northeastern (Durham, NH)
  • 1992 Providence def. New Hampshire (Providence, RI)
  • 1993 Providence def. New Hampshire (Boston, MA)
  • 1994 Providence def. Northeastern (Providence, RI)
  • 1995 Providence def. New Hampshire (Providence, RI)
  • 1996 New Hampshire def. Providence (Durham, NH)
  • 1997 Northeastern def. New Hampshire (Boston, MA)
  • 1998 Brown def. New Hampshire (Boston, MA)
  • 1999 Harvard def. New Hampshire (Providence, RI)
  • 2000 Brown def. Dartmouth (Providence, RI)
  • 2001 Dartmouth def. Harvard (Hanover, NH)
  • 2002 Brown def. Dartmouth (Hanover, NH)
  • 2003 Dartmouth def. Harvard (Providence, RI)
  • 2004 Harvard def. St. Lawrence (Schenectady, NY)
  • 2005 Harvard def. Dartmouth (Schenectady, NY)

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