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Ice Hockey National Events

Event date: 9/1/2014 Add to your calendar

Sport:  Hockey
Event Type:  National Championship
Date(s):  Sep 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015
License No:  15NOHOX6X7
Contact:  Keith Noll
(715) 231-4000
Location(s):  Addison Ice Arena
Winnetka Ice Arena
Watts Ice Arena
Watts Ice Arena
Twin Rinks Ice Pavilion
Twin Rinks
The Edge Ice Arena
The City of Barrie - Allandale Recreation Centre
Sports Center Ice Rinks
Skokie Skatium Ice Arena-Skokie Park District
Skokie Skatium Ice Arena
Skokie Skatium Ice Arena
Sears Center
Rolling Meadows Park District - West Meadows
Rolling Meadows Park Dist.-Nelson Sports Complex
Robert Crown Center
Robert Crown Center
Rink Side Arena
Polar Ice House ASEC
Pleasant Prairie RecPlex
Pekin Memorial Ice Arena
Pekin Memorial Ice Arena
Oakton Ice Arena
Northshore Ice Arena
Northbrook Sports Center
North Shore Ice Arena
North Olmstead Parks & Recreation
North Olmstead Ice Arena
Niles Ice
Minnesota Made Hockey
Las Vegas Ice Center
Lake Forest Academy Kennedy Rink
KHS Ice Arena
Kenosha Ice Arena
Hoffman Estates
Glenview Ice Center
Glacier Ice Arena
Franklin Park Ice Arena
Eden Prairie Community Center Ice Arena
Dwyer Arena & Hockey Outlet Sports Complex
Dells Poppy Waterman Rink
Cleveland Stars
Centennial Ice Rink
Carol Stream Ice Rink
Canlan Ice Sports
Barrington Ice Arena
Arctic Ice Arena
American Heartland Ice Arena

Event Groups:

Gender Age/Grade Event Start Date Event End Date
Both Youth (Grades 4 & Under) Sep 1, 2014 Aug 31, 2015
Both Jr. Prep (Grades 6 & Under) Sep 1, 2014 Aug 31, 2015
Both Junior (Grades 9 & Under) Sep 1, 2014 Aug 31, 2015
Both Senior (Grades 7 - 12) Sep 1, 2014 Aug 31, 2015
Both Adult (19 & Older) Sep 1, 2014 Aug 31, 2015


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