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Joe Louis Arena

Joe Louis Arena has hosted the CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament since 1982.

The Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I ice hockey-only conference based in Farmington Hills, Michigan At the completion of each regular season, it holds the CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament to determine its conference champion. The tournament champions receives the Mason Cup.

The tournament has had a variety of formats over its existence.

The tournament was first hosted at the St. Louis Arena in St. Louis, Missouri with Ohio State winning the inaugural tournament. Michigan State has won the most CCHA Men's Ice Hockey Tournaments with eleven; they are tied with Michigan for the most championship game appearances at fifteen. Ron Mason has coached sixteen championship teams, more than any other CCHA coach, and also has the most championship game appearances as coach with twenty. The Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan has hosted the tournament since 1982. The St. Louis Arena hosted the tournament six times, while the BGSU Ice Arena in Bowling Green, Ohio and Lakeview Arena in Marquette, Michigan each hosted the championship game twice.

ChampionsEdit

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Venue Reference
1972 Ohio State Chambers, DaveDave Chambers Saint Louis Selman, BillBill Selman 3–0 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
1973 Bowling Green Vivian, JackJack Vivian St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
1974 Saint Louis Selman, BillBill Selman Lake Superior State Comley, RickRick Comley 8–3 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
1975 Saint Louis Selman, BillBill Selman Lake Superior State Comley, RickRick Comley 8–3 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
1976 Saint Louis Selman, BillBill Selman Western Michigan Neal, BillBill Neal 15–4 (agg.) St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
1977 Bowling Green Mason, RonRon Mason Saint Louis Selman, BillBill Selman 5–4 (agg.) St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
1978 Bowling Green Mason, RonRon Mason Saint Louis Selman, BillBill Selman 13–3 (agg.) Bowling Green, Ohio BGSU Ice Arena
1979 Bowling Green Mason, RonRon Mason Ohio State Welsh, JerryJerry Welsh 11–7 (agg.) Bowling Green, Ohio BGSU Ice Arena
1980 Northern Michigan Comley, RickRick Comley Ferris State Duffett, RickRick Duffett 15–9 (agg.) Marquette, Michigan Lakeview Arena
1981 Northern Michigan Comley, RickRick Comley Ohio State Welsh, JerryJerry Welsh 6–4 (agg.) Marquette, Michigan Lakeview Arena
1982 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Notre Dame Smith, LeftyLefty Smith 4–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1983 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Bowling Green York, JerryJerry York 4–3 (OT) Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1984 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Western Michigan Wilkinson, BillBill Wilkinson 5–0 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1985 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Lake Superior State Anzalone, FrankFrank Anzalone 5–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1986 Western Michigan Wilkinson, BillBill Wilkinson Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason 3–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1987 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Bowling Green York, JerryJerry York 4–3 (OT) Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1988 Bowling Green York, JerryJerry York Lake Superior State Anzalone, FrankFrank Anzalone 5–3 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1989 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Lake Superior State Anzalone, FrankFrank Anzalone 4–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1990 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Lake Superior State Anzalone, FrankFrank Anzalone 4–3 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1991 Lake Superior State Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson 6–5 (OT) Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1992 Lake Superior State Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson 3–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1993 Lake Superior State Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson Miami Gwozdecky, GeorgeGeorge Gwozdecky 3–0 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1994 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Lake Superior State Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson 3–0 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1995 Lake Superior State Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason 5–3 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1996 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Lake Superior State Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson 4–3 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1997 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason 3–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1998 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Ohio State Markell, JohnJohn Markell 3–2 (2OT) Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
1999 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Northern Michigan Comley, RickRick Comley 5–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2000 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Nebraska-Omaha Kemp, MikeMike Kemp 6–0 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2001 Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson 2–0 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2002 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Michigan State Mason, RonRon Mason 3–2 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2003 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Ferris State Daniels, BobBob Daniels 5–3 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2004 Ohio State Markell, JohnJohn Markell Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson 4–2 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2005 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Ohio State Markell, JohnJohn Markell 4–2 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2006 Michigan State Comley, RickRick Comley Miami Blasi, EnricoEnrico Blasi 2–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2007 Notre Dame Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson 2–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2008 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Miami Blasi, EnricoEnrico Blasi 2–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2009 Notre Dame Jackson, JeffJeff Jackson Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson 5–2 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
2010 Michigan Berenson, RedRed Berenson Northern Michigan Kyle, WaltWalt Kyle 2–1 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena

ReferencesEdit

General
  • CCHA Champions. College Hockey Historical Archives. Retrieved on 2009-03-06.
Specific

External linksEdit

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