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TD Banknorth Garden

TD Banknorth Garden (formerly the FleetCenter) has hosted the Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament since 1996.

Hockey East is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I ice hockey-only conference based in Wakefield, Massachusetts that was formed in 1984 after five Eastern College Athletic Conference teams decided to create their own league over scheduling concerns. At the completion of each regular season, it holds the Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournament to determine its conference champion. Beginning in 1988, the winner of the conference tournament has been awarded the Lamoriello Trophy, named after the first commissioner of Hockey East, Lou Lamoriello.

The tournament was first hosted at the Providence Civic Center in Providence, Rhode Island with Providence winning the inaugural tournament. Boston College has won the most Hockey East Men's Ice Hockey Tournaments with eleven and have the most championship game appearances with sixteen. Jerry York has coached nine championship teams, more than any other Hockey East coach, and he has the most championship game appearances as coaches with eleven. The TD Garden, (formerly the TD Banknorth Garden and the FleetCenter) has hosted the tournament since 1996. The Boston Garden hosted the tournament seven times, while the Providence Civic Center and Kelley Rink each hosted the tournament twice.

ChampionsEdit

Year Winning team Coach Losing team Coach Score Location Venue Reference
1985 Providence Stirling, SteveSteve Stirling Boston College Ceglarski, LenLen Ceglarski 2–1 (2OT) Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
1986 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker Boston College Ceglarski, LenLen Ceglarski 9–4 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
1987 Boston College Ceglarski, LenLen Ceglarski Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh 4–2 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1988 Northeastern Flaman, FernieFernie Flaman Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh 4–3 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1989 Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh Boston College Ceglarski, LenLen Ceglarski 5–4 Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Kelley Rink
1990 Boston College Ceglarski, LenLen Ceglarski Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh 4–3 Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Kelley Rink
1991 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh 4–3 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1992 Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile 4–1 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1993 Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker 5–2 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1994 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker Massachusetts-Lowell Crowder, BruceBruce Crowder 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1995 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker Providence Pooley, PaulPaul Pooley 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden
1996 Providence Pooley, PaulPaul Pooley Maine Cronin, GregGreg Cronin 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
1997 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile 4–2 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
1998 Boston College York, JerryJerry York Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh 3–2 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
1999 Boston College York, JerryJerry York New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile 5–4 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2000 Maine Walsh, ShawnShawn Walsh Boston College York, JerryJerry York 2–1 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2001 Boston College York, JerryJerry York Providence Pooley, PaulPaul Pooley 5–3 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2002 New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile Maine Whitehead, TimTim Whitehead 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2003 New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker 1–0 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2004 Maine Whitehead, TimTim Whitehead Massachusetts Cahoon, DonDon Cahoon 2–1 (3OT) Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2005 Boston College York, JerryJerry York New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile 3–1 Boston, Massachusetts FleetCenter
2006 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker Boston College York, JerryJerry York 2–1 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Banknorth Garden
2007 Boston College York, JerryJerry York New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile 5–2 Boston, Massachusetts TD Banknorth Garden
2008 Boston College York, JerryJerry York Vermont Sneddon, KevinKevin Sneddon 4–0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Banknorth Garden
2009 Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker Massachusetts-Lowell MacDonald, BlaiseBlaise MacDonald 1-0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Banknorth Garden
2010 Boston College York, JerryJerry York Maine Whitehead, TimTim Whitehead 7-6 (OT) Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2011 Boston College York, JerryJerry York Merrimack Dennehy, MarkMark Dennehy 5-3 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2012 Boston College York, JerryJerry York Maine Whitehead, TimTim Whitehead 4-1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2013 UMass Lowell Basin, NormNorm Basin Boston University Parker, JackJack Parker 4-1 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden
2014 UMass Lowell Basin, NormNorm Basin New Hampshire Umile, DickDick Umile 4-0 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden

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