Robertson Cup Championship Tournament
Sport ice hockey
Founded 1976
No. of teams 5 (until 2013) 4 (2014-present)
Country(ies) Flag of the United States United States
Most recent champion(s) Minnesota Wilderness
Most championships Compuware Ambassadors (11)
Official website
Robertson Cup

Robertson Cup

The Robertson Cup was a 6-day, round-robin tournament held at the end of the NAHL season. The trophy is awarded to the national playoff champion of the NAHL. The oldest junior hockey trophy in the United States, the Robertson Cup is named in honor of Chuck Robertson, a pioneer of junior hockey in the NAHL and youth hockey in the state of Michigan. Chuck Robertson was the owner of the Paddock Pools Saints when they won a record seven straight NAHL championships from 1976-83.

The tournament format was changed for the 2013-14 NAHL Season with the four division champions being paired off in 2 semifinal series and the two semifinal winners meeting in a best-of-three final series.

Robertson Cup winners Edit

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