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The Amateur Athletic Union conducted annual National Ice Hockey Championships from 1931–1948, except during most of the World War II years.

Starting in 1938, the Amateur Hockey Association of the United States (USA Hockey) also arranged a championship. Although the federation organized an open senior championship until 2011, it was much less prestigious after 1953, when the top minor league teams stopped competing in the tournament. After 2000, the competitions were known as Adult instead of Senior.

US Senior ChampionsEdit

AAU ChampionshipEdit

AHAUS/USA Hockey ChampionshipEdit

Senior Open
Senior Elite
  • 1995: Alaska Gold Kings
  • 1996: New York St. Nicks
  • 1997: Minneapolis Buck's Unpainted
  • 1998: New York St. Nicks
  • 1999: Bloomington Buck's Unpainted
  • 2000: Minneapolis Buck's Unpainted
  • 2001: Bloomington Buck's Unpainted
  • 2002: New York St. Nicks
  • 2003: New York St. Nicks
  • 2004: Buck's Furniture
  • 2005: New York St. Nicks
  • 2006: Fox Cities Ice Dogs
  • 2007: Wright Homes
  • 2008: Wright Homes
Senior U.S.
  • 1947: Lake Placid Roamers
  • 1948: Rhode Island Scarlets
  • 1949: St. Paul 7-Up
  • 1950: Lewiston Bates Mill
  • 1951: Crookston Pirates
  • 1952: Hibbing Riggio Flyers
  • 1953: Cambridge Feloney
  • 1954: Berlin Maroons
  • 1955: New Haven Delise Coffee
  • 1956: Portage Lake Pioneers
  • 1957: Minneapolis Bungalows
  • 1958: Rochester Mustangs
  • 1959: Brockton Wetzels
  • 1960: Rockland Estes
  • 1961: Rockland Estes
  • 1962: Rockland Estes
  • 1963: Arlington Acadians
  • 1964: St. Louis Park Stephens Buick
  • 1965: Green Bay Bobcats
  • 1966: St. Louis Park Stephens Buick
  • 1967: Berlin Maroons
  • 1968: Berlin Maroons
  • 1986: Minneapolis, MN
  • 1987: Detroit, MI
  • 1989: St. Paul, MN
  • 1990: Chicago, IL
  • 1991: Chicago, IL
  • 1992: Chicago, IL
  • 1993: Illinois Selects
  • 1994: New York St. Nicks
  • 1995: Minneapolis Buck's Unpainted
  • 1996: Detroit State Utility
  • 1997: Minneapolis Green Mill
  • 1998: Sun Valley Suns
  • 1999: Portage Lake Pioneers
  • 2000: Detroit State Utility
  • 2001: Seattle Indians
  • 2002: Calumet Wolverines
  • 2003: Detroit State Utility
  • 2004: Seattle Indians
  • 2005: Portage Lake, MI
  • 2006: Mosinee Paper Makers
  • 2007: Portage Lake, MI
  • 2008: Mosinee Paper Makers
  • 2009: Fond du Lac Bears
  • 2010: Green Bay Deacons
Adult Full Checking
  • 2011: Detroit Raters
Intermediate Open
  • 1948: Detroit Hettche Spitfiters
  • 1951: Clinton Comets
  • 1952: Clinton Comets
  • 1953: Clinton Comets
  • 1954: New York Blue Line
  • 1955: Warroad Lakers
  • 1962: Syracuse Stars
  • 1966: Lake Placid Roamers
  • 1968: Ann Arbor, MI
  • 1969: Lima Chargers
  • 1971: Lima Chargers
Intermediate U.S.
  • 1959: Minneapolis Royal 58
  • 1962: Chicago Blades
  • 1963: Eagle River Northernaires
  • 1964: Eagle River Northernaires
  • 1965: St. Paul Como Rec
  • 1966: South St. Paul Packers
  • 1967: St. Cloud Rockets
  • 1968: Mounds Park, MN
  • 1969: Taconite Hornets
  • 1970: St. Paul North Star Gasoline
  • 1971: St. Paul Park Kostkas
  • 1972: South St. Paul Kaposias Steers
  • 1973: St. Paul Park Kostkas
Intermediate
  • 1974: St. Paul Park Kostkas
  • 1975: St. Louis Park Kostkas
  • 1976: No champion declared
  • 1977: St. Paul Park
  • 1978: Redford, MI
  • 1980: Lansing Campbell Catering
  • 1981: Lansing Campbell Catering
  • 1982: Detroit Griffon Sports
  • 1983: Fairbanks, AK (Senior/Intermediate)
  • 1984: Minneapolis, MN (Senior/Intermediate)
  • 1985: Minneapolis, MN

Participating Leagues (1930-1953)Edit

These were among the leagues to enter teams in the championships between 1930 and 1953:

ChampionshipsEdit

SourcesEdit