RECAP: CHF Federation Cup

The College Hockey Federation held their inaugural CHF Federation Cup in West Chester, Pennsylvania this past week, March 10-13. A total of 19 teams lined up for the first AAU Ice Hockey non-varsity college hockey tournament hosted at Ice Line Quad Rinks.

Collegiate Hockey Federation – Federation Cup
Dates: March 10-15
Location: Ice Line Quad Rinks, West Chester, Penn.
Video Recaps | Results | Tournament Home Page

 
WEST CHESTER, Penn – The College Hockey Federation held their inaugural CHF Federation Cup in West Chester, Pennsylvania this past week, March 10-13. A total of 19 teams lined up for the first AAU Ice Hockey non-varsity college hockey tournament hosted at Ice Line Quad Rinks.

Three squads finished undefeated in pool play after the first three days of competition. Quinnipac University, Farmingdale State and Fordham University all stepped off the ice at 3-0. Among those clubs, Farmingdale State had the top goal differential with a margin of plus-16 over its opponents. The University of Delaware led its pool play round, winning both its games.
Pool A was especially competitive as Fairfield, SUNY Fredonia and Buffalo State College all knotted at 2-1 record at the conclusion of the tournament.

Quinnipac University took the top spot in Pool B, going 3-0. Along the way, the Brave allowed just six goals while scoring 14. Quinnipac played clean hockey with just 34 penalty minutes, which was the fewest among the pool.

The University of Delaware shut out both its opponents in its two games in Pool C, scoring six times and spending just six minutes in the penalty box.

Farmingdale State went undefeated playing a physical brand of hockey, racking double the penalty minutes of any team in Pool D. But the Rams edged the competition by outscoring the other clubs in goals, 27-11.

Fordham toppled the other teams in Pool E by finding the back of the net 22 times and allowing just eight goals, which was tied with Binghamton for the lowest goal allowance in the pool. They capped off the tournament action with a resounding 12-1 victory over Catholic University.

In light of recent developments regarding the spread of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), the competition was halted. AAU’s first priority is the safety, health and well-being of our athletes, coaches and families. Therefore, the decision was made for the benefit of our athletes to cancel the rest of the tournament, allowing their families to take precautionary measures in this difficult time.

For AAU’s full statement, please visit aausports.org.
 
For more information about College Federation Hockey, visit chfhockey.net.

For more information on AAU Ice Hockey, visit aauhockey.org.
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