SNY Connecticut Ice: Collegiate Hockey Tournament
Witness all-out hockey action as Connecticut's four NCAA Division I Men's College hockey teams battle it out on the ice for the CT Ice Trophy! The puck drops at 4pm on Saturday, January 25 when University of Connecticut (UCONN) faces off against Quinnipiac University, followed by Yale vs. Sacred Heart University. Winning teams advance to the championship game on Sunday, January 26. A consolation game will also be played on Sunday. This two-day tournament features two-rounds and four games. Don't miss SNY's first ever Connecticut Ice hockey tournament. Be there as teams face off for the championship trophy and bragging rights.
Saturday, January 25, 2020
4:00 - QUINNIPIAC vs. UCONN
7:30 - SACRED HEART vs. YALE
Sunday, January 26, 2020
3:30 - COLLEGE TOURNAMENT CONSOLATION - TBD v. TBD
7:00 - COLLEGE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP - TBD v. TBD
Tickets to the SNY Connecticut Ice: Collegiate Hockey Tournament are on sale now.
Buy early for the best seats and come cheer on your team!
As part of SNY's Connecticut Ice weekend, there will also be additional activities including:
Mites Jamboree for 6-8-year old's, Youth Tournaments in three divisions (Boys 12U and 10U and Girls 12U), a Girls and Boys High School Showcase Game and a Prep School Showcase Game. Plus, on-ice clinics and off-ice seminars for youth players and their families in conjunction with USA Hockey. Tickets to Friday January 24th events are $10 for Adults and $5 for Youth (2-18yrs) and will be available for purchase at the door. Friday admission does NOT include access to any of the games and events on Saturday or Sunday - separate ticket is required. The complete festival schedule is available here!
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