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Wellington, FL – Collegiate Hockey Federation (, the national collegiate hockey governing body of the Amateur Athletic Union (, is holding its national championships starting this Friday, March 18th running through Wednesday, March 23rd at IceLine Quad Rinks in West Chester, PA.

In addition to being live-streamed on Black Dog Hockey, the CHF is preparing an exciting experience for the players and fans at IceLine.  All of the Federation Cup information can be accessed at the CHF Tournament Central website:

The Amateur Athletic Union has been instrumental in the establishment and growth of the CHF over the past two years providing a foundation of support and guidance on the rapid expansion around the country.  AAU Hockey National Chair Keith Noll commented, "AAU Hockey is elated to be a part of the Federation Cup and cannot wait to see some big-time hockey in the upcoming week”.

About the Collegiate Hockey Federation

Collegiate Hockey Federation ( is the national collegiate ice hockey governing body of the Amateur Athletic Union (  Our mission is to provide for and enable the best non-varsity hockey experience for collegiate student-athletes in the United States.  

About AAU

The Amateur Athletic Union ( has been raising champions for more than a century. Since its inception in 1888, the AAU has set the standard for amateur sports in the United States with one goal in mind: “Sports For All, Forever.” One of the largest, non-profit, volunteer, multi-sport event organizations in the world, the AAU is dedicated exclusively to the promotion and development of amateur sports and physical fitness programs. The AAU philosophy of “Sports For All, Forever” is now shared by nearly 700,000 members and 150,000 volunteers across 41 sports programs and 55 U.S. districts.