Congratulations to Ole Miss!

2020 SECHC Tournament Champions!

SECHC Tournament Seeding Reveal

January, 23 2020

Where did your favorite team get seeded in the upcoming 2020 SECHC Tournament?  Watch the video to find out!

The SECHC Tournament is February 7, 8 and 9 at Ford Ice Center in Bellevue, Tennessee.

Tickets are available at the door.

Make sure you join us for a fantastic weekend of outstanding collegiate hockey!

Remember all games will be live streamed via our partners over at Penalty Box Radio.

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SECHC Expands again!

The SECHC has expanded again for the 2020-21 season!

We are excited to announce that Alabama (D-III) has joined the SECHC for the 20/21 season.

This latest addition will bring the league to 17 teams for the upcoming season.  We are so excited for all of our new additions and can't wait for next season to start.

Welcome back to the SECHC, Alabama!

2019-2020 SECHC Standings

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EAST

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Commissioner Game of the Week

Throughout the season, commissioner Justin Bradford will be visiting multiple games involving our new teams.​

During the visit, he will gather video from each team to create features.​

In the first Game of the Week, we feature Georgia Tech at Clemson. After gaining a 3-1 lead, Georgia Tech allowed Clemson to tie the game late in the third. Georgia Tech then won it on overtime on a goal by center Matthew Connelly​.

Watch the highlights and interviews with captain Matthew Jones and Matthew Connelly.​

2019 SECHC Tournament Champions: University of Georgia Ice Dawgs

February, 10 2019

After a fantastic weekend, number 1 overall seed Georgia tied a bow on a fantastic season. The Ice Dawgs started the tournament off with a bang on Friday night with a win against the Ice Vols of Tennessee 14-0.

The Dawgs followed up a nice win Friday night with another dominate win against Arkansas Saturday afternoon 4-0.

After making it to the Finals, Georgia faced off against the Ole Miss Rebels.  This game didn't go as smoothly as the first 2.  The Dawgs found themselves down 2-1 after the first period.  They showed resolve though and tied the game up in the second and then took the lead before the period was over.  They added the icing on the Championship cake by adding a fourth goal in the 3rd to put away the Rebels.  Final Score was 4-2.  Congratulations to the Georgia Ice Dawgs for finishing of a fantastic season.

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Buy a jersey, customize it with a number, and you help send our student-athletes to compete in the ACHA All Star Challenge.

 

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