COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — USA Hockey announced today the 2022 USA Hockey National Championships host sites. Ten different cities in six states will crown champions nationwide, stretching from Kalamazoo, Mich., to Mansfield, Texas.
USA Hockey has conducted the country’s ice hockey National Championship tournaments since 1938, with teams from all across the United States crowned champions across various classifications. As part of USA Hockey Nationals, more than 4,000 players compete for American hockey top honors at youth, girl’s, women’s, sled, high school and adult levels.
|High School||Dallas, Texas||March 24 - March 28|
|Youth Tier I 14U||Chicago, Illinois||March 30 - April 4|
|Youth Tier I 15O||Plymouth, Michigan||March 30 - April 4|
|Youth Tier I 16U, 18U||Rochester, Michigan||March 30 - April 4|
|Youth Tier II 14U||Kalamazoo, Michigan||March 31 - April 4|
|Youth Tier II 16U||Troy, Michigan||March 31 - April 4|
|Youth Tier II 18U||Irvine, California||March 31 - April 4|
|Girls Tier I 14U, 16U, 19U||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||March 31 - April 4|
|Girls Tier II 14U, 16U, 19U||West Chester, Pennsylvania||March 31 - April 4|
|Senior Women's||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||March 31 - April 3|
|Sled||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||April 21-24|
|Adult Men's||Tampa, Florida||April 7-10|
|Adult Women's||Tampa, Florida||April 21-24|