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2014 Girls Tier II

14U National Championship

Final Score: 5-1
National Champion: Assabet
Runner-Up: New Jersey
Game Recap

16U National Championship

Final Score: 2-1
National Champion: Charles River
Runner-Up: Marquette
Game Recap

19U National Championship

Final Score: 2-1
National Champion: Cape Cod
Runner-Up: Keweenaw
Game Recap

Tier II Girls 14U National Championships

Amherst Youth Hockey is thrilled to host the 2014 Girls Tier II 14U, 16U and 19U National Championships. The tournament will run April 2-6 at The Northtown Center in Amherst, NY. 

Official Tournament Souvenirs and Merchandise

A variety of tournament and USA Hockey licensed souvenirs will be available throughout the event. Our merchandise is very high quality, embroidered clothing. We have sold out every year so it is important to shop early while supplies last

Major credit cards are accepted.


  • Tuesday - ***Pre-Sale*** 3:00PM-8:00PM
  • Wednesday - 8:00AM-5:00PM
  • Thursday - 10:00AM-7:00PM
  • Friday - 8:00AM-5:00PM
  • Saturday - 8:00AM-8:00PM
  • Sunday - If necessary

"Champion" Merchandise will be available in the lobby on Sunday.

Any questions please contact Lisa Schell (716) 308-9875 or

Bus Information

Catract Tours - Tom Kerr (716) 432-1816

They can be used for either teams needs or tours.

Christina Biondolillo

Christina Biondolillo

Web Director

Phone: (716) 445-8276


Drew Schmitt

Hotel Director

Phone: (716) 829-1415

Please contact Drew directly with all your Hotel needs.

Mandatory Opening Meeting


A meeting for all team officials will be held at the Double Tree, 10 Flint Rd., Amherst, NY 14226 at 6:30PM on April 1, 2014.


Per USA Hockey Rules & Regulations, each team must have at least one representative at this meeting. A representative is defined as either the coach or the team manager. This person will be designated as the delegation chairperson for his/her team and will be the team’s official liaison for all official contacts between the team and the tournament committee. The team’s manager should fulfill this role, if at all possible. The team’s head coach should also attend the pre-tournament meeting, if possible.  Failure to have a representative at this meeting will result in the coach not being allowed on the bench for the first game.