The Cornell Hockey Association is a community and University organization established in 1961 as the Ithaca Hockey Boosters Association to promote and assist ice hockey at all levels in the greater Ithaca area. Now 60 years later, the CHA continues that mission supporting the activities of the Men’s Hockey Program at Cornell University.
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Cornell Hockey Updates
- Cornell Greats, Canada Win 2021 IIHF Women’s Worlds … Read more here
- Men’s Hockey Reveals 2021-22 Schedule … Read more here
- Ertel and Kempf – Men’s Hockey Picks in 2021 NHL Draft … Read more here
- Ten Additions To Men’s Hockey Introduced … Read more here
- Women’s Hockey Introduces Seven Newcomers … Read more here
- Malott ’20 Signs NHL Contract With Winnipeg Jets … Read more here
- Betts Named ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year … Read more here
- Mike Teeter, Lifetime Member died Wednesday, February 17th, 2021. Read more here … And, this tribute by Brandon Thomas here …
Test your recollection of Cornell players. Visit a gallery of hockey team picnic photos. How many do you recognize? Click Here
Forever Faithful makes a great gift for any Cornell Hockey Fan … Read More
Do you hear yourself saying, “What did they just cheer?” Want to know! Here’s a page for all the Faithful … learn the cheers and how these evolved … Read More
Freshman Friday … interviews with our newest Cornell players by Brandon Thomas, Assistant Director for Communications at Cornell Athletics … Read More
Read, Off-the-Crossbar, a weekly column by Brandon Thomas providing readers with great insight into the current Men’s Hockey Program along with a good dose of “hockey history” to keep it all in perspective … Read More