Four of the Nation’s Top Teams To Compete Oct. 21-22 in the Olympic Center’s 1980 Herb Brooks Arena
The Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) will host the 2022 Women’s Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Division I Eastern Conference of the Collegiate Hockey Association on October 21-22 in the Olympic Center 1980 Herb Brooks Arena.
The tournament brings together four of the nation’s top teams with national players. The tournament will feature St. Lawrence (15-15-7 in 2021-2022) and Clarkson (22-12-3 in 2021-2022) from the Eastern College Athletic Conference, Syracuse (15-11-6 in 2021-2022), a member of the College Hockey America Conference, and Holy Cross (3-30-0 in 2021-2022), a member Hockey East.
Lake Placid is known for being the training home of the first Olympic Gold medal-winning women’s team, and of course, for the Miracle of Ice. In 2022, Clarkson had six from their team represent their country in the Beijing Olympics – four Gold medalists for Canada, one Silver for the USA, and one for the Czech Republic.
The schedule is as follows: Friday, October 21 (St. Lawrence versus Holy Cross at 4:00 pm, Clarkson versus Syracuse at 7:00 pm) and Saturday, October 22 (third-place game at 2:00 pm and championship game at 5:00 pm.)
Single-day tickets that include two games are $15 for adults (18 to 64), $10 for both juniors (2 to 17) and seniors (65+), and $8 for college students (18-25, not including faculty). A special $5 single-day, the two-game ticket is available for youth groups and high school hockey teams with a maximum of five adult chaperones when sold in advance by October 1. An all-event ticket is $25 for adults (18 to 64), $15 for both juniors (2 to 17) and seniors (65+), and $12 for college students (18-25, not including faculty). Tickets will be available at lakeplacidlegacysites.com and at the Olympic Center Box Office.