Triangular Hockey League

The Triangular Hockey League began as an agreement between Harvard, Princeton and Yale to play one another in best-of-three series during the season.

Triangular Hockey League
Sports fielded
No. of teams3
RegionNortheastern United States

History edit

The Triangular League followed a similar pattern to the Intercollegiate Hockey League, which had existed before World War I but rather than expand to include other teams as they had previously, the Trianular league remained a 3-team conference. The future Ivy League squads were typically considered the cream of college ice hockey during the 1920s and, as a result, the League champion would often claim to be the Eastern hockey champion.[1] The League lasted seven years and ended when Harvard and Princeton discontinued their season series in 1927.[2]

Members edit

Locations of member teams
Institution Nickname Location Founded Tenure Fate Current conference
Harvard University Crimson Boston, Massachusetts 1636 1919–1926 Independent ECAC Hockey
Princeton University Tigers Princeton, New Jersey 1746 1919–1926 Independent ECAC Hockey
Yale University Bulldogs New Haven, Connecticut 1701 1919–1926 Independent ECAC Hockey

Membership timeline edit

Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockeyPrinceton Tigers men's ice hockeyHarvard Crimson men's ice hockey

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ "Volume 41, Number 7". The Princeton Daily. March 8, 1920. Retrieved March 19, 2020.
  2. ^ "Year-By-Year Results" (PDF). Harvard Crimson. Retrieved November 17, 2018.