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This is the 2020-21 Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Women's hockey season.

The conference announced on August 6th that conference play will not begin until the 2021 calendar year and that members are free to schedule non-conference games as conditions allow.[1]

Membership ChangesEdit


Team Location Arena
Adrian Bulldogs Adrian, Michigan Arrington Ice Arena
Aurora Spartans Aurora, Illinois Fox Valley Ice Arena
Concordia Falcons Mequon, Wisconsin Ozaukee Ice Center
Finlandia Lions Hancock, Michigan Houghton County Arena
Lake Forest Foresters Lake Forest, Illinois Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse
Lawrence Vikings Appleton, Wisconsin Appleton Arena
Marian Sabres Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Blue Line Ice Center
St. Norbert Green Knights De Pere, Wisconsin Cornerstone Community Center
St. Scholastica Saints Duluth, Minnesota MARS Lakeview Arena
Trine Thunder Angola, Indiana Thunder Ice Arena


To be added upon completion of the season

Slaats Cup TournamentEdit


The top six teams qualify for the playoffs. The top seed plays the six seed, 2 plays 5 and 3 plays four in the first to three point quarterfinals. A mini game will be played if the series is tied. The highest seeded quarterfinal winner advances to the final and the other two quarterfinal winners meet in a single game semifinal with the winner meeting the highest seeded team in the tournament championship. The semifinal and final rounds are held at the rink of the highest seeded quarterfinal winner. The conference tournament champion earns the conference's automatic bid to the 2021 NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.


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