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The Ivy League, in college hockey, is a subset of the ECAC Hockey League. Its members are part of the Ivy League in all other sports, and are officially ECAC members in both Men's and Women's college hockey. The Ivy League itself sponsors a hockey championship, keeping statistics and standings based on games played amongst Ivy League members.

The member teams are:

The University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University are the only two Ivy League schools which do not sponsor varsity hockey programs, although the Pennsylvania Quakers did play in both the ECAC and the Ivy League during the 1960s and 1970s.

Men's championsEdit

  • 2018 Cornell
  • 2017 Harvard
  • 2016 Harvard
  • 2015 Yale
  • 2014 Cornell
  • 2013 Yale
  • 2012 Cornell
  • 2011 Yale
  • 2010 Yale
  • 2009 Yale
  • 2008 Princeton
  • 2007 Dartmouth
  • 2006 Harvard
  • 2005 Cornell
  • 2004 Brown

Women's championsEdit

In 1976, Brown would host the first ever Ivy League women's ice hockey tournament. The other competing schools were Cornell, Princeton and Yale. The Big Red would win the tournament. After the Ivy League schools joined the ECAC, the Ivy League title was awarded to the team with the best record of the Ivies in the conference.

  • 2018 Cornell
  • 2017 Cornell
  • 2016 Princeton
  • 2015 Harvard
  • 2014 Harvard
  • 2013 Cornell
  • 2012 Cornell
  • 2011 Cornell
  • 2010 Cornell
  • 2009 Harvard
  • 2008 Harvard
  • 2007 Dartmouth
  • 2006 Princeton
  • 2005 Harvard
  • 2004 Dartmouth
  • 1998 Dartmouth
  • 1997 Brown
  • 1996 Cornell
  • 1995 Dartmouth; Princeton
  • 1994 Brown
  • 1993 Dartmouth
  • 1992 Princeton
  • 1991 Dartmouth
  • 1990 Cornell
  • 1989 Harvard
  • 1988 Harvard
  • 1987 Harvard
  • 1986 Brown
  • 1985 Brown
  • 1984 Princeton
  • 1983 Princeton
  • 1982 Princeton
  • 1981 Cornell; Brown
  • 1980 Cornell
  • 1979 Cornell
  • 1978 Cornell
  • 1977 Cornell
  • 1976 Cornell
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