The CHA Most Valuable Player in Tournament was an annual award given out at the conclusion of the College Hockey America conference tournament to the best player in the championship as voted by the coaches of each CHA team.
The Most Valuable Player in Tournament was first awarded in 2000 and every year thereafter until 2010 when the CHA was disbanded when they could no longer retain their automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
|2001||David Guerrera||Goaltender||Wayne State|
|2002||Dustin Kingston||Forward||Wayne State|
|2003||Marc St. Jean||Defenceman||Wayne State|
|2004||Jeff Van Nynatten||Goaltender||Niagara|
|2005||Matt Climie||Goaltender||Bemidji State|
|2006||Jean-Guy Gervais||Right Wing||Bemidji State|
|2009||Matt Read||Center||Bemidji State|
Winners by school
Winners by position
- "CHA Awards", College Hockey Historical Archives. Retrieved on 2013-07-31.
- "NCAA (CHA) All-Tournament MVP", Elite Prospects. Retrieved on 2013-07-31.
- "Bemidji State men's hockey: Read, Hunt named to All-CHA team", The Bemidji Pioneer, 2009-03-12. Retrieved on 2013-07-31.
- "Niagara Tops York", USCHO.com, 2009-10-03. Retrieved on 2013-07-23.
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