Boston ECAC Hockey Tickets

Secure Your Seats: 2024/2025 ECAC Season Tickets Now Available!
The Boston ECAC Hockey League is excited to announce the results of the highly anticipated ECAC Men’s Hockey preseason coaches poll and all-league team for the upcoming games. While ticket prices typically oscillate based on the prominence of the game, the median cost hovers around $34, though opportunities to enter the arena begin at a modest $11. Their combination of aerial prowess and brute strength on the ice ensures that every fixture is a spectacle not to be missed. Ensure you’re part of the live-action; secure genuine ECAC tickets at unmatched prices now.

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Boston ECAC Hockey

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Here are some key facts about ECAC Hockey:


  • ECAC Hockey is one of six conferences in NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey. It is considered part of the “Big Four” conferences along with Hockey East, the NCHC, and the WCHA.
  • The conference currently has 12 member schools located in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic United States. Members include Brown, Clarkson, Colgate, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, Quinnipiac, RPI, St. Lawrence, Union, and Yale.
  • ECAC Hockey was formed in 1961 and originally consisted of the Army, Boston College, Boston University, Clarkson, Colgate, Harvard, Princeton, Providence, RPI, and Yale.
  • The conference is home to some of the most storied and successful college hockey programs. Cornell, Harvard, and Yale have all won national championships while other schools have made multiple Frozen Four appearances.
  • ECAC Hockey teams have won 16 national championships overall, most recently Yale in 2013. The conference has also produced dozens of NHL players and Olympians.
  • The ECAC Hockey championship tournament is held annually in March, with the winner getting an automatic bid to the 16-team NCAA tournament. The conference’s regular season champion also receives a tournament bid.
  • ECAC Hockey games are known for being played in smaller classic college rinks, some dating back to the 19th century. The atmosphere is seen as unique compared to other conferences.
  • In recent years, ECAC Hockey has been competitive at the national level but is still considered a step below powerhouse Hockey East and the NCHC in terms of talent and recruiting.