Stockton leaving CHF

Why do you care?
Do you really want the CHF to fail?
If yes, why?

You won’t answer the question so

I’ll tell you this, USAHockey will be hurting if this cancels hockey. I know a lot of Olympic governing bodies are laying off staff.

How do we know Stockton is leaving the CHF? Are they just leaving the DVCHC to join the CSCHC, and then the entire CSCHC is going to the CHF?

Do you not have social media? Do you live under a rock?

No but you must be excellent at dodgeball for dodging my questions

I don’t need to answer your question, the CHF tried to play their National Tournament through a Pandemic. Enough said.

Again, why do you care?

I actually don’t care. I just think it’s fun to poke the bear. Stockton is actually a big loss for the CHF

Fair enough.

Unfortunately, we might not see any hockey until 2021

Cali…Stockton wanted to stay within a much tighter travel window for their road games. PLaying in the DVCHC would mean going to Long Island , Connecticut and Pittsburgh to play the “meaningful” ranking opponents. That was more than they wanted. They chose a regional less ranking focused D2 league.
They’ll get their 20 league games and Scranton/Millersville will be their farthest trip. The ACHA stipulated their leaving the CHF and “DO NOT PLAY” any CHF teams to avoid probation. The mena Ol’ CHF us working on some of those CSCHC teams as we speak.

Chizzy…I’ll be your hucklebeary"…Stockton is a solid program, but not sure how its a “big” loss. They certainly would have qualified for the Atlantic Regional , but based on the scores their likely would have faired as Rowan and Cal did. When we balance the loss of a good team vs the addition of 25 new teams( thats the recent #) we’re still going strong …and you’re still my daisy!

Are the new teams equal or better than what is currently in place? If not, it doesn’t mean a damn thing Turkey

Chizzy…some better , some worse…some new to the game…some leaving the evil empire behind…The CHF is rock solid competition wise. I hope you’re not running down teams of varying skill levels , because that ACHA/D1 arrogance is what got us where we are today…know what I’m saying… isn’t that the old ACHA mindset…“lesser teams have less value and are only good for their fee’s”…paraphasing a little …but you get my gist. In the CHF everyone is equal, everyone has value, and everyone is a partner.
Its Turcotte…not Turkey.

So the ACCHL is going to the CHF?

Coach,…We’ve talked to a number of conferences and individual teams…ACCHL among them…we’ll see how those discussions play out. We’re hopeful everyone we talk to will see the benefit of coming to the CHF.

Jturk,

You need to reach out to the usphl/ncdc about creating competition. Usphl/ncdc are already moving to run youth hockey to junior hockey. Most own rinks in the NE:

“USA Hockey is already irrelevant. Does not matter who else joins (our league). Our group will run entire nation’s amateur hockey within three years. But before that the target will be youth and all pay-to-play junior. The money is flowing, USAH is already irreverent, they will soon not have enough money for those shrimp cocktails at the Hilton. Once we have all the nation’s youth money, the NAHL (North American Hockey League) will be easy pickings. The USHL (United States Hockey League) will be a longer play because of of the national team tie in.“

https://www.juniorhockey.com/news/news_detail.php?news_id=93937

What will the ACHA do without any California state schools?

Cal state is proposing no fall in person classes, cal states are canceling fall sports

Clubs could join the CHF, the national tournament was attempted to be completed during a global pandemic by the CHF. Also wasn’t that national tournament supposed to be in Nashville and then ended up in Philadelphia? All joking aside going to be a tough year for everyone with travel and states having different restrictions.

coach 13-

The reason the national tournament was changed to PA was because most of the CHF teams are in the east. Why make them pay alot to travel to Nashville. Unlike the ACHA, the CHF is concerned about the budgets for the teams. And they started their tournament before the shutdown. Please get your facts straight before you comment

CHF National Tournament was supposed to be in Nashville. And if I’m not mistaken, the CHF National Tournament was being played during a global pandemic.

Those are actually facts and I don’t believe coach13’s intent was to slander. Hmm

Hello all…Just a few words from someone who knows the answers. I appreciate the thoughts about us but lets get the story straight instead of speculation or just plain untruth. The CHF
started its National tournament before the shutdown as H-Mom referenced. Teams were recalled and the CHF made sure the appropriate actions were taken by each individual
program, despite their individual protests. Once the NCAA/AAU pulled the plug…The CHF halted all tournament action. If you read back…I know its a burden but the Tournament location has already been discussed. The ACHA and its board (including Ashley Bevan from USAH…conflict of interest???) managed to place obstacles in the way of the CHF in Nashville. Instead of a prolonged dirty hostile battle, the CHF chose to open new bidding for
a new location. Iceline, West Chester, PA was chosen from the bids for a variety of reasons… The quality of the facility, the commitment of the management,and yes the central location for all CHF teams to minimize cost in travel/ accommodation and fan access. Thats the facts.