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Robertson Cup Championship Fogerty Arena - Blaine, MN May 20 - 24, 2022 9250 Lincoln St. NE, Blaine, MN 55434
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Robertson Cup Championship

2022 NAHL Robertson Cup Champions - New Jersey Titans

2022 NAHL Robertson Cup Champions - New Jersey Titans

Past Robertson Cup Champions
YearChampion
2022New Jersey Titans
2021Shreveport Mudbugs
2020Event Canceled
2019Aberdeen Wings
2018Shreveport Mudbugs
2017Lone Star Brahmas
2016Fairbanks Ice Dogs
2015Minnesota Wilderness
2014Fairbanks Ice Dogs
2013Amarillo Bulls
2012Texas Tornado
2011Fairbanks Ice Dogs
2010Bismarck Bobcats
2009St. Louis Bandits
2008St. Louis Bandits
2007St. Louis Bandits
2006Texas Tornado
2005Texas Tornado
2004Texas Tornado
2003Pittsburgh Forge
2002Compuware Ambassadors
2001Texas Tornado
2000Danville Wings
1999Compuware Ambassadors
1998Compuware Ambassadors
1997Springfield Jr. Blues
1996Springfield Jr. Blues
1995Compuware Ambassadors
1994Compuware Ambassadors
1993Kalamazoo Jr. K Wings
1992Compuware Ambassadors
1991Kalamazoo Jr. K Wings
1990Compuware Ambassadors
1989Compuware Ambassadors
1988Compuware Ambassadors
1987Compuware Ambassadors
1986Compuware Ambassadors
1985St. Clair Falcons
1984St. Clair Falcons
1983Paddock Pools
1982Paddock Pools
1981Paddock Pools
1980Paddock Pools
1979Paddock Pools
1978Paddock Pools
1977Paddock Pools
1976Little Caesars

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced the format for the 2022 Robertson Cup Playoffs and National Championship, which will once again be played at the Fogerty Arena in Blaine, Minnesota, from May 20-24, 2022. This marks the fourth season that the Robertson Cup Championship will be held at Fogerty Arena. The Robertson Cup is awarded to the national playoff champion of the NAHL. The oldest junior hockey trophy in the United States, the Robertson Cup is named in honor of Chuck Robertson, a pioneer of junior hockey in the NAHL and youth hockey in the state of Michigan.

The top four teams in each division qualify for the playoffs. The 2022 Robertson Cup Playoff format will be as follows:

Division Semi-Finals (Best of 5)

The Club seeded first in each division will compete in a best-of-five series with the fourth seeded Club in the same division. The Club seeded second in each division will compete in a best-of-five-series against the Club seeded third in the same division. The Division Semi-Finals may begin no earlier than Thursday, April 21, 2022 and must conclude no later than Monday, May 2, 2022 The Club seeded higher in each division semifinal series has the right to host up to three games and the Club seeded lower in each division semifinal series must be able to host at least two games.

Division Finals (Best of 5)

The two Clubs in each division that won a division semifinal series shall compete in a best-of-five series against each other. The division finals may begin no earlier than Thursday, May 5, 2022, and conclude no later than Sunday, May 15, 2022. Clubs shall cooperate to schedule division final series competition. The higher seeded Club will have the right to host up to three games. The lower seeded Club must be able to host a minimum of two games.

Robertson Cup National Championship

The four NAHL divisional playoff champions will advance to the Robertson Cup Championship. Once the four NAHL Divisional Playoff Champions are determined, clubs will be seeded 1-4 based upon their finish in the NAHL regular-season standings. The game schedule will be as follows: The #1 Seed will face the #4 seed in a best of three series. The #2 seed will face the #3 seed in a best of three series. The two series winners will advance onto a one-game championship to determine the Robertson Cup National Champion. The event will begin on Friday, May 20th and conclude on Tuesday, May 24th.

Playoff Overtime Procedure

During all Robertson Cup playoff games, if the score is tied after three periods of play the following overtime procedure shall take place. Teams shall return to their dressing room and the ice shall be resurfaced. A fifteen-minute intermission shall take place. A twenty-minute, sudden death, overtime period shall be played with five skaters a side. The game shall terminate upon a goal being scored and the Club scoring declared the winner. If no goal is scored, the same procedure as above shall be repeated until a winner has been determined.

Tie-Breaking Policy

At the conclusion of the NAHL regular season, Clubs that play an equal amount of game against their opponents and that have an equal amount of points shall have their final position in the NAHL standings determined by applying the following tie breaking procedures until the tie is broken:

  • Most wins during the regular season.
  • Results of head-to-head competition during the regular season.
  • Total goal differential in head-to-head competition during the regular season.
  • Total goal differential during the regular season.
  • Coin flip.
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