USA Hockey has announced the 2023 USA Hockey National Championships host sites with eleven different cities in nine states stretching from New Jersey to California getting the chance to crown champions.
Florida will host two events in Wesley Chapel while Minnesota will host two events between Wayzata and Maple Grove as well. USA Hockey has conducted the country’s ice hockey National Championship tournaments since 1938, with teams from all across the United States crowned champions across various classifications. As part of USA Hockey Nationals, more than 7,500 players compete for American hockey top honors at youth, girls, women’s, sled, high school and adult levels.
The 2023 calendar is as follows:
March 23–27: High School nationals, Wayzata, Minnesota
March 29–April 4: Youth Tier I 14U, Plymouth, Michigan
March 29–April 4: Youth Tier I 15O, Newark, New Jersey
March 29–April 4: Youth Tier I 16U, 18U, San Jose, California
March 30–April 4: Youth Tier II 14U, Denver
March 30–April 4: Youth Tier II 16U, Amherst, New York
March 30–April 4: Youth Tier II 18U, Maple Grove, Minnesota
March 30–April 4: Girls Tier I 14U, 16U, 19U, Dallas
March 30–April 4: Girls Tier II, 14U, 16U, 19U, Anaheim, California
March 30–April 2: Sled, Maryland Heights, Missouri
April 13–16: Adult Men, Wesley Chapel, Florida
April 20–23: Adult Women, Wesley Chapel, Florida