The 72nd Lawrenceville Invitational Hockey Tournament

DECEMBER 20-22, 2019


Loucks Ice Center at The Lawrenceville School
Hobey Baker Arena at Princeton University 

Round-Robin Format – Two Divisions-Eight Teams – 16 Games 

 
Bernard Division: Belmont Hill, Northfield Mount Hermon, Taft and Upper Canada College
 Schonheiter Division: Choate, Lawrenceville, Nichols, and Stanstead
 

Game and Event Schedule

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  • Friday, December 20, 2019

    Game 1:9:00 a.m.UCC (0) vs. Northfield Mount Hermon (0)
    Game 2:11:00 a.m.Lawrenceville (0) vs. Nichols (0)
    Game 3:2:00 p.m.Belmont Hill (0) vs. Taft (0)
    Game 4:4:00 p.m. Stanstead (0) vs. Choate (0)
    Event:5:30–6:45 p.m.Welcome Reception for Tournament Parents and Coaches
    (Lavino Lounge)
    Event:7:00–8:30 p.m.Tournament Banquet for Tournament Players and Coaches
    (Abbott Dining Hall)

    Home Teams Listed First and wearing dark uniform
  • Saturday, December 21, 2019

    Game 5:9:00 a.m.Taft (0) vs. Northfield Mount Hermon (0)
    Game 6:9:00 a.m.Belmont Hill (0) vs. UCC (0) (Baker Rink)
    Game 7:11:00 a.m.Choate (0) vs. Lawrenceville (0)
    Game 8:11:00 a.m. Stanstead (0) vs. Nichols (0) (Baker Rink)
    Game 9:2:00 p.m. Northfield Mount Hermon (0) vs. Belmont Hill (0)
    Game 10:4:00 p.m. Taft (0) vs. UCC (0)
    Game 11:6:30 p.m. Lawrenceville (0) vs. Stanstead (0)
    Game 12:8:30 p.m. Nichols (0) vs. Choate (0)

    Home Teams Listed First and wearing dark uniform
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  • Sunday, December 22, 2019

    Game 13:8:00 a.m.4th vs. 4th 
    Game 14:10:00 a.m.3rd vs. 3rd
    Game 15:12:00 p.m.2nd vs. 2nd
    Championship Game:2:15 p.m. 1st vs. 1st 

    Home Teams Listed First and wearing dark uniform
    * Sunday Home Teams are decided by point total and tie-breaking procedures

History of the Tournament

The first tournament took place January 2-4, 1949. It replaced the Northwood School Tournament held for several years at Lake Placid, NY before the Second World War. The first participants were: Andover, Choate, Exeter, Lawrenceville, Hill, Nichols, Northwood, and Peddie. Nichols defeated Exeter 3-2 in the championship game. The tournament was started by the Friends of Princeton Hockey and Lawrenceville graduate Carl Erdman '1915 was the leader. "Carl really got the tournament started," said Larry Tiihonen, who was the Lawrenceville Director of Athletics from 1934 to 1966.
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