Minnesota and Wisconsin are leaving the Western Collegiate Hockey Association to join, while Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State will move to the Big Ten from the Central Collegiate Hockey Association.
What does CCHA stand for?
CCHA stands for Central Collegiate Hockey Association
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- Clark County Health Access Consortium (Nevada)
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- Co-Ordinating Committee on Health Aspects of Radiation Research (UK)
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The Nanooks, one of four Central Collegiate Hockey Association teams to make the tournament, are led by the duo of Dion Knelsen (19-22-41) and Andy Taranto (17-24-41), as well as goalie Scott Greenham, who has played all but 95 minutes of the Nanooks' season.
Jones, Brad Robbins, Charley Fetzer, Nathan Davis, Mitch Ganzak and Charlie Effinger and Nino Musitelli made three NCAA Tournament appearances, won a Central Collegiate Hockey Association championship, won two NCAA games, and reached the Northeast final in back-to-back years.