Canadian University (CIS) and Canadian College Hockey
The Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) (formerly Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union CIAU) is arguably the most underrated league in North America. The CIS is comprised of mostly ex Major Junior players as well as top Junior A players and this combination makes for highly skilled hockey.
We have included the playing conferences and past information in this area.
Canadian college hockey refers to Community college hockey not university level. It consists of two conferences. The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and the Alberta Colleges (ACAC). It is under the juristriction of the CCAA, Canadian College Athletic Associatiion.^ top
Canadian University (CIS) Hockey
1600 James Naismeth Dr. Suite 209
Gloucester, Ontario K1B 5N4
Tel: (613) 748-5619 Fax: (613) 748-5764
Each year a championship series is held to determine a Canadian wide university champion, which is presented the University Cup.
Canadian university conferences consist of the following. Each page contains the team contact information. (formerly CIAU conferences)
Canadian College Hockey
Colleges Athletic Association
St. Lawrence College
2 Belmont Street
Each year a Canadian college level champion was determined and presented with the CCAA Championship Bowl. CCAA no longer sanctions hockey.
The conferences that played under the CCAA and still offering hockey were as follows.