For those hungry for holiday hockey, the 2019 Frozen Cup welcomed 50 teams across seven divisions in Voorhees, New Jersey. With both team and individual registrants, some groups played on their winter teams while others shared uniforms with teammates they’d just met prior to the tournament. Because of that diverse group of players and teams, the Frozen Cup continually proves to be one of LEGACY’s more dynamic tournaments on the calendar.  

In the 16U Division, Team Genesis defeated Selects Hockey Development 2 to win the championship. At 5-1-0, Genesis avenged their only loss of the tournament — a 4-2 defeat to the Alaska Oilers — with a 6-2 decision in the playoff semifinals before going on to win the finale on Sunday. 

Virtua posted a 5-0 shutout over Selects Hockey Development 1 to win the 05 Division championship. It was their only shutout of the weekend and their largest margin of victory after playing in three previous games decided by just one goal. 

The 06 Division was dominated by Glazing Dynamics, after they won the championship 7-0 over Surge Hockey. Dynamics scored five-or-more goals in every game of the tournament, compiling a perfect 6-0-0 record. 

 

In the 07 Division, Virtua allowed just three goals against in their final four games of the tournament edging out the New York Rangers Quebec 1-0 in the championship. Virtua finished the weekend with a 6-0-0 record with a plus-16 goal differential. 

The Swag Kings defeated the New Jersey Rockets 5-2 in the 08 Division championship. Swag survived a 6-5 shootout decision in the semifinal round before taking the title and finishing the weekend with a 4-2-0 record.  

The 09 Division was represented by 621 Hockey after they knocked off Philadelphia Hockey Club 5-4 in the championship. Compiling a 6-0-0 record during the tournament 621 Hockey scored five-or-more goals in every game, including the finale. 

Mayhem reigned in the 10 Division after they defeated Selects Hockey Development 1 in the championship. SHD 1 handled Mayhem 6-1 in the final game of pool play, but it was Mayhem edging out SHD 1 in the rematch 4-3, with medals and banners on the line. 

The Frozen Cup grew in size and interest in 2019, serving as an evaluation opportunity and consideration for our Selects Hockey spring teams. Accepting both team and individual registrants, the tournament offers holiday hockey for anyone interested in competing during the winter break. Click HERE to learn more about upcoming LGS Hockey events.