Next week, the Suburban High School Hockey League will begin its 46th postseason. The league has been able to account for 43 of its past 45 Class AA champions; we are still working to determine the champions for the 1995-96 and 2006-07 seasons. Class A champions have been accounted for from 2004-05 to the present with efforts ongoing to identify champions from 2003-04 and earlier, if available.
That said, here are some historical notes to pass along as the postseason nears.
Most Class AA Titles
11—Germantown Academy: 1980-83, 1993-95, 1998-2001
8—Central Bucks South: 2005, 2010, 2012, ’13, 2015-18
6—Abington: 1974-76, 1978, 2003, ‘04
Council Rock: 1984, 1987-89, 1991, 1997
* Abington also won the championship of the league that played out of Wintersport Arena during the 72-73 season. What was then called the Suburban Collegiate High School Hockey League played its first season in 1973-74.
The Suburban High School Hockey League filed for non-profit status on August 22, 1975.
* Council Rock played for the championship in 1990. The result of that game has not been documented.
Most consecutive Class AA titles
4—Central Bucks South 2015-18
Germantown Academy 1980-83 and 1998-2001
Most Class A Titles
2—Wissahickon: 2010, 2015
Archbishop Wood 2013, 2017,
Upper Moreland 2012, 2014
Note: The championships of 2003, 2004, and 2007 are still being documented