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Professional Hockey Leagues - East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) Previous Champions- Kelly Cup

Professional Hockey Leagues - East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) Previous Champions- Kelly Cup


 


 

Patrick J. Kelly was named Commissioner Emeritus in June after eight years as the league's only Commissioner. Kelly is one of the founding fathers of the East Coast Hockey League. The ECHL's most coveted trophy in named in his honor. The Kelly Cup replaced the Riley Cup in 1997 as the playoff championship trophy

 

Jack Riley did it all in professional hockey as a player, coach, general manager and scout beginning in 1938. One of the most respected names in the game, he served as the President of the American Hockey League (1964-67) and scouted for the Pittsburgh Penguins until accepting the job as Commissioner of the Southern Hockey League in 1975. The East Coast Hockey League proudly commemorated his distinguished career for eight seasons by naming its most coveted trophy in his honor. The Riley Cup was retired following the 1995-96 season.

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