Superstorm Sandy can't knock ECAC Hockey championships out of Atlantic City
Superstorm Sandy wasn't strong enough to knock the ECAC Hockey championships out of Atlantic City, N.J.
After receiving some encouraging reports from officials of Boardwalk Hall, where the championships will take place, ECACH commissioner Steve Hagwell said on Wednesday that the league's final four will remain in Atlantic City.
"The [underground] parking garage got a little water, but the building is fine," Hagwell said. "It didn't sustain any damage."
This is the final year of the league's three-year deal in Atlantic City. The tournament moves to Lake Placid for three years starting in 2014.