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Eastern Conference Championship (PIHA)

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Eastern Conference Championship (PIHA)

The Eastern Conference Championship Trophy is a Professional Inline Hockey Association trophy awarded to the Eastern Conference playoff champions. The New Jersey Grizzlies are the current holders of the trophy after winning the 2010 Eastern Conference playoffs.

List of Eastern Conference Trophy Winners

Total awards won
Wins Team
2 Connecticut Blaze
1 Philadelphia Growl
Boston Roller Rats
New Jersey Grizzlies
Key
  • * Defunct team
  • ^ = Year clinched to lead years won
  • ¤ = Year clinched to lead years consecutively won
  • † = Eventual Founders Cup champions

Eastern Conference playoffs champions

Season Winner Win #
2006 Philadelphia Growl *† 1
2007 Boston Roller Rats *† 1
2008 Connecticut Blaze * 1
2009 Connecticut Blaze *^¤ 2
2010 New Jersey Grizzlies 1
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