||Rensselaer hockey debuts with a one game season (outcome unknown.) For the next 37 years the team battles the elements on an outdoor rink.
||RPI drops the "Varsity Seven" from its athletic program.
||Rensselaer acquires a former Navy warehouse and converts it into a public events facility and indoor ice arena (later named Houston Field House.)
||President Livingston W. Houston reinstates ice hockey at RPI; the first season ends with four wins and six losses.
||Under Head Coach Ned Harkness the Engineers win 18 of 23 games, earning their first national title in the NCAA Championships in Denver, Colorado.
||Rensselaer places 1st in the ECAC Championships, ending with a 32-6 record.
||The Engineers win both ECAC and NCAA hockey titles in a stellar 35-2-1 season.
||Rensselaer wins its third ECAC Championship title in eleven years, ending the season at 19-14-4