Atlantic Metropolitan Hockey League

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The Atlantic Metropolitan Hockey League is a youth ice hockey organization, based in McAfee, New Jersey, that operates in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic United States. The AMHL organises four leagues : the Atlantic Junior Hockey League, the Atlantic Sled Hockey League, the Atlantic Youth Hockey League and the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League. Three of the leagues produce talent for junior and professional hockey leagues in the United States and Canada. The fourth league, the Atlantic Sled Hockey League, is a place for disabled youth where they can fulfill their hockey-playing dreams, using specially designed sleds in the place of skates.

Atlantic Junior Hockey League[edit]

The AJHL is an American Tier III Junior A ice hockey league. For more details, please see the main article at Atlantic Junior Hockey League.

Metropolitan Junior Hockey League[edit]

The MJHL is an American Tier III Junior B ice hockey league. For more details, please see the main article at Metropolitan Junior Hockey League.

Atlantic Youth Hockey League[edit]

The AYHL is an American Youth ice hockey league. The teams participating are:

Atlantic Sled Hockey League[edit]

The ASHL is a place for disabled youth where they can fulfill their hockey-playing dreams, using specially designed sleds in the place of skates. As of December 2010[1] the following teams participate:

  • Bennett Blazers
  • DC Sharks
  • Delaware Sled Snipers
  • Hammerheads
  • South Jersey Wings of Steel
  • Vineland Sled Stars, from Vineland, New Jersey
  • Youth Rangers

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