The EJHL South (formerly Southeast Junior Hockey League) is an American Tier III Juniorice hockey league sanctioned by USA Hockey. The league currently has seven teams located in Florida, North Carolina, Virginia and Georgia. With the elimination by USA Hockey of the Junior A, B and C labels, at the start of the 2011-12 season, the SEJHL was to become the Southern Atlantic Hockey League. This progression was approved by USA Hockey as the SAHL was preparing to compete at the top level of Tier III Junior hockey. However, unprecedented developments allowed the SAHL to be included in a partnership with the Eastern Junior Hockey League and to operate under the infrastructure and guidance of the EJHL as an affiliate member organization. The EJHL will govern the league for a minimum of three seasons and it will carry the label of the "EJHL South" as an affiliate operation of the EJHL.
The SEJHL began play in 2006 as sanctioned a Junior C league. On January 18, 2010 the SEJHL, in conjunction with USA Hockey, announced that beginning with the 2010-2011 season the SEJHL will be a Jr. B league. With the elimination of Junior A, B and C by USAH, the league now operates as the EJHL South, and will now play Tier III Jr. hockey for the 2011-12 season and beyond.