The Frankford Huskies joined the Eastern Ontario Senior Hockey League in 2004. They were named after their old junior hockey club that played in the Quinte-St. Lawrence Junior C Hockey League for many years. The relocated Baltimore Clippers were named after the long time American Hockey League team previously located in Baltimore, Maryland.
After four years in the EOSHL, the remaining four EOSHL teams merged with the two remaining Westerm[clarification needed] senior teams to form the new Ontario Major Hockey "AAA" League to be known as Major League Hockey. In 2008, the Baltimore Clippers will begin their first season in the MLH with the Whitby Dunlops, the Norwood Vipers, the Coldwater Tundras,the Brantford Blast and the Dundas Real McCoys. In the summer of 2009, the Clippers left Major League Hockey.