Great Midwest Hockey League
|Great Midwest Hockey League
|Sports fielded||ACHA men's ice hockey (men's: 6; women's: 0)|
|Region||Michigan and Ohio|
|Headquarters||East Lansing, Michigan|
The Great Midwest Hockey League (GMHL) is an ACHA Division 2 club ice hockey league consisting of 8 teams in the Great Lakes region of the United States. The league is one of the top ACHA Division 2 leagues and the level of the GMHL teams is close to ACHA D1 and NCAA Division III levels. Michigan State University is the 2009-2010 GMHL Champions. Davenport is the 2009-2010 ACHA D2 National Champions. Davenport will be leaving the GMHL following the 2009-2010 season to move up to Division 1 of the ACHA, a team to replace them in the GMHL has yet to be announced.
|Ferris State University||Big Rapids, Michigan||1884||Public||13,532||Bulldogs|
|Grand Valley State University||Allendale, Michigan||1960||Public||23,892||Lakers|
|Miami University (OH)||Oxford, Ohio||1809||Public||20,126||RedHawks|
|Michigan State University||East Lansing, Michigan||1855||Public||46,045||Spartans|
|University of Michigan||Ann Arbor, Michigan||1817||Public||40,042||Wolverines|
|Ohio State University||Columbus, Ohio||1870||Public||60,347||Buckeyes|
- Davenport University - left after the 2009-10 season as part of the team's transition to ACHA Division 1 and the new Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League for the 2010-11 season.
- Indiana University - left after the 2008-09 season as part of the team's transition to ACHA Division 1, joined the Central States Collegiate Hockey League for the 2010-11 season.
- Oakland University - An original member of the GMHL, Oakland University left after the 2005-06 season as the team transitioned to ACHA Division 1.