International Independent Hockey League

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The International Independent Hockey League (IIHL) was an independent semi-professional ice hockey league that played for two months in the Great Lakes Region of the United States in Deecmber 2003 and January 2004.

History[edit]

The first IIHL game was played in December 2003 in Harbor Springs, Michigan, between the Northern Michigan Predators and the Lansing Ice Nuts. The league quickly gained a reputation for fluctuating schedules, folding teams and instability, and folded in January 2004 after approximately a dozen games were played. Players of note included former National Hockey League players Craig Coxe and Darren Banks.

See also[edit]

List of ice hockey leagues