Midwest Hockey League

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Midwest Hockey League
Midwest Hockey League (emblem).png
Midwest Hockey League logo
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 2008
Country  United States
Official website www.themwhl.com

The Midwest Hockey League (MWHL) was a short-lived proposed low level minor pro hockey league that was scheduled to begin play in the 2009-2010 season. The league administrative office was located in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

League History[edit]

On August 10, 2009, the MWHL announced a merger with the All American Hockey League, absorbing the MWHL's Madison Ice Muskies as well as key MWHL personnel. The merged leagues operate under the AAHL name.[1]

2009–10 teams[edit]

The league was in the process of determining teams for the 2009–2010 season when the merger took place.

Team Founded Home arena City
Fort Wayne 2009 McMillen Ice Arena Fort Wayne, Indiana
Madison Ice Muskies 2009 Hartmeyer Ice Arena (1,800) Madison,Wisconsin

Teams Year by Year[edit]

Year Teams Expansion Defunct Suspended Return from Hiatus Relocated Name Changes
2008 7 Evansville IceMen,
Motor City (Frazier)Gamblers,
Indianapolis ( Fishers Indiana)Trax,
Chicago Bulldogs from DAHL,
Louisville Chill,
Columbus (Indiana) Rage,
Michigan (Kalkaska) Stars
Evansville IceMen to AAHL,
Motor City Gamblers to AAHL,
Indianapolis Trax,
Chicago Bulldogs to DAHL,
louisville Chill to St. Louis ( Wentzville) Chill
2009 2 Madison Ice Muskies,
Fort Wayne
Madison Ice Muskies to AAHL,
Fort Wayne

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