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Canadian Elite Hockey League

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The Canadian Elite Hockey League (CEHL) was a semi-professional hockey league that played one season in 2005-2006. The CEHL was founded by Harold MacKay, a prominent member of the local hockey community.[1] He previously brought the expansion Halifax Mooseheads of the QMJHL to Nova Scotia in 1994 and was later responsible for moving the Granby Predateurs franchise to Cape Breton where they became the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles.

MacKay hoped to recruit players from major junior and university by giving them an opportunity to play locally and not re-locate to professional leagues in Europe or the United States. The league's champion won the Alexander Cup. Team budgets were set at $450,000 CAD and rosters were limited to a maximum of six import players.

The first league champion was the Saint John Scorpions, coached by Yvon Vautour, who won the Alexander Cup[2] by defeating the Dartmouth Destroyers in four games. In June 2006 the Cape Breton Crush folded leaving the league with just three teams. Soon after that the league itself shut down.

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Teams

The charter franchises of the league were:[3]

References

  1. ^ Maritimes to get new hockey league
  2. ^ "Saint John Sea Dogs - Yvon Vautour - Assistant Coach". Archived from the original on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 2013-08-30.
  3. ^ PEI Talk • View topic - Elite hockey team names head coach

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