The FHL, SPHL, NAHL, and LNAH have all rounded out their teams and schedules for the coming season, and really all that’s left for each of these leagues is filling out rosters, heading to training camp and then taking the ice. Continue reading Ranking the expansion and relocation moves this off-season
It stands for USA Central Hockey League, and looks to be a competitor to the NAHL, playing as a tuition-free junior league, and as the name suggests, in the central part of America. Continue reading Can the newly formed USACHL survive in an already crowded junior hockey market?
I get that 95% of arenas out there either aren’t being built, or weren’t built specifically for hockey, but you do not need 17,000 seats Continue reading A letter potential hockey markets: Stop making your arenas so damn big
Summer rolls along, and since we had so much fun with the first round of question guys asked, we decided to do it again! Continue reading The second-ever Bus League Hockey reader Q&A!
I lived off and on in a town that has a USHL for around five years, spent two years in a town with a WSHL team, and for the last two have lived in a town with an NAHL team, so I feel like I am pretty well-versed in this discussion on junior hockey and why I like the NAHL more. Continue reading Why I like the NAHL more than the USHL