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Western Canada League

The Western Canada League was the name of three different baseball circuits in Minor league baseball which operated between 1907 and 1921. The first was a class D League that played only in 1907, with four teams sponsored by four cities. The seco ...


Western International League

The Western International League was a mid- to higher-level minor league baseball circuit in the northwest United States and western Canada. Informally known as the "Willy" loop, it operated in 1922, 1937–1942, and 1946–1954. In 1955, the league ...


North American League


California State League

There were at least three class D California State Leagues in operation at some point in minor league baseball history. Two lasted just a single season and the other lasted a whole three seasons 1913 through 1915. The 1910 version was actually th ...


California Winter League

California Winter League is a former baseball winter league. It was the first integrated league in the 20th century as players from Major League Baseball and Negro League Baseball played each other in training games. The league was in existence f ...


International League of Independent Professional Base Ball Clubs

The International League of Independent Professional Base Ball Clubs, also referred to as the International League, was a baseball league composed of a mix of white, Cuban and Negro league baseball teams in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as well as ...


Defunct independent baseball leagues in the United States


Defunct major baseball leagues in the United States


Defunct minor baseball leagues in the United States


Defunct womens basketball leagues in Europe


Defunct womens basketball leagues in the United States


Basketball leagues in Yugoslavia


National Basketball Conference

The National Basketball Conference was a regional-based basketball league in the Philippines formed in 2004. The league is sanctioned by the Philippine national sport association for basketball, the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas. Teams are also ...


United Regional Basketball League

The United Regional Basketball League was a community-based amateur basketball league in the Philippines that played only one season in 2004. The league was managed by persons identified with the old Metropolitan Basketball Association, a profess ...


Manila Industrial and Commercial Athletic Association


Metropolitan Basketball Association


South East Australian Basketball League teams


Central Basketball League

The Central Basketball League was an early regional professional or semi-pro basketball league based in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The league disbanded on November 12, 1912 after playing a few exhibition games. Joseph "Joe" Meech Leithead served as S ...


National Alliance of Basketball Leagues

The National Alliance of Basketball Leagues is the descendant of the industrial-based basketball clubs that formed into the National Basketball League in the early 1930s.


Western Basketball Association

The Western Basketball Association was formed in 1978 and played for one season during 1978–79. Organized by Larry Cregar, a former assistant coach in the National Basketball Association and American Basketball Association, and real estate develo ...


American Basketball League (1925–55)


American Basketball League (1961–62)


Continental Basketball Association


International Basketball League (1999–2001)


National Professional Basketball League (1950–51)


Professional Basketball League of America


United States Basketball League


Bruce Mattingly

Bruce Mattingly was a centre in the Ontario Rugby Football Union, playing 10 years with the Sarnia Imperials. The basis of the offensive line Sarnia, Mattingly was a star 5 times and won two Championships ORFU. By far his best season was in 1951, ...


Sarnia Imperials players


Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers players


Japan Ice Hockey League


Canadian Amateur Hockey League

The Canadian Amateur Hockey League was an early mens amateur hockey league founded in 1898, replacing the organization that was formerly the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada before the 1898–99 season. The league existed for seven seasons, fol ...


Canadian Elite Hockey League

The Canadian Elite Hockey League 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. He previously brought the expansion Halifax Moose ...


Canadian Hockey Association (1909–10)

The Canadian Hockey Association was an early mens professional ice hockey league. It was founded in November, 1909, as the result of a dispute within the Eastern Canada Hockey Association. The CHA survived only a few weeks of play in January 1910 ...


Canadian Professional Hockey League

The Canadian Professional Hockey League, also known as Canpro, was a minor professional hockey league founded in 1926. After three seasons, it became the International Hockey League in 1929. The name was then given to a new league of IHL farm tea ...


Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association

The Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association was a mens amateur – later professional – ice hockey league in Canada that played four seasons. It was founded on December 11, 1905 with the top clubs from two other leagues: four from the Canadian Am ...


Federal Amateur Hockey League

The Federal Amateur Hockey League was a Canadian mens senior-level ice hockey league that played six seasons, from 1904 to 1909. The league was formed initially to provide a league for teams not accepted by the rival Canadian Amateur Hockey Leagu ...


International Hockey League (1929–1936)

The International Hockey League was a professional hockey league operating in Canada and the United States from 1929 to 1936. It was a direct ancestor of the American Hockey League. It was created when the canadian professional hockey League divi ...


International Hockey League (1945–2001)

The International Hockey League was a minor professional ice hockey league in the United States and Canada that operated from 1945 to 2001. The IHL served as the National Hockey Leagues alternate farm system to the American Hockey League. After 5 ...


Interprovincial Amateur Hockey Union

The Interprovincial Amateur Hockey Union was the premier amateur ice hockey league in Canada after the split between the amateur and professional ice hockey teams of the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association in 1908.


Pacific Coast Hockey League

The Pacific Coast Hockey League was an ice hockey minor league with teams in the western United States and western Canada that existed in several incarnations: from 1928 to 1931, from 1936 to 1941, and from 1944 to 1952.


Western Canada Senior Hockey League (1965–1968)

The Western Canada Senior Hockey League was a Canadian senior ice hockey league in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. The league lasted for three seasons from 1965-1968.


Western Hockey League (1952–1974)

The Western Hockey League was a minor pro ice hockey league that operated from its 1952-1953 season through the 1973-1974 season. Managed for most of its history by Al Leader, it was originally the Pacific Coast Hockey League, which had absorbed ...


Western International Hockey League

The Western International Hockey League was a senior level ice hockey league that featured teams from the Western United States and Western Canada. It operated from 1946–62 and 1963–88. It grew out of the West Kootenay League, which operated in s ...


Defunct junior ice hockey leagues in Canada


Defunct ice hockey leagues in Canada by province or territory


Canadian Amateur Hockey League


Canadian-American Hockey League


Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association


Federal Amateur Hockey League

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