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|Great Midwest Hockey League
|Sports fielded||ACHA Men's ice hockey (men's: 6; women's: 0)|
|Region||Michigan and Ohio|
|Headquarters||East Lansing, Michigan|
The Great Midwest Hockey League is an ACHA Division II Club hockey League consisting of 8 teams in the Great Lakes region of the USA. The league is one of the top ACHA Division II leagues and the level of the GMHL teams is close to ACHA DI and NCAA Division III levels. Michigan State University is the 2009-2010 GMHL Champions. Davenport is the 2009-2010 ACHA DII National Champions. Davenport will be leaving the GMHL following the 2009-2010 season to move up to Division I of the ACHA, a team to replace them in the GMHL has yet to be announced.
|Ferris State University||Big Rapids, Michigan||1884||Public||13,532||Bulldogs|
|Grand Valley State University||Allendale, Michigan||1960||Public||23,892||Lakers|
|Miami University (OH)||Oxford, Ohio||1809||Public||20,126||RedHawks|
|Michigan State University||East Lansing, Michigan||1855||Public||46,045||Spartans|
|University of Michigan||Ann Arbor, Michigan||1817||Public||40,042||Wolverines|
|Ohio State University||Columbus, Ohio||1870||Public||60,347||Buckeyes|
- Davenport University- left after the 2009-10 season as part of the team's transition to ACHA Division I and the new Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League for the 2010-11 season.
- Indiana University left after the 2008-09 season as part of the team's transition to ACHA Division I,joined the Central States Collegiate Hockey League for the 2010-11 season.