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The Southern Hockey League was a low-level minor professional ice hockey league that operated from 1973 to 1977. The SHL was one of two leagues along with the North American Hockey League, that were formed after the Eastern Hockey League ceased operations in 1973. The league began with six franchises and ended with seven, then folded midseason, on January 31, 1977.
|Baltimore Clippers||1976–1977||1||Baltimore, Maryland|
|Charlotte Checkers||1973–1977||4||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Greensboro Generals||1973–1977||4||Greensboro, North Carolina|
|Hampton Gulls||1974–1977||3||Hampton, Virginia|
|Macon Whoopees||1973–1974||1||Macon, Georgia|
|Richmond Wildcats||1976–1977||1||Richmond, Virginia|
|Roanoke Valley Rebels||1973–1976||4||Roanoke, Virginia|
|Suncoast Suns||1973–1974||1||St. Petersburg, Florida|
|Tidewater Sharks||1975–1977||2||Norfolk, Virginia|
|Winston-Salem Polar Twins||1973–1977||4||Winston-Salem, North Carolina|
- Regular season
- 1974 - Roanoke Valley Rebels
- 1975 - Charlotte Checkers
- 1976 - Charlotte Checkers
- 1973-74 Southern Hockey League season
- 1974-75 Southern Hockey League season
- 1975-76 Southern Hockey League season
- 1976-77 Southern Hockey League season (folded midseason)