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Central Hockey League (1963–1984)

Central Hockey League (CHL) var en amerikansk ishockeyliga som var aktiv mellan 1963 och 1984. Ligan startades dock med namnet Central Professional Hockey League (CPHL), men 1968 ville man förenkla liganamnet och tog bort Professional.[1] Samma år tog den nordamerikanska proffsligan National Hockey League (NHL) över ägarskapet och drev den tills ligan lades ner 1984. NHL använde ligan som en utvecklingsliga som American Hockey League (AHL) och ECHL är idag för NHL. Samtliga NHL-organisationer hade minst en samarbetspartner i ligan, där de skickade spelare mellan sig för att ge de spelare som inte lyckats få en plats i NHL-truppen speltid.

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Samtliga lag som spelade i CPHL/CHL under ligans existens.[2]

Lag Stad Anslöt Lämnade Titlar (Adams Cup) Framträdande spelare[3] NHL-organisation(er)[4]
Albuquerque Six-Guns   Albuquerque, New Mexico 1973 1974 0st
Amarillo Wranglers   Amarillo, Texas 1968
1970
1969
1971
0st Sheldon Kannegiesser & Yvon Labre. Pittsburgh Penguins (1968-1969[5], 1970-1971[6])
Birmingham Bulls   Birmingham, Alabama 1979 1981 0st Barry Gibbs, Paul Henderson, Tim Hunter & Réjean Lemelin. Atlanta Flames (1979-1980[7])
Calgary Flames (1980-1981[7])
Birmingham South Stars   Birmingham, Alabama 1982 1983 0st Don Beaupre, Mario Lessard & Warren Young. Minnesota North Stars (1982-1983[8])
Cincinnati Stingers   Cincinnati, Ohio 1979 1980 0st Larry Brown, Brent Hughes & Dan Kozak. Hartford Whalers (1979-1980[9])
Cincinnati Tigers   Cincinnati, Ohio 1981 1982 0st Rick Blight, Craig Muni & Ron Sedlbauer. Toronto Maple Leafs (1981-1982[10])
Cincinnati Wings   Cincinnati, Ohio 1963 1964 0st Bryan Campbell, Ron Harris, Nick Libett, Bert Marshall, Wayne Muloin, Jimmy Peters, Jr., Bob Wall & Jim Watson. Detroit Red Wings (1963-1964[11])
Colorado Flames   Denver, Colorado 1982 1984 0st Ed Beers, Brian Bradley, Tim Hunter, Mark Lamb, Al MacInnis, Pat Ribble & Mike Vernon. Calgary Flames (1982-1984[12])
Dallas Black Hawks   Dallas, Texas 1967 1982 4st (1968-1969, 1971-1972, 1973-1974 & 1978-1979) Bruce Affleck, John Anderson, J.P. Bordeleau, Ted Bulley, Dave Burrows, Jerry Butler, Bill Derlago, Dave Gardner, Larry Goodenough, Dirk Graham, Doug Halward, Glen Hanlon, Dennis Kearns, Kelly Kisio, Cliff Koroll, Don Kozak, Barry Long, Gary Lupul, Blair MacDonald, John Marks, Bob Murray, Mike O'Connell, Chris Oddleifson, Mike Palmateer, Bobby Schmautz, Paul Shmyr, Stan Smyl, Dale Tallon & Mike Veisor. Chicago Blackhawks (1967-1978)
Toronto Maple Leafs (1976-1978, 1980-1981)
Vancouver Canucks (1978-1982[13])
Denver Spurs   Denver, Colorado 1974 1975 0st John Davidson, Chris Evans & Floyd Thomson. St. Louis Blues (1974-1975[14])
Fort Worth Texans   Fort Worth, Texas 1974 1982 1st (1977-1978) Bob Bourne, Aaron Broten, Larry Brown, Ab DeMarco, Jr., Mike Gillis, Bob Gould, Lorne Henning, Pierre Jarry, Steve Jensen, Mike Kitchen, Mario Lessard, Merlin Malinowski, Phil Myre, Jimmy Peters, Jr., Michel Plasse, Don Saleski, Bobby Sheehan, Yvon Vautour & Vic Venasky. New York Islanders (1974-1979)
Los Angeles Kings (1975-1977)
Minnesota North Stars (1977-1978)
Colorado Rockies (1979-1982[15])
Fort Worth Wings   Fort Worth, Texas 1967 1974 0st Ron Anderson, Nick Libett, Randy Manery, Jimmy Peters, Jr., Chico Resch, Doug Roberts, Jim Rutherford, André St. Laurent & Jim Watson. Detroit Red Wings (1967-1973)
St. Louis Blues (1972-1973)
New York Islanders (1973-1974[16])
Houston Apollos   Houston, Texas 1965
1979
1969
1981
0st Garnet Bailey, Dave Balon, Randy Manery, Wayne Bianchin, André Boudrias, Larry Brown, Gerry Desjardins, Jude Drouin, Tony Esposito, Norm Ferguson, Barry Gibbs, Larry Goodenough, Danny Grant, Ernie Hicke, Charlie Huddy, John-Paul Kelly, Guy Lapointe, Claude Larose, Jacques Lemaire, Mark Messier, Garry Monahan, Phil Myre, Garry Peters, Pat Quinn, Mickey Redmond, André St. Laurent, Serge Savard, Rogie Vachon, Carol Vadnais & Bryan Watson. Montreal Canadiens (1965-1969)
Edmonton Oilers (1979-1980)
Los Angeles Kings (1980-1981[17])
Indianapolis Capitols   Indianapolis, Indiana 1963 1963 0st Detroit Red Wings (1963[11])
Indianapolis Checkers   Indianapolis, Indiana 1979 1984 2st (1981-1982, 1982-1983) Bruce Affleck, Billy Carroll, Gord Dineen, Michel Dion, Bob Hess, Kelly Hrudey & Roland Melanson. New York Islanders (1979-1984[18])
Iowa Stars   Waterloo, Iowa 1969 1970 0st Rick Dudley & John Miszuk. Minnesota North Stars (1969-1970[19])
Kansas City Blues   Kansas City, Missouri 1967
1976
1972
1977
1st (1976-1977) Terry Crisp, Chris Evans, Murray Flegel, John Garrett, Camille Henry, Bob Hess, Larry Keenan, Rick Lapointe, Michel Plasse, Derek Sanderson, Brit Selby, Wayne Stephenson & Floyd Thomson. St. Louis Blues (1967-1972[20])
Detroit Red Wings (1976-1977)
St. Louis Blues (1976-1977[21])
Kansas City Red Wings   Kansas City, Missouri 1977 1979 0st Al Cameron, Larry Giroux, Jean Hamel, Terry Harper, Willie Huber, Ron Low, Al McDonough, Derek Sanderson & Dwight Schofield. Detroit Red Wings (1977-1979[22])
Memphis South Stars   Memphis, Tennessee 1967 1969 0st Minnesota North Stars (1967-1969[23])
Memphis Wings   Memphis, Tennessee 1964 1967 0st Ron Anderson, Nick Libett, Jimmy Peters, Jr., Doug Roberts & Vic Stasiuk. Detroit Red Wings (1964-1967[24])
Minneapolis Bruins   Minneapolis, Minnesota 1963 1965 0st Don Awrey, Terry Crisp, Gary Dornhoefer, Stan Gilbertson, Ted Irvine, Skip Krake, Ross Lonsberry, Cesare Maniago, J.P. Parisé & Joe Watson. Boston Bruins (1963-1965[25])
Minnesota Rangers   St. Paul, Minnesota 1965 1966 0st Jim Johnson & Larry Mickey. New York Rangers (1965-1966[26])
Montana Magic   Billings, Montana 1983 1984 0st Perry Anderson, Tim Bothwell, Reggie Leach, Blair MacDonald, Don Murdoch, Stan Weir & Rik Wilson. St. Louis Blues (1983-1984[27])
Nashville South Stars   Nashville, Tennessee 1981 1983 0st Don Beaupre & Dave Richter. Minnesota North Stars (1981-1982[28])
Oklahoma City Blazers   Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1965
1973
1972
1977
2st (1965-1966, 1966-1967) Steve Atkinson, Wayne Cashman, Gerry Cheevers, Terry Crisp, Gary Doak, Doug Favell, George Ferguson, Barry Gibbs, Nick Harbaruk, Jim Harrison, Skip Krake, Reggie Leach, Bill Lesuk, Ross Lonsberry, Jim Lorentz, Rick MacLeish, Don Marcotte, Bob Neely, Chris Oddleifson, Mike Palmateer, Bernie Parent, Jean Pronovost, Derek Sanderson, Gregg Sheppard, Blaine Stoughton, Joe Watson, Barry Wilkins & Tiger Williams. Boston Bruins (1965-1972[29])
Toronto Maple Leafs (1973-1976)
Colorado Rockies (1976-1977)[30])
Oklahoma City Stars   Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1978 1982 0st Steve Christoff, Mike Eaves, Kari Eloranta, Barry Gibbs, Curt Giles, Bobby Gould, Tim Hunter, Neil Komadoski, Steve Konroyd, Bobby Lalonde, Bryan Maxwell, Steve Payne, Jean Potvin, Pat Ribble, Eric Vail, Mike Vernon, Pat Westrum & Warren Young. Minnesota North Stars (1978-1981)
Calgary Flames (1981-1982[31])
Omaha Knights   Omaha, Nebraska 1963
1966
1965
1975
4st (1963-1964, 1969-1970, 1970-1971, 1972-1973) Syl Apps, Jr., Larry Brown, Ab DeMarco, Jr., Denis Dupéré, Bill Fairbairn, Jean Gauthier, Bill Hogaboam, Pierre Jarry, Jim Johnson, Ed Kea, Orland Kurtenbach, Claude Larose, Don Luce, Larry Mickey, Garry Peters, Pat Ribble, Mike Robitaille, Serge Savard, Dean Talafous, Walt Tkaczuk, Eric Vail, Bob Wall & Juha Widing. Montreal Canadiens (1963-1965[32])
New York Rangers (1966-1972)
Atlanta Flames (1972-1975[33])
Phoenix Roadrunners   Phoenix, Arizona 1977 1978 0st Reg Kerr & Randy Pierce. Cleveland Barons (1977-1978)
Colorado Rockies (1977-1978[34])
Salt Lake Golden Eagles   Salt Lake City, Utah 1974 1984 3st (1974-1975, 1979-1980, 1980-1981) Bruce Affleck, Perry Anderson, Don Beaupre, Blair Chapman, Mike Crombeen, Gord Donnelly, Dirk Graham, Bob Hess, Ed Kea, Neil Komadoski, Don Luce, Bryan Maxwell, Bob Murdoch, Jim Nill, Dave Richter, Greg Smith, Wendell Young & Mike Zuke. Los Angeles Kings (1974-1975)
California Seals (1974-1976)
Cleveland Barons (1976-1977)
St. Louis Blues (1977-1983)
Minnesota North Stars (1983-1984[35])
Seattle Totems   Seattle, Washington 1974 1984 0st Andy Hebenton, Ron Sedlbauer & Harold Snepsts. Vancouver Canucks (1974-1975[36])
St. Louis Braves   St. Louis, Missouri 1963 1967 0st Camille Henry, Gerry Melnyk, John Miszuk, Fred Stanfield & Pat Stapleton. Chicago Blackhawks (1963-1967[37])
St. Paul Rangers   St. Paul, Minnesota 1963 1965 1st (1964-1965) New York Rangers (1963-1965[38])
Tucson Mavericks   Tucson, Arizona 1975 1976 0st
Tulsa Oilers   Tulsa, Oklahoma 1964 1984 3st (1967-1968, 1975-1976, 1983-1984) Mike Allison, Dave Barr, Mike Blaisdell, Larry Carriere, Rick Chartraw, Don Cherry, Denis Dupéré, Chris Evans, Bill Flett, Robbie Ftorek, Bruce Gamble, Dave Gardner, Larry Goodenough, Bobby Gould, John Gould, Hilliard Graves, Glen Hanlon, Larry Johnston, Eddie Joyal, Ed Kea, Scot Kleinendorst, Chris Kontos, Don Kozak, Bobby Lalonde, Grant Ledyard, Bill Lesuk, Ron Low, Jimmy Mann, Bob Manno, Moe Mantha, Jr., Rob McClanahan, Willi Plett, Jan Popiel, Pat Ribble, René Robert, Derek Sanderson, Ron Sedlbauer, Dave Silk, Don Simmons, Al Smith, Errol Thompson, John Vanbiesbrouck, Mike Walton, Steve Weeks & Stan Weir. Toronto Maple Leafs (1964-1973)
Vancouver Canucks (1975-1978)
Atlanta Flames (1975-1979)
Winnipeg Jets (1979-1982)
New York Rangers (1982-1984[39])
Wichita Wind   Wichita, Kansas 1980 1983 0st Garnet Bailey, Rick Blight, Aaron Broten, Chris Evans, Paul Gagné, Marc Habscheid, Garry Howatt, Charlie Huddy, Ron Low, Jan Ludvig, Andy Moog, Randy Pierce, Walt Poddubny, Dave Semenko, Yvon Vautour & Yvon Vautour. Edmonton Oilers (1980-1982)
New Jersey Devils (1982-1983[40])

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Den här artikeln är helt eller delvis baserad på material från engelskspråkiga Wikipedia.
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  39. ^ ”Tulsa Oilers (CHL) parent teams”. HockeyDB.com. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/display_affiliations_child.php?tmi=8580. 
  40. ^ ”Wichita Wind (CHL) parent teams”. HockeyDB.com. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/display_affiliations_child.php?tmi=8969.