The American Hockey Association (AHA) was a semi-professional ice hockey league that operated for the 1992-93 season. The league operated independently, and was not affiliated with any higher league.[1] The league operated with central ownership of teams, presided over by Charlie Hodgins.[1] The league scheduled exhibition games with the Russian Red Army team, and also played against them in the all-star game.[1] The league suspended operations on January 29, 1993, resulting in no champion being declared.[2]


Note: It is uncertain if the Fargo-Moorhead Express also played games in Moorhead, Minnesota which would have been played at the Moorhead Sports Center.

Team Location Arena Tenure Notes
Bismarck Bulls Bismarck, North Dakota Schaumberg Ice Arena 1992-1993 Fold with league
Fargo-Moorhead Express Fargo, North Dakota John E. Carlson Coliseum 1992-1993 Fold with league
Green Bay Ice Green Bay, Wisconsin Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena 1992-1993 Fold with league
Minnesota Iron Rangers Hibbing, Minnesota Hibbing Memorial Building 1992-1993 Fold with league
St. Paul Fighting Saints Falcon Heights, Minnesota/St. Paul, Minnesota Minnesota State Fair Coliseum & St. Paul Civic Center 1992-1993 Fold with league

Fargo-Moorhead Express 30 23 7 0 169 117 46
St. Paul Fighting Saints 30 21 5 4 181 111 46
Green Bay Ice 30 17 13 0 181 144 34
Minnesota Iron Rangers 27 8 18 1 101 144 17
Bismarck Bulls 35 7 27 1 149 265 15


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Augustin, Mike. "American Hockey Association Suspends Operations", 1993-01-30, pp. 3C. (English) 
  2. American Hockey Association [1992-1993 history and statistics].
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