Fairbanks, Alaska

A view of Fairbanks.

Fairbanks is a city of about 35,000 people in central Alaska, United States. Its metro area has a population of almost 100,000.

It is the second largest city in the state after Anchorage.

Minor LeagueEdit

  1. Pacific Northwest Hockey League, 1991-1992)
  2. Pacific Southwest Hockey League (1993-1995) join West Coast Hockey League
  3. West Coast Hockey League, 1995-1997) suspend operations, return as Colorado Gold Kings in 1998
  1. (Western States Hockey League, 1997-1999)
  2. (Northern Pacific Hockey League, 2000-2001) join AWHL
  3. (America West Hockey League, 2000-2003) join NAHL
  4. (North American Hockey League, 2003-Present)

University TeamsEdit

  1. Division I Independent (1926-1960's) revert to Division II
  2. Division II Independent (1960's-1985) join Great West Hockey Conference
  3. Great West Hockey Conference (1985-1988) league collapsed after 2 of 4 teams dropped hockey
  4. Division I Independent, 1988-1993) join CCHA as affiliate member
  5. CCHA affiliate member, 1993-1995) become full member of league
  6. CCHA, 1995-2013) joining WCHA in 2013 when league disbands
  7. WCHA, 2013-Future)



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