Granite State Hockey League was a men's amateur hockey league based out of New Hampshire. The league started up in the early 1960's and was supplanted by the New England Hockey League (1968-1973).
During the first few seasons most of the games were played in the form of doubleheaders at the newly opened
John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum likely accounting for two team not having indoor arenas in their communities.
Allain's Jewelers Seacoast Region 1963-1966
Concord Shamrocks Concord, New Hampshire White Park Rink (1962-1966) Douglas N. Everett Arena (1966-1967) 1963-1967
Laconia Lakers Laconia, New Hampshire 1963-1966
Nashua Royals Nashua, New Hampshire John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum (Manchester) 1963-1968 fold
Exeter Knights of Columbus Exeter, New Hampshire N/A 1963-1963 withdrew before playing
Manchester Tam O'Shanters Manchester, New Hampshire Dorrs Pond (1963-1964) John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum (1964-1966) 1963-1966 fold
Manchester Alpine Club Manchester, New Hampshire Dorrs Pond (1963-1964) John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum (1964-1966) 1963-1966 fold
Manchester Blackhawks Manchester, New Hampshire John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum 1966-1968 join New England Hockey League (1968-1973)
Rye Bruins Rye, New Hampshire North Shore Sports Center ( Lynn, Massachusetts) 1966-1967
Concord Eastern Olympics Concord, New Hampshire Douglas N. Everett Arena 1967-1968 join New England Hockey League (1968-1973)