The International Hockey League was a professional ice hockey league in Canada and the USA that was formed in 1929 from the Canadian Professional Hockey League.

In 1936 the league began playing an interlocking schedule with the Canadian American Hockey League for two seasons before formally merging with that circuit on June 28,1938, under the new name the International-American Hockey League.


Buffalo Bisons (1929-1936) transferred from the Canadian Professional Hockey League (CPHL)
Cleveland Falcons (1934-1936)
Cleveland Indians (1929-1934) Former Kitchener CPHL franchise, players from Toronto of the CPHL,
Detroit Olympics (1929-1936) transferred from CPHL, became the Pittsburgh Hornets
Hamilton Tigers (1929-1930) transferred from CPHL
London Panthers (1929-1930) transferred from CPHL
London Tecumsehs (1930-1936)
Niagara Falls Cataracts (1929-1930) transferred from CPHL
Pittsburgh Shamrocks (1935-1936)
Pittsburgh Yellowjackets (1930-1932)
Rochester Cardinals (1935-1936)
Syracuse Stars (1930-1936) purchase and transfer of Hamilton Tigers
Toronto Falcons (1929-1930) transferred from CPHL, players from Kitchener of CPHL
Windsor Bulldogs (1929-1936) transferred from CPHL


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