|Junior Women's Hockey League|
|2018-19 JWHL Season|
|No. of teams||8 (2018-19)|
|Country(ies)|| United States|
Based on the league setup the teams do not have a true home arena as the games are played showcase style with teams playing 3 or 4 games each against different teams at one location over a weekend. Teams usually play in other events outside of the league setup during the season. The league also plays under two different sets of rules depending on what country the games are played in. USA Hockey rules for games played in the United States and Hockey Canada rules for games played in Canada regardless of what country the two teams playing are based.
(Line up as of 2018-19 season)
|National Sports Academy Mountaineers||Lake Placid, New York||2008-2014|
|Colorado Select||Denver, Colorado||2009-2016|
|Edge School Mountaineers||Calgary, Alberta||2008-2016|
|Minnesota Thoroughbreds||Saint Paul, Minnesota||2009-2014|
|Warner Hockey School Warriors||Warner, Alberta||2007-2016|
|Notre Dame Hounds||Wilcox, Saskatchewan||2012-2016|
|Okanagan Hockey Academy||Penticton, British Columbia||2012-2016|
|Canadian International Hockey Academy||Rockland, Ontario||2015-2016|
|Chicago Young Americans||Chicago, Illinois||2016-2018|
|Little Caesars||Detroit, Michigan||2017-2018|
- ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20080509092154/http://www.winter-hawks.org/teams/whiteschedule.html
- ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20090204204153/http://winter-hawks.org:80/teams/whiteschedule.html
- ↑ Warner Warriors women win (12 May 2010).
- ↑ North American Hockey Academy captures sixth championship (13 March 2014).
- ↑ North American Hockey Academy wins 2017 championship (11 March 2017).