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South East Hockey League
Logosehl
Sport Ice Hockey
Founded 2003
No. of teams 4
Country(ies) Usflag United States
Ceased 2004
Last champion(s) Huntsville Channel Cats (2003-04)

The South East Hockey League was formed in August 2003. It succeeded the short-lived Atlantic Coast Hockey League and had 4 teams for its first and only season.

The Huntsville Channel Cats were the 2003-04 President's Championship Cup winners. The Channel Cats defeated the Knoxville Ice Bears in three straight games in the championship series.

For the 2004-05 season, the SEHL suspended play when two of its teams folded while the other two joined with teams from the World Hockey Association 2 to form the Southern Professional Hockey League.

2003-04 teams

See also

2004 SEHL Playoffs

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