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==Teams==
 
==Teams==
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*[[Cape Cod Buccaneers]]
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: [[Atlantic Coast Hockey League]] (1981-1982) folded January 1982
 
*[[Cape Cod Cubs]]
 
*[[Cape Cod Cubs]]
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: [[Eastern Hockey League ]](1972-1973) join [[North American Hockey League (1973-1977)|North American Hockey League]]
*[[Cape Cod Freedoms]]
 
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: [[North American Hockey League (1973-1977)|North American Hockey League]] (1973-1974) renamed Cape Codders
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*[[Cape Cod Freedoms]] (also known as New Hampshire/Cape Cod Freedoms) split games between Concord, NH, Manchester, NH and South Yarmouth
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* Cape Codders
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: [[North American Hockey League (1973-1977)|North American Hockey League]] (1974-1976) folded
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: [http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/nehl19791979.html North Eastern Hockey League] (1978-1979) folded
   
 
==Arenas==
 
==Arenas==
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*[[Cape Cod Coliseum]] Arena closed is the 1980's, building is now a warehouse for the Christmas Tree Shops. Arena for area is now [http://icehockey.wikia.com/wiki/Hyannis_Youth_and_Community_Center Hyannis Youth and Community Center] (HYCC)
*[[Cape Cod Coliseum]]
 
   
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*{{w|South Yarmouth, Massachusetts}} on ''Wikipedia''
 
*{{w|South Yarmouth, Massachusetts}} on ''Wikipedia''
[[Category:American towns]]
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[[Category:Massachusetts towns]]

Latest revision as of 22:36, 17 October 2019

A view of South Yarmouth.

South Yarmouth is a village of about 11,000 people in the Cape Cod area of Massachusetts, United States.

Teams[]

Atlantic Coast Hockey League (1981-1982) folded January 1982
Eastern Hockey League (1972-1973) join North American Hockey League
North American Hockey League (1973-1974) renamed Cape Codders
  • Cape Cod Freedoms (also known as New Hampshire/Cape Cod Freedoms) split games between Concord, NH, Manchester, NH and South Yarmouth
  • Cape Codders
North American Hockey League (1974-1976) folded
North Eastern Hockey League (1978-1979) folded

Arenas[]

External Links[]