The Tropical Hockey League was the first attempt at establishing professional hockey in the southeastern part of the United States.
The league folded after its one and only season, 1938-39. That one season ran from December 10 to April 2.
The Coral Gables Seminoles, Havana Tropicals, Miami Clippers and Miami Beach Pirates were the four teams that made up the league. All teams were based out of the Metropolitan Ice Palace in Miami, Florida, even though one team was representing Havana, Cuba. Coral Gables finished first during the 15 game regular season and won the playoff championship.
|Coral Gables Seminoles||Coral Gables, Florida||Metropolitan Ice Palace||1938-1939||Fold with league|
|Miami Beach Pirates||Miami Beach, Florida||Metropolitan Ice Palace||1938-1939||Fold with league|
|Miami Clippers||Miami, Florida||Metropolitan Ice Palace||1938-1939||Fold with league|
|Havana Tropicals||Havana, Cuba||Metropolitan Ice Palace||1938-1939||Fold with league|
|1||Coral Gables Seminoles||14||12||2||0||85||53||24|
|3||Miami Beach Pirates||15||6||9||0||61||71||10|
|Coral Gables Seminoles||14||12||2||0||85||53||24|
|Miami Beach Pirates||15||6||9||0||61||71||10|
|North American Minor Professional leagues|
|American Hockey League • American Hockey Association • Central Hockey League • Colonial Hockey League • ECHL • Eastern Professional Hockey League • International Hockey League (1945-2001) • International Hockey League (2007-) • Pacific Coast Hockey League (1933-1941) • Quebec Hockey League • South East Hockey League • Southern Hockey League (1995-1996) • Southern Professional Hockey League • Sunshine Hockey League •Tropical Hockey League • West Coast Hockey League • Western Hockey League (minor pro) • Edinburgh Trophy • Eastern Hockey League •|