La Ligue nord-américaine de hockey (LNAH) est une ligue de hockey sur glace fondée en 1996 au Québec.

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  • La Ligue nord-américaine de hockey (LNAH) est une ligue de hockey sur glace fondée en 1996 au Québec.
  • The Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (North American Hockey League) (LNAH) was founded in 2004 and is a low-level professional league based in the Canadian province of Quebec. It was called the Quebec Semi-Pro Hockey League (QSPHL) from 1996 until it turned pro in 2004. It has no connection with the similarly named North American Hockey League, an American junior league for players under twenty. Teams in the LNAH compete for the Futura Cup, which has been awarded annually since 1997.Unlike higher-level professional leagues, such as the American Hockey League or the ECHL, the LNAH is not known for its skill level. Its teams employ many enforcers and has a rather infamous reputation for on-ice antics that mostly include fisticuffs. The LNAH has the unofficial reputation as the world's toughest hockey league; a New York Times article stated that the league averaged 3.2 fights a game during the 2010–11 season, compared with 0.6 fights in the National Hockey League.Despite this reputation, many of the players are ex-NHL or ex-AHL players; Patrick Côté, Michel Picard, Stéphane Richer, Bobby Dollas, Guillaume Lefebvre, Garrett Burnett, Daniel Shank, François Leroux, Jeremy Stevenson, Éric Fichaud, Mario Roberge, David Gosselin, Michel Ouellet, Jesse Bélanger, Donald Brashear and Yves Racine. During the 2004–05 NHL lockout, some NHL players played the entire season in the league, such as Sylvain Blouin, Donald Brashear, Sébastien Caron, Mathieu Biron, Marc-André Bergeron and Sébastien Charpentier. The league has a rule that stipulates that all players must either have come from Quebec, or played junior hockey in Quebec.Another unique aspect, compared to other minor pro leagues of North America, is the absence of a veteran limit rule, which allows teams to stock up on experienced players. The league is slowly trying to clean itself up (for 2005–06, the roster limit went from 20 to 19 players, which for most teams meant one less enforcer), but this is no easy task for a league that has always been popular with the fans for its reputation of being the toughest league in the world.The LNAH Draft is held during the summer, including 15 rounds. Players too old for junior ice hockey may be drafted even if they were already drafted by an NHL team. Drafted players come from many leagues, including the Canadian Hockey League, American Hockey League, lower-level professional leagues, and the Canadian Interuniversity Sport.
  • La Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH) fu fondata nel 2004 ed è una lega professionistica di basso livello con sede in Québec. Discende dalla Quebec Semi-Pro Hockey League, attiva fra il 1996 e il 2004.A differenza di leghe professionistiche di più alto livello come la American Hockey League o l'ECHL, la LNAH è poco famosa per il suo livello. Ha una reputazione non molto buona per le buffonerie che la contraddistinguono e che in genere includono scazzottate.Nonostante tutto però molti dei giocatori sono ex-NHL o ex-AHL: Patrick Côté, Michel Picard, Stephane Richer, Bobby Dollas, Guillaume Lefebvre, Garrett Burnett, Daniel Shank, Francois Leroux, Jeremy Stevenson, Eric Fichaud e Mario Roberge, David Gosselin. Durante il 2004-2005, quando la NHL era sotto lockout, alcuni giocatori NHL passarono tutta la stagione in questa lega; fra questi c'erano Donald Brashear, Sylvain Blouin, Sebastien Caron, Mathieu Biron, Marc-Andre Bergeron e Sebastien Charpentier.Differentemente da tutte le altre leghe professionistiche minori americane non c'è una regola limite per i veterani, il che permette alle squadre di fare provvista di giocatori esperti. La lega sta lentamente cercando di ripulirsi ma questo non è facile per una lega che ha basato il proprio successo proprio sulla durezza.
  • Die Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH) wurde 2004 gegründet und ist eine professionelle Eishockeyliga der kanadischen Provinzen Ontario und Québec. Sie steht in keinerlei Verbindung mit der US-amerikanischen Juniorenliga North American Hockey League (NAHL).
  • Североамериканская хоккейная лига (фр. Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH) — профессиональная североамериканская хоккейная лига среднего уровня. В лиге выступают 7 канадских команд из провинции Квебек.
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  • hockey sur glace
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  • Saison 2013-2014 de la LNAH
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  • La Ligue nord-américaine de hockey (LNAH) est une ligue de hockey sur glace fondée en 1996 au Québec.
  • Die Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH) wurde 2004 gegründet und ist eine professionelle Eishockeyliga der kanadischen Provinzen Ontario und Québec. Sie steht in keinerlei Verbindung mit der US-amerikanischen Juniorenliga North American Hockey League (NAHL).
  • Североамериканская хоккейная лига (фр. Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH) — профессиональная североамериканская хоккейная лига среднего уровня. В лиге выступают 7 канадских команд из провинции Квебек.
  • The Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (North American Hockey League) (LNAH) was founded in 2004 and is a low-level professional league based in the Canadian province of Quebec. It was called the Quebec Semi-Pro Hockey League (QSPHL) from 1996 until it turned pro in 2004. It has no connection with the similarly named North American Hockey League, an American junior league for players under twenty.
  • La Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH) fu fondata nel 2004 ed è una lega professionistica di basso livello con sede in Québec. Discende dalla Quebec Semi-Pro Hockey League, attiva fra il 1996 e il 2004.A differenza di leghe professionistiche di più alto livello come la American Hockey League o l'ECHL, la LNAH è poco famosa per il suo livello.
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  • Североамериканская хоккейная лига
  • Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey
  • Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey
  • Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey
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