Armenian Hockey League

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Armenian Hockey League
Current season, competition or edition:
Sports current event.svg 2017–18 Armenian Hockey League season
Sport Ice hockey
Founder Ice Hockey Federation of Armenia
Inaugural season 2000–01
CountryFlag of Armenia.svg  Armenia
Most recent
Ararat Yerevan (4)
Most titles Urartu Yerevan (8)

The Armenian Hockey League is the top league for ice hockey in Armenia.



The first season of the league was the 2000-2001 season.

Champions [ dead link ]

See also

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