Federal Hockey League

Welcome to the home of the Federal Hockey League, an internet hockey league established in 1997. The league currently uses the Action! PC Hockey Game by Dave Koch Sports

2020 Action PC Hockey

The Chicago Franchise is relocating to Gatineau!

The Wicker Park Franchise is relocating to Serenity Valley.

Gatineau Timbermen

The Gatineau Timbermen will be lead by Dan Payne and the franchise moves to Ville de Gatineau, Quebec

Del Peterson takes over the Wicker Park franchise and will be relocating the team to Serenity Valley.

2020 FHL Supplemental Draft - Round One

2020 FHL Supplemental Draft - Round Two

1 Music City Marauders     Carl Hagelin
2 Traverse City Beavers    Mark Giordano
3 Detroit Vipers                Nicolas Aube-Kubel
4 Long Island Potatoes    Dillon Dube
5 Wicker Park Pylons        Marco Scandella
6 Trenton Titans               Alex Galchenyuk
7 McAllen Martins            Jonathan Bernier
8 Bracknell Blades           Cody Ceci
9 Marquette Sentinels      Dylan DeMelo
10 Sun Valley Stars           Blake Lizotte
11 Manitoba Moose          Brandon Sutter
12 Cape Fear Fire Antz      Nick Bjugstad
13 Gatineau Timbermen   Austin Wagner
14 Omemee Outcasts       Logan Brown
15 Kelowna Buckaroos     Kristian Vesalainen
16 Nunavut Nanuks         Jack Campbell
17 Norfolk Pirates           Madison Bowey
18 Montreal Canadiens   Nicholas Merkley
19 Telkwa Warriors         Martin Jones
20 Muskegon Ice Muskies Nick Paul
21 Florida Breakers          Michael Frolik
22 Surrey Eagles              David Kampf

1 Music City Marauders   Joe Thornton
2 Traverse City Beavers   Libor Hajek
3 Detroit Vipers              Kevin Stenlund
4 Long Island Potatoes   Lias Andersson
5 Wicker Park Pylons      Matt Luff
6 Trenton Titans             Josh Archibald
7 McAllen Martins          Deryk Engelland
8 Bracknell Blades          Bryan Little
9 Sun Valley Stars           Connor Clifton
10 Marquette Sentinels   Henrik Lundqvist
11 Manitoba Moose         Nick Holden
12 Cape Fear Fire Antz     Matt Benning
13 Gatineau Timbermen   Eric Robinson
14 Omemee Outcasts       Dustin Byfuglien
15 Kelowna Buckaroos     Michael Raffl
16 Nunavut Nanuks          Rudolfs Balcers
17 Norfolk Pirates             Milan Lucic
18 Montreal Canadiens     Noah Juulsen
19 Telkwa Warriors           Colin Miller
20 Muskegon Ice Muskies  Jason Demers
21 Florida Breakers          Mark Jankowski
22 Surrey Eagles              Jordan Oesterle

Surrey are 2019-20 Champs

Kopitar Break(er)s the Hearts of the Florida Fans 3 times, Eagles Soar to FHL Cup #2!

The Surrey Eagles came back from a 3 games to 1 deficit to the high-powered Florida Breakers to win game #7 and claim their second FHL Cup! Eagle center Anze Kopitar scored the GWG in each of the last three games of the series. And Surrey goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury stoned the high octane Breaker offense giving up just one goal in the last three games Surrey comes to town for the final game of the season. The Breakers are looking to end the goose egg streak that has plagued them the last two games and is trying not to blow the series. Eagles start off fast and three minutes in, Kopitar puts the visitors up with his 7th of the playoffs. The Breakers finally start getting the puck out of their own zone and the hex is broken at 12:18 with McNabb getting his 1st and we are tied after 1. Second period is a lot of even back and forth with neither team gaining too big an advantage. Florida has two PPs but Fleury is equal to the task and we end the second the same way it started. Third period starts out slow but then the Breaker-killer Kopitar puts his second of the game away four minutes in and the home crowd is panicking. The Breakers apply some pressure but the Eagles get all the odd man rushes and it is Vasilevskiy's turn to stand tall. T. Wilson gives the Eagles their first PP at 16:49 of the third. The Eagles fire away but still cannot get the clinching goal. With a minute remaining, the Breakers pull Vasilevskiy to try to tie the game. But the magical season totally loses its steam with David Backes potting the EN goal at 19:38. The stunned crowd watches the clock wind down and the Eagles win the game 3-1 and take the championship back to Surrey.