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Distances between SPHL arenas

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Here are the one-way distances between all SPHL arenas for 2017-18.

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Chart updated for 2017-18.
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Of course, we won't have a REAL hockey league until we start seeing entries like this in the arena-to-arena mileage chart ...

 

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The NHL isn't a "REAL hockey league"?

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The NHL isn't a "REAL hockey league"?

That would be the ECHL.  And I'm just kidding.  Or bitter.  You choose.

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That would be the ECHL.

I know.

 

Say, the Aces are in Southern Alaska. 

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On 5/7/2016 at 11:37 AM, MacGuy said:

Two new teams next season means shorter travel distances for some teams and the potential of more road trips for their fans.

 

Here are the distances between all the arenas in the SPHL for 2016-17.

 

2016-17%20SPHL%20Mileages.png

Im just taking a guess here.......are these miles one-way or round trip?

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34 minutes ago, 10Antz18Life33 said:

Im just taking a guess here.......are these miles one-way or round trip?

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Now gotta update it again deleting Columbus and adding Birmingham.

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Yep. Was just waiting for the dust to settle.

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I was fixin' to have you resurrect the Bloomington travel data, Mac, after it seemed a lock that the USHL's Thunder would be moving to Wisconsin this summer.  But I checked their website this a.m., and found last week's announcement that the owners are all in for at least another season of Tier I junior hockey in Central Illinois.  So I guess Peoria will have to save up more gas money for the bus in 2017-18.

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Original post updated.

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