The English Premier Ice Hockey League (EPIHL) is a developmental ice hockey league of 10 teams, all of which are based in England. Headquartered in Blackpool, the EPIHL is secondary professional ice hockey league in Great Britain (after the Elite Ice Hockey League).
The league was founded in 1997, where it initially served as the effective 3rd tier of the game, offering a level of play above the import free English leagues, but below the 8 import British National League (BNL). Since 2005, when the BNL disbanded, the EPIHL has functioned as the second tier; in fact, many previous BNL teams now play in the EPIHL.
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