Est. December 1999.     Season 23 simmed by Chris Timmermans (Kipher) using the V2 of the STHS simulator.
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Current Teams
Los Angeles
Calahoo(San Diego)
New Jersey
Charing Cross (Playa)
Rhode Island
New Orleans
Brooks (Crystal Lake)

Florida(Deer Lake)
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New Orleans

GOHL 23 currently underway! July 2012

Message board has up-to-the second trades and news. Check it often!

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      The GOHL Rocks!!!

Click here for the league files to create your lineup

Here is the link below to download the GM client.  STHS GM client  (Using Version 2)

 GOHL 23 roster limits are:  (detailed rules posted in message board)
Click Playoff Madness logo for GOHL 22 Playoffs Completed May 22 2012!


                     Playoff files for lineup

July 8,2012

Drumheller 5th city in 5 seasons
The Drumheller Miners will be the 5th city in 5 seasons for the franchise. The team
has changed hands after every season so far., from South Buxton to Quebec to Playa
Del Carmen to Charing Cross.

As well the Calahoo Warriros (better known as the San Diego Hawks) are moving
to New York City. The GOHL has never really had a big time presence in NYC..

Calahoo to New York Rockets. (New Haven Hornets farm)
Charing Cross to Drumheller Miners. (Shyze-City Avengers farm)

Jan.16 2012

Screaming Beavers will have fun on Fridays
Another day, another change in the GOHL. Acting sim Kipher promised changes and
he delivered in moving 4 GOHL teams, and a 5th GM resigned for personal issues.
The latest is the Playa Del Carmen Tequilas and long time GM Mike M. who let us know he was not moving forward with us in the GOHL for the time being. Please keep in touch Mike and wishing all the best to you. Around 2002-2006 or so many long night AOL chat sessions were had. Fun times.

To league business, a franchise that will play in it's 4th city in 4 seasons since it was created in GOHL 19 will now play in Charing Cross as the Screaming Beavers as fantasy hockey veteran Rob Camaert takes over duties. The team started as South Buxton, to Quebec, then Playa Del Carmen.
The farm team will be called the Thorold Friday Night Whores. A name that rivals our old Come-By-Chance Seamen (GOHL 10 & 11).

To help with the confusion, be low are the current team changes;

Crystal Lake Killers to Brooks Bandits.
Montreal Hitmen to Pittsburgh Prowlers.
Deer Lake Gulls to Florida Gators.
San Diego Hawks to  Calahoo Warriors
Playa Del Carmen Tequilas to Charing Cross Screaming Beavers
Moncton to Long Island

Keep up to date by visiting the Message board regularly!


February 18/09              Your GOHL           starts friday!

One of the oldest and most established fantasy hockey leagues returns this Friday Feb.20th.. yes GOHL 18 is here. We are now legally able to drink in some provinces and states, and we can vote. We have been playing now for 10 years.
We still have many original GM's, but the past few seasons we have seen new people come on board. The advantage you have here is history. Your GOHL 18 Cup is more
valuable than the hundreds of fantasy leagues that come and go. Just look at FHL
listing for new leagues posted just 1-2 months ago, click the links and those leagues are already dead.

The GOHL has had some highs and lows like any other FHL league. The early years saw trade deadlines that lasted to 3 and 4 am in the morning. The GOHL 7 March 2003 trade deadline gave us 34 trades in that day alone, with 104 players getting dealt (not counting all the draft picks). That's 1 in 6 of the total GOHL players being dealt... in one day. We had a first round pick being dealt to the Montreal Hitmen in December 2000, only to have Mario Lemieux come out of retirement 2 days after that deal. Needless to say the Hitmen were able to draft the Hall Of Famer with that first pick.

We had the "goon" years after GOHL 4 ended, as a couple of teams decided to crack skulls for a few years. A man named Frainer became a legend here. The Dublin Doom had 5427 PIM as a team in GOHL 5. That's around 60 minutes a game average!
In 2002, we participated in the GOHL Olympics Challenge, where Canada and Russia played a quick 40 game sched in the league.
In GOHL 11, we played our first and only All-Star game, hosted by the Jamaica Pot Smokers, that also featured an All-Star competition.
GOHL 12 became a "Retro" season, as many players went on strike. GM's chose to either keep their current GOHL team or select one from the early 90's NHL. Victoria won with a roster that had many of the 90-91 Edmonton Oilers.

The FHL sim was used from GOHL 1 to 15. Commish Gour,
while still liking to sim actual games, got tired of adjusting rosters in every off-season. (ie checking each player for retirements etc). Doctor's called it 'sim burnout'.
Instead of a usual September season for GOHL 16, it began later
in January with a new commish (Robert) to sim the games and a new simulator, the STHS. This gave the GOHL the shootout among new options available.

Over the course of the years one thing remained constant, The GOHL Rocks!!! became
a cry heard regularly and one that should come back even more. Many female fans would
also send in their pics saying 'the commish is a hunk' and such.


The future of the GOHL was and will be succesfull as long as the GM's that are onboard make it that way. Participation is the key. If no longer interested then please step down for someone else. If interested then participate. Just using the message board shows that you are around for example.

One day we may have a new online simulator, where GM's could just click on the site and run their team (no commish work!). The search continues.



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GOHL 21 Playoffs

GOHL Stanley Cup
GOHL 22: Toronto Wizards
GOHL 21: Moncton Wildcats
GOHL 20: New Orleans VooDoo
GOHL 19: Montreal Hitmen
GOHL 18: New Hampshire Fisher Cats
GOHL 17: New Hampshire Fisher Cats
GOHL 16: London Knights
GOHL 15: Toronto Wizards
GOHL 14: Quebec Remparts
GOHL 13: London Knights
GOHL 12: Victoria Wolverines
GOHL 11: Toronto Wizards
GOHL 10: Windsor Mooseheads
GOHL 9:  London Knights
GOHL 8:  Toronto Wizards
GOHL 7:  Los Angeles Scorpions
GOHL 6:  San Diego Hawks
GOHL 5:  Montreal Hitmen
GOHL 4:  Toronto Wizards
GOHL 3:  Bensalem Bullets
GOHL 2:  London Knights
GOHL 1:  London Knights
Calder Cup
GOHL 22: Huntsville Wildcats (Lon)
GOHL 21: Snowville Rebel Troopers (Dub)
GOHL 20: Norwich Nemesis (Otv)
GOHL 19: Lonnyville Bohonos (Vic)
GOHL 18: Huntsville Wildcats (Lon)
GOHL 17: Montreal Hitmen
GOHL 15: Lonnyville Bohonos (Vic)
GOHL 14: London Knights
GOHL 13: Plantagenet Panthers (LA)
GOHL 11: London Knights
GOHL 10: OK Falls Bighorns (Oli)
GOHL 9: Austin Ice Bats (Pen)
GOHL 8: Austin Ice Bats (Pen)
GOHL 7: Woodstock Merchants