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Northeast Division (PIHA)

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Northeast Division (PIHA)

The PIHA's Northeast Division was formed in 2007 as part of the Eastern Conference in a league realignment.

Current lineup

No teams in this division.

Division lineups

2007

  • Boston Roller Rats
  • Connecticut Blaze
  • Hartford Fire Ants
  • Massachusetts Bombers
  • New Jersey Grizzlies
  • New Jersey Minutemen
  • Philadelphia Growl

Changes from the 2006 season

  • The Northeast Division is formed as a result of PIHA realignment.
  • The New Jersey Minutemen (formerly Morristown Minutemen), and Philadelphia Growl come from the Eastern Conference.
  • The Boston Roller Rats, Connecticut Blaze, Hartford Fire Ants, Massachusetts Bombers, and New Jersey Grizzlies were added as expansion teams.

2008

  • Boston Swamp Rats
  • Connecticut Blaze
  • Hartford Fire Ants
  • Massachusetts Bombers
  • New Jersey Grizzlies
  • New Jersey Minutemen

Changes from the 2007 season

  • The Boston Roller Rats change their name to Boston Swamp Rats.
  • The Philadelphia Growl move to the new Atlantic Division.

Division Champions

Founders Cup Winners produced

  1. 2007 - Boston Roller Rats

See also

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