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- See Metropolitan Boston Amateur Hockey Association
- See Montreal Banking Hockey League
- See Metropolitan Boston Senior Hockey League
- Seen on some player statistics analysis charts - Multiple Goal
Games. The number of times the player has scored more than one goal in
- MGU Moscow
- Moscow, Russia. MGU = Moscow State University. Played in the Russian
First League 1999-2000.
Home ice :
Team colours :
(Mezhnatsionalnaya Hockeynaya Liga)
The Mezhnatsionalnaya Hockeynaya Liga (Interstate Hockey League) was established in the
CIS in 1992 instead of USSR championships. The champions were presented with the MHL
Cup. It was effectively replaced in 1996 by the RHL (Russian
- See Manitoba Senior Hockey
- MHL Cup
The trophy presented to the winners of the MHL (Interstate Hockey League).
- See Maritime Junior A Hockey League
- See Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Moose Jaw Junior Hockey League
- MK Ice
- The company that operated ice hockey at the Milton Keynes Bladerunner Arena from 1995-96.
- See Maritime Major Hockey League
- See Metropolitan Montreal Junior Hockey League
- See Montreal Mount Royal Hockey League
- See Moncton National Defense Hockey League
- See Michigan National Hockey League
- See Manitoba Professional Hockey League
- See Maritime
Professional Hockey League
- See Montreal Radio-Telegraph Hockey League
- MSA Arena
- Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada.
Home ice for : Abbotsford Flyers
Capacity : 3,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
- See Maritime Senior Hockey League
- See Manitoba-Thunder Bay Hockey League
- See Metro Toronto Hockey League
- See Metro Toronto Junior Hockey League
- MTK Budapest (Magyar Testgyakorlók
- Budapest, Hungary. Founded in 1888. Started playing ice hockey in 1946. Best
players : István Hircsák, András Gergely.
Home ice : Városliget Ice Rink
Team colours :
Honours : Won the Hungarian
Championship in 1947, 1948 & 1949.
- See Metro Valley Junior Hockey League
- Initials that stand for Most Valuable Player.
- MVP.com [web site]
- Hockey merchandise site co-owned by Wayne
- "MVP - Most Valuable Primate"
- A film comedy, made in 2000, about an ice hockey team that has a chimpanzee
as its star palyer. Directed by Robert Vince. Stars - Russell Ferrier, Lomax Study, Kevin Zegers, Jamie Renée Smith, Alexa Benette Fox, Jane Sowerby, Ingrid Tesch.
- See Mid-West Junior Hockey League