21, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Gennady Timchenko, chairman of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), said in a rare TV interview that he expects new teams from across the globe to join the Russian-based league as it continues to expand its borders outside Russia and boost its status as one of the primary hockey leagues outside of the North American National Hockey League (NHL).
What does ANHL stand for?
ANHL stands for American National Hockey League
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Wilson, though, has vowed to keep focusing on entertaining the Tyneside public and has backed a North American National Hockey League initiative which, if copied in this country, could work against his notoriously physical team.
Hand, who made his debut for Murrayfield Racers as a 13-year-old, was the first British trained player to be drafted into the North American National Hockey League.