©2009 Major League Roller Hockey
PO Box 25621
Alexandria, VA 22313 

Phone: (703) 535-5996 
EMail: bill@mlrh.com 
Email: Doug@mlrh.com

1998-2004
2008-Present
Anaheim Bullfrogs goalie 
Rob Laurie circa 1999

Bullies THREEPEAT!
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Vuorelan Veikot (Finland)
are the current MLRH
defending Champions
MLRH  World Champions
1999 
Anaheim Bullfrogs
2000
Rocky Mt. Wolverines
2001
Colorado Crush
2002
Williamsburg Warriors
2003
Marple Gladiators
2004
Marple Gladiators
2005
New York Rockers
2006
Boston Storm
2007
IHC Tunechoddy (CZ)
2008 
Dynamo Pardubice (CZ)
2009
Buffalo Wings
2010
Detroit Revolution
2011
Mission Axiom 
2012
Mission Axiom
2013
 Breakaway Bullies
2014
 Veikot (Finland)
Major League Roller Hockey (MLRH) is a professional roller hockey league with affiliated teams in North America and Europe. It is the only professional full Contact roller hockey league in the world. The league is headquartered in Cornwall, England with offices in Orange County, CA and Mannheim, Germany.

The league was founded in 1998 in Alexandria, Virginia with fourteen teams based in the United States and six located in the United Kingdom. Through a series of expansions, contractions and relocations, the league will now  be composed of 15 teams based in the United States. After it's initial season of "professional" status, MLRH served as a semi-pro roller hockey league in the United States.

HISTORY
Major League Roller Hockey was founded in 1998 in Alexandria, Virginia by entrepreneur Bill Raue. While MLRH operated successfully in it's inaugural years (attacting as many as 10,000 fans at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim for it's championship), the league fell victim to the demise of a rival league and was brought down as professional roller hockey flamed out in 1999.

"There were so many bad feeling when RHI folded with $40 million in losses that it was virtually impossible to play at the professional level," said Raue.

MLRH operated throughout the Midwest and Eastern seaboard playing with primarily amateur players. "It was a good way to keep our name in front of the public," said Raue. "We had a lot of fun but, realistically, we were not going to get back to the glory days depending on some of the guys that drifted through the league."  At that time, Raue returned to an active roll in league management.
A RETURN TO PRO STATUS
Raue, now the full-time CEO of MLRH and Commissioner Doug Jones have been instrumental in building the league that now operates a coast to coast Pro Division as well as non-check leagues.  In 2009, MLRH introduced it's "made for TV" CO-ED full-contact SLAMM Hockey league and, new for 2010,  a broadband TV Roller Hockey Network.


1998-2006
2007-Present
In 2011, MLRH introduced
Roller Hockey TV that is
currently attracting over 800,000 viewers per year.
In 2012, MLRH
added MLRH Europe
with over 75
affiliated teams
MLRH SUPER LEAGUE
In 2013, MLRH returned to full pro status with the introduction of the Super League.  Super League teams play "home and home" 14-game schedules
May through August and franchise operate like all professional sports leagues with a "fan based" league committed to developing pro roller hockey as a spectator sport.
MLRH EUROPE
Since 2009, MLRH has held events in Europe, however in 20-12, the league ceeated an MLRH Europe Division that now numbers 75 affiliated teams.  
Bob Sullivan, a former NHL player with the Hartford Whalers in the President 
of MLRH Europe.
In 2013, MLRH introduced
the Super League, a fan based league playing
home and home schedules
committed to building roller hockey as a spectator sport.
Rob Laurie, Anaheim Bullfrogs
goalie, circa 1998
The Mission Axiom team who won
three MLRH Pro Tour titles 2011-13
Vuorlean Veikot  (Green)
edged the Koovee Rollers 
in an all-Finn final for 
the 2014 Pro Tour title.
MLRH THROUGH
THE YEARS...