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This is a list of teams that once played in the National Hockey League but no longer exist. This includes franchises which have relocated to different cities. The years of operation only reflect the time in which that team was in the NHL; it does not take into account any time in which the franchise operated in another league (such as the World Hockey Association or the National Hockey Association).

Defunct teams before the Original Six Era

Team Seasons Relocated to
Montreal Wanderers 1917–1918
Ottawa Senators
1917–1934 St. Louis Eagles
Quebec Bulldogs 1919–1920 Hamilton Tigers
Hamilton Tigers 1920–1925
Montreal Maroons 1924–1938
New York Americans 1925–1942
Pittsburgh Pirates 1925–1930 Philadelphia Quakers
Philadelphia Quakers 1930–1931
St. Louis Eagles 1934–1935


The New York Americans, in their final season were renamed the "Brooklyn Americans," in order to try and attract fans from Brooklyn. They continued to play in Madison Square Gardenmarker due to lack of a good sized playing facility in Brooklyn.

Relocated teams after 1967 expansion

Team Seasons Became
California Golden Seals 1967–1976 Cleveland Barons
Kansas City Scouts 1974–1976 Colorado Rockies
Cleveland Barons 1976–1978 merged with Minnesota North Stars
Atlanta Flames 1972–1980 Calgary Flames
Colorado Rockies 1976–1982 New Jersey Devils
Minnesota North Stars 1967–1993 Dallas Stars
Quebec Nordiques 1979–1995 Colorado Avalanche
Winnipeg Jets 1979–1996 Phoenix Coyotes
Hartford Whalers 1979–1997 Carolina Hurricanes


Map of Defunct Teams

Locations of defunct or relocated NHL teams



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