Professional (Europe and Asia)
This is currently Under Construction but will list all the Professional Hockey Leagues in Europe and Asia with links to their websites.
Eurohockey.com is a great site for looking into all the European Leagues.
- Kontinental Hockey League – (Belarus, Croatia, Finland, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine)
- Supreme Hockey League (also known as VHL -Vysshava Liga or HigherHockey League) – (Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus)
- Russian Hockey League (Russia 3)
- German Ice Hockey League (DEL) (1994-)
- Ice hockey Bundesliga (1958–1994, replaced by DEL)
- DEL2 (2013-)
- 2nd Bundesliga (ice hockey) (1973-2013, replaced by DEL2)
- Oberliga (Ice Hockey) (1948-)
- Bavarian ice hockey leagues (1976-)
- Eredivisie / Premier League – multinational league with teams in the Netherlands and Belgium.
- Eerste Divisie
- Slovak Extraliga (1993–present after dissolution of Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League (1931–1993))
- Slovak 1.Liga (12 teams, first 8 participate in play-offs and the winner plays with the worst team from Extraliga, last four teams participate in a play-out and 4th team after play-out plays a relegation game with the best team in 2.Liga)
- Slovak 2.Liga
- Swedish Hockey League (New name for the top league in 2013. The national championship has been played since 1922 in other forms. 14 teams)
- HockeyAllsvenskan (The Swedish second league. The four best teams compete in the end of the season with the two worst placed team in SHL. 14 teams.)
- Hockeyettan (Divided into 4 regions: North, East, West, and South. The four best teams in each region make 2 new series called Allettan at the conclusion of the regions. The two Allettan winners, and the two teams that survive a three-round playoff, compete with the last two teams in HockeyAllsvenskan for their spots in the higher league. 47 teams at present.)
- Division 2 (Divided into 11 regions.)
- Division 3 (Divided into 13 regions.)
- Division 4 (Divided into 6 regions. In Stockholm called the “Swedish Iron League”. The league does not cover all of Sweden.)