|Eastern Hockey League|
|First season 1955-1956|
|Country Apollo Union|
|Number of teams 28|
|Headquarters New York, Apollo Union|
|Domestic cup(s) Dixon Cup|
|Most recent champions Tampa Bay Lightning (3rd title)|
|Most championships Montreal Canadiens (25 titles)|
|Top goal scorer(s) David Pastrnak|
|TV partner(s) ANB|
The Eastern Hockey League is the national hockey league of the Apollo Union. Every season, the top 4 teams of the East and South, 6 of the North and, 2 of the Appalachian conferences, advance to the playoffs. There are four rounds of the playoffs; the Quarterfinals, the Semifinals, the Conference Finals, and the Dixon Cup Finals. The winner of the Dixon Cup Finals wins the Dixon Cup, the greatest prize in Apollo Union. As of 2020, the latest winner of the Dixon Cup is Tampa Bay Lightning, who won it against the Montreal Canadiens. As of 2020, the team who won the most Dixon Cups is the Montreal Canadiens, who have won 14 Dixon Cups since the league was founded in 1955.
The best players in the league get to play in the Eastern Hockey League All-Star Game. The All-Star Game is held annually in the venue of the Dixon Cup winner.
The Eastern Hockey League has its headquarters in New York.
The EHL has twenty-eight teams. Eight in the North, Seven in the East and South, and six in the Appalachians.
|Round of 16||Quarterfinals||Semifinals||Dixon Cup Finals|
|Appalachia & North|
- Indicates that this team placed first in the league's regular season.