LNAH

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LNAHLigue Nord Américaine de Hockey (French: North American Hockey League)
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Besides the Quebec-based LNAH, Mirasty also had minor pro stints with the East Coast Hockey League's Bakersfield Condors and Greenville Grrrowl and the Danbury Trashers of the United Hockey League (which has since been renamed the International Hockey League).
Another original Shark, Ashton Rome, has gone to play in Germany, and in six games already has 53 penalty minutes to lead his team, the Metro Stars in Dusseldorf; Mathieu Curadeau and Alex Bourret, both briefly with the Sharks, are playing for the Cornwall Riverkings of the LNAH (French abbreviation for North American Hockey League).
Veteran Denis Hamel, who a year ago at this time was playing in the LNAH (French for North American Hockey League) in Quebec before signing with Adirondack, is again with the Phantoms and is off to his best start in years.
Curadeau played in the Quebec Junior League for four seasons, then was at the University of Ottawa last year and also played four games for Quebec City in the LNAH - the old Quebec Senior League.