The WSHL had a couple mid season folds this season, and now the USPHL has ate a large chunk of it's teams. United States Premier Hockey League Adds Eight New West Coast Member Organizations The WSHL is now left with teams in: El Paso Rhinos, Dallas Snipers, OKC Blazers, Wichita Jr. Thunder, Ogden Mustangs (Utah), Seattle Totems , Bellingham Blazers (WA), Valencia Flyers (CA) and it's Canadian Division of the Edson Aeros, Cold Lake Hornets, Barhead Bombers, and Hilton Timberwolves. This is a disastrous development for the WSHL losing such a large chunk of it's footprint that could spell it's end. I could definitely see the remaining teams folding or leaving as well. For example Valencia is now on an island, I could see El Paso going to the NAHL if they would want to and if the league would accept them (other than having a 9 team South division) I think they would as the Rhinos are very successful in terms of level of play and attendance. Ogden is on an island as well now and not within the current NAHL footprint as El Paso is, but are also one of the more successful teams in terms of attendance, so they are left in a bad spot with this development.