The LNAH is a hockey league in Canada where fighting is the number one skill. The fighters all have their own theme song that is played whenever they fight at home. Some NHLers have played here such as Donald Brashear, Garrett Burnett, Link Gaetz, Sylvain Blouin, Patrick Cote, and Jeremy Stevenson. Some of the top fighters now are Steve Bosse, Jacques Dube and Jon "Nasty" Mirasty. Top AHL enforcers Brandon Sugden and Sean McMorrow also decided to go to the LNAH this season. The league is made up of 8 teams. The Saint-Jean Chiefs won the 2006-2007 championship.