The Western Conference was one of two conferences in Roller Hockey International (RHI) used to divide teams. Its counterpart was the Eastern Conference.

It was created in 1994 when RHI doubled in size after its first series of expansion and realigned its teams into two conferences and four divisions.


Prior to the 1994 realignment, Roller Hockey International divided its teams into only three divisions and no conferences. From 1994 through 1996, the Western Conference comprised teams divided into two divisions: Northwest Division and Pacific Division. Starting in 1997 the conferences had no divisions.


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