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On July 13, 2006, the National Women's Hockey League announced it would absorb the WWHL's teams into its new West division. However, scheduling conflicts between the 2007 Women's World Championships and the WWHL championship game saw the Merger collapse.
However, the WWHL was never folded properly, or at all. The WWHL Executive committee promptly accepted the resignations of the owners of the Strathmore Rockies and Edmonton Chimos at their AGM meeting in Minneapolis MN on August 19, 2011. The former president of the WWHL also stepped down at that time. New board members were elected and the league began a series of monthly board meetings to develop their 2011-12 season and their strategic plan as sanctioned by Hockey Alberta. The Minnesota Whitecaps and the Manitoba Maple Leafs continue to be active teams and are playing a number of exhibition games as the league expands to include several new teams.
Stopped its activities at the height of the season 2008-2009. After the difficult season of rebuilding in 2007-2008 the new owners of the team were not capable of correcting the financial situation of the team.5