You'd have to have a very good memory to recall the World Roller Hockey League. It lasted just two months but it will always be a part of the Disney-MGM Studios history.
The game is similar to ice hockey but tried to capitalize on the popularity of inline skates. The league was created by promoter David McLane and played inside the Disney-MGM Studios as part of a partnership between Disney and ESPN. The games were played with a ball instead of a hockey puck and were held on an outdoor rink on a SportCourt surface. Games were taped and later broadcast on ESPN.
The league had 8 teams