With all the leagues there are now, does this help or hurt inline hockey?
The argument can be made for both viewpoints.
It can be seen as good, since there is competition that it forces each league to up the ante to put on the best show.
It can be bad since the talent can become dilluted. If you have all the best players spread out, then fans have to follow more than one league in the same sport and alot of people don't like the hassle. But then the fans who do make it out to games may not see the best possible game they can, and they may say, 'oh these guys aren't that great,' and never come back. Which hurts the sport.
So which is it, more than one pro league, good or bad for the development of inline hockey.