Lake League East
|No. of teams||5|
|Most recent LL East champion||Rimouski Fighting Moose (1st title)|
|Most LL East titles||Montreal Metros (12)|
|Bull Cup Championships||8 (1 as wild card)|
The Lake League East is one of four divisions within the Bull League (the American Eagle League and the Lake League each have an East and a West division). The division was formally established in 1991 with the establishment of the Lake League, along with the LL West division. Before that time, the Lake League was known as the Central League and was also divided into an east and west division.
The LL East consists of five teams, three Canadian teams and two U.S. teams. Only two of the teams are located on or near one of the Great Lakes (for which the Lake League derives its name). The other teams are situated on the eastern U.S. seaboard on in eastern Canada.
At the end of the regular Bull League season, the LL East team with the best win-loss record is named the division title winner, and earns one of the four playoff spots in the LL Elimination Round.
- Boston Brawlers — Founding member
- Montreal Metros — Founding member
- New York Dragons — Joined in 2012 from LL West
- Rimouski Fighting Moose — Joined in 2017 from LL West (formerly Hamilton Crusaders)
- Toronto Nomads — Joined in 2018 from LL West
- Chicoutimi Cinquantes — Was a Founding member (as Brooklyn Tigers), and folded in 2017 with all players and staff moving to the newly formed Detroit Motorheads in the LL West division
- Kingston Cannons — Was in the division from 1995 to 2017, before moving to Miami and becoming the Miami Storm for the 2018 season, and realigning into the American Eagle League East division.
- Boston Britons — Remained in division and renamed Boston Brawlers
- Brooklyn Tigers — Remained in division, moved to Chicoutimi in 1992 and renamed Cinquantes
- Chicago Knights — Moved in 1991 to AEL, then later moved to LL West in 2012
- New York Fastballs — Remained in division and renamed New York Minutemen after several moves and name changes
- Toronto Ducks — Moved to LL West in 1991
Division Champions by Year
Division Titles by Team
The Montreal Metros have the most division titles of any Lake League teams, with 11. The New York Dragons have only been in the LL East since 2012, and the Rimouski Fighting Moose (formerly the Hamilton Crusaders) were moved into the division in 2017.
Italics indicates team has left division or folded.
|12||Montreal Metros||1995, 2002, 2006—2011, 2013—2014, 2016—2017|
|8||Chicoutimi Cinquantes||1992—1993, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003—2005|
|5|| Miami Storm
(Kingston Battlements, Kingston Cannons)
|1996, 1998, 2000, 2012, 2015|
|1||Rimouski Fighting Moose||2018|
|0||New York Minutemen||—|