The founder of the Canadian International Hockey League says the league is not folding. And Tim Clayden has relayed that message to Hockey Canada and other groups including the NOJHL and NOHA. Rumours that the league would fold were fueled by four teams from Southern Ontario that face financial issues. Two of those teams were to play the Espanola Rivermen this past weekend, but the games were cancelled. Clayden says the four teams are re-thinking their future within the league. On the positive side, Clayden says two teams from Michigan have joined his league.