The 1923–24 WCHL season was the third season for the now defunct Western Canada Hockey League. Four teams played 30 games each.
Regular season[edit | edit source]
Final standings[edit | edit source]
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
|Western Canada Hockey League||GP||W||L||T||Pts||GF||GA|
The teams played a partial interlocking schedule with the Pacific Coast Hockey Association.
Regular Season Attendance[edit | edit source]
- Edmonton: 54,077
- Calgary: 49,634
- Saskatoon: 43,356
Playoff Final[edit | edit source]
2 games total goals
- March 5 Calgary 2 @ Regina 2
- March 7 Regina 0 @ Calgary 2
Before the advent of widespread radio broadcasting, innovative ways were used to provide play-by-play of out-of-town games. In this ad a Regina movie theatre offered a running commentary on the final game in Calgary. A movie was also offered - a silent one, of course.
Stanley Cup playoffs[edit | edit source]
The Calgary Tigers won the WCHL championship and advanced directly to the Stanley Cup finals, where they would face the National Hockey League champion Montreal Canadiens. Montreal had previously defeated the Pacific Coast Hockey Association champions, the Vancouver Maroons. Montreal then defeated Calgary 2 games to 0 in the best of 3 series to win the Stanley Cup.
|March 22||Calgary Tigers||1||Montreal Canadiens||6|
|March 25||Calgary Tigers||0||Montreal Canadiens||3||in Ottawa|
Team Photos[edit | edit source]
Calgary Tigers photo courtesy Glenbow Archives. Original photo  here.
Game Ads[edit | edit source]
Season Tickets[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
1922–23 WCHL season
1924-25 WCHL season