This was the 1946-47 season of the Pacific Coast Hockey League. It was the third season of the league.
On February 4, 1947, a train carrying the San Francisco Shamrocks home from a game in Fresno crashed into a tanker truck. Four people were killed and more than 90 others were injured. Five members of the Shamrocks were injured and were out for the rest of the season.
Each of the other five teams in the Southern Division contributed a player to the Shamrocks as compensation.
Portland Eagles 60-39-21-0-78 281-216 Seattle Ironmen 60-34-25-1-69 263-195 Vancouver Canucks 60-30-29-1-61 267-287 New Westminster Royals 60-29-29-2-60 257-270 Tacoma Rockets 60-16-42-2-34 223-324
Hollywood Wolves 60-43-16-1-87 238-138 Los Angeles Monarchs 60-36-24-0-72 308-260 San Diego Skyhawks 60-33-26-1-67 194-160 Fresno Falcons 60-26-33-1-53 236-252 Oakland Oaks 60-22-38-0-44 253-306 San Francisco Shamrocks 60-17-42-1-35 217-329
Best of 5
- Portland Eagles beat Vancouver Canucks 3 wins to 1. (34, 6-5, 4-3, 4-3)
- Seattle Ironmen beat New Westminster Royals 3 wins to 1. (4-5, 4-1, 2-0, 3-1)
Best of 3
- Hollywood Wolves beat San Diego Skyhawks 2 wins to none. (3-0, 3-2)
- Los Angeles Monarchs beat Fresno Falcons 2 wins to none. (6-4, 6-2)
Best of 5
Best of 7
- Goaltender: Jerry Foley, Portland Eagles
- Defenceman: Willie Schmidt, New Westminster Royals
- Defenceman: Jock Smith, Vancouver Canucks
- Center: Bill Kyle, Portland Eagles
- Left Winger: Jim Planche, Portland Eagles
- Right Winger: Eddie Dartnell, Seattle Ironmen