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Calgary is a city of Alberta, Canada. It has a population of 1,042,892.

Hockey in Calgary[edit | edit source]

Calgary was the host city of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.

Teams[edit | edit source]

Major League[edit | edit source]

  1. (Western Canada Hockey League, 1921-1925) league renamed Western Hockey League
  2. (Western Hockey League, 1925-1926) join Prairie Hockey League
  3. (Prairie Hockey League, 1926-1927)

Minor League[edit | edit source]

Calgary Stampeders (Western Hockey League, 1952-1963) withdrew, then suspend operations

Major[edit | edit source]

Senior[edit | edit source]

  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1942-1944)
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1946-1949)
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1945-1946)
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1949-1951)
  1. (Southern Alberta Hockey League, 1933-1936) league renamed Alberta Senior Hockey League
  2. (Alberta Senior Hockey League, 1936-1938) merge with Rangers to form Calgary Stampeders
  1. (Alberta Big Four League, 1920-1921) disbanded
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1963-1965)
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1952-1961)
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1963-1964)
  1. (Calgary City League, 1912-1913) join Inter City League
  2. (Inter City League, 1913-1914)
  1. (Inter City League, 1913-1914) join Calgary City League
  2. (Calgary City League, 1914-1915)
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1941-1942)
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1946-1947)
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1941-1943)
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1946-1947)
  1. (Southern Alberta Hockey League, 1933-1936) league renamed Alberta Senior Hockey League
  2. (Alberta Senior Hockey League, 1936-1938) merge with Bronks to form Calgary Stampeders
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1940-1941)
  2. (Alberta Inter-Services League, 1942-1943)
  3. (Alberta Inter-Services League, 1944-45)
  1. (Central Alberta Hockey League, (1910-1911) join Calgary City League
  2. (Calgary City League, 1911-1912)
  1. (Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, 1965-1965) league renamed WCSHL before team plays
  2. (Western Canada Senior Hockey League, 1965-1968)
  1. (Alberta Senior Hockey League, 1938-1941) join Alberta-British Columbia Senior League
  2. (Alberta-British Columbia Senior League, 1941-1942) suspend operations with league due to WWII
  3. (Western Canada Senior Hockey League, 1945-1950) league becomes Major level WCSHL
  4. (Pacific Coast Hockey League,1951-1952) join Minor League Western Hockey League
  5. (Western Canada Senior Hockey League, 1971-1972) fold in January after going bankrupt due to European tour
  6. (Western International Hockey League, 1978-1979) folded January 7, 1979
  1. (Calgary City League, 1911-1912)
  2. Alberta Big Four League, 1920-1921) join Western Canada Hockey League (see Major League section)
  3. (Western Canada Hockey League, 1932-1933) league renamed North West Hockey League
  4. (North West Hockey League, 1933-1934) renamed Calgary Consols
  5. (North West Hockey League, 1935-1936) fold after not being admitted to PCHL
  6. (Alberta Big Six League, 1947-1948) renamed Calgary Fitzpatrick Tigers

Junior[edit | edit source]


Major Junior[edit | edit source]

  1. (Southern Alberta Junior League, 1946-1948) league merges to form WCJHL
  2. Western Canada Junior Hockey League, 1948-1954) folded
  3. (Canadian Major Junior Hockey League, 1966-1967) renamed Centennials
  1. (Canadian Major Junior Hockey League, 1967-1968 league renamed
  2. (Western Canada Hockey League, 1968-1977) become Billings Bighorns
  1. (Western Canada Hockey League, 1977-1978) league renamed
  2. (Western Hockey League, 1978-1987) moved to Lethbridge, renamed Lethbridge Hurricanes


Junior A[edit | edit source]

  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1960-1962)
  2. (Alberta Big Six League, 1964-1965) also played in AJHL during 1964-65 season
  3. (AJHL, 1964-1966) renamed Calgary Cowboys
  1. (Alberta Big Six League, 1963-1965)
  2. (AJHL, 1964-1965) folded


Junior B[edit | edit source]

Women's[edit | edit source]

  1. (National Women's Hockey League, 2002-2004) join WWHL
  2. (Western Women's Hockey League, 2004-2009) suspend operations due to most of team formed Canadian Olympic team
  1. (Western Women's Hockey League, 2008-2011) players merged into Team Alberta in CWHL


University teams[edit | edit source]

Leagues[edit | edit source]

Arenas[edit | edit source]

Champions[edit | edit source]

Stanley Cup[edit | edit source]


Edinburgh Trophy[edit | edit source]


Allan Cup[edit | edit source]


Memorial Cup[edit | edit source]


Royal Bank Cup[edit | edit source]

Players[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

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