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Revision as of 19:46, 27 October 2019

The North West Hockey League was an ice hockey minor professional league with teams in the western United States and Canada that existed from 1933 to 1936. It was formed from the Calgary and Vancouver franchises of the Western Canada Hockey League and three new teams.

The league lasted for three seasons, after which the Portland, Vancouver, and Seattle franchises left to form a reconstituted Pacific Coast Hockey League.

Teams

Team Location Arena Tenure Notes
Calgary Tigers Calgary, Alberta Victoria Arena 1933-1936 Folded
Edmonton Eskimos Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton Gardens 1933-1936 Folded
Portland Buckaroos Portland, Oregon Portland Ice Arena 1933-1936 join Pacific Coast Hockey League
Seattle Sea Hawks Seattle, Washington Seattle Civic Ice Arena 1933-1936 join Pacific Coast Hockey League
Vancouver Lions Vancouver, British Columbia Denman Arena 1933-1936

join Pacific Coast Hockey League; team would relocate to PNE Forum after Denman Arena is destroyed by fire August 19, 1936

Teams

Champions

External links

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