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Pacific Coast Senior LeagueEdit


In 1951 the Okanagan Mainline League split into two leagues - the Okanagan Senior League and the Pacific Coast Senior League.

This league carried on for only one season - 1951-52. The costs of travel for Nanaimo (which is on Vancouver Island) were far too high. Also the Vancouver team did not draw well. It had to compete against the Vancouver Canucks and the New Westminster Royals of the Pacific Coast Hockey League.

1951-52 SeasonEdit


Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pct %
Nanaimo Clippers 39 21 16 2 - - .552
Vancouver Wheelers 37 14 23 0 - - .378

Played interlocking with the Okanagan Senior League and the Western International Hockey League.

Note: The Vancouver Wheelers changed their name from the Kerrisdale Monarchs.


Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Vancouver 3 Nanaimo 0 Vancouver
February 19 Vancouver 3 Nanaimo 2 Nanaimo
February 23 Nanaimo 8 Vancouver 6 Nanaimo
February 25 Nanaimo 5 Vancouver 4 Vancouver
February 26 Nanaimo 5 Vancouver 2
February 29 Nanaimo 3 Vancouver 1 Vancouver

Nanaimo Clippers beat Vancouver Wheelers 4 wins to 2.

Nanaimo Clippers advanced to the 1951-52 British Columbia Senior Playoffs.

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