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The Western Canada Hockey League was an ice hockey minor league with teams from western Canada that existed for one hockey season, 1932 to 1933. The next year, with the addition of two American franchises along with another Canadian one, the league was reformed as the North West Hockey League.

TeamsEdit

Team Location Arena Tenure Notes
Calgary Tigers Calgary, Alberta Victoria Arena 1932-1933 join North West Hockey League
Edmonton Eskimos Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton Gardens 1932-1933 join North West Hockey League
Regina Capitals Regina, Saskatchewan Regina Exhibition Stadium 1932-193? relocated to Vancouver during season as Vancouver Maroons
Saskatoon Crescents Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Crescent Arena 1932-1933 folded
Vancouver Maroons Vancouver, British Columbia Denman Arena 193?-1933 join North West Hockey League as Vancouver Lions

1932-33 SeasonEdit

StandingsEdit

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Calgary Tigers 30 16 10 4 70 61 36
Vancouver Maroons 30 15 13 2 110 97 32
Edmonton Eskimos 30 11 14 5 81 86 27
Saskatoon Crescents 30 11 16 3 82 99 25

Note: The Regina Capitals moved to become the Vancouver Maroons in mid-season.


PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalEdit

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 13 Edmonton 4 Vancouver 2 Vancouver
March 15 Edmonton 2 Vancouver 2 Edmonton

Edmonton Eskimos beat Vancouver Maroons 8 goals to 6.


FinalEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 18 Edmonton 1 Calgary 1 Calgary
March 21 Edmonton 1 Calgary 1 Edmonton
March 23 Edmonton 2 Calgary 1 Edmonton
March 25 Edmonton 2 Calgary 0 Edmonton
March 27 Calgary 5 Edmonton 1 Calgary
March 28 Edmonton 2 Calgary 1 Edmonton

Edmonton Eskimos beat Calgary Tigers 3 wins to 1, (2 ties did not count).

Edmonton Eskimos won the league championship.


Team PhotosEdit

Edmonton Eskimos photo Courtesy:Alberta Culture & Community Spirit. Original photo [1] Here

Regular Season Game AdsEdit


Playoff Game AdsEdit


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