Teams (1945-1950)[edit | edit source]
|Calgary Stampeders||Calgary, Alberta||Stampede Corral||1945-1950||join Western Canada Major Hockey League|
|Edmonton Flyers||Edmonton, Alberta||Edmonton Gardens||1945-1950||join Western Canada Major Hockey League|
|Regina Capitals||Regina, Saskatchewan||Regina Exhibition Stadium||1945-1950||join Western Canada Major Hockey League|
|Saskatoon Elks||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan||Saskatoon Arena||1945-1947||renamed Saskatoon Quakers|
|Lethbridge Maple Leafs||Lethbridge, Alberta||Lethbridge Arena||1946-1949||reverted to Intermediate level play|
|Saskatoon Quakers||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan||Saskatoon Arena||1947-1950||join Western Canada Major Hockey League|
History[edit | edit source]
This was a senior hockey league based in Alberta & Saskatchewan. Its teams were eligible for the Allan Cup, It lasted for five seasons (1945-46 to 1949-50) It then changed its level to Major and became the Western Canada Major Hockey League for one season.
List of Champions[edit | edit source]
- 1945-46 Calgary Stampeders*
- 1946-47 Calgary Stampeders
- 1947-48 Edmonton Flyers*
- 1948-49 Regina Capitals
- 1949-50 Calgary Stampeders
- * Won Allan Cup.
List of Seasons[edit | edit source]
The league restarted[edit | edit source]
This new edition of the league lasted for three seasons before breaking into separate provincial leagues again.
Teams (1965-1968)[edit | edit source]
Note: For the 1967-68 season, the league also included the Canadian National Hockey Team which was based in Winnipeg, Manitoba as well as the Finnish National Team and the United States Olympic hockey team but these teams played games in the other teams arenas and these games counted in the league standings for the three regular members of the league.
The new league's List of Champions[edit | edit source]
The new league's List of Seasons[edit | edit source]