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The 1919 PCHA season was the eighth season of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association league. Season play ran from January 1 until March 10. The season was increased to 20 games per team. The Vancouver Millionaires club would be regular-season PCHA champions, but lost the play-off to Seattle Metropolitans. The Mets then played in the 1919 Stanley Cup Finals series against Montreal Canadiens, NHL champions. Due to the outbreak of flu at the time, the series was not completed.
The Portland franchise was suspended for the season. Victoria was re-activated and took over the contracts of the Rosebud players.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against
Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold
|Pacific Coast Hockey Association||GP||W||L||T||GF||GA|
- Goaltender: Hugh Lehman, Vancouver
- Defenceman: Ernie Johnson, Victoria
- Defenceman: Bobby Rowe, Seattle
- Rover: Mickey MacKay, Vancouver
- Centre: Bernie Morris, Seattle
- Right Winger: Cully Wilson, Seattle
- Left Winger: Fred Harris, Vancouver
- Goaltender: Hap Holmes, Seattle
- Defenceman: Lloyd Cook, Vancouver
- Defenceman: Art Jackson, Vancouver
- Rover: Jack Walker, Seattle
- Centre: Cyclone Taylor, Vancouver
- Right Winger: Eddie Oatman, Victoria
- Left Winger: Frank Foyston, Seattle
In a reversal of the previous year's playoffs, the second-place Metropolitans defeated the first-place Vancouver Millionaires.
Seattle Metropolitans vs. Vancouver Millionaires
|March 12||Vancouver Millionaires||1||Seattle Metropolitans||6|
|March 14||Seattle Metropolitans||1||Vancouver Millionaires||4|
Seattle wins two-game total-goals series 7 to 5
Stanley Cup FinalsEdit
Montreal Canadiens vs. Seattle Metropolitans
|March 19||Montreal Canadiens||0||Seattle Metropolitans||7|
|March 22||Seattle Metropolitans||2||Montreal Canadiens||4|
|March 24||Montreal Canadiens||2||Seattle Metropolitans||7|
|March 26||Seattle Metropolitans||0||Montreal Canadiens||0||20:00 OT|
|March 30||Montreal Canadiens||4||Seattle Metropolitans||3||15:57 OT|
Series ended 2–2–1 and no winner awarded – playoffs were curtailed due to the influenza epidemic
The Ottawa Senators of the NHL also came west after the season for exhibition games against Victoria and Vancouver.
- March 19 Ottawa 11 @ Victoria 3
- March 21 Ottawa 4 @ Vancouver 1 (played under NHL rules)
- March 24 Ottawa 3 @ Vancouver 4 (played under PCHA rules)
- March 28 Ottawa 6 @ Vancouver 5 (split - half under each rules)
1917–18 PCHA season
| Succeeded by|
1919–20 PCHA season