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The 1922-23 PCHA season was the twelfth season of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. Season play ran from November 13, 1922 until March 2, 1923. The season was increased to 30 games per team, including eight games against Western Canada Hockey League (WCHL) teams. The Vancouver Maroons club would be regular-season PCHA champions, and won the play-off with Victoria Aristocrats.

League BusinessEdit

The Vancouver Millionaires renamed as the Maroons.

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

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
Vancouver Maroons 30 17 12 1 116 88
Victoria Aristocrats 30 16 14 0 94 85
Seattle Metropolitans 30 15 15 0 100 106

Schedule and resultsEdit

Month Day Visitor Score Home Score
Nov 13 Seattle 8 Vancouver 2
15 Victoria 0 Seattle 4
17 Vancouver 3 Victoria 5
20 Victoria 4 Vancouver 3
22 Vancouver 5 Seattle 2
24 Seattle 6 Victoria 4
27 Seattle 8 Vancouver 4
29 Victoria 4 Seattle 5 (16:47 OT)
Dec 8 Vancouver 4 Victoria 3
11 Victoria 1 Vancouver 2
13 Vancouver 2 Seattle 3 (10:00 OT)
15 Seattle 1 Victoria 2
18 Regina 3 Vancouver 10
20 Regina 6 Seattle 5 (9:00 OT)
22 Regina 3 Victoria 2
25 Seattle 0 Vancouver 4
27 Vancouver 4 Seattle 3
29 Vancouver 3 Victoria 4
Jan 1 Victoria 2 Vancouver 1
3 Victoria 1 Seattle 0
3 Vancouver 0 Calgary 1 (7:40 OT)
5 Seattle 1 Victoria 5
5 Vancouver 5 Edmonton 1
8 Seattle 2 Victoria 0*
8 Vancouver 3 Saskatoon 0
10 Calgary 0 Seattle 4
10 Vancouver 2 Regina 6
12 Calgary 0 Victoria 4
15 Calgary 0 Vancouver 4
17 Vancouver 2 Seattle 1
19 Vancouver 2 Victoria 3 (8:00 OT)
19 Seattle 4 Calgary 3 (2:35 OT)
22 Victoria 1 Vancouver 4
22 Seattle 3 Edmonton 2
24 Victoria 4 Vancouver 8‡
24 Seattle 4 Saskatoon 2
26 Seattle 2 Regina 6
27 Saskatoon 2 Victoria 5
29 Saskatoon 6 Vancouver 6 (20:00 OT)
31 Saskatoon 1 Seattle 7
Feb 2 Vancouver 4 Victoria 3 (11:00 OT)
5 Seattle 0 Vancouver 4
7 Victoria 2 Seattle 5
9 Seattle 1 Victoria 6
12 Victoria 3 Vancouver 5
15 Edmonton 4 Seattle 3
16 Edmonton 0 Victoria 4
19 Edmonton 2 Vancouver 1
19 Victoria 2 Regina 1
21 Vancouver 3 Seattle 6
21 Victoria 1 Saskatoon 0
23 Seattle 2 Vancouver 4†
23 Victoria 5 Edmonton 4
26 Seattle 3 Vancouver 12
26 Victoria 2 Calgary 4
28 Victoria 3 Seattle 5
Mar 2 Seattle 2 Victoria 9

‡ at Seattle.

* at Vancouver.

† at Victoria.

Source: Coleman(1966).[1]

Goalkeeper AveragesEdit

Name Club GP GA SO Avg.
Lehman, Hugh Vancouver 25 61 4 2.4
Fowler, Norman Victoria 30 85 4 2.8
Holmes, Hap Seattle 30 106 3 3.5
Reid, Charlie Vancouver 5 27 5.4

Leading scorersEdit

GP = Games Played, G = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points

Player Team GP G A Pts
Frank Fredrickson Victoria 30 39 16 55
Mickey MacKay Vancouver 29 28 12 40
Lloyd Cook Vancouver 30 19 10 29
Frank Foyston Seattle 30 20 8 28
James Riley Seattle 29 22 5 27
Bernie Morris Seattle 28 21 5 26
Harry Meeking Victoria 28 17 9 26
Jack Walker Seattle 30 13 9 22
Clem Loughlin Victoria 30 12 9 21
Frank Boucher Vancouver 29 11 9 20

PlayoffsEdit

2 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 7 Vancouver 3 Victoria 0 Victoria
March 12 Victoria 3 Vancouver 2 Vancouver

Vancouver Maroons beat Victoria Aristocrats 5 goals to 3.

The Maroons then played against the National Hockey League champion Ottawa in a two-game total-goals series for the right to play the WCHL champion for the Stanley Cup. Ottawa won the series 1-0, 1-4, 3-2, 5-1 (3-1).

Post-season ExhibitionEdit

The league runners-up Victoria Cougars went on to play a series against the WCHL runners-up Regina Capitals in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

3 games total goals

Date Winner Loser Location
March 26 Regina 6 Victoria 5 Winnipeg
March 30 Victoria 12 Regina 3 Winnipeg
April 2 Regina 6 Victoria 3 Winnipeg

Victoria Cougars beat Regina Capitals 20 goals to 15.


Game AdsEdit


Preceded by
1921–22 PCHA season
PCHA seasons
1922–23
Succeeded by
1923–24 PCHA season

ReferencesEdit

  1. Coleman 1966, pp. 424,427–429.
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