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The 1922–23 WCHL season was the second season for the now defunct Western Canada Hockey League. Four teams played 30 games each.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
|Western Canada Hockey League||GP||W||L||T||Pts||GF||GA|
note: The league played an interlocking schedule with the Pacific Coast Hockey Association, which accounts for the uneven standings.
- Edmonton: 65,258
- Calgary: 43,218
- Saskatoon: 34,449
2 games total goals
|March 14||Edmonton 1||Regina 0||Regina|
|March 16||Edmonton 3||Regina 3||Edmonton|
Edmonton Eskimos beat the Regina Capitals 4 goals to 3.
Stanley Cup finalsEdit
The Edmonton Eskimos won the WCHL championship and advanced directly to the Stanley Cup finals, where they would face the National Hockey League champion Ottawa Senators. Ottawa had previously defeated the Pacific Coast Hockey Association champions, the Vancouver Maroons. Ottawa then defeated Edmonton 2 games to 0 in the best of 3 series to win the Stanley Cup.
|March 29||Ottawa Senators||2||Edmonton Eskimos||1||(OT)|
|March 31||Ottawa Senators||1||Edmonton Eskimos||0|
3 games total goals
|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.
Regular Season Game AdsEdit
Playoff Game AdsEdit
1921-22 WCHL season
|WCHL seasons|| Succeeded by|
1923–24 WCHL season