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The 1926–27 season was the first year for the Prairie Hockey League (PHL). The PHL was, in essence, a reorganisation of the Western Hockey League after it folded the previous year. Five teams each played 32 games.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
Teams that qualified for the playoffs are in green
|Prairie Hockey League||GP||W||L||T||Pts||GF||GA|
|Moose Jaw Warriors||32||13||17||2||28||108||117|
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes
|Jack Connolly||Moose Jaw Warriors||32||29||24||53||61|
|Emory "Spunk" Sparrow||Calgary Tigers||32||26||25||51||58|
|Harry Cameron||Saskatoon Sheiks||31||26||19||45||20|
|Syl Acaster||Regina Capitals||32||21||20||41||13|
|Harry Connor||Saskatoon Sheiks||32||22||14||36||73|
|Johnny Gottselig||Regina Capitals||32||23||7||30||21|
|Pete Mitchell||Moose Jaw Warriors||32||16||14||30||6|
|Ernie Anderson||Calgary Tigers||32||24||5||29||23|
|Norman "Dutch" Gainor||Calgary Tigers||23||16||11||27||38|
|John "Crutchy" Morrison||Regina Capitals||30||20||6||26||18|
|Fern Headley||Calgary Tigers||30||16||10||26||30|
League Semi FinalEdit
2 games total goals
|March 7||Saskatoon 5||Regina 2||Saskatoon|
|March 8||Regina 2||Saskatoon 1||Regina|
Best of 3
|March 10||Saskatoon 2||Calgary 1||Saskatoon|
|March 12||Calgary 2||Saskatoon 1||Calgary|
The Calgary Tigers won the Prairie Hockey League championship by forfeit over the Saskatoon Sheiks. Saskatoon refused to continue the playoff series after complaining about the referee in game two, won by the Tigers 2–1.
Western Canada ChampionshipEdit
Merchants' Casualty Cup
2 games total goals
- March 19 Calgary 2 Winnipeg 1 @ Winnipeg
The second game was cancelled because of Winnipeg's obligations in its own league playoffs.
Playoff Game AdsEdit
1925–26 WHL season
|PHL seasons|| Succeeded by|
1927–28 PHL season
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