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This was the 1934-35 season of the North West Hockey League. It was the second season of the league.
|Seattle Sea Hawks||32||20||9||3||98||69||43|
Note: The Calgary and Edmonton teams were disbanded on February 26. Poor attendance and high travel costs were the reason.
Best of 3
|March 14||Portland 3||Vancouver 0||Portland|
|March 15||Vancouver 2||Portland 0||Vancouver|
|March 17||Vancouver 2||Portlad 1||Portland|
Best of 5
|March 20||Seattle 4||Vancouver 1||Seattle|
|March 22||Vancouver 4||Seattle 3||Vancouver|
|March 24||Seattle 5||Vancouver 2||Seattle|
|March 25||Vancouver 3||Seattle 2||Vancouver|
|March 27||Vancouver 2||Seattle 1||Seattle|
Vancouver Lions won the league championship.
Little World SeriesEdit
This was named after the playoff series in baseball between the Internatonal League and American Association champions.
Both the Olympics and the Lions were reinforced. Most notably, Eddie Wiseman joined the Olympics from the Detroit Red Wings. Several players from the Portland and Seattle teams were added to the Lions.
Best of 5
|April 5||Vancouver 5||Detroit 1||Vancouver|
|April 8||Detroit 4||Vancouver 0||Vancouver|
|April 10||Detroit 5||Vancouver 3||Vancouver|
|April 12||Vancouver 4||Detroit 3||Vancouver|
|April 15||Detroit 4||Vancouver 3||Vancouver|