The 1944–45 AHL season was the 9th season of the American Hockey League. Seven teams played 60 games each in the schedule. The Cleveland Barons won their third F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy as West Division champions, and their third Calder Cup as league champions.
- The St. Louis Flyers transfer to the AHL from the defunct American Hockey Association, as an expansion team based in St. Louis, Missouri, playing in the West Division.
Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points;
|St. Louis Flyers||60||14||38||8||36||157||257|
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes
|Bob Walton||Pittsburgh Hornets||58||37||58||95||17|
|Bob Gracie||Pittsburgh Hornets||58||40||55||95||4|
|Louis Trudel||Cleveland Barons||60||45||48||93||25|
|Tom Burlington||Cleveland Barons||56||30||60||90||7|
|Earl Bartholomew||Cleveland Barons||60||38||43||81||26|
|Les Cunningham||Cleveland Barons||56||35||45||80||4|
|Paul Courteau||Providence Reds||45||32||70||72||45|
|Jack Lavoie||Providence Reds||60||28||41||69||6|
|Billy Gooden||Hershey Bears||59||27||41||68||12|
|Pete Leswick||Indianapolis Capitals||53||29||39||68||12|
Calder Cup playoffsEdit
- Cleveland Barons defeated Buffalo Bisons 4 games to 2.
- Hershey Bears defeated Indianapolis Capitals 4 games to 1.
1943–44 AHL season
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1945–46 AHL season
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