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This is the 1945-46 season of the Western Canada Senior Hockey League:

It was the league's first season. It was organized in September.

The intention was to form a strong enough league to challenge the Quebec Senior Hockey League and the Ontario Hockey Association for the Allan Cup.

Lethbridge and Moose Jaw were also invited to join the league, but they declined. Part of the reason for their declining was not to detract from their strong junior teams.


Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pts
Calgary Stampeders 36 28 7 1 219 95 57
Edmonton Flyers 36 24 10 2 181 130 50
Saskatoon Elks 35 14 19 2 104 147 30
Regina Capitals 35 2 32 1 95 227 5


Semi FinalEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 5 Edmonton 5 Saskatoon 4 Edmonton
March 7 Edmonton 5 Saskatoon 2 Edmonton
March 9 Edmonton 4 Saskatoon 3 Saskatoon

Edmonton Flyers beat Saskatoon Elks 3 games to none.


Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 12 Calgary 6 Edmonton 1 Calgary
March 14 Calgary 6 Edmonton 2 Calgary
March 16 Calgary 3 Edmonton 2 Edmonton
March 18 Edmonton 3 Calgary 2 Edmonton
March 20 Calgary 5 Edmonton 0 Calgary

Calgary Stampeders beat Edmonton Flyers 4 games to 1.

Calgary Stampeders advanced to the 1945-46 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.



Bob Carse

  • Most Valuable Player: Bob Carse, Edmonton
  • Leading Scorer: Ken Hunter, Calgary (82 points)
  • Most Goals: Dunc Grant, Calgary (46)
  • Most Assists: Carse (56)
  • Leading Goaltender: Russ Dertell, Calgary

Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit

Playoff Game AdsEdit

Season TicketsEdit

See AlsoEdit

Western Canada Senior Hockey League

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