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This is the 1948-49 season of the Western Canada Senior Hockey League:


StandingsEdit

Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pts
Regina Capitals 48 33 13 2 214 150 68
Edmonton Flyers 48 30 17 1 262 172 61
Calgary Stampeders 48 23 22 2 220 177 49
Lethbridge Maple Leafs 48 20 24 4 175 209 44
Saskatoon Quakers 48 8 38 2 149 307 18

PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 8 Regina 9 Lethbridge 4 Regina
March 10 Regina 4 Lethbridge 1 Regina
March 12 Regina 5 Lethbridge 1 Lethbridge

Regina Capitals beat Lethbridge Maple Leafs 3 games to none.


Date Winner Loser Location
March 8 Edmonton 3 Calgary 2 Edmonton
March 10 Calgary 3 Edmonton 2 Edmonton
March 12 Edmonton 3 Calgary 1 Calgary
March 14 Edmonton 2 Calgary 1 Calgary

Edmonton Flyers beat Calgary Stampeders 3 games to 1,


FinalEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 17 Regina 6 Edmonton 3 Regina
March 19 Regina 7 Edmonton 3 Regina
March 21 Regina 8 Edmonton 3 Edmonton
March 23 Edmonton 2 Regina 2 Edmonton
March 25 Regina 5 Edmonton 3 Regina

Regina Capitals beat Edmonton Flyers 4 games to none, 1 tie.

Regina Capitals advanced to the 1948-49 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.


Recedinghairline

One of the more imaginative names for a hockey line - these three Edmonton Flyers were named the Receding Hairline

48-49WCSHLAwards

Dunc Grant (left), Colin Kilburn, and Andy Clovechok.

AwardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Dunc Grant, Calgary
  • Leading Scorer: Dunc Grant, Calgary (30-49-79)
  • Leading Goaltender: Bev Bentley, Regina
  • Leading Rookie: Colin Kilburn, Edmonton
  • Leading Goal Scorer: Andy Clovechok, Edmonton (47)

All-Star TeamsEdit

First All-StarsEdit

Second All-StarsEdit

All-Star PhotosEdit


Team PhotosEdit

Season TicketsEdit


Game AdsEdit

See alsoEdit

Western Canada Senior Hockey League

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