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58-59WHLProgram

Program cover showing the location and logos of the teams.

This is the 1958-59 season of the Western Hockey League. It was the seventh season of the league.

The Saskatoon/St. Paul Regals became the Saskatoon Quakers. Spokane, which had had a team in the senior Western International Hockey League for over 10 years, got a new team in this league - the Spokane Flyers.


StandingsEdit

Coast Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Seattle Totems 70 40 27 3 277 225 83
Vancouver Canucks 70 31 28 11 219 214 73
Victoria Cougars 70 30 36 4 219 254 64
Spokane Flyers 70 26 38 6 217 275 58
New Westminster Royals 70 23 45 2 237 301 48


Prairie Division GP W L T GF GA Pts
Calgary Stampeders 64 42 21 1 263 196 85
Edmonton Flyers 64 33 28 3 205 206 69
Winnipeg Warriors 64 31 31 2 256 229 64
Saskatoon Quakers 64 29 31 4 208 201 62

Statistical LeadersEdit

IndividualEdit

  • Leading Scorer: Guyle Fielder, Seattle 119 points
  • Most Goals: Lou Jankowski, Calgary 45
  • Most Assists: Guyle Fielder, Seattle 95
  • Best Goals Against Average: Lucien Dechene, Saskatoon 3.03
  • Most Penalty Minutes: Fred Arnett 212
  • Most Goals by a Rookie: Gerry Brisson, Winnipeg 38
  • Most Game-Winning Goals: Tom McVie, Seattle 9

TeamEdit

  • Most Goals: Seattle 277
  • Most Assists: Seattle 476
  • Most Points: Seattle 753
  • Most Penalty Minutes: Seattle 798
  • Most Home Wins: Seattle 26
  • Most Road Wins: Calgary 18


All-Star TeamsEdit

Prairie DivisionEdit


Coast DivisionEdit


All Star PhotosEdit

All-Star GameEdit

The Coast Division All-Stars beat the Prairie Division All-Stars 6-3 in the league all-star game @ Vancouver on March 3, 1959.

PlayoffsEdit

Coast DivisionEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 5

FinalEdit

Best of 7

Seattle Totems beat Vancouver Canucks 4 wins to 1. (0-2, 4-3, 3-2, 4-1, 3-0)

Prairie DivisionEdit

Semi FinalEdit

Best of 5

Winnipeg Warriors beat Edmonton Flyers 3 wins to none (3-0, 3-2, 4-1)

FinalEdit

Best of 7

Calgary Stampeders beat Winnipeg Warriors 4 wins to none.(3-2, 5-2, 5-4, 5-2)

League FinalEdit

Best of 7

Seattle Totems beat Calgary Stampeders 4 wins to none. (5-3, 4-0, 4-2, 5-1)

Seattle Totems won the President's Cup.

Team PhotosEdit

Regular Season AttendanceEdit

  1. Calgary: 149,225
  2. Winnipeg: 128,467
  3. Spokane: 112,594
  4. Edmonton: 106,782
  5. Seattle: 93,321
  6. Vancouver: 90,413
  7. Victoria: 83,782
  8. Saskatoon: 77,635
  9. New Westminster: 69,975

Pre-season Game AdsEdit


Regular Season Game AdsEdit

Playoff Game AdsEdit


Season TicketsEdit


See AlsoEdit

List of WHL (minor pro) Seasons

The Seattle team photo is from http://www.seattlehockey.net

The Edmonton ad is from http://www.vintageedmonton.com

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