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This is the 1967-68 season of the Western Canada Senior Hockey League:



StandingsEdit

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Canada 23 18 3 2 181 56 40
Saskatoon Quakers 38 18 17 3 143 152 39
Calgary Spurs 36 14 19 3 121 164 33
Edmonton Monarchs 34 12 19 3 118 128 27
United States 7 1 4 2 22 27 4
Finland 4 1 2 1 17 25 3

Notes

1. The Edmonton Nuggets became the Monarchs on Feb. 8 when they changed from privately owned to player owned.

2. The Canadian Olympic Team was based in Winnipeg. It was eligible for the regular season title but not for the playoffs. It took a break for the Olympic Games.

3. The USA & Finnish teams' games counted for their opponents only. They were not eligible for the season title.


PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 14 Edmonton 4 Calgary 2 Calgary
March 16 Edmonton 7 Calgary 4 Calgary
March 17 Edmonton 10 Calgary 5 Edmonton

Edmonton Monarchs beat Calgary Spurs 3 wins to none.


FinalEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 22 Edmonton 3 Saskatoon 0 Saskatoon
March 24 Saskatoon 4 Edmonton 0 Saskatoon
March 28 Saskatoon 7 Edmonton 4 Edmonton
March 29 Edmonton 8 Saskatoon 3 Edmonton
March 31 Saskatoon 2 Edmonton 0 Saskatoon
April 2 Edmonton 8 Saskatoon 1 Edmonton
April 3 Saskatoon 6 Edmonton 1 Saskatoon

Saskatoon Quakers beat Edmonton Monarchs 4 wins to 3.

Saskatoon Quakers advanced to the 1967-68 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs


Top ScorersEdit

Player Team Goals Assists Points
Ron Tookey Edmonton 23 29 52
Bill Martin Edmonton 20 24 44
Doug Ferguson Saskatoon 15 24 39
Jerry Esch Saskatoon 14 23 37
Warren Hicks Calgary 18 18 36
Dale Fairborther Saskatoon 10 25 35
Wally Kozak Saskatoon 19 15 34
Dale Conrad Edmonton 15 19 34
Dale MacDonald Saskatoon 12 22 34
Don Wilson Saskatoon 16 15 31
Herb Pinder Canada 8 23 31


Team PhotosEdit


Season TicketsEdit


Game AdsEdit


See AlsoEdit

Western Canada Senior Hockey League


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