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The 1973–74 WCHL season was the 8th season of the Western Canada Hockey League, known in the present day as the Western Hockey League. Twelve teams completed a 68 game season. The Regina Pats won the President's Cup before going on to win the Memorial Cup.
- The Vancouver Nats relocated to Kamloops, British Columbia to become the Kamloops Chiefs
- The Winnipeg Jets became the Winnipeg Clubs.
|x Regina Pats||68||43||14||11||97||377||225|
|x Flin Flon Bombers||68||34||21||13||81||322||259|
|x Swift Current Broncos||68||35||24||9||79||240||306|
|x Saskatoon Blades||68||30||29||9||69||283||272|
|Brandon Wheat Kings||68||27||37||4||58||305||348|
|x Calgary Centennials||68||41||18||9||91||328||236|
|x New Westminster Bruins||68||36||21||11||83||284||250|
|x Medicine Hat Tigers||68||29||31||8||66||305||314|
|x Edmonton Oil Kings||68||25||36||7||57||252||301|
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes
|Ron Chipperfield||Brandon Wheat Kings||66||90||72||162||82|
|Dennis Sobchuk||Regina Pats||66||68||78||146||78|
|Mike Rogers||Calgary Centennials||66||67||73||140||32|
|Al Hiller||Flin Flon Bombers||68||30||108||138||33|
|Terry Ruskowski||Swift Current Broncos||68||40||93||133||243|
|Rick Blight||Brandon Wheat Kings||67||49||81||130||122|
|Danny Gare||Calgary Centennials||65||68||59||127||238|
|Jerry Holland||Calgary Centennials||67||55||65||120||54|
|Ed Johnstone||Medicine Hat Tigers||68||64||54||118||164|
|Clark Gillies||Regina Pats||65||46||66||112||179|
- Swift Current defeated Flin Flon 4 games to 3
- Regina defeated Saskatoon 4 games to 2
- New Westminster defeated Medicine Hat 4 games to 2
- Calgary defeated Edmonton 4 games to 1
- Regina defeated Swift Current 4 games to 2
- Calgary defeated New Westminster 4 games to 1
- Regina defeated Calgary 4 games to 0
Regina advanced to the 1974 Memorial Cup tournament.
On January 29, the West All-Stars defeated the East All-Stars 6–5 at Edmonton, Alberta with a crowd of 2,471.
- Goaltender: Larry Hendrick, Edmonton Oil Kings
- Defenceman: Pat Price, Saskatoon Blades
- Defenceman: Greg Joly, Regina Pats & Ron Greschner, New Westminster Bruins (tie)
- Center: Ron Chipperfield, Brandon Wheat Kings & Dennis Sobchuk, Regina Pats (tie)
- Left Winger: Clark Gillies, Regina Pats
- Right Winger: Danny Gare, Calgary Centennials
- 2005–06 WHL Guide
1972–73 WCHL season
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1974–75 WCHL season
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