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This was te 1973-74 season of the Western Hockey League. It was the twenty-second and last season of the league.
There were no changes to the teams this season.
Phoenix Roadrunners 78-43-32-3-89 300-273 Salt Lake Golden Eagles 78-42-33-4-86 356-297 San Diego Gulls 78-40-33-5-85 278-281 Portland Buckaroos 78-39-33-6-84 292-258 Seattle Totems 78-32-42-6-68 288-319 Denver Spurs 78-28-50-0-56 249-335
Best of 7
- Phoenix Roadrunners beat San Diego Gulls 4 wins to none. (5-2, 6-5, 3-2, 5-4)
- Portland Buckaroos beat Salt Lake Golden Eagles 4 wins to 1. (1-5, 5-2, 4-0, 7-3, 5-2)
Best of 7
- Goaltender: Rick Charon, Portland Buckaroos
- Defenceman: John Barber, Phoenix Roadrunners
- Defenceman: John Miszuk, San Diego Gulls
- Center: Lyle Bradley, Salt Lake Golden Eagles
- Left Winger: Howie Hughes, Portland
- Right Winger: Howie Young, Phoenix
- Goaltender: John Adams, San Diego
- Defenceman: Murray Kennett, San Diego
- Defenceman: Ray Wilson, Portland
- Center: Murray Keogan, Phoenix
- Left Winger: Dennis Giannini, Portland
- Right Winger: Wayne King, Salt Lake
The end of the leagueEdit
After this season, this league folded. It had been under pressure from the newly-formed World Hockey Association (WHA) for both players and markets.
Seattle, Denver, and Salt Lake entered the Central Hockey League. The Phoenix Roadrunners joined the WHA essentially intact. Portland joined the Western International Hockey League but only played a partial season in the WIHL. They then joined the Pacific Northwest Hockey League in 1975-76.