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The 1974–75 WCHL season was the 9th season for the Western Canada Hockey League, known in the present day as the Western Hockey League. Twelve teams completed a 70 game season. The New Westminster Bruins won the President's Cup.
- The Swift Current Broncos relocated to Lethbridge, Alberta to become the Lethbridge Broncos.
- The WCHL season expanded to 70 games from 68.
|x Saskatoon Blades||70||38||22||10||86||344||244|
|x Lethbridge Broncos||70||28||32||10||66||302||315|
|x Regina Pats||70||29||36||5||63||260||288|
|x Brandon Wheat Kings||70||24||35||11||59||276||320|
|Flin Flon Bombers||70||19||42||9||47||262||389|
|x Victoria Cougars||70||47||18||5||99||416||257|
|x Medicine Hat Tigers||70||40||22||8||88||380||291|
|x New Westminster Bruins||70||37||22||11||85||319||260|
|x Kamloops Chiefs||70||38||24||8||84||327||279|
|Edmonton Oil Kings||70||34||29||7||75||340||321|
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes
|Mel Bridgman||Victoria Cougars||66||66||91||157||175|
|Bryan Trottier||Lethbridge Broncos||67||46||98||144||103|
|Don Murdoch||Medicine Hat Tigers||70||82||59||141||83|
|Dave Faulkner||Regina Pats||70||56||66||122||59|
|Don Ashby||Calgary Centennials||70||52||68||120||71|
|Rich Gosselin||Flin Flon Bombers||70||47||69||116||83|
|Peter Morris||Victoria Cougars||70||43||72||115||173|
|Barry Dean||Medicine Hat Tigers||64||40||75||115||173|
|Danny Lucas||Victoria Cougars||70||57||56||113||74|
|Rick Blight||Brandon Wheat Kings||65||60||52||112||65|
|Greg Miazga||Victoria Cougars||70||14||28||42||117|
- Saskatoon defeated Brandon 4 games to 1
- Regina defeated Lethbridge 4 games to 2
- New Westminster defeated Medicine Hat 4 games to 1
- Victoria defeated Kamloops 4 games to 2
- Saskatoon defeated Regina 4 games to 1
- New Westminster defeated Victoria 4 games to 2
- New Westminster defeated Saskatoon 4 games to 3
On January 15, the West All-Stars defeated the East All-Stars 4–1 at Victoria, British Columbia with a crowd of 3,452.
- Goaltender: Ed Staniowski, Regina Pats
- Defenceman: Rick Lapointe, Victoria Cougars
- Defenceman: Robin Sadler, Edmonton Oil Kings
- Center: Mel Bridgman, Victoria Cougars & Bryan Trottier, Lethbridge Broncos (tie)
- Left Winger: Barry Dean, Medicine Hat Tigers
- Right Winger: Don Murdoch, Medicine Hat Tigers
- 2005–06 WHL Guide
1973–74 WCHL season
|WHL seasons|| Succeeded by|
1975–76 WCHL season
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