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The 1976–77 WCHL season was the 11th season of the Western Canada Hockey League, known in the present day as the Western Hockey League. Twelve teams completed a 72 game season. The New Westminster Bruins won their third consecutive President's Cup as well as the Memorial Cup.
- The Edmonton Oil Kings relocated to Portland, Oregon to become the Portland Winter Hawks, the first United States based team in the WCHL.
- The Winnipeg Clubs became the Winnipeg Monarchs.
- The WCHL split into three divisions of four teams each.
|x Brandon Wheat Kings||72||54||10||8||116||447||242|
|x Saskatoon Blades||72||30||30||12||72||317||290|
|Flin Flon Bombers||72||16||42||14||46||294||411|
|x Medicine Hat Tigers||72||32||28||12||76||330||304|
|x Winnipeg Monarchs||72||31||34||7||69||341||384|
|x Lethbridge Broncos||72||28||32||12||68||324||335|
|x Calgary Centennials||72||22||34||15||59||329||397|
|x New Westminster Bruins||72||47||14||11||105||363||216|
|x Kamloops Chiefs||72||34||26||12||80||308||291|
|x Portland Winter Hawks||72||36||29||7||79||359||294|
|x Victoria Cougars||72||27||32||13||67||299||301|
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes
|Bill Derlago||Brandon Wheat Kings||72||96||82||178||63|
|Ray Allison||Brandon Wheat Kings||71||45||92||137||198|
|Brian Propp||Brandon Wheat Kings||72||55||80||135||47|
|Kevin McCarthy||Winnipeg Monarchs||72||22||105||127||110|
|Dan Bonar||Brandon Wheat Kings||72||75||50||125||70|
|Tony Currie||Portland Winter Hawks||72||73||52||125||50|
|Mark Lofthouse||New Westminster Bruins||70||54||58||112||59|
|Wayne Babych||Portland Winter Hawks||72||50||62||112||76|
|Brent Peterson||Portland Winter Hawks||69||34||78||112||98|
|Kim Davis||Flin Flon Bombers||69||56||55||111||250|
- Calgary defeated Medicine Hat 4 games to 0
- Lethbridge defeated Saskatoon 4 games to 2
- Brandon defeated Winnipeg 5 games to 2
- Lethbridge defeated Calgary 3 games to 2
- New Westminster defeated Victoria 4 games to 0
- Portland defeated Kamloops 4 games to 1
- Brandon defeated Lethbridge 4 games to 0
- New Westminster defeated Portland 4 games to 1
- New Westminster defeated Brandon 4 games to 1
On January 19, the West All-Stars defeated the East All-Stars 3–2 at Brandon, Manitoba with a crowd of 4,120.
- Goaltender: Glen Hanlon, Brandon Wheat Kings
- Defenceman: Barry Beck, New Westminster Bruins
- Defenceman: Kevin McCarthy, Winnipeg Monarchs
- Center: Bill Derlago, Brandon Wheat Kings
- Left Winger: Reg Kerr, Kamloops Chiefs
- Right Winger: Wayne Babych, Portland Winter Hawks
- 2005–06 WHL Guide
1975–76 WCHL season
|WHL seasons|| Succeeded by|
1977–78 WCHL season
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