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This is the 1978-79 Pacific Hockey League season:
|San Diego Hawks||58||34||22||2||270||192||70|
|Los Angeles Blades||22||7||14||1||84||190||15|
|San Francisco Shamrocks||23||4||18||1||68||167||9|
The Los Angeles Blades and San Francisco Shamrocks both folded on January 18, 1979, because of financial problems.
The league folded after this season. All the teams also folded except for the Spokane Flyers who rejoined the Western International Hockey League.
- Top Coach: Seth Martin, Spokane
- Top Defenceman: Chris Evans, Phoenix
- Leading Scorer: Joe Noris, San Diego (104)
- Most Valuable Player: Joe Noris, San Diego
- Leading Goal Scorer: Jerry Holland, Spokane (38)
- Most Inspirational Player: Kevin Devine, San Diego
- Goaltender: Jim Park, Los Angeles-Phoenix
- Defenceman: Chris Evans, Phoenix
- Defenceman: Ted McAneeley, Spokane
- Left Winger: Kevin Devine, San Diego
- Centre: Joe Noris, San Diego
- Right Winger: Don Borgeson, Phoenix
- Goaltender: Bruce Bullock, Phoenix
- Defenceman: Wendell Bennett, Phoenix
- Defenceman: Rudy Tajcnar, Spokane
- Left Winger: Jerry Holland, Spokane
- Centre: Jim Boyd, Phoenix
- Right Winger: Frank Hughes, Tucson