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|x Lethbridge Hurricanes||72||51||17||4||106||465||270|
|x Prince Albert Raiders||72||38||33||1||77||301||293|
|x Regina Pats||72||34||31||7||75||332||329|
|x Saskatoon Blades||72||33||34||5||71||325||354|
|x Medicine Hat Tigers||72||32||38||2||66||298||331|
|x Swift Current Broncos||72||29||39||4||62||323||351|
|Brandon Wheat Kings||72||28||38||6||62||276||325|
|Moose Jaw Warriors||72||28||41||3||59||287||330|
|x Kamloops Blazers||72||56||16||0||112||484||278|
|x Seattle Thunderbirds||72||52||17||3||107||444||295|
|x Tri-City Americans||72||39||28||5||83||433||354|
|x Spokane Chiefs||72||30||37||5||65||334||344|
|Portland Winter Hawks||72||24||45||3||51||322||426|
Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes
|Len Barrie||Kamloops Blazers||70||85||100||185||108|
|Glen Goodall||Seattle Thunderbirds||67||76||87||163||83|
|Victor Gervais||Seattle Thunderbirds||69||64||96||160||180|
|Phil Huber||Kamloops Blazers||72||63||89||152||176|
|Brian Sakic||Tri-City Americans||66||53||99||152||12|
|Petr Nedved||Seattle Thunderbirds||71||65||80||145||80|
|Stu Barnes||Tri-City Americans||63||52||92||144||165|
|Corey Lyons||Lethbridge Hurricanes||72||63||79||142||26|
|Wes Walz||Lethbridge Hurricanes||56||54||86||140||69|
|Bryan Bosch||Lethbridge Hurricanes||72||48||90||138||34|
- Swift Current defeated Brandon 5–4 OT in sixth place tie-breaker game.
- Lethbridge and Prince Albert earn byes to Division Semifinals.
- Regina defeated Swift Current 3 games to 1.
- Saskatoon defeated Medicine Hat 3 games to 0.
- Lethbridge defeated Saskatoon 4 games to 3.
- Prince Albert defeated Regina 4 games to 3.
- Kamloops defeated Spokane 5 games to 1.
- Seattle defeated Tri-City 5 games to 2.
- Lethbridge defeated Prince Albert 4 games to 3.
- Kamloops defeated Seattle 5 games to 1.
- Kamloops defeated Lethbridge 4 games to 1.
On January 26, the East division defeated the West division 9–6 at Kennewick, Washington before a crowd of 5,059.
|Most Valuable Player - Four Broncos Memorial Trophy: Glen Goodall, Seattle Thunderbirds|
|Scholastic Player of the Year - Daryl K. (Doc) Seaman Trophy: Jeff Nelson, Prince Albert Raiders|
|Top Scorer - Bob Clarke Trophy: Len Barrie, Kamloops Blazers|
|Most Sportsmanlike Player - Brad Hornung Trophy: Bryan Bosch, Lethbridge Hurricanes|
|Top Defenseman - Bill Hunter Trophy: Kevin Haller, Regina Pats|
|Rookie of the Year - Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy: Petr Nedved, Seattle Thunderbirds|
|Top Goaltender - Del Wilson Trophy: Trevor Kidd, Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Coach of the Year - Dunc McCallum Memorial Trophy: Ken Hitchcock, Kamloops Blazers|
|Executive of the Year - Lloyd Saunders Memorial Trophy: Russ Farwell, Seattle Thunderbirds|
|Regular season Champions - Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy: Kamloops Blazers|
|Marketing/Public Relations Award - St. Clair Group Trophy: Jeff Chynoweth, Lethbridge Hurricanes|
|WHL Plus-Minus Award: Len Barrie, Kamloops Blazers|
- 2005–06 WHL Guide
1988–89 WHL season
|WHL seasons|| Succeeded by|
1990–91 WHL season
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