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This is the 2011-12 Northern Pacific Hockey League season. This was the league's 12th season.  The league's seven teams were scheduled to play 42 games.  One game between Seattle and Vancouver was cancelled and not replayed as it had no affect on the final standings. 

League changesEdit

  • The Butte Roughriders were forced to withdraw on November 1st due to a lack of players. 
  • The league was scheduled to add the Great Falls Americans, but they withdrew to join the American West Hockey League as well.

StandingsEdit

seed team                       GP W  L OTL PTS  GF GA

  1. Seattle                    41 34  4   3    71    251 101
  2. Southern Oregon   42 34   8   0   68   260  162
  3. Yellowstone            42 22 18  2    46   203  181
  4. Eugene                  42 22 18  2    46   166  159
  5. Vancouver             41 17 21  3    37    180  215
  6. West Sound          42 13 28  1    27    156  232
  7. Glacier                  42  6  35  1    13    119  247

League LeadersEdit

ScoringEdit

  1. Ricky Doubrava, Seatte, 93 points
  2. Eliot Parker, Seattle, 93 points
  3. Tim Talty, Southern Oregon, 83 points

Leading Goaltenders (GAA)Edit

  1. Bryce Fink., Seattle, 2.12
  2. Sean Buckley, Seatte, 2.69
  3. Brad Robertson, Eugene, 3.56

Cascade Cup PlayoffsEdit

The top five teams qualified for the playoffs.  The top three seeds received a bye to the semifinals. The 4th and 5th seed played a best-of-three playoff.  The semifinal and final rounds were best-of-five.

First RoundEdit

  • Vancouver defeated Eugene, two games to one, 3-2, 2-3, 5-2

SemifinalsEdit

  • Seattle defeated Vancouver, three games to none, 6-0, 4-0, 5-1
  • Southern Oregon defeated Yellowstone, three games to one, 7-6, 4-6, 5-3, 10-4

FinalsEdit

  • Southern Oregon defeated Seattle, three game to none, 2-1, 4-3, 5-4

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