1971–72 AHL Season

The 1971–72 AHL season was the 36th season of the American Hockey League. Major changes occurred in the off-season. The league welcomed four expansion teams, and lost both Quebec-based teams. Eleven teams played 76 games each in the schedule. The Boston Braves finished first overall in the regular season. The Nova Scotia Voyageurs won their first Calder Cup championship.

Read more about 1971–72 AHL Season:  Team Changes, Final Standings, Scoring Leaders, Calder Cup Playoffs, Trophy and Award Winners

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