1971-72 Western Canada Hockey League Season

1971-72 Western Canada Hockey League Season

The 1971–72 WCHL season was the sixth season of the Western Canada Hockey League, known in the present day as the Western Hockey League. Twelve teams completed a 68-game season, with the Edmonton Oil Kings winning their second consecutive President's Cup.

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1971-72 Western Canada Hockey League Season - Awards
... Most Valuable Player John Davidson, Calgary Centennials Top Scorer Tom Lysiak, Medicine Hat Tigers Most Sportsmanlike Player Ron Chipperfield, Brandon Wheat Kings Defenseman of the Year Jim Watson, Calgary Centennials Rookie of the Year Dennis Sobchuk, Regina Pats Goaltender of the Year John Davidson, Calgary Centennials Coach of the Year Earl Ingarfield, Sr ... Regina Pats Regular Season Champions Calgary Centennials ...

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