Pacific Coast Hockey League

Pacific Coast Hockey League

Pacific Coast Hockey League

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The Pacific Coast Hockey League was an ice hockey minor league with teams in the western United States and western Canada that existed in several incarnations: from 1928 to 1931, from 1936 to 1941, and from 1944 to 1952.

PCHL 1928-1931

The first incarnation of the PCHL had four teams and lasted three seasons (The Victoria franchise was replaced by Tacoma in its final year).

Teams



Champions

  • 1929: Vancouver Lions
  • 1930: Vancouver Lions
  • 1931: Vancouver Lions


PCHL 1936-1941

From 1931 to 1936, no league called the PCHL existed, although teams from the first PCHL joined the Western Canada Hockey League or the North West Hockey League. In 1936, the Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver franchises of the North West Hockey League joined with an Oakland team to re-form the Pacific Coast Hockey League. The Oakland team relocated to Spokane in its first year. The Spokane team disbanded for the 1939-40 season, but reappeared the next year as the Spokane Bombers.

The league disbanded after the 1941 season, primarily as a result of World War II.

Teams



Champions

1937: Portland Buckaroos<br>1938: Seattle Seahawks<br>1939: Portland...
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