1923–24 WCHL season
The 1923–24 WCHL season was the third season for the now defunct Western Canada Hockey League (WCHL). Four teams played 30 games each. The Calgary Tigers defeated the Regina Capitals to win the WCHL title. Calgary moved on to the Stanley Cup playoffs, losing in the Final to the Montreal Canadiens.
The four teams played an interlocking schedule with the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA) teams.
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
|Western Canada Hockey League||GP||W||L||T||Pts||GF||GA|
|Bill Cook||Saskatoon Crescents||30||26||14||40||20|
|Harry Oliver||Calgary Tigers||27||22||12||34||14|
|George Hay||Regina Capitals||25||20||11||31||8|
|Duke Keats||Edmonton Eskimos||29||19||12||31||41|
|Barney Stanley||Regina Capitals||30||15||11||26||27|
|Laurie Scott||Saskatoon Crescents||30||20||5||25||8|
|Bernie Morris||Calgary Tigers||30||16||7||23||13|
|Cully Wilson||Calgary Tigers||30||16||7||23||37|
|Dick Irvin||Regina Capitals||29||15||8||23||33|
|Newsy Lalonde||Saskatoon Crescents||21||10||10||20||24|
The Calgary Tigers played off against Regina for the WCHL title.
Calgary wins two-game total-goals series 4–2.
The Tigers then played off against Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA) champion Vancouver to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.
|March 15||Calgary||3||Vancouver||1||in Winnipeg|
Calgary wins best-of-three series 2–1.
Stanley Cup FinalEdit
In the final, the Calgary Tigers would face the National Hockey League (NHL) champion Montreal Canadiens. Montreal had also defeated Vancouver to advance to the Final. Montreal then defeated Calgary two games to none in the best-of-three series to win the Stanley Cup.
|March 22||Calgary Tigers||1||Montreal Canadiens||6||(NHL rules)|
|March 25||Calgary Tigers||0||Montreal Canadiens||3||in Ottawa (WCHL rules)|
- Coleman 1966, p. 450.
1922–23 WCHL season
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