1967–68 WHL season
The 1967–68 WHL season was the sixteenth season of the Western Hockey League. Five teams played a 72-game schedule, and the Seattle Totems were the Lester Patrick Cup champions, defeating the Portland Buckaroos four games to one in the final series. The Los Angeles Blades ceased operations, when the Los Angeles Kings joined the National Hockey League as an expansion team.
|1967–68 WHL season|
|League||Western Hockey League|
|Number of games||72|
|Number of teams||5|
|Season champions||Portland Buckaroos|
|Season MVP||Art Jones|
|Top scorer||Len Ronson|
|Lester Patrick Cup|
|3||San Diego Gulls||72||31||36||5||241||236||67|
bold - qualified for playoffs
|3||San Diego Gulls||3|
The Seattle Totems defeated the Portland Buckaroos 4 games to 1 to win the Lester Patrick Cup.
- "1967-68 Western Hockey League [WHL] standings at hockeydb.com". www.hockeydb.com.