The Spokane Spartans are a defunct senior men’s ice hockey from Spokane, Washington. They played in the Western International Hockey League for two seasons, 1946-47 and 1947-48.
Coached by Rene Morin, and Joe Benoit, the Spartans played a total of 40 games during their two seasons in the WIHL, compiling a record of 10 wins and 30 losses.
The Spartans were replaced in the 1948-49 season by the Spokane Flyers.
The Spartan’s 1946-47 roster included Al LaFace (goalie); Jack McLeod and Lorne Nadeau (defense); Bob Proulx (centre); and George Edwards and Bill Haldane (wingers).
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