1957–58 WHL season

Last updated
1957–58 WHL season
League Western Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Number of games70
Number of teams8
Regular season
President's Cup
Champions Vancouver Canucks
  Runners-up Calgary Stampeders
Seasons
  1956–57
1958–59  

The 1957–58 WHL season was the sixth season of the Western Hockey League. The Vancouver Canucks were the President's Cup champions as they beat the Calgary Stampeders in four games in the final series.

Contents

Final Standings

Coast Division Standings [1]
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1 Vancouver Canucks 704421523817493
2 New Westminster Royals 703928325422481
3 Seattle Americans 703232624423170
4 Victoria Cougars 701850222631338
Prairie Division Standings [1]
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1 Winnipeg Warriors 703926526221183
2 Edmonton Flyers 703828426422580
3 Calgary Stampeders 703035522222365
4 Saskatoon Regals/Saint Paul Saints 702545021432350

bold - qualified for playoffs

Playoffs

The Vancouver Canucks win the President's Cup 4 games to 0. [2]

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References

  1. 1 2 1957-58 Western Hockey League Standings
  2. WHL Playoff Results