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The Pacific Coast Hockey Association was a major men's professional ice hockey league in Canada and the United States of America. The league was founded in 1912 with three teams in Canada, entered the United States of America in 1914-15, and merged into the Western Canada Hockey League after the 1923-24 season, bringing two of its three teams into the newer league while the other folded.

Map

KEY: BLUE = Franchise at Time of Merger. RED = Franchise Prior to Merger. GRAY = No Games. Pacific Coast Hockey Association.png

Franchise Histories

Seasons

Season Championship
Pacific Coast Hockey Association
1912 New Westminster Royals (18)
1912-13 Victoria Senators (20)
1913-14 Victoria Aristocrats (20)
1914-15 Vancouver Millionaires (26)
1915-16 Portland Rosebuds (26)
1916-17 Seattle Metropolitans (32)
1917-18 Vancouver Millionaires 3 - 2 Seattle Metropolitans (two-game aggregate)
1919 Seattle Metropolitans 7 - 5 Vancouver Millionaires (two-game aggregate)
1919-20 Seattle Metropolitans 6 - 3 Vancouver Millionaires (two-game aggregate)
1920-21 Vancouver Millionaires 13 - 2 Seattle Metropolitans (two-game aggregate)
1921-22 Vancouver Millionaires 2 - 0 Seattle Metropolitans (two-game aggregate)
1922-23* Vancouver Maroons 5 - 3 Victoria Cougars (two-game aggregate)
1923-24* Vancouver Maroons 4 - 3 Seattle Metropolitans (two-game aggregate)

* In the noted seasons, the league standings included interleague matchups against the Western Canada Hockey League.