Lester Patrick Cup

The Lester Patrick Cup was the championship trophy of the Pacific Coast Hockey League and the Western Hockey League (WHL) from 1949 to 1974. Originally known as the Phil Henderson Cup and then in 1952 it was renamed to the President's Cup. The trophy was again renamed in 1960 to honour Pacific coast hockey pioneer Lester Patrick following his death on June 1 of that year.

The Lester Patrick Cup was retired following the demise of the WHL, and is on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Pacific Coast Hockey League

1944-45Seattle Ironmen
1945-46Vancouver Canucks
1946-47Los Angeles Monarchs
1947-48Vancouver Canucks
1948-49San Diego Skyhawks
1949-50New Westminster Royals
1950-51Victoria Cougars
1951-52Saskatoon Quakers

Following the merger of the PCHL with the Western Canada Senior Hockey League in 1951, the league renamed itself the Western Hockey League for the 1952-53 season.

Western Hockey League

1952–53Edmonton Flyers
1953–54Calgary Stampeders
1954–55Edmonton Flyers
1955–56Winnipeg Warriors
1956–57Brandon Regals
1957–58Vancouver Canucks
1958–59Seattle Totems
1959–60Vancouver Canucks
1960–61Portland Buckaroos
1961–62Edmonton Flyers
1962–63San Francisco Seals
1963–64San Francisco Seals
1964–65Portland Buckaroos
1965–66Victoria Maple Leafs
1966–67Seattle Totems
1967–68Seattle Totems
1968–69Vancouver Canucks
1969–70Vancouver Canucks
1970–71Portland Buckaroos
1971–72Denver Spurs
1972–73Phoenix Roadrunners
1973–74Phoenix Roadrunners


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