Men's Hockey History

Canada West men's hockey record book - Updated Dec. 5, 2017

RECENT STATS BY SEASON:

SEASON   CW REGULAR SEASON STATS CW PLAYOFF STATS
2016-17 click here click here
2015-16 click here click here
2014-15 click here click here
2013-14 click here click here
2012-13 click here click here
2011-12 click here click here
2010-11 click here click here
2009-10 click here click here
2008-09 click here click here

 

YEARLY RESULTS:

SEASON (click for year in review) CANADA WEST CHAMPION (titles since 1972-73) NATIONAL CHAMPION (total titles won by CW schools)
2016-17 Alberta (26) UNB
2015-16 Saskatchewan (10) UNB
2014-15 Alberta (25) Alberta (15)
2013-14 Alberta (24) Alberta (14)
2012-13 Alberta (23) UNB
2011-12 Saskatchewan (9) McGill
2010-11 Alberta (22) UNB
2009-10 Alberta (21) Saint Mary's
2008-09 Alberta (20) UNB
2007-08 Alberta (19) Alberta (13)
2006-07 Saskatchewan (8) UNB
2005-06 Alberta (18) Alberta (12)
2004-05 Alberta (17) Alberta (11)
2003-04 Alberta (16) St. FX
2002-03 Alberta (15) UQTR
2001-02 Alberta (14) Western
2000-01 Alberta (13) UQTR
1999-00 Saskatchewan (7) Alberta (10)
1998-99 Saskatchewan (6) Alberta (9)
1997-98 Saskatchewan (5) UNB
1996-97 Alberta (12) Guelph
1995-96 Calgary (8) Acadia
1994-95 Calgary (7) Moncton
1993-94 Lethbridge (1) Lethbridge (1)
1992-93 Alberta (11) Acadia
1991-92 Alberta (10) Alberta (8)
1990-91 Alberta (9) UQTR
1989-90 Calgary (6) Moncton
1988-89 Alberta (8) York
1987-88 Calgary (5) York
1986-87 Saskatchewan (4) UQTR
1985-86 Calgary (4) Alberta (7)
1984-85 Alberta (7) York
1983-84 Alberta (6) Toronto
1982-83 Saskatchewan (3) Saskatchewan (1)
1981-82 Saskatchewan (2) Moncton
1980-81 Saskatchewan (1) Moncton
1979-80 Calgary (3) Alberta (6)
1978-79 Alberta (5) Alberta (5)
1977-78 Alberta (4) Alberta (4)
1976-77 Alberta (3) Toronto
1975-76 Calgary (2) Toronto
1974-75 Alberta (2) Alberta (3)
1973-74 Calgary (1) Waterloo
1972-73 Alberta (1) Toronto

 

*Competition prior to the 1972-73 season was part of the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (WCIAU), later renamed the Western Canadian Athletic Association (WCIAA). The WCIAA split in the spring of 1972 into Canada West Universities Athletic Association (CWUAA) and the Great Plains Athletic Association (GPAA - later named the Great Plains Athletic Conference). In 1985-86, Canada West offered playing privileges to men’s hockey teams from the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC).