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World Hockey Association Team Rosters and Statistics

The World Hockey League challenged the NHL's supremacy in the hockey world beginning with the 1972-73 campaign. The league played seven seasons before folding and sending four of its teams to the National Hockey League.


WHA by Season

1972-73 | 1973-74 | 1974-75 | 1975-76 | 1976-77 | 1977-78 | 1978-79 |

WHA Yearly Standings
WHA Yearly Leaders

WHA Teams

Alberta Oilers (1972-73)
Birmingham Bulls (1976-77 - 1978-79)
Calgary Cowboys (1975-76 - 1976-77)
Chicago Cougars (1972-73 - 1974-75)
Cincinnati Stingers (1975-76 - 1978-79)
Cleveland Crusaders (1972-73 - 1975-76)
Czechoslovakia (1977-78 - 1978-79)
Denver Spurs/Ottawa Civics (1975-76)
Edmonton Oilers (1973-74 - 1978-79)
Finland (1978-79)
Houston Aeros (1972-73 - 1977-78)
Indianapolis Racers (1974-75 - 1978-79)
Los Angeles Sharks (1972-73 - 1973-74)
Michigan Stags/Baltimore Blades (1974-75)
Minnesota Fighting Saints (1976-77)
Minnesota Fighting Saints (1972-73 - 1975-76)
New England Whalers (1972-73 - 1978-79)
New York Golden Blades/Jersey Knights (1973-74)
New York Raiders (1972-73)
Ottawa Nationals (1972-73)
Philadelphia Blazers (1972-73)
Phoenix Roadrunners (1974-75 - 1976-77)
Quebec Nordiques (1972-73 - 1978-79)
San Diego Mariners (1974-75 - 1976-77)
Soviet All Stars (1977-78 - 1978-79)
Toronto Toros (1973-74 - 1975-76)
Vancouver Blazers (1973-74 - 1974-75)
Winnipeg Jets (1972-73 - 1978-79)

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