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Final 1997 Standings

Division champions (*) and other playoff qualifiers (†) are noted. Number of seasons listed after each head coach refers to latest tenure with club through 1997 season.

East Division

 WLTPtsPFPAPct
*Toronto153030660327.833
†Montreal135026509532.722
Winnipeg41408443548.222
Hamilton21604362549.111
1997 Head Coaches: Tor—Don Matthews (2nd year); Mon—Dave Ritchie (1st); Win—Jeff Reinebold (1st); Ham—Don Sutherin (4th, 1-6) replaced on Aug. 11 by Urban Bowman (1-10).
1996 East Div. standings: 1. Toronto (15-3); 2. Montreal (12-6); 3. Hamilton (8-10); 4. Ottawa (3-15).

West Division

 WLTPtsPFPAPct
*Edmonton126024479400.667
†Calgary108020519443.556
†Saskatchewan810016413479.444
†Brit. Columbia810016429536.444
1997 Head Coaches: Edm—Ron Lancaster (7th season); Calg—Wally Buono (8th); BC—Adam Rita (1st); Sask—Jim Daley (2nd).
1996 West Div. standings: 1. Calgary (13-5); 2. Edmonton (11-7); 3. Winnipeg (9-9); 4. British Columbia (5-13); 5. Saskatechewan (5-13).

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