Despite finishing last in their first season, the Cougars led the league in attendance figures. It was a different story in the 1950-51 season when they captivated Victoria hockey fans and culminated the season winning the Pacific Coast Hockey League and Play-off Championships. The Cougars won the league by a single point, Eddie Dorohoy had a 4-point night in the last game to claim the scoring title and playing-coach, Roger Leger, was named the league MVP. Their play-off semi-final went to seven games with four of the games decided in overtime. Victoria took the finals 4 games to 1.