The Invaders ended up clinching the division and the Governor's Cup, awarded to the team with the best regular season record, on February 25, 1964, a full month before the commencement of the playoffs. The Invaders would end up winning the WHL by 17 points as they ended up with 44-23-3 record (91 points).
The playoff series against the Los Angeles Blades was vicious. Game one, was ugly.
|First Period Scoring- Seattle, Powers (MacFarland, Sinclair) 8:53.||Penalties- Shvetz, Denver, 4:05; F Hucul, Denver, 8:42.|
|Second Period Scoring- Seattle, MacFarland (Fielder, Sinclair) 7:34; Seattle, Cossette (MacFarland, Zeidel) 12:26; Seattle, Barlow (Powers, Fielder) 14:22.||Penalties- Shvetz, Denver 5:49; Sinclair, Seattle, 10:12; Howe, Denver, 16:43.|
|Third Period Scoring- Denver, Marcetta (Migay, Howe) :29; Denver, Redahl (Sleaver) 1:29; Denver, Witiuk (Collins, Keenan) 2:41; Denver, Jarrett (Marcetta) 5:16; Seattle, Powers (Fielder, Zeidel) 8:17; Denver, Keenan (Witiuk) 14:44; Denver, Sleaver (Jankowski 16:00; Denver, F Hucul (unassisted) 19:48.||Penalties- Migay, Denver, :47; Bell, Seattle, :47; Marcetta, Denver, 9:14; Sinclair, Seattle, 12:03; Jarrett, Denver, 16:24.
|Goalies: Invaders Millar, Totems Dufour.|