The 1912 PCHA season was the first season of the men's professional ice hockey Pacific Coast Hockey Association league, which was founded on December 7, 1911. Teams were to play a sixteen-game schedule, but one game was cancelled. The New Westminster club would be the first PCHA champions. The Royals would challenge NHA champion Quebec for the Stanley Cup, but the season ended too late to play in the east.
The season was not profitable financially. After the season, Frank Patrick, captain of Vancouver, and director of the Vancouver Arena Company was interviewed on March 6, 1912, by the Toronto Globe and expressed his hopes that next season with the new team from Seattle that results will be better.