1999–2000 NHL season

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The 1999–2000 NHL season was the 83rd regular season of the National Hockey League. Twenty-eight teams each played 82 games. The New Jersey Devils defeated the defending champion Dallas Stars for their second Stanley Cup championship. During the regular season, no player reached the 100-point plateau - the first time this had happened in a non-lockout season since 1967-68.

Regular season[change | change source]

Final standings[change | change source]

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF= Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points, PIM = Penalty Minutes.

Eastern Conference[change | change source]

Northeast Division GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM
Toronto Maple Leafs 82 45 27 7 3 100 246 222 1103
Ottawa Senators 82 41 28 11 2 95 244 210 850
Buffalo Sabres 82 35 32 11 4 85 213 204 1173
Montreal Canadiens 82 35 34 9 4 83 196 194 1067
Boston Bruins 82 24 33 19 6 73 210 248 865
Atlantic Division GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM
Philadelphia Flyers 82 45 22 12 3 105 237 179 1233
New Jersey Devils 82 45 24 8 5 103 251 203 1313
Pittsburgh Penguins 82 37 31 8 6 88 241 236 1221
New York Rangers 82 29 38 12 3 73 218 246 916
New York Islanders 82 24 48 9 1 58 194 275 1376
Southeast Division GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM
Washington Capitals 82 44 24 12 2 102 227 194 994
Florida Panthers 82 43 27 6 6 98 244 209 1329
Carolina Hurricanes 82 37 35 10 0 84 217 216 799
Tampa Bay Lightning 82 19 47 9 7 54 204 310 1733
Atlanta Thrashers 82 14 57 7 4 39 170 313 1422

Western Conference[change | change source]

Central Division GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM
St. Louis Blues 82 51 19 11 1 114 248 165 1139
Detroit Red Wings 82 48 22 10 2 108 278 210 1014
Chicago Blackhawks 82 33 37 10 2 78 242 245 1444
Nashville Predators 82 28 40 7 7 70 199 240 946
Pacific Division GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM
Dallas Stars 82 43 23 10 6 102 211 184 1029
Los Angeles Kings 82 39 27 12 4 94 245 228 1313
Phoenix Coyotes 82 39 31 8 4 90 232 228 940
San Jose Sharks 82 35 30 10 7 87 225 214 1292
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 82 34 33 12 3 83 217 227 926
Northwest Division GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM
Colorado Avalanche 82 42 28 11 1 96 233 201 1118
Edmonton Oilers 82 32 26 16 8 88 226 212 1344
Vancouver Canucks 82 30 29 15 8 83 227 237 1047
Calgary Flames 82 31 36 10 5 77 211 256 1267

Scoring leaders[change | change source]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points

Player Team GP G A Pts
Jaromir Jagr Pittsburgh Penguins 63 42 54 96
Pavel Bure Florida Panthers 74 58 36 94
Mark Recchi Philadelphia Flyers 82 28 63 91
Paul Kariya Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 74 42 44 86
Teemu Selanne Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 79 33 52 85
Owen Nolan San Jose Sharks 78 44 40 84
Tony Amonte Chicago Blackhawks 82 43 41 84
Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche 60 28 53 81
Mike Modano Dallas Stars 77 38 43 81
Steve Yzerman Detroit Red Wings 78 35 44 79

Stanley Cup playoffs[change | change source]

Playoff bracket[change | change source]

  Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Finals Stanley Cup Finals
                                     
1  Philadelphia 4  
8  Buffalo 1  
  1  Philadelphia 4  
  7  Pittsburgh 2  
2  Washington 1
7  Pittsburgh 4  
  1  Philadelphia 3  
Eastern Conference
  4  New Jersey 4  
3  Toronto 4  
6  Ottawa 2  
  3  Toronto 2
  4  New Jersey 4  
4  New Jersey 4
5  Florida 0  
  E4  New Jersey 4
  W2  Dallas 2
2  Dallas 4  
7  Edmonton 1  
  2  Dallas 4
  8  San Jose 1  
1  St. Louis 3
8  San Jose 4  
  2  Dallas 4
Western Conference
  3  Colorado 3  
3  Colorado 4  
6  Phoenix 1  
  3  Colorado 4
  4  Detroit 1  
4  Detroit 4
5  Los Angeles 0  

Note: W = Wins, G = Goals Scored

Eastern Conference Final[change | change source]

Philadelphia (1) vs. New Jersey (4)
Date Away Home Score
May 14 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 16 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 3
May 18 Philadelphia New Jersey 4 – 2
May 20 Philadelphia New Jersey 3 – 1
May 22 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 24 Philadelphia New Jersey 2 – 1
May 26 New Jersey Philadelphia 2 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4–3 and Prince of Wales Trophy

Western Conference Final[change | change source]

Dallas (2) vs. Colorado (3)
Date Away Home OT Score
May 13 Colorado Dallas 2 – 0
May 15 Colorado Dallas 3 – 2
May 19 Dallas Colorado 2 – 0
May 21 Dallas Colorado 4 – 1
May 23 Colorado Dallas OT 3 – 2
May 25 Dallas Colorado 2 – 1
May 27 Colorado Dallas 3 – 2
Dallas wins series 4–3 and Clarence S. Campbell Bowl

Finals[change | change source]

New Jersey (4) vs. Dallas (2)
Date Away Home OT Score
May 30 Dallas New Jersey 7 – 3
June 1 Dallas New Jersey 2 – 1
June 3 New Jersey Dallas 2 – 1
June 5 New Jersey Dallas 3 – 1
June 8 Dallas New Jersey 3OT 1 – 0
June 10 New Jersey Dallas 2OT 2 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4–2 and the Stanley Cup
Scott Stevens (New Jersey) wins Conn Smythe Trophy

NHL awards[change | change source]

Presidents' Trophy: St. Louis Blues
Prince of Wales Trophy: New Jersey Devils
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl: Dallas Stars
Art Ross Memorial Trophy: Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy: Ken Daneyko, New Jersey Devils
Calder Memorial Trophy: Scott Gomez, New Jersey Devils
Frank J. Selke Trophy: Steve Yzerman, Detroit Red Wings
Hart Memorial Trophy: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues
Conn Smythe Trophy: Scott Stevens, New Jersey Devils
Jack Adams Award: Joel Quenneville, St. Louis Blues
James Norris Memorial Trophy: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues
King Clancy Memorial Trophy: Curtis Joseph, Toronto Maple Leafs
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy: Pavol Demitra, St. Louis Blues
Lester B. Pearson Award: Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins
Lester Patrick Trophy: Mario Lemieux, Craig Patrick, Lou Vairo
Maurice 'Rocket' Richard Trophy Pavel Bure, Florida Panthers
NHL Plus/Minus Award: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award: Ed Belfour, Dallas Stars
Vezina Trophy: Olaf Kolzig, Washington Capitals
William M. Jennings Trophy: Roman Turek, St. Louis Blues

All-Star teams[change | change source]

First Team   Position   Second Team
Olaf Kolzig, Washington Capitals G Roman Turek, St. Louis Blues
Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues D Rob Blake, Los Angeles Kings
Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit Red Wings D Eric Desjardins, Philadelphia Flyers
Steve Yzerman, Detroit Red Wings C Mike Modano, Dallas Stars
Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins RW Pavel Bure, Florida Panthers
Brendan Shanahan, Detroit Red Wings LW Paul Kariya, Anaheim Mighty Ducks

First games[change | change source]

The following is a list of players of note who played their first NHL game in 1999–2000 (listed with their first team, stars(*) mark start in playoffs):

Last games[change | change source]

The following is a list of players of note that played their last game in the NHL in 1999–2000 (listed with their last team):

References[change | change source]