Northeast Division (NHL)

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The NHL's Northeast Division was formed in 1993 as part of the Eastern Conference in a league adjustment, the predecessor of which was the Adams Division. Although none of its members have won the Stanley Cup since the adjustment, its members account for a combined 42 Stanley Cup championships (24 by Montreal, 13 by Toronto, and 5 by Boston), which is the most championships of any division in the NHL.

Current Lineup[change | edit source]

Division Lineups[change | edit source]

1993–1995[change | edit source]

Changes from the 1992–1993 season[change | edit source]

  • The Northeast Division is formed as a result of NHL realignment
  • The Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Hartford Whalers, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, and Quebec Nordiques come from the Adams Division
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins come from the Patrick Division

1995–1997[change | edit source]

  • Boston Bruins
  • Buffalo Sabres
  • Hartford Whalers
  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Ottawa Senators
  • Pittsburgh Penguins

Changes from the 1994–1995 season[change | edit source]

1997–1998[change | edit source]

  • Boston Bruins
  • Buffalo Sabres
  • Carolina Hurricanes
  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Ottawa Senators
  • Pittsburgh Penguins

Changes from the 1996–1997 season[change | edit source]

1998-Present[change | edit source]

  • Boston Bruins
  • Buffalo Sabres
  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Ottawa Senators
  • Toronto Maple Leafs

Changes from the 1997–1998 season[change | edit source]

Division Champions[change | edit source]

Stanley Cup Winners produced[change | edit source]

none

Northeast Division Titles Won By Team[change | edit source]

Team Number of Championships Won Last Year Won
Ottawa Senators 4 2006
Pittsburgh Penguins 3 1998
Boston Bruins 4 2010
Buffalo Sabres 2 2007
Montreal Canadiens 1 2008
Quebec Nordiques 1 1995
Toronto Maple Leafs 1 2000

Teams in bold are currently in the division.

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