Northwest Division (NHL)

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The NHL's Northwest Division was formed in 1998 as part of the Western Conference due to expansion.

Current Lineup[change | change source]

Division Lineups[change | change source]

1998–2000[change | change source]

  • Calgary Flames
  • Colorado Avalanche
  • Edmonton Oilers
  • Vancouver Canucks

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

  • All teams move in from the Pacific Division

2000-Present[change | change source]

  • Calgary Flames
  • Colorado Avalanche
  • Edmonton Oilers
  • Minnesota Wild
  • Vancouver Canucks

Changes from the 1998–1999 season[change | change source]

  • The Minnesota Wild were announced as an expansion team to play their first game in the 2000–2001 season.

Northwest Division champions by year[change | change source]

Year Winner Points Seed Playoffs
1999 Colorado Avalanche 98 #2 Lost Western Conference Final to Dallas, 4–3
2000 Colorado Avalanche 96 #3 Lost Western Conference Final to Dallas, 4–3
2001 Colorado Avalanche 118 #1 Won Stanley Cup Final vs. New Jersey, 4–3
2002 Colorado Avalanche 99 #2 Lost Western Conference Final to Detroit. 4–3
2003 Colorado Avalanche 105 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Minnesota, 4–3
2004 Vancouver Canucks 101 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Calgary, 4–3
2005 None
2006 Calgary Flames 103 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Anaheim, 4–3
2007 Vancouver Canucks 105 #3 Lost Western Conf. Semifinals to Anaheim, 4–1
2008 Minnesota Wild 98 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Colorado, 4–2
2009 Vancouver Canucks 100 #3 Lost Western Conf. Semifinals to Chicago, 4-2
2010 Vancouver Canucks 103 #3

Other Playoff Teams produced[change | change source]

Year Winner Points Points Back Seed Playoffs
1999 Edmonton Oilers 78 points 20 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–0
2000 Edmonton Oilers 88 points 8 #7 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–1
2001 Edmonton Oilers 93 points 25 #6 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–2
2001 Vancouver Canucks 94 points 5 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Colorado, 4–0
2002 Vancouver Canucks 90 points 28 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Detroit, 4–2
2003 Vancouver Canucks 104 points 1 #4 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to Minnesota, 4–3
2003 Edmonton Oilers 92 points 13 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–2
2003 Minnesota Wild 95 points 10 #6 Lost Western Conference Final to Anaheim, 4–0
2004 Colorado Avalanche 100 points 1 #4 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to San Jose, 4–2
2004 Calgary Flames 94 points 8 #6 Lost Stanley Cup Final 4–3 to Tampa Bay
2006 Colorado Avalanche 95 points 8 #7 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to Anaheim, 4–0
2006 Edmonton Oilers 95 points 8 #8 Lost Stanley Cup Final to Carolina, 4–3
2007 Minnesota Wild 104 points 1 #7 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to Anaheim, 4–1
2007 Calgary Flames 96 points 9 #8 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to Detroit, 4–2
2008 Colorado Avalanche 95 points 3 #6 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to Detroit, 4–0
2008 Calgary Flames 94 points 4 #7 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to San Jose, 4–3
2009 Calgary Flames 98 points 2 #5 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to Chicago, 4–2
2010 Colorado Avalanche 95 points 8 #8

Stanley Cup Winners produced[change | change source]

Northwest Division Titles Won By Team[change | change source]

Team Number of Championships Won Last Year Won
Colorado Avalanche 5 2003
Vancouver Canucks 2 2007
Calgary Flames 1 2006
Minnesota Wild 1 2008

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