2013–14 NHL season

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2013–14 NHL season
League National Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration October 1, 2013 – June 13, 2014
Number of games 82
Number of teams 30
Total attendance 52,347,789
Regular season
Presidents' Trophy Boston Bruins
Season MVP Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh)
Top scorer Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh)
Eastern champions New York Rangers
  Eastern runners-up Montreal Canadiens
Western champions Los Angeles Kings
  Western runners-up Chicago Blackhawks
Playoffs MVP Justin Williams
Stanley Cup
Stanley Cup champions Los Angeles Kings
  Runners-up New York Rangers
NHL seasons

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The 2013–14 NHL season was the 97th season of operation (96th season of play) of the National Hockey League (NHL).

This season had a realignment. The league's 30 teams changed from six divisions to four divisions. The regular season began October 1 and ended April 13. The 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs began April 16.

There was no all-star game this season, due to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Prior to the season, the NHL, International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) and Olympic officials reached an agreement to send NHL players to the Olympics game. The league took a break on February 9 and resumed play on February 25.[1]

The new divisions are:

Western Conference

Pacific Division Central Division
Anaheim Ducks Chicago Blackhawks
Calgary Flames Colorado Avalanche
Edmonton Oilers Dallas Stars
Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild
Phoenix Coyotes Nashville Predators
San Jose Sharks St. Louis Blues
Vancouver Canucks Winnipeg Jets

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division Metropolitan Division
Boston Bruins Carolina Hurricanes
Buffalo Sabres Columbus Blue Jackets
Detroit Red Wings New Jersey Devils
Florida Panthers New York Islanders
Montreal Canadiens New York Rangers
Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers
Tampa Bay Lightning Pittsburgh Penguins
Toronto Maple Leafs Washington Capitals

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