Southeast Division (NHL)

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

Division lineups[change | change source]

1998–1999[change | change source]

Changes from the 1997–98 season[change | change source]

  • The Southeast Division is formed as a result of NHL realignment
  • The Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Washington Capitals come from the Atlantic Division
  • The Carolina Hurricanes come from the Northeast Division

Changes from the 1998–99 season[change | change source]

The Carolina Hurricanes relocate to Raleigh, North Carolina

1999–2011[change | change source]

  • Atlanta Thrashers
  • Carolina Hurricanes
  • Florida Panthers
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Washington Capitals

Changes from the 1998–99 season[change | change source]

  • The Atlanta Thrashers are added as an expansion team

2011–2013[change | change source]

  • Carolina Hurricanes
  • Florida Panthers
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Washington Capitals
  • Winnipeg Jets

Changes from the 2010–11 season[change | change source]

  • The Atlanta Thrashers relocate to Winnipeg, Manitoba, and become the Winnipeg Jets

2013 realignment[change | change source]

The NHL dissolved the Southeast Division as the league realigned into two conferences with two divisions each. The Winnipeg Jets moved to the Western Conference and the Central Division. The Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning were placed into the new Atlantic Division. The Carolina Hurricanes and Washington Capitals were placed in the newly formed Metropolitan Division.

Division Champions[change | change source]

Season results[change | change source]

Season 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
1998–99 Carolina (86) Florida (78) Washington (68) Tampa Bay (47)
1999–2000 Washington (102) Florida (98) Carolina (84) Tampa Bay (54) Atlanta (39)
2000–01 Washington (96) Carolina (88) Florida (66) Atlanta (60) Tampa Bay (59)
2001–02 Carolina (91) Washington (85) Tampa Bay (69) Florida (60) Atlanta (54)
2002–03 Tampa Bay (93) Washington (92) Atlanta (74) Florida (70) Carolina (61)
2003–04 Tampa Bay (106) Atlanta (78) Carolina (76) Florida (75) Washington (59)
2004–05 No season due to 2004–05 NHL lockout
2005–06 Carolina (112) Tampa Bay (92) Atlanta (90) Florida (85) Washington (70)
2006–07 Atlanta (97) Tampa Bay (93) Carolina (88) Florida (86) Washington (70)
2007–08 Washington (94) Carolina (92) Florida (85) Atlanta (76) Tampa Bay (71)
2008–09 Washington (108) Carolina (97) Florida (93) Atlanta (76) Tampa Bay (66)
2009–10 Washington (121) Atlanta (83) Carolina (80) Tampa Bay (80) Florida (77)
2010–11 Washington (107) Tampa Bay (103) Carolina (91) Atlanta (80) Florida (72)
2011–12 Florida (94) Washington (92) Tampa Bay (84) Winnipeg (84) Carolina (82)
2012–13 Washington (57) Winnipeg (51) Carolina (42) Tampa Bay (40) Florida (36)

Stanley Cup winners produced[change | change source]

  1. 2004—Tampa Bay Lightning
  2. 2006—Carolina Hurricanes

Presidents' Trophy winners produced[change | change source]

  1. 2010—Washington Capitals

Southeast Division titles won by team[change | change source]

Team Number of Championships Won Last Year Won
Washington Capitals 7 2013
Carolina Hurricanes 3 2006
Tampa Bay Lightning 2 2004
Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets 1 2007
Florida Panthers 1 2012

Related pages[change | change source]

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