1999–2000 CHL season

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1999–2000 CHL season
League Central Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Regular season
Adams’ Cup Fayetteville Force
Season MVP Chris MacKenzie & Yvan Corbin
Finals
Champions Indianapolis Ice
CHL seasons

The 1999–2000 CHL season was the eighth season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

Regular season[edit]

Division standings[edit]

Eastern Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Fayetteville Force 70 45 22 3 255 202 93
Columbus Cottonmouths 70 39 20 11 233 203 89
Huntsville Channel Cats 70 37 27 6 242 244 80
Macon Whoopee 70 34 26 10 259 237 78
Memphis RiverKings 70 9 57 4 175 341 22
Western Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Oklahoma City Blazers 70 39 24 7 248 220 85
Indianapolis Ice 70 39 28 3 290 244 81
Tulsa Oilers 70 38 27 5 251 244 81
Wichita Thunder 70 37 26 7 245 231 81
Topeka Scarecrows 70 35 27 8 245 243 78
San Antonio Iguanas 70 33 32 5 229 263 71

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; SOL = Shootout loss; Pts = Points; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against

y - clinched league title; x - clinched playoff spot; e - eliminated from playoff contention

Playoffs[edit]

Playoff Bracket[edit]

Quarter Finals Semi-Finals Championships
                 
1 Fayetteville 1
4 Macon 3
2 Columbus 3
Eastern
4 Macon 1
2 Columbus 3
3 Huntsville 2
2 Columbus 3
2 Indianapolis 4
1 Oklahoma City 3
4 Wichita 2
1 Oklahoma City 0
Western
2 Indianapolis 3
2 Indianapolis 3
3 Tulsa 2

CHL awards[edit]

William "Bill" Levins Memorial Cup: Indianapolis Ice
Adams Cup: Fayetteville Force
Coach of the Year: David Lohrei (Fayetteville)
Most Valuable Player: Chris MacKenzie & Yvan Corbin (Indianapolis)
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Jamie Morris (Indianapolis)
Most Outstanding Goaltender: Frankie Ouellette (Columbus)
Most Outstanding Defenseman Brett Colborne (Fayetteville)
Rookie of the Year James Patterson (Huntsville)
Scoring Champion Chris MacKenzie (Indianapolis)
Community Service Award Jerome Bechard (Columbus)

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