2001–02 CHL season

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2000–01 CHL season
League Central Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Regular season
Season MVP Don Parsons (Memphis)
MVP Don Parsons (Memphis)
Finals
Champions Memphis RiverKings
CHL seasons

The 2001–02 CHL season was the tenth season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

Regular season[edit]

Division standings[edit]

Northeast Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Memphis RiverKings 64 46 14 4 267 186 92
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs 64 33 27 4 215 198 70
Fort Worth Brahmas 64 30 27 7 205 217 67
Indianapolis Ice 64 20 37 7 192 237 47
Northwest Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Oklahoma City Blazers 64 35 22 7 236 203 77
Tulsa Oilers 64 30 30 4 204 215 64
Wichita Thunder 64 24 34 6 203 262 54
Amarillo Rattlers 64 19 39 6 177 257 44
Southeast Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Austin Ice Bats 64 44 15 5 239 174 93
San Antonio Iguanas 64 40 16 8 243 183 88
San Angelo Outlaws 64 29 31 4 207 228 62
Corpus Christi Icerays 64 16 35 13 158 253 45
Southwest Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Odessa Jackalopes 64 47 11 6 203 149 100
El Paso Buzzards 64 36 24 4 223 222 76
Lubbock Cotton Kings 64 30 23 11 204 196 71
New Mexico Scorpions 64 33 25 6 210 206 70

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 Memphis 3
4 Fort Worth 1
1 Memphis 4
Northern
3 Bossier-Shreveport 3
2 Oklahoma City 1
3 Bossier-Shreveport 3
1 Memphis 4
2 Austin 1
1 Odessa 2
4 El Paso 3
4 El Paso 2
Southern
2 Austin 4
2 Austin 3
3 San Antonio 1

CHL awards[edit]

Ray Miron President's Cup: Memphis RiverKings
Governors' Cup: Odessa Jackalopes
Most Valuable Player: Don Parsons (Memphis)
Most Outstanding Goaltender: Mike Gorman (Odessa)
Most Outstanding Defenseman: Daniel Tetrault (Austin)
Rookie of the Year: Sebastien Centomo (Memphis)
Coach of the Year: Don McKee (Odessa)
Man of the Year: Scott Hillman (Odessa)
Rick Kozuback Award: Gatis Tseplis (New Mexico)
Scoring Champion: Dan Price (Austin)
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Don Parsons (Memphis)

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