1999-2000 NHL season

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1999-2000 National Hockey League season
Preseason n/a
Regular Season October 1, 1999-April 9, 2000
Postseason April 12-June 10, 2000
1998-99 • NHL seasons • 2000-01


The 1999-2000 NHL season was the 83rd regular season of the National Hockey League. With the addition of the expansion Atlanta Thrashers, 28 teams each played 82 games. This was the first season played in which teams were awarded a point for an overtime loss. The New Jersey Devils defeated the defending champion Dallas Stars for their second Stanley Cup championship. During the regular season, no player reached the 100-point plateau, the first time this had happened in a non-lockout season since the 1967-68 NHL season.

Publications

Programs
Team Type Venue
Atlanta Thrashers Regular Season Philips Arena
Colorado Avalanche vs. Phoenix Coyotes Regular Season Pepsi Center
Dallas Stars Regular Season Reunion Arena
Dallas Stars vs. New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup Finals Reunion Arena
Edmonton Oilers Regular Season Skyreach Centre
Los Angeles Kings Regular Season Staples Center
New Jersey Devils Regular Season Continental Airlines Arena
New Jersey Devils vs. Philadelphia Flyers Postseason Continental Airlines Arena
New Jersey Devils vs. Dallas Stars Stanley Cup Finals Continental Airlines Arena
New York Islanders Regular Season (1 • 2) Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Ottawa Senators Regular Season (1 • 2) Corel Centre
St. Louis Blues Regular Season Kiel Center
North America vs. World NHL All-Star Game Air Canada Centre
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