National Hockey League, 2010

December 27, 2017 by in Hockey Standings tags: ,

In 2010 we see the National Hockey League hold its 125th season of premier hockey (since 1883), and 92nd season of formal league play (since 1917). The season started October 1, 2009 and ran until June 9, 2010. Conventionally, this season is named NHL 2009-10 since the exhibition and regular season started in 2009 and culminated in the Stanley Cup championship series in 2010.

Thirty teams competed in an 82 game season, with sixteen of the 30 teams (53%) competing in the playoffs. The Eastern Conference and Western Conference champions faced off against each other for the Stanley Cup Championship.

 

NHL Eastern Conference Championship 2010 (Spans 2010-16)
Team # of Championships EC (NHL) Championship Points
Boston Bruins
2 (2011, 13) 28
Pittsburgh Penguins
1 (2016) 14
Tampa Bay Lightning
1 (2015) 14
New York Rangers
1 (2014) 14
New Jersey Devils
1 (2012) 14
Philadelphia Flyers
1 (2010) 14 (+14)

– vs –

NHL Western Conference Championship 2010 (Spans 2010-16)
Team # of Championships WC (NHL) Championship Points
Chicago Blackhawks
3 (2010, 13, 15) 42 (+14)
Los Angeles Kings
2 (2012, 14) 28
San Jose Sharks
1 (2016) 14
Vancouver Canucks
1 (2011) 14

 


 

Championships spanning 2010-16 for Stanley Cup Championship
Team # of Championships Premier Championship Points
Chicago Blackhawks
3 (2010, 13, 15) 87 (+29)
Los Angeles Kings
2 (2012, 2014) 58
Pittsburgh Penguins
1 (2016) 29
Boston Bruins
1 (2011) 29

The 117th Stanley Cup championship saw the Chicago Blackhawks defeat the Philadelphia Flyers with the following results:

  1.    May 29 – Philadelphia Flyers 5 @ 6 Chicago Blackhawks
  2.    May 31 – Philadelphia Flyers 1 @ 2 Chicago Blackhawks
  3.    June 2 – Chicago Blackhawks 3 @ 4 Philadelphia Flyers (OT)
  4.    June 4 – Chicago Blackhawks 3 @ 5 Philadelphia Flyers
  5.    June 6 – Philadelphia Flyers 4 @ 7 Chicago Blackhawks
  6.    June 9 – Chicago Blackhawks 4 @ 3 Philadelphia Flyers (OT)

 

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