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The 1999–2000 NHL season was the 83rd regular season of the National Hockey League. Twenty-eight teams each played 82 games. 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 1967-68.

League business

Starting in the 1999–2000 season, teams would get one point for an overtime loss in the regular season instead of zero.

This season was also the start of the NHL's partnership with ABC, who would televise a few regional games every season, as well as games 3–7 of the Stanley Cup Finals. ESPN, who with the ABC deal renewed their contract with the NHL, continued to show regular season and playoff games as well as the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final.

Wayne Gretzky's jersey number, 99 was retired league-wide on February 6, 2000.

1999–2000 was the inaugural season for the Atlanta Thrashers. It was also the first year for the Carolina Hurricanes' home rink, the Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arenamarker.

A new award, the Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award, was introduced for this season for the goaltender with the best save percentage.

The 2000 Stanley Cup Playoffs marked the first time in history that the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens both missed the playoffs in the same season.

Regular season

Final standings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points
Player Team GP G A Pts
Jaromir Jagr Pittsburgh Penguins 63 42 54 96
Pavel Bure Florida Panthers 74 58 36 94
Mark Recchi Philadelphia Flyers 82 28 63 91
Paul Kariya Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 74 42 44 86
Teemu Selanne Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 79 33 52 85
Owen Nolan San Jose Sharks 78 44 40 84
Tony Amonte Chicago Blackhawks 82 43 41 84
Mike Modano Dallas Stars 77 38 43 81
Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche 60 28 53 81
Steve Yzerman Detroit Red Wings 78 35 44 79


Leading goaltenders

Playoffs

Playoff bracket

Note: W = Wins, G = Goals Scored

Eastern Conference Final

Philadelphia (1) vs. New Jersey (4)
Date Away Home Score
May 14 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 16 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 3
May 18 Philadelphia New Jersey 4 – 2
May 20 Philadelphia New Jersey 3 – 1
May 22 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 24 Philadelphia New Jersey 2 – 1
May 26 New Jersey Philadelphia 2 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4–3 and Prince of Wales Trophy


Western Conference Final

Dallas (2) vs. Colorado (3)
Date Away Home OT Score
May 13 Colorado Dallas 2 – 0
May 15 Colorado Dallas 3 – 2
May 19 Dallas Colorado 2 – 0
May 21 Dallas Colorado 4 – 1
May 23 Colorado Dallas OT 3 – 2
May 25 Dallas Colorado 2 – 1
May 27 Colorado Dallas 3 – 2
Dallas wins series 4–3 and Clarence S. Campbell Bowl


Final

New Jersey (4) vs. Dallas (2)
Date Away Home OT Score
May 30 Dallas New Jersey 7 – 3
June 1 Dallas New Jersey 2 – 1
June 3 New Jersey Dallas 2 – 1
June 5 New Jersey Dallas 3 – 1
June 8 Dallas New Jersey 3OT 1 – 0
June 10 New Jersey Dallas 2OT 2 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4–2 and the Stanley Cup
Scott Stevens (New Jersey) wins Conn Smythe Trophy


NHL awards

Presidents' Trophy: St. Louis Blues
Prince of Wales Trophy: New Jersey Devils
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl: Dallas Stars
Art Ross Trophy: Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy: Ken Daneyko, New Jersey Devils
Calder Memorial Trophy: Scott Gomez, New Jersey Devils
Frank J. Selke Trophy: Steve Yzerman, Detroit Red Wings
Hart Memorial Trophy: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues
Conn Smythe Trophy: Scott Stevens, New Jersey Devils
Jack Adams Award: Joel Quenneville, St. Louis Blues
James Norris Memorial Trophy: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues
King Clancy Memorial Trophy: Curtis Joseph, Toronto Maple Leafs
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy: Pavol Demitra, St. Louis Blues
Lester B. Pearson Award: Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins
Lester Patrick Trophy: Mario Lemieux, Craig Patrick, Lou Vairo
Maurice 'Rocket' Richard Trophy Pavel Bure, Florida Panthers
NHL Plus/Minus Award: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award: Ed Belfour, Dallas Stars
Vezina Trophy: Olaf Kolzig, Washington Capitals
William M. Jennings Trophy: Roman Turek, St. Louis Blues


All-Star teams

First team   Position   Second team
Olaf Kolzig, Washington Capitals G Roman Turek, St. Louis Blues
Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues D Rob Blake, Los Angeles Kings
Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit Red Wings D Eric Desjardins, Philadelphia Flyers
Steve Yzerman, Detroit Red Wings C Mike Modano, Dallas Stars
Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins RW Pavel Bure, Florida Panthers
Brendan Shanahan, Detroit Red Wings LW Paul Kariya, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim


Debuts

The following is a list of players of note who played their first NHL game in 1999–2000 (listed with their first team, asterisk(*) marks debut in playoffs):

Last games

The following is a list of players of note that played their last game in the NHL in 1999–2000 (listed with their last team):

2000 trading deadline

Trading deadline: March 14, 2000.

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