1998–99 CHL season

The 1998–99 CHL season was the seventh season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

1998–99 CHL season
LeagueCentral Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Regular season
Adams’ CupOklahoma City Blazers
Season MVPDerek Puppa (Huntsville)
Top scorerDerek Grant (Memphis)
ChampionsHuntsville Channel Cats
  Runners-upOklahoma City Blazers

Regular season

Division standings

Eastern Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Huntsville Channel Cats704719431025198
Columbus Cottonmouths704121827621091
Memphis RiverKings703627731330779
Macon Whoopee703625924123379
Fayetteville Force703527826728578
Western Division GP W L SOL GF GA Pts
Oklahoma City Blazers7049192322203100
San Antonio Iguanas703726728628381
Wichita Thunder7034261025726278
Topeka Scarecrows702838418925160
Fort Worth Fire702243524532249
Tulsa Oilers702041926136049

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


Playoff bracket

Quarter Finals Semi-Finals Championships
1 Huntsville 3
4 Macon 0
1 Huntsville 4
2 Columbus 2
2 Columbus 3
3 Memphis 1
1 Huntsville 4
1 Oklahoma City 2
1 Oklahoma City 3
4 Topeka 0
1 Oklahoma City 4
2 San Antonio 0
2 San Antonio 3
3 Wichita 1

CHL awards

Ray Miron Cup:Huntsville Channel Cats
Adams Cup:Oklahoma City Blazers
Coach of the Year:Chris Stewart (Huntsville)
Most Valuable Player:Derek Puppa (Huntsville)
Playoff Most Valuable Player:Derek Puppa (Huntsville)
Most Outstanding Goaltender:Jean-Ian Filiatrault (Oklahoma City)
Most Outstanding DefensemanIgors Bondarevs (Huntsville)
Rookie of the YearJohnny Brdarovic (San Antonio)
Scoring ChampionDerek Grant (Memphis)
Community Service AwardMike Berger (Tulsa)
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