2006–07 CHL season

The 2006–07 CHL season was the 15th season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

2006–07 CHL season
LeagueCentral Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Regular season
Governors’ CupBossier-Shreveport
Season MVPJeff Christian (Youngstown)
Top scorerJeff Christian (Youngstown)
ChampionsColorado Eagles

Regular season

Division standings

Northeast Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs6444142421415594
Memphis RiverKings6439193322720884
Youngstown Steelhounds6434202823019978
Tulsa Oilers6427286322524663
Northwest Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
Colorado Eagles6446170125618293
Oklahoma City Blazers6435212621121478
Wichita Thunder6428280819121364
Rocky Mountain Rage6417404318025141
Southeast Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
Laredo Bucks6442173221917089
Corpus Christi Rayz6435224319616977
Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees6428284418520364
Austin Ice Bats6421295916921056
Southwest Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
New Mexico Scorpions6432243521221772
Arizona Sundogs6434281122921670
Amarillo Gorillas6432281320522068
Odessa Jackalopes6426314317620559
Lubbock Cotton Kings6424312717021757

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



The top six teams in each conference qualified for the playoffs. All series were best-of-seven. The highest seeded first round losing team advanced to the second round as a wild card team.

Playoff bracket

  Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semi-Finals Conference Final Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals
N1 Bossier-Shreveport 4  
N6 Wichita 2  
  N1 Bossier-Shreveport 1  
    N4 Memphis 4  
- - -
N4 Memphis -  
  N2 Colorado 4  
  N4 Memphis 2  
N2 Colorado 4  
N5 Youngstown 2  
  N2 Colorado 4
    N3 Oklahoma City 3  
N3 Memphis 3
N4 Oklahoma City 4  
  N2 Colorado 4
  S1 Laredo 2
S1 Laredo 4  
S6 Rio Grande Valley 1  
  S1 Laredo 4
    S4 Corpus Christi 1  
- - -
S4 Corpus Christi -  
  S1 Laredo 4
  S2 New Mexico 1  
S2 New Mexico 4  
S5 Amarillo 2  
  S2 New Mexico 4
    S3 Arizona 3  
S3 Corpus Christi 3
S4 Arizona 4  


Source:Central Hockey League Historical Award Winners[1]
  • Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Colorado Eagles
  • Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
  • Most Valuable Player - Jeff Christian, Youngstown
  • Most Outstanding Goaltender - John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport
  • Most Outstanding Defenseman - Brad Williamson, Colorado
  • Rookie of the Year - Cam Abbott, Bossier-Shreveport
  • Coach of the Year - Kevin McClelland, Memphis
  • Man of the Year - Riley Nelson, Colorado
  • Rick Kozuback Award - Marco Pietroniro, Arizona
  • Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Jeff Christian, Youngstown
  • Playoff Most Valuable Player - Greg Pankewicz, Colorado
  • All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (North) - Matt Medley, Tulsa
  • All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South) - Brent Zelenewich, Corpus Christi
  • Athletic Trainer of the Year – Mike Ermatinger, Youngstown
  • Equipment Manager of the Year– Brandon Rose, Oklahoma City

All-CHL Team

All-Rookie Team

  • Forward - Cam Abbott, Bossier-Shreveport
  • Forward - Bobby Chaumont, Laredo
  • Forward - Ryan McLeod, New Mexico
  • Defenseman - Alex Dunn, Odessa
  • Defenseman - Craig Strain, Colorado
  • Goaltender - John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport


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