1998-99 NHL Season Standings

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1998-99 NHL Season Summary

Who won the 1998-99 Stanley Cup?

The 1998-99 Stanley Cup Finals winner was the Dallas Stars, who defeated the Buffalo Sabres in 6 games. The final game was on on Jun 19, 1999, in which the Stars won 2-1 on the road.

When was the 1998-99 Stanley Cup Finals?

The 1998-99 Stanley Cup Finals started on Jun 8, 1999 and ended on Jun 19, 1999, lasting 6 games.

Which NHL team had the best regular season record in 1998-99?

The Dallas Stars had the best regular season record in the 1998-99 NHL season at 51-19-12.

Which NHL team had the best goal differential in the 1998-99 regular season?

The Dallas Stars had the best goal differential in the 1998-99 regular season at +68 goals.

Which NHL team had the worst goal differential in the 1998-99 regular season?

The Tampa Bay Lightning had the worst goal differential in the 1998-99 regular season at -113 goals.

Which NHL team had the most goals per game in the 1998-99 regular season?

The Toronto Maple Leafs had the most goals per game in the 1998-99 regular season at 3.27 GPG.

Which NHL team allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1998-99 regular season?

The Dallas Stars allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1998-99 regular season at 2.05 goals allowed per game.

Which NHL team was the last undefeated team in the 1998-99 season?

The last undefeated team in the 1998-99 NHL season was the Florida Panthers, who started the season with a 2-0-2 record. The streak ended with a 0-5 loss against the Vancouver Canucks on Oct 23, 1998.

1998-99 NHL Standings

Team Record Streak GPG GPG Allowed Goal Differential Playoff Result
1 Dallas Stars 51-19-12 L2 2.88 2.05 +68 Won Final
2 New Jersey Devils 47-24-11 W3 3.02 2.39 +52 Lost First Round
3 Ottawa Senators 44-23-15 T2 2.91 2.18 +60 Lost First Round
4 Colorado Avalanche 44-28-10 W1 2.91 2.50 +34 Lost Conf Finals
5 Toronto Maple Leafs 45-30-7 L1 3.27 2.82 +37 Lost Conf Finals
6 Detroit Red Wings 43-32-7 L1 2.99 2.46 +43 Lost Conf Semi
Philadelphia Flyers 37-26-19 W1 2.82 2.39 +35 Lost First Round
8 Boston Bruins 39-30-13 L1 2.61 2.21 +33 Lost Conf Semi
Buffalo Sabres 37-28-17 W1 2.52 2.13 +32 Lost Final
10 Phoenix Coyotes 39-31-12 W1 2.50 2.40 +8 Lost First Round
Pittsburgh Penguins 38-30-14 W1 2.95 2.74 +17 Lost Conf Semi
12 St. Louis Blues 37-32-13 W3 2.89 2.55 +28 Lost Conf Semi
13 Carolina Hurricanes 34-30-18 T2 2.56 2.46 +8 Lost First Round
14 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 35-34-13 T1 2.62 2.51 +9 Lost First Round
15 San Jose Sharks 31-33-18 T1 2.39 2.33 +5 Lost First Round
16 Edmonton Oilers 33-37-12 W3 2.80 2.76 +4 Lost First Round
Florida Panthers 30-34-18 W3 2.56 2.78 -18
18 New York Rangers 33-38-11 L1 2.65 2.77 -10
19 Montreal Canadiens 32-39-11 W1 2.24 2.55 -25
20 Calgary Flames 30-40-12 L1 2.57 2.85 -23
21 Chicago Blackhawks 29-41-12 W6 2.46 3.02 -46
22 Los Angeles Kings 32-45-5 L1 2.30 2.71 -33
23 Washington Capitals 31-45-6 L6 2.44 2.66 -18
24 Nashville Predators 28-47-7 L4 2.32 3.18 -71
25 New York Islanders 24-48-10 W1 2.37 2.98 -50
Vancouver Canucks 23-47-12 L1 2.34 3.15 -66
27 Tampa Bay Lightning 19-54-9 L1 2.18 3.56 -113

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