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The NHL's Northwest Division was formed in 1998 as part of the Western Conference due to expansion. Like the Pacific Division, the Northwest Division is also a descendant of the former Smythe Division, as three of its Canadian teams played in that division from 19811993. The Northwest Division has the greatest distances between teams in the entire NHL.

Current standingsEdit

Template:2010–11 NHL Northwest Division standings

Division lineupsEdit

1998–2000Edit

  • Calgary Flames
  • Colorado Avalanche
  • Edmonton Oilers
  • Vancouver Canucks

Changes from the 1997–1998 seasonEdit

  • All teams move in from the Pacific Division

2000–presentEdit

  • Calgary Flames
  • Colorado Avalanche
  • Edmonton Oilers
  • Minnesota Wild
  • Vancouver Canucks

Changes from the 1998–1999 seasonEdit

  • The Minnesota Wild were announced as an expansion team to play their first game in the 2000–2001 season.

Northwest Division champions by yearEdit

Year Winner Points Seed Playoffs
1999 Colorado Avalanche 98 #2 Lost Western Conference Final to Dallas, 4–3
2000 Colorado Avalanche 96 #3 Lost Western Conference Final to Dallas, 4–3
2001 Colorado Avalanche 118 #1 Won Stanley Cup Final vs. New Jersey, 4–3
2002 Colorado Avalanche 99 #2 Lost Western Conference Final to Detroit. 4–3
2003 Colorado Avalanche 105 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Minnesota, 4–3
2004 Vancouver Canucks 101 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Calgary, 4–3
2005 None
2006 Calgary Flames 103 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Anaheim, 4–3
2007 Vancouver Canucks 105 #3 Lost Western Conf. Semifinals to Anaheim, 4–1
2008 Minnesota Wild 97 #3 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Colorado, 4–2
2009 Vancouver Canucks 100 #3 Lost Western Conf. Semifinals to Chicago, 4–2
2010 Vancouver Canucks 103 #3 Lost Western Conf. Semifinals to Chicago, 4–2

Other playoff teams producedEdit

Year Winner Points Points Back Seed Playoffs
1999 Edmonton Oilers 78 points 20 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–0
2000 Edmonton Oilers 88 points 8 #7 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–1
2001 Edmonton Oilers 93 points 25 #6 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–2
2001 Vancouver Canucks 94 points 5 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Colorado, 4–0
2002 Vancouver Canucks 90 points 28 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Detroit, 4–2
2003 Vancouver Canucks 104 points 1 #4 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to Minnesota, 4–3
2003 Edmonton Oilers 92 points 13 #8 Lost Western Conf. Quarter Final to Dallas, 4–2
2003 Minnesota Wild 95 points 10 #6 Lost Western Conference Final to Anaheim, 4–0
2004 Colorado Avalanche 100 points 1 #4 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to San Jose, 4–2
2004 Calgary Flames 94 points 8 #6 Lost Stanley Cup Final 4–3 to Tampa Bay
2006 Colorado Avalanche 95 points 8 #7 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to Anaheim, 4–0
2006 Edmonton Oilers 95 points 8 #8 Lost Stanley Cup Final to Carolina, 4–3
2007 Minnesota Wild 104 points 1 #7 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to Anaheim, 4–1
2007 Calgary Flames 96 points 9 #8 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to Detroit, 4–2
2008 Colorado Avalanche 95 points 3 #6 Lost Western Conference Semi-Final to Detroit, 4–0
2008 Calgary Flames 94 points 4 #7 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to San Jose, 4–3
2009 Calgary Flames 98 points 2 #5 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to Chicago, 4–2
2010 Colorado Avalanche 95 points 8 #8 Lost Western Conference Quarter-Final to San Jose, 4–2

Stanley Cup Winners producedEdit

Northwest Division titles won by teamEdit

Team Number of Championships Won Last Year Won
Colorado Avalanche 5 2003
Vancouver Canucks 4 2010
Calgary Flames 1 2006
Minnesota Wild 1 2008
Edmonton Oilers 0

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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