The NHL's Southeast Division was formed in 1998 as part of the Eastern Conference due to expansion.
The Southeast Division is the only one of the six divisions that does not have a precursor from the Wales/Campbell conference era (1974 through 1993).
Template:2010–11 NHL Southeast Division standings
- Carolina Hurricanes (from the Northeast Division)
- Florida Panthers (from the Atlantic Division)
- Tampa Bay Lightning (from the Atlantic Division)
- Washington Capitals (from the Atlantic Division)
- Atlanta Thrashers (joined the NHL as an expansion team in the 1999–2000 season)
- Carolina Hurricanes
- Florida Panthers
- Tampa Bay Lightning
- Washington Capitals
- 1998–99 - Carolina Hurricanes (34–30–18, 86 pts)
- 1999–00 - Washington Capitals (44–24–12–2, 102 pts)
- 2000–01 - Washington Capitals (41–27–10–4, 96 pts)
- 2001–02 - Carolina Hurricanes (35–26–16–5, 91 pts)
- 2002–03 - Tampa Bay Lightning (36–25–16–5, 93 pts)
- 2003–04 - Tampa Bay Lightning (46–22–8–6, 106 pts)
- 2004–05 - no season (NHL Lockout)
- 2005–06 - Carolina Hurricanes (52–22–8, 112 pts)
- 2006–07 - Atlanta Thrashers (43–28–11, 97 pts)
- 2007–08 - Washington Capitals (43–31–8, 94 pts)
- 2008–09 - Washington Capitals (50–24–8, 108 pts)
- 2009–10 - Washington Capitals (54–15–13, 121 pts)
Stanley Cup winners producedEdit
Southeast Division titles won by teamEdit
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