1998-99 National Hockey League


The 1998-99 season was the National Hockey League's 82nd, and 27 teams competed in the league that year. The Dallas Stars won the 1998-99 championship.

1998-99 National Hockey League Standings
1998-99 National Hockey League League Leaders

Boston Bruins (39-30-13) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Buffalo Sabres (37-28-17) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Calgary Flames (30-40-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Carolina Hurricanes (34-30-18) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Chicago Blackhawks (29-41-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Colorado Avalanche (44-28-10) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Dallas Stars (51-19-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Detroit Red Wings (43-32-7) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Edmonton Oilers (33-37-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Florida Panthers (30-34-18) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Los Angeles Kings (32-45-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (35-34-13) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Montreal Canadiens (32-39-11) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Nashville Predators (28-47-7) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New Jersey Devils (47-24-11) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New York Islanders (24-48-10) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New York Rangers (33-38-11) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Ottawa Senators (44-23-15) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Philadelphia Flyers (37-26-19) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Phoenix Coyotes (39-31-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Pittsburgh Penguins (38-30-14) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
San Jose Sharks (31-33-18) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
St. Louis Blues (37-32-13) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Tampa Bay Lightning (19-54-9) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Toronto Maple Leafs (45-30-7) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Vancouver Canucks (23-47-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Washington Capitals (31-45-6) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


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1998-99 Award Winners


Milan Hejduk - All-Rookie
Chris Drury - All-Rookie
Jamie Storr - All-Rookie
Sami Salo - All-Rookie
Tom Poti - All-Rookie
Marian Hossa - All-Rookie
Jaromir Jagr - Art Ross
Chris Drury - Calder
Joe Nieuwendyk - Conn Smythe
Al MacInnis - First Team All-Star
Nicklas Lidstrom - First Team All-Star
Paul Kariya - First Team All-Star
Jaromir Jagr - First Team All-Star
Dominik Hasek - First Team All-Star
Peter Forsberg - First Team All-Star
Rob Ray - Foundation
Jaromir Jagr - Hart
Roman Turek - Jennings
Ed Belfour - Jennings
Rob Ray - King Clancy
Wayne Gretzky - Lady Byng
John Cullen - Masterton
Al MacInnis - Norris
Harry Sinden - Patrick
1998 U.S. Olympic Women's Hockey Team - Patrick
Jaromir Jagr - Pearson
John LeClair - Plus-Minus
Teemu Selanne - Richard
Byron Dafoe - Second Team All-Star
Raymond Bourque - Second Team All-Star
Alexei Yashin - Second Team All-Star
Teemu Selanne - Second Team All-Star
John LeClair - Second Team All-Star
Eric Desjardins - Second Team All-Star
Jere Lehtinen - Selke
Dominik Hasek - Vezina

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Schedule

Date Time (ET)
Fri, Dec 14 VEG 4 at NJ 5 Final
Fri, Dec 14 ARI 4 at NYR 3 Final
Fri, Dec 14 BOS 3 at PIT 5 Final
Fri, Dec 14 OTT 4 at DET 2 Final
Fri, Dec 14 WAS 6 at CAR 5 Final
Fri, Dec 14 COL 3 at STL 4 Final
Fri, Dec 14 WPG 4 at CHI 3 Final
Fri, Dec 14 PHI 1 at EDM 4 Final
Sat, Dec 15 CAL at MIN 1:30 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 ANA at CBS 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 BUF at WAS 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 LA at PIT 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 DET at NYI 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 TOR at FLO 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 OTT at MTL 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 NJ at NAS 8:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 DAL at COL 9:00 p.m.
Sat, Dec 15 PHI at VAN 10:00 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 VEG at NYR 12:30 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 ARI at CAR 1:00 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 CAL at STL 3:00 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 BUF at BOS 5:00 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 SJ at CHI 7:00 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 TB at WPG 7:00 p.m.
Sun, Dec 16 EDM at VAN 10:00 p.m.
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