2000-01 United States Hockey League


The 2000-01 season was the United States Hockey League's 22nd, and 13 teams competed in the league that year. The Omaha Lancers won the 2000-01 USHL championship.

2000-01 United States Hockey League Standings
2000-01 United States Hockey League League Leaders

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (30-21-5) - Roster | Statistics
Chicago Steel (21-30-5) - Roster | Statistics
Des Moines Buccaneers (32-21-3) - Roster | Statistics
Dubuque Fighting Saints (15-37-4) - Roster | Statistics
Green Bay Gamblers (32-13-11) - Roster | Statistics
Lincoln Stars (43-7-6) - Roster | Statistics
Omaha Lancers (35-15-6) - Roster | Statistics
Rochester Mustangs (11-42-3) - Roster | Statistics
Sioux City Musketeers (27-22-7) - Roster | Statistics
Sioux Falls Stampede (40-14-2) - Roster | Statistics
Tri-City Storm (27-21-8) - Roster | Statistics
U.S. Junior National Team (10-8-6) - Roster | Statistics
Waterloo Black Hawks (25-29-2) - Roster | Statistics


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