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Eastern Conference

Northeast Division

 WLTOLPtsGFGA
*Ottawa482194109274205
Buffalo46305198218184
Toronto372911590232207
Boston36308888227249
Montreal28408670206232
 Head Coaches: Ott—Jacques Martin (6th season); Buf—Lindy Ruff (4th); Tor—Pat Quinn (3rd); Bos—Pat Burns (4th; 3-4-1-0) was replaced by Mike Keenan (33-26-7-8) on Oct. 25; Mon—Alain Vigneault (4th; 5-13-2-0) was replaced by Michel Therrien (23-27-6-6) on Nov. 20.
 1999-00 Standings: 1. Toronto (45-30-7-3, 100 points); 2. Ottawa (41-30-11-2, 95 pts); 3. Buffalo (35-36-11-4, 85 pts); 4. Montreal (35-38-9-4, 83 pts); 5. Boston (24-39-19-6, 73 pts).

Atlantic Division

 WLTOLPtsGFGA
*New Jersey4819123111295195
Philadelphia4325113100240207
Pittsburgh42289396281256
NY Rangers33435172250290
NY Islanders21517352185268
 Head Coaches: NJ—Larry Robinson (2nd season); Phi—Craig Ramsey (2nd; 12-12-4-0) was replaced by asst. Bill Barber (31-13-7-3) on Dec. 10; Pit— Ivan Hlinka (1st); NYR—Ron Low (1st); NYI—Butch Goring (2nd; 17-40-5-3) was replaced on an interim basis by asst. Lorne Henning (4-11-2-0) on March 4.
 1999-00 Standings: 1. Philadelphia (45-25-12-3, 105 points); 2. New Jersey (45-29-8-5, 103 pts); 3. Pittsburgh (37-37-6-8, 88 pts); 4. NY Rangers (29-41-12-3, 73 pts); 5. NY Islanders (24-49-9-1, 58 pts).

Southeast Division

 WLTOLPtsGFGA
*Washington412710496233211
Carolina38329388212225
Florida223813966200246
Atlanta234512260211289
Tampa Bay24476559201280
 Head Coaches: Wash—Ron Wilson (4th season); Car—Paul Maurice (6th); Fla—Terry Murray (3rd; 6-18-7-5) was replaced by Duane Sutter (16-20-6-4) on Dec. 28; Atl—Curt Fraser (2nd); TB—Steve Ludzik (2nd; 12-20-5-2) was replaced by asst. John Tortorella (12-27-1-3) on Jan. 6.
 1999-00 Standings: 1. Washington (44-26-12-2, 102 points); 2. Florida (43-33-6-6, 98 pts); 3. Carolina (37-35-10-0, 84 pts); 4. Tampa Bay (19-54-9-7, 54 pts); 5. Atlanta (14-61-7-4, 39 pts).

Division champions (*) and playoff qualifiers (†) are noted. T denotes any game that was tied after regulation play and a five-minute overtime period. OL signifies any game that was tied after regulation play but lost in overtime. They are each worth one point in the standings. Number of seasons listed after each head coach refers to current tenure with club through 2001-02 season.


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