Turner Cup Finals
| ||W-L||GF||Leading Scorers|
| ||Orlando||4-1||20||Beaufait (1-5–6)|
& Mason (1-5–6)
| ||Chicago||1-4||8||Maltais (2-2–4)|
|May 19||Orlando, 7-2||at Orlando|
|May 20||Orlando, 5-1||at Orlando|
|May 23||Chicago, 3-1||at Chicago|
|May 25||Orlando, 2-1 (OT)||at Chicago|
|May 26||Orlando, 5-1||at Orlando|
Note: The IHL ceased its operations after the 2000-01 season. Six teams—Chicago, Grand Rapids, Houston, Manitoba, Milwaukee, and Utah—will join the AHL beginning in 2001-02.
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