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Western Conference

Central Division

WLRTTPtsGFGA
*St. Louis5120111114248165
Detroit4824210108278210
Chicago333921078242245
Nashville28477770199240
Head Coaches: St.L— Joel Quenneville (4th season); Det— Scotty Bowman (7th); Chi— Bob Pulford (1st, 28-25-0-6) replaced Lorne Molleken (5-14-2-4) on Dec. 2; Nash— Barry Trotz (2nd).
1998-99 Standings: 1. Detroit (43-32-7, 93 points); 2. St. Louis (37-32-13, 87 pts); 3. Chicago (29-41-12, 70 pts); 4. Nashville (28-47-7, 63 pts).

Northwest Division

WLRTTPtsGFGA
*Colorado422911196233201
Edmonton323481688226212
Vancouver303781583227237
Calgary314151077211256
Head Coaches: Col— Bob Hartley (2nd season); Edm— Kevin Lowe (1st); Van— Marc Crawford (2nd); Calg— Brian Sutter (3rd).
1998-99 Standings: 1. Colorado (44-28-10, 98 points); 2. Edmonton (33-37-12, 78 pts); 3. Calgary (30-40-12, 72 pts); 4. Vancouver (23-47-12, 58 pts).

Pacific Division

WLRTTPtsGFGA
*Dallas4329610102211184
Los Angeles393141294245228
Phoenix39354890232228
San Jose353771087225214
Anaheim343631283217227
Head Coaches: Dal— Ken Hitchcock (5th season); LA— Andy Murray (1st); Pho— Bob Francis (1st); SJ— Darryl Sutter (3rd); Ana— Craig Hartsburg (2nd).
1998-99 Standings: 1. Dallas (51-19-12, 114 points); 2. Phoenix (39-31-12, 90 pts); 3. Anaheim (35-34-13, 83 pts); 4. San Jose (31-33-18, 80 pts); 5. Los Angeles (32-45-5, 69 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 1999-2000 season.

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