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The 1990-91 ECHL season was the 3rd season of the ECHL. In 1990, the league welcomed three new franchises: Cincinnati Cyclones, Louisville Icehawks, and Richmond Renegades. The Virginia Lancers franchise was renamed the Roanoke Valley Rebels. The 11 teams played 64 games in the schedule. The Knoxville Cherokees finished first overall in the regular season. The Hampton Roads Admirals won their first Riley Cup championship.
With the league expanded to 11 teams, the league was realigned to include two separate divisions, East and West.
- Cincinnati Cyclones
- Greensboro Monarchs
- Knoxville Cherokees
- Louisville Icehawks
- Nashville Knights
- Winston-Salem Thunderbirds
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Green shade = Clinched playoff spot, Blue shade = Clinched division
|Hampton Roads Admirals||64||38||20||6||82||300||248|
|Roanoke Valley Rebels||64||26||31||7||59||218||295|
Riley Cup playoffs Edit
|Divisional Semifinals |
|Division Finals |
|Riley Cup Finals |
- E is short for East Division
- W is short for West Division
- See also: ECHL awards
|Jack Riley Cup:||Hampton Roads Admirals|
|Henry Brabham Cup:||Knoxville Cherokees|
|John Brophy Award:||Don Jackson (Knoxville)|
|ECHL Most Valuable Player:||Stan Drulia (Knoxville)|
|Riley Cup Playoffs Most Valuable Player:||Dave Flanagan / Dave Gagnon (Hampton Roads)|
|ECHL Rookie of the Year:||Dan Gauthier (Knoxville)|
|Defenseman of the Year:||Brett McDonald (Nashville)|
|Leading Scorer:||Stan Drulia (Knoxville)|
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