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1998-99 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
1998-99
Season champions Adler Mannheim

The 1998-99 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season was the 5th season of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League).

Adler Mannheim continued their dominance in German ice-hockey and became the DEL Champion for the third time in row, winning a German title for the fourth time in their history. The league had only 14 teams, as the Kaufbeurer Adler and Düsseldorfer EG were forced out due to financial reasons.

Regular seasonEdit

The first 8 placed teams qualified for the playoffs.

Team GP W OTW OTL L GF:GA Points
1. Nürnberg Ice Tigers 52307215199:142106
2. Eisbären Berlin 52264517210:16391
3. Adler Mannheim 52245716208:18289
4. Frankfurt Lions 52255418184:16889
5. Kölner Haie 52219715182:15988
6. EV Landshut52218914163:14088
7. Krefeld Pinguine 52237418183:15987
8. Augsburger Panther 52228319175:16685
9. Kassel Huskies 52244420165:14584
10. Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 52194722195:21772
11. Hannover Scorpions 52183625175:19566
12. Starbulls Rosenheim 52156526169:21362
13. Berlin Capitals 52124828146:20552
14. Revierlöwen Oberhausen 52100339148:25433

GP = Games played, W = Win, OTW = Overtime Win, OTL = Overtime loss, L = Loss
    = Qualified for playoffs     = Season ended

Player Awards Edit

Category Name Team Record
Most points Martin Jiranek Nürnberg Ice Tigers 69 Points
Most goals Jan Alston Adler Mannheim 33 Goals
Most assists John Chabot Frankfurt Lions 52 Assists
Best goalie Petr Bříza EV Landshut 2.51 Goals-Against-Average
Best defender Chris Snell Frankfurt Lions 51 Points

Playoff Edit

The playoffs were played in a best-of-five mode.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1  Nürnberg Ice Tigers 3  
8  Augsburger Panther 2  
  1  Nürnberg Ice Tigers 3  
  4  Frankfurt Lions 0  
4  Frankfurt Lions 3
  5  Kölner Haie 2  
    1  Nürnberg Ice Tigers 2
  3  Adler Mannheim 3
  2  Eisbären Berlin 3  
7  Krefeld Pinguine 1  
2  Eisbären Berlin 1
  3  Adler Mannheim 3  
3  Adler Mannheim 3
  6  EV Landshut 0  

Quarterfinals Edit

The quarterfinals were played starting March 12, 1999.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Nürnberg Ice Tigers Augsburger Panther 3:2 5:4 5:6 OT 5:1 1:2 OT 2:1
Eisbären Berlin Krefeld Pinguine 3:1 3:2 2:4 5:4 OT 6:5 OT
Adler Mannheim EV Landshut 3:0 2:0 5:3 5:2
Frankfurt Lions Kölner Haie 3:2 5:4 1:2 5:2 2:3 OT 4:3 OT

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Semifinals Edit

The semifinals were played starting March 26, 1999. The regular season best placed team left played against the worst, and the second best vs. third best.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Nürnberg Ice Tigers Frankfurt Lions 3:0 5:1 3:2 2:1
Eisbären Berlin Adler Mannheim 1:3 2:4 0:6 2:1 OT 3:9

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Finals Edit

The finals were played starting April 18 with the Nürnberg Ice Tigers playing home first, due to better regular season placement.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Nürnberg Ice Tigers Adler Mannheim 2:3 2:1 OT 1:5 3:2 3:4 2:3

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

With the last game, Adler Mannheim continued their dominance in German ice-hockey and became the DEL Champion for the third time in row, winning a German title for the fourth time in their history.


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ReferencesEdit


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