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This is the North American Hockey League 1998-99 season.

Frachise changesEdit

The Gaylord Grizzlies relocated to Grand Rapids, Michigan and were renamed the Grand Rapids Bearcats.


StandingsEdit

Though not distinguished in the standings, the North Division was made up of Cleveland, Compuware, Grand Rapids and Soo, while the South Division was made up of Chicago Danville, St. Louis, and Springfield.

Team                          GP    W    L   OTL SOL   GF    GA     P
Detroit Compuware Ambassadors 56    39   11   0   6    214   147    84
Soo Indians                   56    37   18   0   1    200   152    75
St. Louis Sting               56    34   16   0   6    211   180    74
Springfield Jr. Blues         56    32   20   0   4    196   153    68
Chicago Freeze                56    28   24   0   4    189   178    60
Grand Rapids Bearcats         56    27   29   0   0    175   197    54
Cleveland Jr. Barons          56    21   31   0   4    182   232    46
Danville Wings                56    17   34   0   5    163   217    39
US National Under-18 Team     56    17   37   0   2    159   233    36

Robertson Cup PlayoffsEdit

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Compuware defeated Cleveland 2 games to none (5-3, 7-2)
  • Soo defeated Grand Rapids 2 games to none (3-0, 7-2)
  • St. Louis defeated Danville 2 games to 1 (4-5, 1-5, 4-0)
  • Springfield defeated Chicago 2 games to 1 (7-1, 1-5, 3-1)

SemifinalsEdit

  • Compuware defeated Soo 2 games to none (5-2, 3-1)
  • St. Louis defeated Springfield 2 games to 1 (3-2, 2-6, 3-0)

FinalEdit

  • Compuware defeated St. Louis 3 games to none (7-4, 5-1, 4-0)

The Detroit Compuware Ambassadors won the Robertson Cup.

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