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1999–2000 Edmonton Oilers · NHL
Division 2nd Northwest
Conference 7th Western
1999–2000 record 32–26–16–8
Home record 18–11–9–3
Road record 14–15–7–5
Goals for 226 (15th)
Goals against 212 (12th)
General Manager Glen Sather
Coach Kevin Lowe
Captain Doug Weight
Alternate captains Bill Guerin
Jason Smith
Arena Skyreach Centre
Average attendance 15,802 (92.4%)
Team leaders
Goals Ryan Smyth (28)
Assists Doug Weight (51)
Points Doug Weight (72)
Penalties in minutes Sean Brown (192)
Wins Tommy Salo (27)
Goals against average Tommy Salo (2.33)

The 1999–2000 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 21st season in the NHL, and they were coming off a 33–37–12 record in 1998–99, earning their 3rd straight playoff appearance, however, they would be swept in the first round by the eventual Stanley Cup champions, the Dallas Stars.

The Oilers would not bring back head coach Ron Low, who had been with the team since 1995, and hire former Oilers defenceman Kevin Lowe as his replacement. Lowe played with Edmonton from 1979–1992, and then again from 1996–1998, winning 5 cups with the team, and scored the first NHL goal in Oilers history.

Edmonton would see their win total drop to 32, however, they would earn 88 points, the teams highest point total since the Stanley Cup winning 1989–90 season, and qualify for the playoffs for the 4th straight season, finishing in 7th place in the Western Conference.

Offensively, newly named captain, Doug Weight, would rebound from his injury plagued 1998–99 season, and lead the club with 51 assists and 72 points. Ryan Smyth would be the Oilers goal scoring leader with 28 goals. Alexander Selivanov would score 27 goals and 47 points in his first full season with the Oilers, while Bill Guerin would score 24 goals. Defenceman Roman Hamrlik would lead the blueline with 45 points, while 2nd year player Tom Poti would score 9 goals and earn 35 points. Sean Brown would once again lead the club in penalty minutes with 192.

In goal, Tommy Salo would get the bulk of the action, winning 27 games, while recording a GAA of 2.33, and earn 2 shutouts along the way.

The Oilers would open the playoffs against the Dallas Stars, and this would make the 4th straight season that these teams would face each other. The Stars finished in 2nd place in the Western Conference with 102 points, 14 points higher than the Oilers. The Stars would get a 2–0 series lead by winning both games in Dallas, however, the Oilers would cut the lead in half with a solid 5–2 victory in game 3 at Skyreach Centre. Dallas would win game 4 by a 3–1 score, then finish off the series in game 5 at Dallas, ending the Oilers season for the 3rd year in a row.

Season standingsEdit

Northwest Division GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Colorado Avalanche 82 42 28 11 1 233 201 96
Edmonton Oilers 82 32 26 16 8 226 212 88
Vancouver Canucks 82 30 29 15 8 227 237 83
Calgary Flames 82 31 36 10 5 211 256 77

Game logEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Pts
1 October 1 New York Rangers 1–1 Edmonton Oilers 0–0–1–0 1
2 October 6 Montreal Canadiens 1–2 Edmonton Oilers 1–0–1–0 3
3 October 7 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 San Jose Sharks 1–0–1–1 4
4 October 9 St. Louis Blues 4–2 Edmonton Oilers 1–1–1–1 4
5 October 13 Carolina Hurricanes 3–3 Edmonton Oilers 1–1–2–1 5
6 October 16 Los Angeles Kings 4–5 Edmonton Oilers 2–1–2–1 7
7 October 20 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 Dallas Stars 2–2–2–1 7
8 October 21 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 St. Louis Blues 2–2–2–2 8
9 October 23 Edmonton Oilers 3–4 Nashville Predators 2–3–2–2 8
10 October 26 Phoenix Coyotes 1–3 Edmonton Oilers 3–3–2–2 10
11 October 31 Nashville Predators 2–4 Edmonton Oilers 4–3–2–2 12
12 November 3 Florida Panthers 3–3 Edmonton Oilers 4–3–3–2 13
13 November 5 St. Louis Blues 2–1 Edmonton Oilers 4–4–3–2 13
14 November 7 Edmonton Oilers 1–3 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 4–5–3–2 13
15 November 9 Edmonton Oilers 1–1 Los Angeles Kings 4–5–4–2 14
16 November 10 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 Phoenix Coyotes 4–5–4–3 15
17 November 12 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 St. Louis Blues 4–5–5–3 16
18 November 14 Edmonton Oilers 6–3 Chicago Blackhawks 5–5–5–3 18
19 November 20 Detroit Red Wings 1–2 Edmonton Oilers 6–5–5–3 20
20 November 21 New York Islanders 4–4 Edmonton Oilers 6–5–6–3 21
21 November 24 Chicago Blackhawks 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 6–6–6–3 21
22 November 26 Edmonton Oilers 2–4 Detroit Red Wings 6–7–6–3 21
23 November 27 Edmonton Oilers 2–5 Toronto Maple Leafs 6–8–6–3 21
24 December 1 Colorado Avalanche 1–3 Edmonton Oilers 7–8–6–3 23
25 December 2 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Vancouver Canucks 7–8–6–4 24
26 December 4 Vancouver Canucks 2–3 Edmonton Oilers 8–8–6–4 26
27 December 6 Edmonton Oilers 1–5 Chicago Blackhawks 8–9–6–4 26
28 December 8 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 New York Rangers 8–9–6–5 27
29 December 9 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 Boston Bruins 8–9–7–5 28
30 December 11 Edmonton Oilers 3–1 New Jersey Devils 9–9–7–5 30
31 December 14 Edmonton Oilers 4–2 New York Islanders 10–9–7–5 32
32 December 15 Edmonton Oilers 1–5 Detroit Red Wings 10–10–7–5 32
33 December 17 Dallas Stars 2–2 Edmonton Oilers 10–10–8–5 33
34 December 19 Ottawa Senators 3–3 Edmonton Oilers 10–10–9–5 34
35 December 21 Washington Capitals 2–6 Edmonton Oilers 11–10–9–5 36
36 December 23 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 Calgary Flames 11–11–9–5 36
37 December 27 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1–4 Edmonton Oilers 12–11–9–5 38
38 December 30 Edmonton Oilers 2–8 Los Angeles Kings 12–12–9–5 38
39 January 1 Edmonton Oilers 5–4 Phoenix Coyotes 13–12–9–5 40
40 January 3 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 Colorado Avalanche 13–12–10–5 41
41 January 5 San Jose Sharks 1–1 Edmonton Oilers 13–12–11–5 42
42 January 7 Tampa Bay Lightning 1–5 Edmonton Oilers 14–12–11–5 44
43 January 11 Dallas Stars 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 14–13–11–5 44
44 January 14 Toronto Maple Leafs 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 14–13–11–6 45
45 January 16 Detroit Red Wings 3–3 Edmonton Oilers 14–13–12–6 46
46 January 19 Calgary Flames 0–7 Edmonton Oilers 15–13–12–6 48
47 January 22 Vancouver Canucks 3–3 Edmonton Oilers 15–13–13–6 49
48 January 24 Nashville Predators 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 15–13–13–7 50
49 January 25 Edmonton Oilers 5–4 Vancouver Canucks 16–13–13–7 52
50 January 28 Edmonton Oilers 7–3 Tampa Bay Lightning 17–13–13–7 54
51 January 29 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 Florida Panthers 17–14–13–7 54
52 January 31 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 Dallas Stars 17–15–13–7 54
53 February 2 Chicago Blackhawks 1–4 Edmonton Oilers 18–15–13–7 56
54 February 8 Edmonton Oilers 5–4 Montreal Canadiens 19–15–13–7 58
55 February 10 Edmonton Oilers 3–2 Philadelphia Flyers 20–15–13–7 60
56 February 11 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 Pittsburgh Penguins 20–15–14–7 61
57 February 13 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 Buffalo Sabres 20–15–15–7 62
58 February 15 Edmonton Oilers 2–1 Nashville Predators 21–15–15–7 64
59 February 18 Edmonton Oilers 2–4 Calgary Flames 21–16–15–7 64
60 February 19 Calgary Flames 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 21–16–15–8 65
61 February 21 Los Angeles Kings 3–6 Edmonton Oilers 22–16–15–8 67
62 February 23 Boston Bruins 2–3 Edmonton Oilers 23–16–15–8 69
63 February 25 Atlanta Thrashers 4–5 Edmonton Oilers 24–16–15–8 71
64 February 27 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 24–17–15–8 71
65 February 29 Edmonton Oilers 3–1 Colorado Avalanche 25–17–15–8 73
66 March 4 Pittsburgh Penguins 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 25–18–15–8 73
67 March 7 Toronto Maple Leafs 2–0 Edmonton Oilers 25–19–15–8 73
68 March 10 Colorado Avalanche 4–2 Edmonton Oilers 25–20–15–8 73
69 March 12 Edmonton Oilers 3–4 Nashville Predators 25–21–15–8 73
70 March 13 Edmonton Oilers 3–0 Atlanta Thrashers 26–21–15–8 75
71 March 15 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 Carolina Hurricanes 26–21–16–8 76
72 March 17 Ottawa Senators 2–4 Edmonton Oilers 27–21–16–8 78
73 March 19 Calgary Flames 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 27–22–16–8 78
74 March 22 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1–2 Edmonton Oilers 28–22–16–8 80
75 March 25 Vancouver Canucks 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 28–23–16–8 80
76 March 27 Edmonton Oilers 2–1 San Jose Sharks 29–23–16–8 82
77 March 29 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Colorado Avalanche 29–24–16–8 82
78 April 1 Phoenix Coyotes 3–4 Edmonton Oilers 30–24–16–8 84
79 April 3 San Jose Sharks 1–0 Edmonton Oilers 30–25–16–8 84
80 April 5 Colorado Avalanche 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 30–26–16–8 84
81 April 7 Edmonton Oilers 5–4 Vancouver Canucks 31–26–16–8 86
82 April 8 Edmonton Oilers 6–3 Calgary Flames 32–26–16–8 88

PlayoffsEdit

Dallas Stars 4, Edmonton Oilers 1Edit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 April 12 Edmonton Oilers 1–2 Dallas Stars 0–1
2 April 13 Edmonton Oilers 0–3 Dallas Stars 0–2
3 April 16 Dallas Stars 2–5 Edmonton Oilers 1–2
4 April 18 Dallas Stars 4–3 Edmonton Oilers 1–3
5 April 21 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Dallas Stars 1–4

Season statsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Doug Weight 77 21 51 72 54
Ryan Smyth 82 28 26 54 58
Alexander Selivanov 67 27 20 47 46
Bill Guerin 70 24 22 46 123
Roman Hamrlik 80 8 37 45 68

GoaltendingEdit

Player GP TOI W L T GA SO Save % GAA
Tommy Salo 70 4164 27 28 13 162 2 .914 2.33
Mike Minard 1 60 1 0 0 3 0 .917 3.00
Bill Ranford 16 785 4 6 3 47 0 .885 3.59

Playoff statsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Bill Guerin 5 3 2 5 9
Doug Weight 5 3 2 5 4
Jim Dowd 5 2 1 3 4
German Titov 5 1 1 2 0
Janne Niinimaa 5 0 2 2 2

GoaltendingEdit

Player GP TOI W L GA SO Save % GAA
Tommy Salo 5 297 1 4 14 0 .895 2.83

TransactionsEdit

TradesEdit

June 26, 1999 To Nashville Predators
Craig Millar
To Edmonton Oilers
3rd round pick in 1999 - Mike Comrie
November 30, 1999 To Phoenix Coyotes
Eric Houde
To Edmonton Oilers
Rob Murray
December 29, 1999 To Boston Bruins
Mike Matteucci
To Edmonton Oilers
Kay Whitmore
February 4, 2000 To Washington Capitals
*4th round pick in 2001 - Brandon Rogers
To Edmonton Oilers
Alexandre Volchkov
March 9, 2000 To Montreal Canadiens
Christian Laflamme
Matthieu Descoteaux
To Edmonton Oilers
Igor Ulanov
Alain Nasreddine
March 14, 2000 To Pittsburgh Penguins
Josef Beranek
To Edmonton Oilers
German Titov

*Later traded to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.

Free agentsEdit

Player Former team Contract terms
G Bill Ranford Detroit Red Wings 1 year, $0.455 million
F Eric Houde Montreal Canadiens 2 years,
D Bert Robertsson Vancouver Canucks 1 year,
F Brian Swanson New York Rangers 2 years, $1.05 million
F Michel Picard St. Louis Blues 1 year,
F Kevin Brown New York Rangers 1 year,
Player New team
G Steve Passmore Chicago Blackhawks
F Bill Huard Los Angeles Kings
F Jeff Daw Chicago Blackhawks
F Chris Ferraro New York Islanders
F Joe Hulbig Boston Bruins
F Daniel Lacroix New York Islanders
F Jason Bowen Colorado Avalanche
D Ian Herbers Tampa Bay Lightning
G Bob Essensa Phoenix Coyotes
D Marty McSorley Boston Bruins

Draft picksEdit

Edmonton's draft picks at the 1999 NHL Entry Draft

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
113 Jani Rita Flag of Finland Finland Jokerit (SM-liiga)
236 Alexei Semenov Flag of Russia Russia Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
241 Tony Salmelainen Flag of Finland Finland HIFK (SM-liiga)
381 Adam Hauser Flag of the United States United States University of Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA)
391 Mike Comrie Flag of Canada.svg Canada University of Michigan Wolverines (NCAA)
5139 Jonathan Fauteux Flag of Canada.svg Canada Val-d'Or Foreurs (QMJHL)
6171 Chris Legg Flag of Canada.svg Canada London Nationals (JR.B)
7199 Christian Chartier Flag of Canada.svg Canada Saskatoon Blades (WHL)
9256 Tomas Groschl Flag of Hungary Hungary Leksands IF (Sweden)


ReferencesEdit


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