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1999–2000 New Jersey Devils · NHL
Stanley Cup Champions
Eastern Conference Champions
Division 2nd Atlantic
Conference 2nd Eastern
1999–2000 record 45–24–8–5
Home record 28-9-3-1
Road record 17-15-5-4
Goals for 251
Goals against 203
General Manager Lou Lamoriello
Coach Robbie Ftorek (until March 23, 2000)
Larry Robinson
Captain Scott Stevens
Alternate captains Jason Arnott
Randy McKay
Arena Continental Airlines Arena
Average attendance  ?
Team leaders
Goals Patrik Elias (35)
Assists Scott Gomez (51)
Points Patrik Elias (72)
Penalties in minutes Krzysztof Oliwa (184)
Wins Martin Brodeur (43)
Goals against average Martin Brodeur (2.24)

The 1999–2000 New Jersey Devils season was the team's 18th season in the National Hockey League since the franchise relocated to New Jersey. After firing head coach Robbie Ftorek on March 23, the team won their second Stanley Cup championship.

Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

Atlantic Division
No. CR GP W L T OTL GF GA PIM Pts
11 Philadelphia Flyers 82 45 22 12 3 237 179 1233 105
24 New Jersey Devils 82 45 24 8 5 251 203 1313 103
37 Pittsburgh Penguins 82 37 31 8 6 241 236 1221 88
411 New York Rangers 82 29 38 12 3 218 246 916 73
513 New York Islanders 82 24 33 19 6 194 275 1376 58

Note: CR = Conference rank; GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; OTL=Overtime loss; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; PIM=Penalties in Minutes; Pts = Points
         Bolded teams qualified for the playoffs.

Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1WOctober 2, 19994–1 @ Atlanta Thrashers (1999–2000) 1–0–0–0
2LOctober 7, 19995–7 Pittsburgh Penguins (1999–2000) 1–1–0–0
3WOctober 9, 19991–0 Tampa Bay Lightning (1999–2000) 2–1–0–0
4TOctober 11, 19992–2 OT @ Ottawa Senators (1999–2000) 2–1–1–0
5WOctober 13, 19993–2 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1999–2000) 3–1–1–0
6WOctober 16, 19994–1 New York Islanders (1999–2000) 4–1–1–0
7LOctober 22, 19991–2 OT @ Dallas Stars (1999–2000) 4–1–1–1
8LOctober 23, 19991–3 @ St. Louis Blues (1999–2000) 4–2–1–1
9WOctober 27, 19992–1 St. Louis Blues (1999–2000) 5–2–1–1
10WOctober 29, 19994–2 @ Carolina Hurricanes (1999–2000) 6–2–1–1
11LOctober 30, 19993–5 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1999–2000) 6–3–1–1
12WNovember 3, 19993–2 Montreal Canadiens (1999–2000) 7–3–1–1
13LNovember 4, 19991–3 @ Boston Bruins (1999–2000) 7–4–1–1
14TNovember 6, 19993–3 OT Toronto Maple Leafs (1999–2000) 7–4–2–1
15WNovember 9, 19992–1 Philadelphia Flyers (1999–2000) 8–4–2–1
16WNovember 12, 19995–1 Atlanta Thrashers (1999–2000) 9–4–2–1
17LNovember 13, 19992–4 @ Washington Capitals (1999–2000) 9–5–2–1
18TNovember 17, 19992–2 OT Boston Bruins (1999–2000) 9–5–3–1
19WNovember 20, 19993–1 Ottawa Senators (1999–2000) 10–5–3–1
20WNovember 24, 19992–1 @ Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1999–2000) 11–5–3–1
21LNovember 25, 19992–4 @ Phoenix Coyotes (1999–2000) 11–6–3–1
22LNovember 28, 19993–4 OT @ San Jose Sharks (1999–2000) 11–6–3–2
23WDecember 1, 19993–2 New York Rangers (1999–2000) 12–6–3–2
24WDecember 3, 19997–4 Ottawa Senators (1999–2000) 13–6–3–2
25LDecember 4, 19992–4 Calgary Flames (1999–2000) 13–7–3–2
26WDecember 7, 19992–1 Pittsburgh Penguins (1999–2000) 14–7–3–2
27WDecember 9, 19994–0 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1999–2000) 15–7–3–2
28LDecember 11, 19991–3 Edmonton Oilers (1999–2000) 15–8–3–2
29WDecember 14, 19997–1 Los Angeles Kings (1999–2000) 16–8–3–2
30WDecember 16, 19992–1 @ Montreal Canadiens (1999–2000) 17–8–3–2
31WDecember 18, 19995–4 Washington Capitals (1999–2000) 18–8–3–2
32LDecember 19, 19993–5 @ New York Islanders (1999–2000) 18–9–3–2
33WDecember 22, 19993–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1999–2000) 19–9–3–2
34LDecember 23, 19991–4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1999–2000) 19–10–3–2
35TDecember 26, 19993–3 OT @ New York Rangers (1999–2000) 19–10–4–2
36WDecember 27, 19994–1 Buffalo Sabres (1999–2000) 20–10–4–2
37WDecember 29, 19995–4 OT Boston Bruins (1999–2000) 21–10–4–2
38TJanuary 1, 20002–2 OT @ Boston Bruins (1999–2000) 21–10–5–2
39WJanuary 3, 20004–3 OT @ Ottawa Senators (1999–2000) 22–10–5–2
40WJanuary 5, 20003–1 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1999–2000) 23–10–5–2
41WJanuary 6, 20006–3 @ Buffalo Sabres (1999–2000) 24–10–5–2
42WJanuary 8, 20004–3 Phoenix Coyotes (1999–2000) 25–10–5–2
43WJanuary 11, 20006–5 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1999–2000) 26–10–5–2
44LJanuary 14, 20002–3 OT Washington Capitals (1999–2000) 26–10–5–3
45WJanuary 15, 20004–1 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1999–2000) 27–10–5–3
46WJanuary 17, 20005–2 Carolina Hurricanes (1999–2000) 28–10–5–3
47WJanuary 19, 20004–1 Chicago Blackhawks (1999–2000) 29–10–5–3
48WJanuary 21, 20004–0 New York Islanders (1999–2000) 30–10–5–3
49WJanuary 26, 20003–2 @ Florida Panthers (1999–2000) 31–10–5–3
50LJanuary 28, 20003–4 OT @ Carolina Hurricanes (1999–2000) 31–10–5–4
51LJanuary 29, 20001–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1999–2000) 31–11–5–4
52WFebruary 2, 20003–1 @ New York Rangers (1999–2000) 32–11–5–4
53WFebruary 3, 20004–1 Nashville Predators (1999–2000) 33–11–5–4
54TFebruary 8, 20002–2 OT @ New York Rangers (1999–2000) 33–11–6–4
55WFebruary 9, 20004–1 New York Rangers (1999–2000) 34–11–6–4
56WFebruary 13, 20003–1 San Jose Sharks (1999–2000) 35–11–6–4
57WFebruary 15, 20004–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1999–2000) 36–11–6–4
58TFebruary 17, 20005–5 OT Colorado Avalanche (1999–2000) 36–11–7–4
59LFebruary 19, 20002–4 New York Islanders (1999–2000) 36–12–7–4
60LFebruary 21, 20002–3 @ Buffalo Sabres (1999–2000) 36–13–7–4
61LFebruary 24, 20002–3 OT @ Montreal Canadiens (1999–2000) 36–13–7–5
62LFebruary 25, 20001–3 Toronto Maple Leafs (1999–2000) 36–14–7–5
63WFebruary 27, 20003–0 Montreal Canadiens (1999–2000) 37–14–7–5
64WFebruary 29, 20002–1 @ Nashville Predators (1999–2000) 38–14–7–5
65LMarch 2, 20000–5 @ Colorado Avalanche (1999–2000) 38–15–7–5
66LMarch 4, 20002–4 @ Vancouver Canucks (1999–2000) 38–16–7–5
67TMarch 5, 20002–2 OT @ Calgary Flames (1999–2000) 38–16–8–5
68WMarch 10, 20009–0 @ Atlanta Thrashers (1999–2000) 39–16–8–5
69LMarch 11, 20002–4 @ Washington Capitals (1999–2000) 39–17–8–5
70WMarch 13, 20003–2 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1999–2000) 40–17–8–5
71LMarch 15, 20002–3 Dallas Stars (1999–2000) 40–18–8–5
72LMarch 17, 20001–3 Tampa Bay Lightning (1999–2000) 40–19–8–5
73WMarch 19, 20005–2 Florida Panthers (1999–2000) 41–19–8–5
74LMarch 21, 20000–5 Carolina Hurricanes (1999–2000) 41–20–8–5
75WMarch 24, 20008–2 @ New York Islanders (1999–2000) 42–20–8–5
76LMarch 25, 20003–5 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1999–2000) 42–21–8–5
77LMarch 28, 20002–3 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1999–2000) 42–22–8–5
78WMarch 31, 20006–0 Atlanta Thrashers (1999–2000) 43–22–8–5
79WApril 2, 20004–1 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1999–2000) 44–22–8–5
80LApril 3, 20002–5 @ Florida Panthers (1999–2000) 44–23–8–5
81LApril 6, 20000–5 Buffalo Sabres (1999–2000) 44–24–8–5
82WApril 8, 20002–1 OT Florida Panthers (1999–2000) 45–24–8–5

PlayoffsEdit

  • note that teams in bold were the winner of the game. Scores are listed winner-loser style, not away-home style

Eastern Conference Quarter-finalsEdit

New Jersey (4) vs. Florida (5)
Date Away Home Score
April 13 Florida New Jersey 4 – 3
April 16 Florida New Jersey 2 – 1
April 18 New Jersey Florida 2 – 1
April 20 New Jersey Florida 4 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4 – 0

Eastern Conference Semi-finalsEdit

Toronto (3) vs. New Jersey (4)
Date Away Home Score
April 27 New Jersey Toronto 2 – 1
April 29 New Jersey Toronto 1 – 0
May 1 Toronto New Jersey 5 – 1
May 3 Toronto New Jersey 3 – 2
May 6 New Jersey Toronto 4 – 3
May 8 Toronto New Jersey 3 – 0
New Jersey wins series 4 – 2

Eastern Conference FinalsEdit

Philadelphia (1) vs. New Jersey (4)
Date Away Home Score
May 14 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 16 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 3
May 18 Philadelphia New Jersey 4 – 2
May 20 Philadelphia New Jersey 3 – 1
May 22 New Jersey Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 24 Philadelphia New Jersey 2 – 1
May 26 New Jersey Philadelphia 2 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4 – 3 and Prince of Wales Trophy

Stanley Cup FinalsEdit

StanleyCupDevs1999-00Engraved

The New Jersey Devils' engraving on the Stanley Cup for their championship victory

New Jersey (4) vs. Dallas (2)
Date Away Home OT Score
May 30 Dallas New Jersey 7 – 3
June 1 Dallas New Jersey 2 – 1
June 3 New Jersey Dallas 2 – 1
June 5 New Jersey Dallas 3 – 1
June 8 Dallas New Jersey 3OT 1 – 0
June 10 New Jersey Dallas 2OT 2 – 1
New Jersey wins series 4 – 2 and the Stanley Cup
Scott Stevens (New Jersey) wins Conn Smythe Trophy

Player stats Edit

Regular seasonEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Elias, PatrikPatrik Elias LW 72 35 37 72 5816909
Gomez, ScottScott Gomez C 82 19 51 70 7814701
Sykora, PetrPetr Sykora RW 79 25 43 68 2624514
Arnott, JasonJason Arnott C 76 22 34 56 5122704
Holik, BobbyBobby Holik C 79 23 23 46 1067704
McKay, RandyRandy McKay RW 67 16 23 39 808304
Lemieux, ClaudeClaude Lemieux RW 70 17 21 38 86-3703
Niedermayer, ScottScott Niedermayer D 71 7 31 38 4819100
Rafalski, BrianBrian Rafalski D 75 5 27 32 2821101
Stevens, ScottScott Stevens D 78 8 21 29 10330011
Nemchinov, SergeiSergei Nemchinov LW 53 10 16 26 181011
Morrison, BrendanBrendan Morrison C 44 5 21 26 88201
Madden, JohnJohn Madden C 74 16 9 25 67063
Brylin, SergeiSergei Brylin LW 64 9 11 20 200101
Oliwa, KrzysztofKrzysztof Oliwa LW 69 6 10 16 184-2102
Odelein, LyleLyle Odelein D 57 1 15 16 104-10001
Pandolfo, JayJay Pandolfo LW 71 7 8 15 40000
Souray, SheldonSheldon Souray D 52 0 8 8 70-6000
Sharifijanov, VadimVadim Sharifijanov LW 20 3 4 7 8-6000
Mogilny, AlexanderAlexander Mogilny RW 12 3 3 6 4-4200
Pederson, DenisDenis Pederson C/RW 35 3 3 6 16-7000
Daneyko, KenKen Daneyko D 78 0 6 6 9813000
Brodeur, MartinMartin Brodeur G 72 1 4 5 160001
Malakhov, VladimirVladimir Malakhov D 17 1 4 5 191101
Bombardir, BradBrad Bombardir D 32 3 1 4 6-6000
Rolston, BrianBrian Rolston C/RW 11 3 1 4 0-2102
White, ColinColin White D 21 2 1 3 403001
Sutton, KenKen Sutton D 6 0 2 2 22000
Quint, DeronDeron Quint D 4 1 0 1 2-2000
Bertrand, EricEric Bertrand LW 4 0 0 0 0-1000
Kelly, SteveSteve Kelly C 1 0 0 0 00000
Mitchell, WillieWillie Mitchell D 2 0 0 0 01000
Terreri, ChrisChris Terreri G 12 0 0 0 20000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T/OT GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Brodeur, MartinMartin Brodeur 4312 72 43 20 8 161 2.24 617971636.910
Terreri, ChrisChris Terreri 649 12 2 9 0 37 3.42 0299262.876
Team: 4961 82 45 29 8 198 2.39 620961898.906

PlayoffsEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM PPG SHG GWG
Arnott, JasonJason Arnott C 23 8 12 20 18301
Elias, PatrikPatrik Elias LW 23 7 13 20 9211
Sykora, PetrPetr Sykora RW 23 9 8 17 10103
Stevens, ScottScott Stevens D 23 3 8 11 6002
Gomez, ScottScott Gomez C 23 4 6 10 4102
Lemieux, ClaudeClaude Lemieux RW 23 4 6 10 28100
Holik, BobbyBobby Holik C 23 3 7 10 14001
Brylin, SergeiSergei Brylin LW 17 3 5 8 0000
Rafalski, BrianBrian Rafalski D 23 2 6 8 8001
Niedermayer, ScottScott Niedermayer D 22 5 2 7 10021
Mogilny, AlexanderAlexander Mogilny RW 23 4 3 7 4201
Madden, JohnJohn Madden C 20 3 4 7 0012
White, ColinColin White D 23 1 5 6 18001
McKay, RandyRandy McKay RW 23 0 6 6 9000
Nemchinov, SergeiSergei Nemchinov LW 21 3 2 5 2100
Malakhov, VladimirVladimir Malakhov D 23 1 4 5 18100
Pandolfo, JayJay Pandolfo LW 23 0 5 5 0000
Daneyko, KenKen Daneyko D 23 1 2 3 14000
Bombardir, BradBrad Bombardir D 1 0 0 0 0000
Brodeur, MartinMartin Brodeur G 23 0 0 0 10000
Brule, SteveSteve Brule RW 1 0 0 0 0000
Kelly, SteveSteve Kelly C 10 0 0 0 4000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Brodeur, MartinMartin Brodeur 1450 23 16 7 39 1.61 2537498.927
Team: 1450 23 16 7 39 1.61 2537498.927

[1]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals
      MIN = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T/OT = Ties/overtime losses; GA = Goals against; GAA = Goals against average; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots against; SV = Shots saved; SV% = Save percentage;

Awards and recordsEdit

RecordsEdit

MilestonesEdit

Draft picksEdit

The Devils' draft picks at the 1999 NHL Entry Draft at the FleetCenter in Boston, Massachusetts.

Rd # Pick # Player Nat Pos Team (League) Notes
1 27 Ari Ahonen Flag of Finland Finland G JYP (SM-liiga)
2 42 Mike Commodore Flag of Canada Canada D University of North Dakota (WCHA) [2]
2 50 Brett Clouthier Flag of Canada Canada LW Kingston Frontenacs (OHL) [3]
3 95 Andre Lakos Flag of Australia Australia D Barrie Colts (OHL) [4]
4 100 Teemu Kesa Flag of Finland Finland D Ilves Jr. (SM-liiga) [5]
5 155 No fifth-round pick[6]
6 185 Scott Cameron Flag of Canada Canada LW Barrie Colts (OHL)
7 214 Chris Hartsburg Flag of the United States United States of America C Colorado College (WCHA)
8 242 Justin Dziama Flag of the United States United States of America F Noble and Greenough School (Massachusetts Independent School League)
9 270 No ninth-round pick[7]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1999-00 New Jersey Devils Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-02.
  2. The Devils traded their original 1999 second-round pick (used on Stepan Mokhov) to Chicago for Chris Terreri on August 25, 1998. No source exists to indicate where the Devils acquired the pick used on Commodore.
  3. The Devils acquired the 1999 second-round pick along with Ken Sutton from St. Louis for Mike Peluso and Ricard Persson on November 26, 1996.
  4. The Devils had originally traded this pick to Toronto when they acquired Dave Andreychuk, but got it back (along with Dave Ellett and Doug Gilmour) in a later deal with Toronto in exchange for Jason Smith, Steve Sullivan, and the rights to Alyn McCauley.
  5. The Devils traded their original 1999 fourth-round pick (later transferred to Los Angeles and used on Daniel Johansson) to New York (I) for Sergei Nemchinov on March 22, 1999. No source exists to indicate where the Devils acquired the pick used on Kesa.
  6. The Devils traded their 1999 fifth-round pick (used on Niko Dimitrakos) to San Jose for Ken Sutton on August 26, 1998.
  7. The Devils traded their 1999 ninth-round pick (used on James Desmarais), along with Chris McAlpine, to St. Louis for Peter Zezel on February 11, 1997.
New Jersey Devils
Team Kansas City ScoutsColorado RockiesPlayersAward WinnersSeasonsRecordsDraft picks • • Continental Airlines ArenaPrudential Center
New Jersey Devils coaches MacMillanMcVieCarpenterSchoenfeldCunniffBrooksLemaireFtorekRobinsonConstantineBurnsLamorielloJulienSutter
Division titles 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2005-06, 2006-07
Conference Championships 1994-95, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2002-03
Stanley Cups 1994-95, 1999-00, 2002-03
Affiliates Lowell Devils (AHL), Trenton Devils (ECHL)


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