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2000-01 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
2000-01
Season champions Adler Mannheim

The 2000-01 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season was the 7th season since the founding of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League). The Adler Mannheim won the DEL Championship the fourth time in 5 seasons, extending their dominance in German ice hockey. It was also the fifth time in their history they held the German Champion title.

A change was brought to the format of play. The fist 8 placed teams in the regular season would go into playoffs, while the season would end for the other teams. There would be no relegation.

Regular SeasonEdit

All teams played each other 4 times, for a total of 60 rounds. The first 8 placed teams qualified for the playoffs.

Team GP W SOW SOL L GF:GA Points
1. Adler Mannheim 60319416205:144115
2. Kölner Haie 602961213186:154111
3. München Barons (M) 60295719175:150104
4. Nürnberg Ice Tigers 60277818191:171103
5. Kassel Huskies 60286719176:156103
6. Revierlöwen Oberhausen 602512320187:151102
7. Hannover Scorpions 60293622203:18299
8. Berlin Capitals 60257919191:17398
9. Krefeld Pinguine 602341122182:17788
10. Frankfurt Lions 60235824189:18987
11. Düsseldorfer EG (N) 601710528133:16476
12. Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 60204828174:20776
13. Eisbären Berlin 60196431192:22173
14. Augsburger Panther 60188331187:24273
15. Iserlohn Roosters (N) 60167631152:18968
16. Moskitos Essen 60157533173:22664

GP = Games played, W = Win, SOW = Shootout Win, SOL = Shootout Loss, L = Loss
    = Qualified for playoffs     = Season end

Playoff Edit

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

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1  Adler Mannheim 3  
8  Berlin Capitals 2  
  1  Adler Mannheim 3  
  7  Hannover Scorpions 0  
2  Kölner Haie 0
  7  Hannover Scorpions 3  
    1  Adler Mannheim 3
  3  München Barons 1
  3  München Barons 3  
6  Revierlöwen Oberhausen 0  
3  München Barons 3
  5  Kassel Huskies 1  
4  Nürnberg Ice Tigers 1
  5  Kassel Huskies 3  

Quarterfinals Edit

Quarterfinals started March 23, 2001.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Adler Mannheim Berlin Capitals 3:2 5:1 3:4 4:3 2:3 3:0
Kölner Haie Hannover Scorpions 0:3 1:3 1:5 3:4
München Barons Revierlöwen Oberhausen 3:0 4:2 3:2 4:2
Nürnberg Ice Tigers Kassel Huskies 1:3 3:2 1:2 3:4 3:4

Semifinals Edit

Semifinals started April 3.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Adler Mannheim Hannover Scorpions 3:0 7:2 7:5 6:1
München Barons Kassel Huskies 3:1 3:2 2:3 3:1 6:5

Finals Edit

The DEL finals started on April 14 with a homegame for Adler Mannheim who had a better regular season standing.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Adler Mannheim München Barons 3:1 4:1 1:4 2:1 2:1

The Adler Mannheim extended their dominance by winning the DEL Championship for the 4th time.


Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit


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