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The 2000 Stanley Cup playoffs, the championship of the National Hockey League (NHL), began in April, and concluded in June. The sixteen teams that qualified, eight from each conference, played best-of-7 series for conference quarterfinals, semifinals and championships, and then the conference champions played a best-of-7 series for the Stanley Cup.

The playoffs ended when the New Jersey Devils defeated the reigning champions the Dallas Stars in a six game series to win their second Stanley Cup title in their history. Devils defenseman Scott Stevens was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the playoffs.

Hhof stanley cup

The Stanley Cup, awarded to the champion of the NHL.

Playoff bracketEdit

  Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Finals Stanley Cup Final
                                     
1  Philadelphia Flyers 4  
8  Buffalo Sabres 1  
  1  Philadelphia Flyers 4  
  7  Pittsburgh Penguins 2  
2  Washington Capitals 1
7  Pittsburgh Penguins 4  
  1  Philadelphia Flyers 3  
Eastern Conference
  4  New Jersey Devils 4  
3  Toronto Maple Leafs 4  
6  Ottawa Senators 2  
  3  Toronto Maple Leafs 2
  4  New Jersey Devils 4  
4  New Jersey Devils 4
5  Florida Panthers 0  
  E4  New Jersey Devils 4
  W2  Dallas Stars 2
1  St. Louis Blues 3  
8  San Jose Sharks 4  
  2  Dallas Stars 4
  8  San Jose Sharks 1  
2  Dallas Stars 4
7  Edmonton Oilers 1  
  2  Dallas Stars 4
Western Conference
  3  Colorado Avalanche 3  
3  Colorado Avalanche 4  
6  Phoenix Coyotes 1  
  3  Colorado Avalanche 4
  4  Detroit Red Wings 1  
4  Detroit Red Wings 4
5  Los Angeles Kings 0  

Quarter-finalsEdit

Eastern ConferenceEdit

Philadelphia (1) vs. Buffalo (8)
Date Away Home OT Score
April 13 Buffalo Philadelphia 3 – 2
April 14 Buffalo Philadelphia 2 – 1
April 16 Philadelphia Buffalo 2 – 0
April 18 Philadelphia Buffalo OT 3 – 2
April 20 Buffalo Philadelphia 5 – 2
Philadelphia wins series 4–1
Washington (2) vs. Pittsburgh (7)
Date Away Home OT Score
April 13 Pittsburgh Washington 7 – 0
April 15 Washington Pittsburgh OT 2 – 1
April 17 Washington Pittsburgh 4 – 3
April 19 Pittsburgh Washington 3 – 2
April 21 Pittsburgh Washington 2 – 1
Notwithstanding the teams' seeding, this series was scheduled in an unusual 1-2-2-1-1 format due to an arena conflict in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh wins series 4–1
Toronto (3) vs. Ottawa (6)
Date Away Home OT Score
April 12 Ottawa Toronto 2 – 0
April 15 Ottawa Toronto 5 – 1
April 17 Toronto Ottawa 4 – 3
April 19 Toronto Ottawa 2 – 1
April 22 Ottawa Toronto OT 2 – 1
April 24 Toronto Ottawa 4 – 2
Toronto wins series 4–2
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

Western ConferenceEdit

St. Louis (1) vs. San Jose (8)
Date Away Home Score
April 12 San Jose St. Louis 5 – 3
April 15 San Jose St. Louis 4 – 2
April 17 St. Louis San Jose 2 – 1
April 19 St. Louis San Jose 3 – 2
April 21 San Jose St. Louis 5 – 3
April 23 St. Louis San Jose 6 – 2
April 25 San Jose St. Louis 3 – 1
San Jose wins series 4–3
Dallas (2) vs. Edmonton (7)
Date Away Home Score
April 12 Edmonton Dallas 2 – 1
April 13 Edmonton Dallas 3 – 0
April 16 Dallas Edmonton 5 – 2
April 18 Dallas Edmonton 4 – 3
April 21 Edmonton Dallas 3 – 2
Dallas wins series 4–1
Colorado (3) vs. Phoenix (6)
Date Away Home Score
April 13 Phoenix Colorado 6 – 3
April 15 Phoenix Colorado 3 – 1
April 17 Colorado Phoenix 4 – 2
April 19 Colorado Phoenix 3 – 2
April 21 Phoenix Colorado 2 – 1
Colorado wins series 4–1
Detroit (4) vs. Los Angeles (5)
Date Away Home Score
April 13 Los Angeles Detroit 2 – 0
April 15 Los Angeles Detroit 8 – 5
April 17 Detroit Los Angeles 2 – 1
April 19 Detroit Los Angeles 3 – 0
Detroit wins series 4–0

Semi-finalsEdit

Eastern ConferenceEdit

Philadelphia (1) vs. Pittsburgh (7)
Date Away Home OT Score
April 27 Pittsburgh Philadelphia 2 – 0
April 29 Pittsburgh Philadelphia 4 – 1
May 2 Philadelphia Pittsburgh OT 4 – 3
May 4 Philadelphia Pittsburgh 5OT* 2 – 1
May 7 Pittsburgh Philadelphia 6 – 3
May 9 Philadelphia Pittsburgh 2 – 1
*Keith Primeau's goal at 92:01 of overtime ended the third-longest game in playoff history. (Longest NHL overtime games)
Philadelphia wins series 4–2
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

Western ConferenceEdit

Dallas (2) vs. San Jose (8)
Date Away Home Score
April 28 San Jose Dallas 4 – 0
April 30 San Jose Dallas 1 – 0
May 2 Dallas San Jose 2 – 1
May 5 Dallas San Jose 5 – 4
May 7 San Jose Dallas 4 – 1
Dallas wins series 4–1
Colorado (3) vs. Detroit (4)
Date Away Home OT Score
April 27 Detroit Colorado 2 – 0
April 29 Detroit Colorado 3 – 1
May 1 Colorado Detroit 3 – 1
May 3 Colorado Detroit OT 3 – 2
May 5 Detroit Colorado 4 – 2
Colorado wins series 4–1

Conference finalsEdit

Eastern ConferenceEdit

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

Western ConferenceEdit

Dallas (2) vs. Colorado (3)
Date Away Home OT Score
May 13 Colorado Dallas 2 – 0
May 15 Colorado Dallas 3 – 2
May 19 Dallas Colorado 2 – 0
May 21 Dallas Colorado 4 – 1
May 23 Colorado Dallas OT 3 – 2
May 25 Dallas Colorado 2 – 1
May 27 Colorado Dallas 3 – 2
Dallas wins series 4–3 and Clarence S. Campbell Bowl

Stanley Cup FinalsEdit

New Jersey received home ice advantage by having more regular-season point than Dallas. The teams split the first two games, held in New Jersey. The Devils then won the following two in Dallas to take a 3–1 series lead. Dallas fought off elimination with a triple-overtime win in game five in New Jersey. The Devils countered with a double-overtime victory in game six in Dallas to win the Cup.

New Jersey Devils vs. Dallas Stars
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

Playoff awardsEdit

Presidents' Trophy: St. Louis Blues
Prince of Wales Trophy: New Jersey Devils
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl: Dallas Stars
Conn Smythe Trophy: Scott Stevens (New Jersey)
The Playoff Scoring leader was Brett Hull of the Dallas Stars


Preceded by
1999 Stanley Cup playoffs
Stanley Cup Champions Succeeded by
2001 Stanley Cup playoffs


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