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The 2001–02 CHL season was the 10th season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

Franchise changesEdit

The league added ten teams when it merged with the Western Professional Hockey League:

StandingsEdit

Northern Conference
Northeast Division
Team                         GP  W  L OTL  P  GF  GA
x-Memphis RiverKings         64 46 14  4  92 267 186
x-Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs 64 33 27  4  70 215 198
x-Fort Worth Brahmas         64 30 27  7  67 205 217
Indianapolis Ice             64 20 37  7  47 192 237

Northwest Division
Team                    GP  W  L OTL  P  GF  GA
x-Oklahoma City Blazers 64 35 22  7  77 236 203
Tulsa Oilers            64 30 30  4  64 204 215
Wichita Thunder         64 24 34  6  54 203 262
Amarillo Rattlers       64 19 39  6  44 177 257

Southern Conference
Southeast Division
Team                   GP  W  L OTL  P  GF  GA
x-Austin Ice Bats      64 44 15  5  93 239 174
x-San Antonio Iguanas  64 40 16  8  88 243 183
San Angelo Outlaws     64 29 31  4  62 207 228
 Corpus Christi IceRays 64 16 35 13  45 158 253

Southwest Division
Team                 GP  W  L OTL   P  GF  GA
x-Odessa Jackalopes  64 47 11  6  100 203 149
x-El Paso Buzzards   64 36 24  4   76 223 222
Lubbock Cotton Kings 64 30 23 11   71 204 196
New Mexico Scorpions 64 33 25  6   70 210 206 

x-clinched playoff birth

CHL awardsEdit

Ray Miron President's Cup: Memphis RiverKings
Governors' Cup: Odessa Jackalopes
Most Valuable Player: Don Parsons (Memphis)
Most Outstanding Goaltender: Mike Gorman (Odessa)
Most Outstanding Defenseman: Daniel Tetrault (Austin)
Rookie of the Year: Sebastien Centomo (Memphis)
Coach of the Year: Don McKee (Odessa)
Man of the Year: Scott Hillman (Odessa)
Rick Kozuback Award: Gatis Tseplis (New Mexico)
Scoring Champion: Dan Price (Austin)
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Don Parsons (Memphis)

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