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The 2002–03 CHL season was the 11th season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

Franchise changesEdit

StandingsEdit

Northern Conference
Northwest Division
Team                    GP  W  L OTL  P GF   GA
y-Oklahoma City Blazers 64 37 20  7  81 225 196
x-Amarillo Gorillas     64 39 23  2  80 205 176
Tulsa Oilers            64 37 22  5  79 218 195
Wichita Thunder         64 21 36  7  49 216 261

Northeast Division
Team                       GP  W  L OTL  P  GF  GA
y-Indianapolis Ice         64 39 16  9  87 206 173
x-Memphis RiverKings       64 39 21  4  82 235 190
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs 64 33 22  9  75 206 176
Fort Worth Brahmas         64 16 41  7  39 146 251

Southern Conference
Southwest Division
Team                   GP  W  L OTL  P  GF  GA
y-Odessa Jackalopes    64 35 22  7  77 195 185
x-New Mexico Scorpions 64 31 28  5  67 185 195
Lubbock Cotton Kings   64 29 28  7  65 212 215
El Paso Buzzards       64 18 40  6  42 184 265

Southeast Division
Team                   GP  W  L OTL  P  GF  GA
z-Austin Ice Bats      64 46 14  4  96 198 139
x-Laredo Bucks         64 41 17  6  88 253 184
Corpus Christi IceRays 64 31 30  3  65 197 204
San Angelo Saints      64 20 37  7  47 196 272

x-clinched playoff birth
y-clinched division title
z-clinched league title

PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top four teams in each conference qualify for the playoffs. One seed vs four seed and two seed vs three seed in a best-of-five. The semifinal and final rounds were best-of-seven.

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Indianapolis defeated Amarillo, three games to one
  • Memphis defeated Oklahoma City, three games to two
  • Austin defeated New Mexico, three games to one
  • Laredo defeated Odessa, three games to two

SemifinalsEdit

  • Memphis defeated Indianapolis, four games to none
  • Austin defeated Laredo, four games to two

FinalEdit

  • Memphis defeated Austin, four games to one

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