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2005–06 ECHL season
League ECHL
Sport Ice hockey
Duration October, 2005–May, 2006
Regular season
Season MVP Flag of Canada Jeff Campbell (Gwinnett)
Top scorer Flag of Canada Alex Leavitt (Alaska)
Playoffs
American champions Gwinnett Gladiators
  American runners-up Toledo Storm
National champions Alaska Aces
  National runners-up Fresno Falcons
Playoffs MVP Flag of Canada Mike Scott (Alaska)
Finals
Finals champions Alaska Aces
  Runners-up Gwinnett Gladiators

The 2005-06 ECHL Season is the 18th season of the East Coast Hockey League, ECHL, a professional ice hockey league based in the United States. The season ran from late October, 2005 to early June, 2006. The league welcomed three new franchises in Stockton, CA (which had relocated from Atlantic City, NJ), Phoenix, AZ, and West Valley City, UT, but had to give voluntary suspensions status to the Texas Wildcatters and the Mississippi Sea Wolves due to damage caused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The Wildcatters have been given permission to re-enter the league for the 2006-07 season and the Sea Wolves have been approved for the 2007-08 season. The ECHL All-Star Game was held at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California and was hosted by the Fresno Falcons. The National Conference All-Stars defeated the American Conference All-Stars 7:6, with Fresno's Luke Curtin named Most Valuable Player.

While most leagues adopted the entire NHL rule change package for 2005-06 (based on the 2004-05 AHL rule changes), the ECHL kept the shootout at five players, and kept the automatic icing rule which has been used in the league.

Regular SeasonEdit

Final StandingsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L= Loses; T = Ties; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points; Green shade = Clinched Playoff Spot; Blue shade = Clinched Division; (z) = Clinched Home-Ice Advantage

American ConferenceEdit

North Division GP W L T PTS GF GA
Toledo Storm 72 46 21 5 97 244 189
Wheeling Nailers 72 45 21 6 96 247 186
Reading Royals 72 42 23 7 91 249 209
Johnstown Chiefs 72 30 26 16 76 223 243
Trenton Titans 72 31 36 5 67 166 214
Dayton Bombers 72 20 46 6 46 193 275
South Division GP W L T PTS GF GA
Gwinnett Gladiators (z) 72 50 15 7 107 304 208
Florida Everblades 72 48 20 4 100 267 208
Greenville Grrrowl 72 44 25 3 93 248 203
South Carolina Stingrays 72 32 25 15 79 230 237
Charlotte Checkers 72 34 33 5 73 226 250
Augusta Lynx 72 30 36 6 66 216 255
Columbia Inferno 72 25 39 8 58 209 290
Pensacola Ice Pilots 72 21 44 7 49 194 293

National ConferenceEdit

West Division GP W L T PTS GF GA
Alaska Aces (z) 72 53 12 7 113 289 168
Las Vegas Wranglers 72 53 13 6 112 267 176
Idaho Steelheads 72 43 21 8 94 268 221
Utah Grizzlies 72 36 30 6 78 235 236
Victoria Salmon Kings 72 26 37 9 61 204 261
Phoenix Roadrunners 72 20 47 5 45 156 263
Pacific Division GP W L T PTS GF GA
Fresno Falcons 72 43 15 14 100 230 205
Bakersfield Condors 72 40 26 6 86 221 222
Long Beach Ice Dogs 72 36 27 9 81 210 217
San Diego Gulls 72 34 30 8 76 213 214
Stockton Thunder 72 18 40 14 48 192 260

Scoring LeadersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts
Alex Leavitt Alaska 72 26 65 91
Mike Scott Alaska 72 37 50 87
D'Arcy McConvey Idaho 58 39 47 86
Ryan Kinasewich Utah 60 39 46 85
Jeff Campbell Gwinnett 62 30 53 83
Luke Curtin Fresno 64 21 61 82
Daniel Sisca Florida 71 29 50 79
Matt Dzieduszycki Las Vegas 68 34 44 78
Sean Collins Wheeling 62 27 49 76
Scott Cameron South Carolina 68 22 50 72
Justin Kelley Johnstown 59 31 40 71

Leading GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; Mins = Minutes Played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals Allowed; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP Mins W L T GA SO Sv% GAA
Drew MacIntyre Toledo 33 1981 24 7 2 68 2 .926 2.06
Andy Franck Wheeling 55 3214 33 15 5 122 5 .919 2.28
Matt Underhill Alaska 50 2979 36 10 3 113 5 .917 2.28
Marc Magliarditi Las Vegas 51 2985 34 11 5 123 3 .909 2.47
Cody Rudkowsky Reading 38 2291 24 11 3 96 2 .916 2.51

Kelly Cup PlayoffsEdit

American ConferenceEdit

BracketEdit

  Division Quarters

April 9-12

Division Semis

April 14-22

Division Finals

April 24-May 2

Conference Finals

May 5-16

                                     
        
  No.1  Toledo 3  
    No.4  Johnstown 0  
No.4  Johnstown 2
No.5  Trenton 0  
  No.1  Toledo 3  
  No.2  Wheeling 2  
        
        
  No.2  Wheeling 3
    No.3  Reading 1  
      
        
  No.1  Toledo 1
  So.1  Gwinnett 4
        
        
  So.1  Gwinnett 3
    So.4  South Carolina 0  
So.4  South Carolina 2
So.5  Charlotte 1  
  So.1  Gwinnett 3
  So.2  Florida 1  
        
        
  So.2  Florida 3
    So.3  Greenville 1  
So.3  Greenville 2
So.6  Augusta 0

No. is short for North Division So. is short for South Division

National ConferenceEdit

BracketEdit

  Division Semifinals
April 10-22
Division Finals
April 24-May 6
Conference Finals
May 8-22
                           
  W.1  Alaska 4  
W.4  Utah 0  
  W.1  Alaska 4  
  W.2  Las Vegas 2  
W.2  Las Vegas 4
  W.3  Idaho 3  
    W.1  Alaska 4
  P.1  Fresno 3
  P.2  Bakersfield 4  
P.3  Long Beach 3  
P.2  Bakersfield 3
  P.1  Fresno 4  
P.1  Fresno 4
  P.4  San Diego 0  
  • W. is short for West Division
  • P. is short for Pacific Division

Last FourEdit


  Conference Finals
May 5-22
Kelly Cup Finals
May 24-June 1
                 
No.1 Toledo 1  
So.1 Gwinnett 4  
    So.1 Gwinnett 1
  W.1 Alaska 4
W.1 Alaska 4
P.1 Fresno 3  
  • No. is short for North Division (American Conference).
  • So. is short for South Division (American Conference).
  • P. is short for Pacific Division (National Conference).
  • W. is short for West Division (National Conference).

ECHL AwardsEdit

See also: ECHL awards
Patrick Kelly Cup: Alaska Aces
Henry Brabham Cup: Alaska Aces
Gingher Memorial Trophy: Gwinnett Gladiators
Bruce Taylor Trophy: Alaska Aces
John Brophy Award: Glen Gulutzan (Las Vegas)
CCM TACKS Most Valuable Player: Jeff Campbell (Gwinnett)
Kelly Cup Playoffs Most Valuable Player: Mike Scott (Alaska)
Reebok Hockey Goaltender of the Year: Matt Underhill (Alaska)
CCM Tacks Rookie of the Year: Alex Leavitt (Alaska)
Defenseman of the Year: Ryan Gaucher (Alaska)
Leading Scorer: Alex Leavitt (Alaska)
Reebok Hockey Plus Performer Award: Peter Metcalf (Alaska)
Sportsmanship Award: Steve Saviano (Florida)

See alsoEdit


ECHL seasons
1988-89 · 1989-90 · 1990-91 · 1991-92 · 1992-93 · 1993-94 · 1994-95 · 1995-96 · 1996-97 · 1997-98 · 1998-99
1999-00 · 2000-01 · 2001-02 · 2002-03 · 2003-04 · 2004-05 · 2005-06 · 2006-07 · 2007-08 · 2008-09 · 2009-10 · 2010-11



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