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The 2006–07 CHL season was the 15th season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

Franchise changesEdit

StandingsEdit

Northern Conference
Northeast Division
Team                         GP  W  L OTL SOL P  GF  GA
x-Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs 64 44 14  2   4 94 214 155
x-Memphis Riverkings         64 39 19  3   3 84 227 208
x-Youngstown Steelhounds     64 34 20  2   8 78 230 199
Tulsa Oilers                 64 27 28  6   3 63 225 246

Northwest Division
Team                    GP  W  L OTL SOL P  GF  GA
x-Colorado Eagles       64 46 17  0   1 93 256 182
x-Oklahoma City Blazers 64 35 21  2   6 78 211 214
x-Wichita Thunder       64 28 28  0   8 64 191 213
Rocky Mountain Rage     64 17 40  4   3 41 180 251

Southern Conference
Southeast Division
Team                            GP  W  L OTL SOL P  GF  GA
x-Laredo Bucks                  64 42 17  3   2 89 219 170
x-Corpus Christi Rayz           64 35 22  4   3 77 196 169
x-Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 64 28 28  4   4 64 185 203
Austin Ice Bats                 64 21 29  5   9 56 169 210

Southwest Division
Team                   GP  W  L OTL SOL P  GF  GA
x-New Mexico Scorpions 64 32 24  3   5 72 212 217
x-Arizona Sundogs      64 34 28  1   1 70 229 216
x-Amarillo Gorillas    64 32 28  1   3 68 205 220
Odessa Jackalopes      64 26 31  4   3 59 176 205
Lubbock Cotton Kings   64 24 31  2   7 57 170 217

x-clinched playoff birth
y-clinched division title and first round bye

PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top six teams in each conference qualified for the playoffs.  All series were best-of-seven.  The highest seeded first round losing team advanced to the second round as a wild card team.

Conference QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Bossier-Shreveport defeated Wichita, four games to two;
  • Colorado defeated Youngstown, four games to two;
  • Oklahoma City defeated Memphis, four games to three;
  • Laredo defeated Rio Grande Valley, four games to one;
  • New Mexico defeated Amarillo, four games to two;
  • Arizona defeated Corpus Christi, four games to three

Conference SemifinalsEdit

  • Memphis defeated Bossier-Shreveport, four games to one;
  • Colorado defeated Oklahoma City, four games to three;
  • Laredo defeated Corpus Christi, four games to one;
  • New Mexico defeated Arizona, four games to three;

Conference FinalsEdit

  • Colorado defeated Memphis, four games to two;
  • Laredo defeated New Mexico, four games to one;

President's Cup FinalEdit

  • Colorado defeated Laredo, four games to two;


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