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The 2009–10 CHL season was the 18th season of the Central Hockey League (CHL). The season run from October 16, 2009 until March 20, 2010, followed with the Ray Miron President's Cup playoffs.

The 2010 Central Hockey League All-Star Game was on January 13, 2010 at the Laredo Entertainment Center.

The season ended on May 4, 2010 when the Rapid City Rush defeated the Allen Americans in double overtime.

League business Edit

Team changes Edit

Departures Edit

Prior to the 2009-10 season, the CHL announced that three teams would not be competing in the upcoming season. The New Mexico Scorpions, Oklahoma City Blazers and Rocky Mountain Rage announced that they would not be fielding teams for the 2009-10 season.

New Mexico and Rocky Mountain both announced in June that they would be suspending operations for the season. Rocky Mountain stated that they were hoping to return for the 2010-11 season. New Mexico's owners asked for the year off in order to attempt to sell the team in hopes of keeping the New Mexico franchise from ceasing entirely.

Oklahoma City ceased operations on July 2, withdrawing their lease with Oklahoma City. Blazers management stated that "it is not economically feasible for us to go on at this point." Some fans believe that this was a move in order to bring an American Hockey League team to Oklahoma City.  The city received the Edmonton Oilers AHL affiliate for the 2010-11 season.

Additions Edit

The CHL added two teams for the 2009-10 season in Allen, Texas and Independence, Missouri.

The Allen Americans, based in the Dallas suburb of Allen, Texas, will compete at the newly opened Allen Event Center and signed affiliation agreements with the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League and the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League.

The Missouri Mavericks, based in the Kansas City suburb of Independence, Missouri, will compete in the newly opened Independence Events Center.

Regular season Edit

Final StandingsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime loss; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points

Northern Conference GP W L OTL Pts GF GA
y-Rapid City Rush 64 43 14 7 93 253 197
x-Colorado Eagles 64 42 15 7 91 277 208
x-Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs 64 38 22 4 80 213 180
x-Mississippi RiverKings 64 33 24 7 73 217 216
x-Missouri Mavericks 64 31 27 6 68 200 220
e-Tulsa Oilers 64 28 29 7 63 128 257
e-Wichita Thunder 64 9 50 5 23 128 257
Southern Conference GP W L OTL Pts GF GA
g-Odessa Jackalopes 64 48 11 5 101 269 187
x-Allen Americans 64 42 17 5 89 210 183
x-Laredo Bucks 64 32 20 12 76 218 215
x-Texas Brahmas 64 32 25 7 71 187 190
x-Corpus Christi IceRays 64 30 26 8 68 225 198
e-Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 64 27 27 10 64 193 228
e-Arizona Sundogs 64 24 34 6 54 199 226
e-Amarillo Gorillas 64 21 34 9 51 197 254

x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, g - clinched Governors' Cup and best record in the division, e - eliminated from playoff contention

Ray Miron President's Cup playoffs Edit

Playoff BracketEdit

  First Round Semifinals Conference Finals Ray Miron President's Cup Finals
                                     
    1  Rapid City 4  
4  Mississippi 1     5  Missouri 0  
  1  Rapid City 4  
5  Missouri 2     Northern
  3  Bossier-Shreveport 3  
2  Colorado 0
 
  3  Bossier-Shreveport 4  
    1  Rapid City 4
  2  Allen 2
  2  Allen 4  
3  Laredo 3  
  2  Allen 4
4  Texas 2   Southern
  1  Odessa 3  
5  Corpus Christi 0     1  Odessa 4
    4  Texas 2  

Awards Edit

Ray Miron President's Cup: Rapid City Rush
Bud Poile Governors' Cup: Odessa Jackalopes
Most Valuable Player: Kevin Ulanski (Colorado)[1]
Most Outstanding Goaltender: Joel Martin (Odessa) [2]
Most Outstanding Defenseman: Aaron Schneekloth (Colorado) [3]
Rookie of the Year: Danny Battochio (Rapid City) [4]
Coach of the Year: Joe Ferras (Rapid City) [5]
Man of the Year: Justin Quenneville (Corpus Christi)[6]
Rick Kozuback Award: Jason Duda (Wichita) [7]
Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion): Kevin Ulanski (Colorado)[1]
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Les Reaney (Rapid City)
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South Texas): Sean Muncy (Rio Grande Valley) [8]
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (CHL All-Stars): Joel Martin (Texas) [8]
Athletic Trainer of the Year: Stuart Nichols (Tulsa) [9]
Gunner Garrett Equipment Manager of the Year: Tony Deynzer (Colorado) [9]
CHL Performance of the Year: Louis Dumont (Mississippi) [10]
CHL Media Services Award Bill Althaus (Missouri) [11]
Oakley Three Star Player of the Year Award Jeff Christian (Missouri) [12]

Year in Review VideoEdit

Central Hockey League 2009-10 Year In Review Video02:31

Central Hockey League 2009-10 Year In Review Video
















Team PhotosEdit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Colorado’s Kevin Ulanski Named CHL’s Most Valuable Player (March 22, 2010). Retrieved on March 25, 2010.
  2. Odessa’s Joel Martin Named CHL’s Most Outstanding Goaltender (March 19, 2010). Retrieved on March 25, 2010.
  3. Colorado’s Aaron Schneekloth Named CHL’s Most Outstanding Defenseman (March 19, 2010). Retrieved on March 20, 2010.
  4. Rapid City’s Danny Battochio Named CHL Rookie of the Year (March 18, 2010). Retrieved on March 25, 2010.
  5. Joe Ferras Named CHL Coach of the Year (March 20, 2010). Retrieved on March 20, 2010.
  6. Corpus Christi’s Justin Quenneville Named CHL Man of the Year (March 15, 2010). Retrieved on March 15, 2010.
  7. Jason Duda Wins 2010 Rick Kozuback Award (June 7, 2010). Retrieved on June 7, 2010.
  8. 8.0 8.1 CHL All Star Game 2010 Boxscore (January 13, 2010). Retrieved on March 12, 2010.
  9. 9.0 9.1 CHL Announces Athletic Trainer, Equipment Manager of the Year (March 12, 2010). Retrieved on March 12, 2010.
  10. RiverKings Louis Dumont Wins CHL Performance of the Year (April 13, 2010). Retrieved on April 15, 2010.
  11. Bill Althaus Wins 2009-10 CHL Media Services Award (May 26, 2010). Retrieved on May 29, 2010.
  12. Missouri’s Jeff Christian Wins Oakley Three Star Player of the Year Award (March 29, 2010). Retrieved on April 15, 2010.

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