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2013–14 ECHL season
League ECHL
Sport Ice hockey
Duration October 18, 2013 – April 13, 2014
Regular season
Season champions Alaska Aces
Season MVP Mickey Lang
Top scorer Brandon Marino
Playoffs
Eastern champions Cincinnati Cyclones
  Eastern runners-up Greenville Road Warriors
Western champions Alaska Aces
  Western runners-up Bakersfield Condors
Playoffs MVP Rob Madore
Kelly Cup
Kelly Cup champions Alaska Aces
  Runners-up Cincinnati Cyclones

The 2013–14 ECHL season is the 26th season of the ECHL. The regular season schedule ran from October 18, 2013 to April 13, 2014,[1] with the Kelly Cup playoffs to follow. The league began the season with 22 teams scheduled to play 72 regular season games each, but one team folded during the season, which required the league to re-schedule games in order to provide the remaining teams with full schedules.[2]

League business Edit

Team changes Edit

Annual Board of Governors meetingEdit

Regular season Edit

Conference standings Edit

Eastern Conference GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
z-Reading Royals 72 46 22 2 2 229 182 96
y-Kalamazoo Wings 72 42 22 3 5 224 197 92
y-South Carolina Stingrays 72 43 23 2 4 197 173 92
x-Orlando Solar Bears 72 43 24 2 3 225 219 91
x-Cincinnati Cyclones 72 41 23 4 4 247 204 90
x-Wheeling Nailers 72 39 27 1 5 216 196 84
x-Greenville Road Warriors 72 39 27 2 4 220 208 84
x-Fort Wayne Komets 72 36 24 7 5 215 215 84
e-Florida Everblades 72 37 27 3 5 240 222 82
e-Evansville IceMen 72 31 30 4 7 226 237 73
e-Gwinnett Gladiators 72 29 38 3 2 203 227 63
e-Elmira Jackals 72 24 40 3 5 176 252 56
e-Toledo Walleye 72 21 44 4 3 193 268 49
x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, z - clinched best conference record, e - eliminated from playoff contention
Western Conference GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
b-Alaska Aces 71 45 19 3 4 243 164 97
y-Ontario Reign 71 44 20 3 4 215 191 95
x-Utah Grizzlies 71 38 24 3 6 187 173 85
x-Idaho Steelheads 72 39 26 3 4 223 212 85
x-Colorado Eagles 71 33 26 7 5 211 218 78
x-Bakersfield Condors 72 36 30 2 4 197 202 78
x-Stockton Thunder 72 33 31 2 6 224 235 74
x-Las Vegas Wranglers 72 20 44 4 4 174 248 48

x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, b - clinched Brabham Cup, best record in the conference and first round bye, e - eliminated from playoff contention

Divisional standings Edit

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
z-Reading Royals 72 46 22 2 2 229 182 96
x-Wheeling Nailers 72 39 27 1 5 216 196 84
e-Elmira Jackals 72 24 40 3 5 176 252 56
North Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
y-Kalamazoo Wings 72 42 22 3 5 224 197 92
x-Cincinnati Cyclones 72 41 23 4 4 247 204 90
x-Fort Wayne Komets 72 36 24 7 5 215 215 84
e-Evansville IceMen 72 31 30 4 7 226 237 73
e-Toledo Walleye 72 21 44 4 3 193 268 49
South Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
y-South Carolina Stingrays 72 43 23 2 4 197 173 92
x-Orlando Solar Bears 72 43 24 2 3 225 219 91
x-Greenville Road Warriors 72 39 27 2 4 220 208 84
e-Florida Everblades 72 37 27 3 5 240 222 82
e-Gwinnett Gladiators 72 29 38 3 2 203 227 63

x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, e - eliminated from playoff contention

Western Conference
Mountain Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
b-Alaska Aces 71 45 19 3 4 243 164 97
x-Utah Grizzlies 71 38 24 3 6 187 173 85
x-Idaho Steelheads 72 39 26 3 4 223 212 85
x-Colorado Eagles 71 33 26 7 5 211 218 78
Pacific Division GP W L OTL SOL GF GA PTS
y-Ontario Reign 71 44 20 3 4 215 191 95
x-Bakersfield Condors 72 36 30 2 4 197 202 78
x-Stockton Thunder 72 33 31 2 6 224 235 74
x-Las Vegas Wranglers 72 20 44 4 4 174 248 48

x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, b - clinched Brabham Cup, best record in the conference and first round bye, e - eliminated from playoff contention


ReferencesEdit


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