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This is the 2014-15 North American Hockey League season.  This is the league's 31st season.

The season featured the longest game in league history to start the Robertson Cup Final with the Minnesota Wilderness outlasting the Austin Bruins 2-1 in 4 overtimes with the game ending early the next morning, combined with a victory later that day gave the Wilderness a rather unusual doubleheader sweep of the series.

The league also made a record 222 NCAA commitments during the 2014-15 season.

NAHL 40th logo

Franchise changesEdit

StandingsEdit

Central Division
Team               GP  W  L OTL  GF  GA  PIM  P
Austin Bruins      60 38 11  11 210 136 1066 87
Minot Minotauros   60 37 17   6 184 137  856 80
Bismarck Bobcats   60 30 26   4 185 185 1029 64
Aberdeen Wings     60 27 31   2 142 165  788 56
Brookings Blizzard 60 19 32   9 141 206  968 47

Midwest Division
Team                    GP  W  L OTL  GF  GA  PIM  P
Fairbanks Ice Dogs      60 40 16  4  238 167 1035 84
Minnesota Wilderness    60 39 15  6  209 152 1200 84
Coulee Region Chill     60 28 23  9  176 182  987 65
Minnesota Magicians     60 21 35  4  160 221 1062 46
Kenai River Brown Bears 60 16 42  2  132 244  963 34

North Division
Team                  GP  W  L OTL  GF  GA  PIM   P
Janesville Jets       60 49  9  2  215 114  867 100
Keystone Ice Miners   60 31 24  5  153 140  838  67
Soo Eagles            60 31 25  4  182 185 1248  66
Michigan Warriors     60 25 26  9  148 183  994  59
Johnstown Tomahawks   60 25 27  8  166 191 1167  58
Springfield Jr. Blues 60 23 31  6  126 184  815  52

South Division
Team                          GP  W  L OTL  GF  GA  PIM  P
Lone Star Brahmas             60 40 12  8  208 130 1182 88
Topeka RoadRunners            60 39 15  6  199 140  837 84
Wichita Falls Wildcats        60 39 16  5  242 182  858 83 
Corpus Christi Ice Rays       60 31 24  5  186 196 1348 67
Wenatchee Wild                60 27 26  7  177 171  808 61
Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 60 25 25 10  153 184 1290 60
Amarillo Bulls                60 25 31  4  174 222 1493 54
Odessa Jackalopes             60 15 38  7  172 261 1492 37

Robertson Cup PlayoffsEdit

2015 Robertson Cup Playoffs logo

FormatEdit

Eighteen teams qualify for the playoffs.  The top four teams in the Central, Midwest, and North Divisions and the top six teams in the South Division qualify for the playoffs.  The first round consists the South Division having the 3rd place team playing 6th and 4th playing 5th in best-of-three first round series. Those teams are re-seeded 3 and 4.  The best-of-five division semifinal round consist of the first place team playing the fourth place team and the second place team playing the third place team.  The division semifinal winners meet in the best-of-five division final.  The four division winners will be reseeded by record.  The top seed will play the fourth seed and the second seed will play the third seed in a best-of-three series.  The semifinal winners advance to the best-of-three Championship round scheduled May 14 to 17, 2015 at the rink of the higher seeded team.

South Division Play-In SeriesEdit

  • Wichita Falls defeated Rio Grande Valley 2 games to none (4-2, 5-4)
  • Wenatchee defeated corpus Christi 2 games to none (3-2 (ot), 3-2)

Central Division SemifinalsEdit

  • Austin defeated Aberdeen 3 games to none (8-5, 4-0, 4-3)
  • Minot defeated Bismarck 3 games to none (4-1, 4-2, 2-1)

Midwest Division SemifinalsEdit

  • Fairbanks defeated Minnesota Magicians 3 games to none (5-4 (ot), 4-0, 4-1)
  • Minnesota Wilderness defeated Coulee Region 3 games to 2 (2-4, 1-3, 5-4, 9-1, 9-1)

North Division SemifinalsEdit

  • Janesville defeated Michigan 3 games to none (8-1, 6-2, 7-4)
  • Soo defeated Keystone 3 games to none (6-1, 1-0 (ot), 3-1)

South Division SemifinalsEdit

  • Lone Star defeated Wenatchee 3 games to none (2-1 (2ot), 2-1, 3-1)
  • Topeka defeated Wichita Falls 3 games to 1 (6-2, 0-7, 3-2, 5-3)

Central Division FinalEdit

  • Austin defeated Minot 3 games to 2 (2-3, 4-1, 4-1, 3-4, 4-3

Midwest Division FinalEdit

  • Minnesota Wilderness defeated Fairbanks 3 games to none (2-1, 4-2, 6-3)

North Division FinalEdit

  • Janesville defeated Soo 3 games to 1 (5-0, 5-1, 0-4, 6-2)

South Division FinalEdit

  • Lone Star defeated Topeka 3 games to 1 (1-5, 5-4 (ot), 3-2, 3-2 (ot))

Robertson Cup SemifinalsEdit

  • Minnesota Wilderness defeated Janesville 2 games to none (2-1, 2-1(ot))
  • Austin defeated Lone Star 2 games to 1 (3-1, 1-3, 3-2 (ot))

Robertson Cup FinalEdit

  • Minnesota Wilderness defeated Austin 2 games to none (2-1 (4ot), 4-0)

The Minnesota Wilderness win the Robertson Cup

2015 NAHL champions Minnesota Wilderness

2015 NAHL champions Minnesota Wilderness

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