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The 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs of the ECHL will start following the April 13th conclusion of the 2013–14 ECHL regular season.[1]

Playoff seedsEdit

After the regular season, 16 teams qualified for the playoffs. The Alaska Aces were the Western Conference regular season champions and the Brabham Cup winners with the best record, making them the first team in league history to win the Brabham Cup in four consecutive seasons.[2] The Reading Royals earned the top seed in the Eastern Conference.

Eastern ConferenceEdit

  1. Reading Royals
  2. Kalamazoo Wings
  3. South Carolina Stingrays
  4. Orlando Solar Bears
  5. Cincinnati Cyclones
  6. Wheeling Nailers
  7. Greenville Road Warriors
  8. Fort Wayne Komets

Western ConferenceEdit

  1. Alaska Aces
  2. Ontario Reign
  3. Utah Grizzlies
  4. Idaho Steelheads
  5. Colorado Eagles
  6. Bakersfield Condors
  7. Stockton Thunder
  8. Las Vegas Wranglers

Playoff BracketsEdit

  Conference Quarterfinals[3] Conference Semifinals Conference Finals Kelly Cup Finals
                                     
1  Reading Royals 1  
8  Fort Wayne Komets 4  
  8  Fort Wayne 2  
  5  Cincinnati 4  
4  Orlando Solar Bears 2
5  Cincinnati Cyclones 4  
  5  Cincinnati 4  
Eastern Conference
  7  Greenville 2  
2  Kalamazoo Wings 2  
7  Greenville Road Warriors 4  
  7  Greenville 4
  6  Wheeling 2  
3  South Carolina Stingrays 0
6  Wheeling Nailers 4  
  5  Cincinnati 2
  1  Alaska 4
1   Alaska Aces 4  
8  Las Vegas Wranglers 0  
  1  Alaska 4
  4  Idaho 1  
4  Idaho Steelheads 4
5  Colorado Eagles 2  
  1  Alaska 4
Western Conference
  6  Bakersfield 2  
2  Ontario Reign 0  
7  Stockton Thunder 4  
  7  Stockton 1
  6  Bakersfield 4  
3  Utah Grizzlies 1
6  Bakersfield Condors 4  


References Edit

  1. http://www.echl.com/echl-releases-2013-14-schedule-p184620
  2. Press release (April 12, 2014). Alaska Wins 2013-2014 Brabham Cup. ECHL. Retrieved on April 15, 2014.
  3. Press release (April 15, 2014). Conference Quarter Finals Preview. ECHL. Retrieved on April 15, 2014.

See also Edit

Preceded by
2013 Kelly Cup playoffs
Kelly Cup Playoffs
2014
Succeeded by
2015 Kelly Cup playoffs
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