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2000–01 IHL season

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The 2000–01 IHL season was the 56th and final season of the International Hockey League, a North American minor professional league. Eleven teams participated in the regular season, and the Orlando Solar Bears won their first Turner Cup. Following the season, six teams (Admirals, Aeros, Griffins, Grizzles, Moose and Wolves) joined the American Hockey League as expansion teams. The Cyclones rejoined the East Coast Hockey League where they had previously played from 1990 to 1992. The remaining teams ceased operations.

Regular season

Eastern Conference

GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Grand Rapids Griffins 82 53 22 0 7 279 196 113
Orlando Solar Bears 82 47 28 0 7 241 193 101
Cincinnati Cyclones 82 44 29 0 9 267 258 97
Cleveland Lumberjacks 82 43 32 0 7 270 258 93
Milwaukee Admirals 82 42 33 0 7 244 217 91
Detroit Vipers 82 23 53 0 6 184 311 52

Western Conference

GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Chicago Wolves 82 43 32 0 7 267 249 93
Houston Aeros 82 42 32 0 8 229 245 92
Manitoba Moose 82 39 31 0 12 222 230 90
Utah Grizzlies 82 38 36 0 8 208 220 84
Kansas City Blades 82 37 42 0 3 239 273 77

Turner Cup-Playoffs

Turner Cup-Quarterfinals Turner Cup-Semifinals Turner Cup-Final
         
E1 Grand Rapids 4
E4 Cleveland 0
E1 Grand Rapids 2
Eastern Conference
E2 Orlando 4
E2 Orlando 4
E3 Cincinnati 1
E2 Orlando 4
W1 Chicago 1
W1 Chicago 4
E5 Milwaukee 1
W1 Chicago 4
Western Conference
W3 Manitoba 2
W2 Houston 3
W3 Manitoba 4

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