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1999 RHI season

1999 RHI season
League Roller Hockey International
Sport Inline hockey
Duration May, 1999-September, 1999
Regular season
Season MVP Canada Hugo Belanger (Anaheim)
Top scorer Canada Hugo Belanger (Anaheim)
Eastern champions St. Louis Vipers
  Eastern runners-up Buffalo Wings
Western champions Anaheim Bullfrogs
  Western runners-up San Jose Rhinos
Playoffs MVP Canada Michael Martens (St. Louis)
Finals champions St. Louis Vipers
  Runners-up Anaheim Bullfrogs
RHI seasons
← 1998
Final →

The 1999 RHI season was the 6th season of Roller Hockey International. This was the season after the non-existent 1998 season which was canceled. The 1999 Murphy Cup playoffs concluded with the St. Louis Vipers defeating the Anaheim Bullfrogs to win their first Murphy Cup.

Regular season

Final regular season standings

Eastern Conference GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
z-St. Louis Vipers 26 17 8 1 221 168 35
x-Buffalo Wings 26 13 13 0 185 193 26
x-Minnesota Blue Ox 26 11 15 0 159 197 22
e-Chicago Bluesmen 26 7 17 2 146 209 16
Western Conference GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
b-Anaheim Bullfrogs 26 21 3 2 197 127 44
x-Las Vegas Coyotes 26 16 7 3 144 123 35
x-San Jose Rhinos 26 12 11 3 144 137 27
e-Dallas Stallions 26 7 17 2 117 159 16

x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched division title, b - clinched best regular season record, z - clinched best conference record, e - eliminated from playoff contention

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Hugo Belanger Anaheim Bullfrogs 23 37 43 80
Ken Blum Buffalo Wings 26 36 39 75
John Vecchiarelli Buffalo Wings 24 28 43 71
Michael Martens St. Louis Vipers 24 34 36 70
Christian Skoryna St. Louis Vipers 22 36 33 69
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