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Template:Infobox sports season The 2009 PIHA season is the 8th season of the Professional Inline Hockey Association. It runs from November 1, 2008 through April 18, 2009 with the Founders Cup playoffs to follow, ending in May 31, 2009.

Regular seasonEdit

The first goal of the season was scored by Ryan Carey of the expansion Suffolk Sting in Moriches, New York against the expansion New Jersey Assault.

StandingsEdit

GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime/Shootout Losses, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points.

Eastern ConferenceEdit

Template:2009 PIHA Mason Dixon Division standings

Template:2009 PIHA Northeast Division standings

Western ConferenceEdit

Template:2009 PIHA Gateway Division standings

Template:2009 PIHA Rocky Mountain Division standings

Conference standingsEdit

Template:2009 PIHA Eastern Conference standings

Template:2009 PIHA Western Conference standings

Tiebreaking proceduresEdit

In the event of a tie in points in the standings at the end of the season, ties are broken using the following tiebreaking procedures. The higher ranked team is the one with:

  1. The greater number of games won.
  2. The greater number of points earned in games between the tied clubs.
  3. The greater differential between goals for and against for the entire regular season.

Founders Cup playoffsEdit

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Template:2009 PIHA Founders Cup Playoffs Bracket

Statistical leadersEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; Star = Star Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts Star PIM
Template:Country data USA Brian Yingling Colorado Springs Thunder 32 49 50 99 50 18
Template:Country data USA CJ Yoder Colorado Springs Thunder 30 41 46 87 44 8
Template:Country data USA John Pinheiro Connecticut Blaze 31 37 29 66 42 10
Template:Country data USA Scott Gartzke Harrisburg Lunatics 32 28 38 66 35 16
Template:Country data USA Derek Thede Fort Collins Catz 32 19 40 59 36 2
Template:Country data USA Kyle Gouge Midwest Tornados 26 36 21 57 39 8
Template:Country data USA Jason Allen Pennsylvania Typhoon 30 32 25 57 27 8
Template:Country data USA Jay Mazer Harrisburg Lunatics 32 23 30 53 17 12
Template:Country data USA Mike Ciolli Colorado Springs Thunder 22 18 34 52 16 14
Template:Country data USA John McGuinness Suffolk Sting 22 29 22 51 33 6

Leading goaltendersEdit

GP = Games Played; MIN = Minutes; W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime/Shootout Losses; GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP MIN W L GA SO Sv% GAA
Template:Country data USA Dan Lamb Colorado Springs Thunder 18 423 18 0 28 4 .900 1.59
Template:Country data USA Jason Rohrbach Harrisburg Lunatics 24 559 19 5 57 1 .869 2.45
Template:Country data USA Jason Yocum Marple Gladiators 22 575 11 11 60 1 .858 2.50
Template:Country data USA Andrew Goworek New Jersey Grizzlies 8 228 3 5 24 0 .795 2.53
Template:Country data USA James McNevin Suffolk Sting 19 472 14 5 52 1 .845 2.64
Template:Country data USA Eric Jay New Jersey Assault 16 424 6 10 49 1 .735 2.77
Template:Country data USA Dave Thomas St. Louis Cobras 18 400 12 6 48 0 .830 2.88
Template:Country data USA Pete Pennecke Suffolk Sting 13 320 7 6 39 1 .814 2.93
Template:Country data USA Nuno Costa New Jersey Grizzlies 19 491 11 8 61 0 .825 2.98
Template:Country data USA Luke Brind'Amour Connecticut Blaze 26 691 17 9 89 2 .811 3.09

PlayoffsEdit

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Playoff seedsEdit

After the regular season, 15 teams qualified for the playoffs. The Colorado Springs Thunder were the Western Conference regular season champions and were also the Best Overall Record Trophy winners with 62 points. The Harrisburg Lunatics earned the Eastern Conference regular season crown with 51 points.

Eastern ConferenceEdit

Mason Dixon DivisionEdit

  1. Harrisburg LunaticsMason Dixon Division and Eastern Conference regular season champion; 51 points
  2. Marple Gladiators – 33 points
  3. Potomac Mavericks – 30 points
  4. Pennsylvania Typhoon – 14 points

Northeast DivisionEdit

  1. Suffolk StingNortheast Division champion, 43 points
  2. New Jersey Grizzlies – 40 points (11 points head-to-head)
  3. Connecticut Blaze – 40 points (6 points head-to-head)

Western ConferenceEdit

Gateway DivisionEdit

  1. St. Louis CobrasGateway Division champion, 40 points
  2. Midwest Tornados – 39 points
  3. St. Peters Wheelers – 36 points
  4. Southside Snipers – 22 points

Rocky Mountain DivisionEdit

  1. Colorado Springs ThunderRocky Mountain Division and Western Conference regular season champion; Best Overall Record Trophy winner, 62 points
  2. Denver Blizzard – 35 points
  3. Fort Collins Catz – 33 points
  4. Parker Prowlers – 26 points

Playoff bracketEdit

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PIHA awardsEdit

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RecordsEdit

  • The Colorado Springs Thunder set two PIHA team records with a 28-game winning streak to end the season with the best record ever with a 31-1-0 mark for 62 points.

See alsoEdit

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