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2012–13 CHL season

2012–13 CHL season

The 2012–13 CHL season was the 21st season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

2012–13 CHL season
LeagueCentral Hockey League
SportIce hockey
DurationOctober 19, 2012–May 11, 2013
Number of teams10
Regular season
Governor's CupAllen Americans
Season MVPSebastien Thinel (Missouri)
Top scorerSebastien Thinel (Missouri)
ChampionsAllen Americans
  Runners-upWichita Thunder

League business

Following the 2011–12 CHL season the number of the teams in the CHL dropped to 10 teams, with the Ray Miron President's Cup-winning Fort Wayne Komets moving to the ECHL along with the Evansville IceMen, the Dayton Gems ceased operations and were replaced by a Federal Hockey League team, the Dayton Demonz, the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees ceased operations, the Laredo Bucks were moved to St. Charles, Missouri, and would rejoin the league as the St. Charles Chill in the 2013–14 CHL Season. The Denver Cutthroats joined the CHL to play in their inaugural season. The CHL played the 2012–13 season with a single conference known as the Berry Conference, rather than its previous two-conference system consisting of the Berry and Turner conferences. For the 2013–14 the league will add its first ever Canadian team in Brampton, Ontario, just north of Toronto.

Regular season

Conference standings

y-Allen Americans663918921017687
x-Wichita Thunder663919824018286
x-Fort Worth Brahmas663622818718280
x-Rapid City Rush663524717717977
x-Missouri Mavericks663525621722276
x-Quad City Mallards663426621920174
x-Arizona Sundogs663227718018571
x-Denver Cutthroats6630261020521570
Bloomington Blaze662836223024658
Tulsa Oilers662239517725449
y- Won Governor's Cupx- Advanced to playoffs

Individual statistics

Individual Point Leaders[2]TeamPos.GPGAPts.+/−PIM
Sébastien ThinelMissouri MavericksF66296796+2824
Jon BoorasBloomington BlazeF66325486−760
A. J. GaleDenver CutthroatsF64463884−338
Mickey LangQuad City MallardsF64414283+2023
Ryan MeneiTulsa OilersF66344882−2949
Aaron DellAllen Americans442344:00221163902.30987.916
Kristofer WestblomFort Worth Brahmas372091:0521854802.30781.907
Kevin ReganWichita Thunder271570:21131032632.41624.908
Tim BoronRapid City Rush392108:28201232852.421012.923
Danny BattochioRapid City Rush291569:36141020662.52687.912


Playoff bracket

Opening RoundConference Semi FinalsRay Miron Presidents' Cup Finals
4Rapid City2
3Fort Worth0
3Fort Worth4
6Quad City1


All-CHL Team

  • A. J. Gale (F), Denver Cutthroats

  • Mickey Lang (F), Quad City Mallards

  • Sebastien Thinel (F), Missouri Mavericks

  • Tyler Ludwig (D), Allen Americans

  • Kevin Young (D), Wichita Thunder

  • Aaron Dell (G), Allen Americans


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