2000 – A Brief Look Back

The Minnesota Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets entered the NHL together in the 2000-01 season.  Here is a very, very brief season-by-season look at both:

2000-01

  • Minnesota 25-39-13-5 (68 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 28-39-9-6 (71 points), missed playoffs

2001-02

  • Minnesota 26-35-12-9 (73 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 22-47-8-5 (57 points), missed playoffs

2002-03

  • Minnesota 42-29-10-1 (93 points), made it to Conference Finals
  • Columbus 29-42-8-3 (69 points) , missed playoffs

2003-04

  •  Minnesota 30-29-20-3 (83 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 25-45-8-4 (62 points), missed playoffs

2005-06

  •  Minnesota 38-36-8 (84 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 35-43-4 (74 points), missed playoffs

2006-07

  •  Minnesota 48-26-8 (104 points), made it to first round of playoffs
  • Columbus 33-42-7 (73 points) , missed playoffs

2007-08

  •  Minnesota 44-28-10 (98 points), made it to first round of playoffs
  • Columbus 34-36-12 (80 points) , missed playoffs

2008-09

  •  Minnesota 40-33-9 (89 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 41-31-10 (92 points), made it to first round of playoffs

2009-10

  •  Minnesota 38-36-8 (84 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 32-35-15 (79 points), missed playoffs

2010-11

  •  Minnesota 39-35-8 (86 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 34-35-13 (81 points), missed playoffs

2011-12

  •  Minnesota 35-36-11 (81 points), missed playoffs
  • Columbus 29-46-7 (65 points) , missed playoffs

2012-13

  •  Minnesota 26-19-3 (55 points), made it to first round of playoffs
  • Columbus 24-17-7 (55 points) , missed playoffs (lost tiebreaker to MIN)

2013-14

  •  Minnesota 43-27-12 (98 points), made it to second round of playoffs
  • Columbus 43-32-7 (93 points), made it to first round of playoffs

2014-15

  •  Minnesota 48-28-8 (100 points), made it to second round of playoffs
  • Columbus 42-35-5 (89 points), missed playoffs

2015-16

  •  Minnesota 38-33-11 (87 points), made it to first round of playoffs
  • Columbus 34-40-8 (76 points), missed playoffs

Franchise totals

  • Minnesota 558-469-55-114 (1,285 points – .537 point %); seven playoff appearances
  • Columbus 485-565-33-113 (1,116 points – .467 point %); two playoff appearances (0-2 series record,

Playoff totals

  • Minnesota – Seven appearances, 4-7 series record (24-39 game record)
  • Columbus – Two appearances, 0-2 series record (2-8 game record)

 

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