2006 PIHA season


2006 PIHA season

Infobox sports season
title =2006 PIHA season
league =Professional Inline Hockey Association
sport =Inline hockey
duration =January 11, 2006-June 17, 2006
season =Regular season
season_champ =Philadelphia Growl
MVP =flagicon|USA Ryan Clemens (Littleton)
MVP_link =Scott Rupp Award (PIHA)
top_scorer =flagicon|USA Sean Sullivan (Philadelphia)
top_scorer_link =Joe Cook Award (PIHA)
playoffs =Playoffs
playoffs_link =2006 Founders Cup Playoffs (PIHA)
conf1 =Eastern
conf1_link =Eastern Conference (PIHA)
conf1_champ =Philadelphia Growl
conf1_runner-up =York Typhoon
conf2 =Western
conf2_link =Western Conference (PIHA)
conf2_champ =Littleton Fire
conf2_runner-up =Colorado Springs Thunder
finals =Finals
finals_link =2006 Founders Cup Finals (PIHA)
finals_champ =Philadelphia Growl
finals_runner-up =Littleton Fire
playoffs_MVP =flagicon|USA Joe D'Aloisio (Philadelphia)
playoffs_MVP_link=Walt Frazier Award (PIHA)
The 2006 PIHA season was the 5th regular season of the Professional Inline Hockey Association (PIHA). The 2006 Founders Cup Playoffs began on May 20, 2006 and concluded on June 17, with the Philadelphia Growl defeating the Littleton Fire to win their second straight Founders Cup.

Events

The 2006 PIHA All-Star Classic was hosted by the Philadelphia Growl at the Sportsplex in Feasterville, PA. The Philadelphia Growl hosted the All-Star Classic for the first time. Brian Yingling (West) of the Pikes Peak Prowlers won the All-Star MVP.

Regular season

Final standings

"Green shaded teams clinched a playoff berth."

"Yellow shaded teams clinched their division and home-court advantage throughout the divisional playoffs."

"Orange shaded teams clinched their conference."

"Red shaded team won the Best Overall Record trophy."


=Eastern Conference=

Leading Goaltenders

"Note: GP = Games played; MIN = Minutes Played; W = Wins; L = Losses; GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average"

Goals Against Average

Founders Cup Playoffs

Playoff bracket

8TeamBracket | RD1=Conference Semifinals
RD2=Conference Finals
RD3=Founders Cup Finals
group1=Eastern Conference
group2=Western Conference

RD1-seed1=E1
RD1-team1=Philadelphia
RD1-score1=2
RD1-seed2=E4
RD1-team2=Morristown
RD1-score2=0

RD1-seed3=E2
RD1-team3=York
RD1-score3=2
RD1-seed4=E3
RD1-team4=Harrisburg
RD1-score4=1

RD1-seed5=W1
RD1-team5=Littleton
RD1-score5=2
RD1-seed6=W4
RD1-team6=Westminster
RD1-score6=1

RD1-seed7=W2
RD1-team7=Pikes Peak
RD1-score7=0
RD1-seed8=W3
RD1-team8=Colorado Springs
RD1-score8=2

RD2-seed1=E1
RD2-team1=Philadelphia
RD2-score1=3
RD2-seed2=E2
RD2-team2=York
RD2-score2=0

RD2-seed3=W1
RD2-team3=Littleton
RD2-score3=3
RD2-seed4=W3
RD2-team4=Colorado Springs
RD2-score4=1

RD3-seed1=E1
RD3-team1=Philadelphia
RD3-score1=3
RD3-seed2=W1
RD3-team2=Littleton
RD3-score2=1

Founders Cup Finals

PIHA awards


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