The NHL's Atlantic Division was formed in 1993 as part of the Eastern Conference in a league realignment, the predecessor of which was the Patrick Division. It is the only division in the NHL where all of its members have won the Stanley Cup at least once (though only two teams have won the Stanley Cup as a member of the Atlantic Division).

Current LineupEdit

Division LineupsEdit


  • Florida Panthers
  • New Jersey Devils
  • New York Islanders
  • New York Rangers
  • Philadelphia Flyers
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Washington Capitals

Changes from the 1992-1993 SeasonEdit

  • The Atlantic Division is formed as a result of NHL realignment
  • The New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, and Washington Capitals come from the Patrick Division
  • The Tampa Bay Lightning come from the Norris Division
  • The Florida Panthers were added as an expansion team


  • New Jersey Devils
  • New York Islanders
  • New York Rangers
  • Philadelphia Flyers
  • Pittsburgh Penguins

Changes from the 1997-1998 SeasonEdit

  • The Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Washington Capitals move to the new Southeast Division
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins move in from the Northeast Division

Division ChampionsEdit

Stanley Cup Winners ProducedEdit

  1. 1994 - New York Rangers
  2. 1995 - New Jersey Devils
  3. 2000 - New Jersey Devils
  4. 2003 - New Jersey Devils
  5. 2009 - Pittsburgh Penguins
  6. 2011 - Boston Bruins

Atlantic Division Titles Won By TeamEdit

  1. Number of Championships
Last Time Won
New York Rangers 2 2012
Philadelphia Flyers 6 2011
New JerseyDevils 9 2010
Pittsburgh Penguins 2 2013
Boston Bruins 1 2014

See alsoEdit


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