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"Campbell Conference" redirects here. For the science fiction conference, see Campbell Conference (science fiction). Western Conference logo, circa 2006 French version of the Western Conference logo The Western Conference (French: Conférence de l'Ouest) is one of two conferences in the National Hockey League (NHL) used to divide teams. Its counterpart is the Eastern Conference. Previously known as the Clarence Campbell Conference (or Campbell Conference), it was created in 1974 when the NHL realigned its teams into two conferences and four divisions. Because the new conferences and divisions had little to do with North American geography, geographical references were removed. The conferences and divisions were re-aligned in 1981 to better reflect the geographical locations of the teams, but the existing names were retained with the Campbell Conference becoming the conference for the NHL's westernmost teams. The names of conferences and divisions were changed in 1993 to reflect the their geographic locations. Then-new NHL commissioner Gary Bettman made the change to help non-hockey fans better understand the game, as the National Basketball Association, National Football League, and Major League Baseball all use geographic-based names for their conferences and divisions. However, the trophy awarded to the conference champion, the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl, retains some connection to the heritage of the league. In 2005, following the lockout, Gary Bettman changed the Western Conference logo (along with the Eastern Conference and NHL logos) to its current form. Divisions Before the 1993 realignment, the Campbell Conference consisted of the Norris Division and the Smythe Division. Currently, the Western Conference comprises 15 teams in three divisions: Central, Northwest, and Pacific. Central Chicago Blackhawks Columbus Blue Jackets Detroit Red Wings Nashville Predators St. Louis Blues Northwest Calgary Flames Colorado Avalanche Edmonton Oilers Minnesota Wild Vancouver Canucks Pacific Anaheim Ducks Dallas Stars Los Angeles Kings Phoenix Coyotes San Jose Sharks Champions For a list of the conference champions, see Clarence S. Campbell Bowl. Stanley Cup champions produced 1974–75 - Philadelphia Flyers† 1979–80 - New York Islanders† 1980–81 - New York Islanders† 1983–84 - Edmonton Oilers 1984–85 - Edmonton Oilers 1986–87 - Edmonton Oilers 1987–88 - Edmonton Oilers 1988–89 - Calgary Flames 1989–90 - Edmonton Oilers 1995–96 - Colorado Avalanche 1996–97 - Detroit Red Wings 1997–98 - Detroit Red Wings 1998–99 - Dallas Stars 2000–01 - Colorado Avalanche 2001–02 - Detroit Red Wings 2006–07 - Anaheim Ducks 2007–08 - Detroit Red Wings 2009–10 - Chicago Blackhawks † - The Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Islanders are no longer members of the Campbell/Western Conference. They moved to the Wales/Eastern Conference prior to the 1981–82 NHL season. v • d • e National Hockey League Western Conference Eastern Conference Central Chicago Blackhawks Columbus Blue Jackets Detroit Red Wings Nashville Predators St. Louis Blues Northwest Calgary Flames Colorado Avalanche Edmonton Oilers Minnesota Wild Vancouver Canucks Pacific Anaheim Ducks Dallas Stars Los Angeles Kings Phoenix Coyotes San Jose Sharks Atlantic New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins Northeast Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Montreal Canadiens Ottawa Senators Toronto Maple Leafs Southeast Atlanta Thrashers Carolina Hurricanes Florida Panthers Tampa Bay Lightning Washington Capitals Seasons (structure) · Stanley Cup (Playoffs–Champions–Finals-Conference Finals) · Presidents' Trophy · All-Star Game · Draft · Players (Association) · All-Star Teams · Awards · Winter Classic · SuperSkills Competition · Captains History · Organizational changes · Timeline · Defunct teams · NHA · Original Six · 1967 Expansion · WHA · Potential expansion · Streaks · Droughts · Hall of Fame (members) · Rivalries · Arenas · Rules · Fighting · Violence Category · Portal  · 2010–11 season