1994–95 NHL season

The NHL 1994/95 season was the 78th season in the National Hockey League. 26 teams each played 48 games. The Stanley Cup won by the New Jersey Devils for a 4-0 win in the final series against the Detroit Red Wings. Due to the 103 -day lockout that ended only on 11 January 1995, the regular season did not begin until the end of January and had been shortened from 84 to 48 games.

It should be the last season of the Quebec Nordiques. In summer 1995 it was announced that the team to Denver, Colorado moves and changes its name to Colorado Avalanche.

  • 2.1 Playoff Tree
  • 2.2 Round 1 ( Division semi -finals ) 2.2.1 Eastern Conference
  • 2.2.2 Western Conference
  • 2.3.1 Eastern Conference
  • 2.3.2 Western Conference

Regular Season

Statements Tables

Note: GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = tie after overtime, GF = Goals Scored, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points Notes: In parentheses is the placement within the Conference; = Playoff Qualification = Division Winner, = Conference winner, = Presidents' Trophy winners

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Best Scorer

Best Scorers were Jaromir Jagr and Eric Lindros with 70 points. The top scorer Peter Bondra met 34 times, but this was not enough even among the top 25 scorers, as he contributed only 9 assists. In the templates was Ron Francis with 48 of the best and he led with 30 in the plus / minus rating. Ray Bourque tried it with 210 shots most often. In majority Cam Neely had 16 goals the best, while was outnumbered Peter Bondra successfully with 6 meeting. With an average of 24.5 almost every fifth shot of Ian Laperrière landed in the goal. The bad boy of the season was Enrico Ciccone with 225 penalty minutes. The most successful defender was Paul Coffey with 14 goals, 44 templates and 58 points.

Note: GP = Games, B = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points, / - = Plus / Minus, PIM = penalty minutes; Fat: Saisonbestwert

Best Goalkeeper

Note: GP = Games, TOI = Ice Age ( in minutes), W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GA = Goals against, SO = shutouts, Sv % = held shots (in%), GAA = Gegentorschnitt; Fat: Saisonbestwert

Best Rookie Scorer

Best scorer among the rookies was Peter Forsberg with 50 points. With 35 templates he laid the foundation stone for this purpose. Paul Kariya was leading scorer with 18 goals. The plus / minus rating of rookies led Forsberg with 17. The bad boy among the rookies was Denis Chassé with 133 penalty minutes.

Note: GP = Games, B = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points, / - = Plus / Minus, PIM = Penalty minutes

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Playoff Tree

Round 1 ( Division semi -finals )

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Round 2 ( Conference Semifinals )

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Round 3 ( Conference Finals )

Stanley Cup Finals

Stanley Cup winner

The Stanley Cup champion New Jersey Devils traditionally had a total of 43 people, including 25 players and some officials, including the coaching staff and management, engraved on the base of the trophy. Among these was the assistant coach Larry Robinson, who had already won the Stanley Cup as a player five times. Among the scouts was with Marcel Pronovost another, whose name was engraved for the sixth time on the Cup. For the players this is that they should have either 41 appearances for the team in the regular season contest or a game in the final series. But there are also always exceptions.

The 25 players of New Jersey consisted of two goalkeepers, eight defenders and 15 attackers together, including with the Albelin Sweden, the Czech Holik and the two Russians Brylin and Selepukin four Europeans. With Neal breads won 16 years after the Olympic victory of the USA in the Miracle on Ice, the second player from the squad after Ken Morrow the Stanley Cup.

Goalkeeper Martin Brodeur, Chris Terreri

Defender: Tommy Albelin, Shawn Chambers, Ken Daneyko, Kevin Dean, Bruce Driver, Chris McAlpine, Scott Niedermayer, Scott Stevens ( C)

Attacker: Neal breads, Sergei Brylin, Bobby Carpenter, Tom Chorske, Danton Cole, Jim Dowd, Bill Guerin, Bobby Holik, Claude Lemieux, John MacLean, Randy McKay, Mike Peluso, Stéphane Richer, Brian Rolston, Valery Selepukin

Head Coach: Jacques Lemaire general manager Lou Lamoriello

Best Scorer

Note: GP = Games, B = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points, / - = Plus / Minus, PIM = penalty minutes; Fat: Saisonbestwert

NHL awards and trophies awarded

  • Main article: NHL Awards 1995