Temporada da NHL de 1993–94

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A temporada da NHL de 1992–93 foi a 76.ª temporada da National Hockey League (NHL). A liga teve uma expansão para 26 equipes com a entrada de Mighty Ducks of Anaheim e Florida Panthers. O New York Rangers foi o campeão da Copa Stanley. Foi a quarta conquista da equipe, a primeira em 54 temportadas, desde 1939–40.

A performance espetacular de Dominik Hasek do Buffalo Sabres inaugurou uma nova era de dominância dos goleiros na NHL. Apenas três equipes atingiram a marca de 300 gols, e apenas um, o Detroit Red Wings, teve média de mais de quatro gols por partida.[1] Os goleiros conseguiram 99 partidas sem serem vazados durante a temporada regular,[2] uma marca que quebrou a marca de 85 jogos de 1974–75.[3]

Negócios da Liga[editar | editar código-fonte]

Para esta temporada, os nomes das conferências foram alterados de Campbell e Wales para Oeste e Leste respectivamente, e as divisões foram renomeadas de Adams, Patrick, Norris, e Smythe para Nordeste, Atlântico, Central, e Pacífico respectivamente.[4] Cada divisão teve mudanças. A Divisão Nordeste recebeu o Pittsburgh Penguins, anteriormente na Divisão Patrick. A Divisão do Atlântico ficou com o estreante Florida Panthers e o Tampa Bay Lightning, que estava na Divisão Norris. A Divisão Central recebeu o Winnipeg Jets da Divisão Smythe. A Divisão do Pacífico teve a adição do Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. O novo comissário da Liga Gary Bettman, que trabalhou anteriormente na National Basketball Association (NBA), considerou os nomes confusos para torcedores não tradicionais e acreditou que uma mudança na nomeação para divisões geográficas, como usada em outras grandes ligas, seria mais compreensível para novos torcedores.

Além disso, o formato de play-off foi modificado para uma classificação beaseada na conferência, em vez de chaveamentos por divisão. Os vencedores das divisões foram classificados em primeiro e segundo pela ordem de pontos, enquanto os seis classificados remanescentes na conferência foram ordenados de terceiro a oitavo. [4] Todavia, diferentemente da NBA, a NHL colocou as equipes de maior pontuação contra os de menor pontuação na segunda fase.Para reduzir o número de viagens para a Costa Oeste, quando uma equipe da Divisão Central enfrentou uma do Pacífico nos play-offs, o formato foi de 2–3–2, em vez do tradicional 2–2–1–1–1, o que ocorreu apenas nesta temporada.

Mudanças de franquias[editar | editar código-fonte]

Temporada regular[editar | editar código-fonte]

Os Panters e os Mighty Ducks estabeleceram novas marcas para equipes estreantes. Ambos terminaram com 33 vitórias, passando os 31 triunfos do Philadelphia Flyers e do Los Angeles Kings em 1967–68. Essa marca se manteria até a trigésima quarta vitória do Vegas Golden Knights em sua temporada inaugural em 1 de fevereiro de 2018, terminando com 51 vitórias.[5] Os Panters também estabeleceram um recorde de 83 pontos, passando o recorde de 73 pontos dos Flyers em 1968. Os Golden Knights despedaçaram este recorde por 26 pontos, ao marcarem 109 pontos em 2017-18.

Os campeões das divisões classificaram-se aos play-offs como primeiro e segundo cabeças-de-chave. Os outros seis classificados foram os melhores desempenhos da conferência que não ganharam divisões.

Classificação final[editar | editar código-fonte]

Times que se classificaram aos playoffs estão destacados em negrito

Conferência Leste
Posição Jogos Vitórias Derrotas Empates Gols pró Gols contra Pontos
1 p-New York Rangers * 84 52 24 8 299 231 112
2 x-Pittsburgh Penguins * 84 44 27 13 299 285 101
3 New Jersey Devils 84 47 25 12 306 220 106
4 Boston Bruins 84 42 29 13 289 252 97
5 Montreal Canadiens 84 41 29 14 283 248 96
6 Buffalo Sabres 84 43 32 9 282 218 95
7 Washington Capitals 84 39 35 10 277 263 88
8 New York Islanders 84 36 36 12 282 264 84
9 Florida Panthers 84 33 34 17 233 233 83
10 Philadelphia Flyers 84 35 39 10 294 314 80
11 Quebec Nordiques 84 34 42 8 277 292 76
12 Tampa Bay Lightning 84 30 43 11 224 251 71
13 Hartford Whalers 84 27 48 9 227 288 63
14 Ottawa Senators 84 14 61 9 201 397 37
Final standings
Conferência Oeste
Posição Jogos Vitórias Derrotas Empates Gols pró Gols contra Pontos
1 y- Detroit Red Wings * CEN 84 46 30 8 356 275 100
2 x- Calgary Flames PAC 84 42 29 13 302 256 97
3 Toronto Maple Leafs CEN 84 43 29 12 280 243 98
4 Dallas Stars CEN 84 42 29 13 286 265 97
5 St. Louis Blues CEN 84 40 33 11 270 283 91
6 Chicago Blackhawks CEN 84 39 36 9 254 240 87
7 Vancouver Canucks PAC 84 41 40 3 279 276 85
8 San Jose Sharks PAC 84 33 35 16 252 265 82
9 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim PAC 84 33 46 5 229 251 71
10 Los Angeles Kings PAC 84 27 45 12 294 322 66
11 Edmonton Oilers PAC 84 25 45 14 261 305 64
12 Winnipeg Jets CEN 84 24 51 9 245 344 57
Final standings

Playoffs[editar | editar código-fonte]

Predefinição:Main article For the first time, all four former WHA teams (Edmonton, Hartford, Quebec, and Winnipeg) failed to make the playoffs in the same season.

Final[editar | editar código-fonte]

Predefinição:Main article

The Final pitted the New York Rangers, seeking to win their first Cup since Predefinição:Scfy, versus the Vancouver Canucks, looking for their first-ever Cup win. The series was hard-fought and went the full seven games. The Rangers took a 3–1 series lead, but the Canucks won the next two to force a game seven in New York. The Rangers won the game 3–2 to win their fourth Stanley Cup.


NY Rangers (1) vs. Vancouver (7)
Date Away Score Home Score OT
May 31 Vancouver 3 New York 2 OT
June 2 Vancouver 1 New York 3
June 4 New York 5 Vancouver 1
June 7 New York 4 Vancouver 2
June 9 Vancouver 6 New York 3
June 11 New York 1 Vancouver 4
June 14 Vancouver 2 New York 3
New York Rangers wins series 4–3
and Stanley Cup.
Brian Leetch (NY Rangers)
wins Conn Smythe Trophy.

Playoff bracket[editar | editar código-fonte]

Predefinição:1994 Stanley Cup playoffs

Prêmios[editar | editar código-fonte]

A cerimônia de premiação NHL awards aconteceu em 16 de julho de 1994.

1993–94 NHL Awards
Troféu dos Presidentes: New York Rangers
Troféu Prince of Wales: New York Rangers
Troféu Clarence S. Campbell: Vancouver Canucks
Troféu Art Ross: Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles Kings
Troféu Bill Masterton: Cam Neely, Boston Bruins
Troféu Memorial Calder: Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils
Troféu Conn Smythe: Brian Leetch, New York Rangers
Troféu Frank J. Selke: Sergei Fedorov, Detroit Red Wings
Troféu Memorial Hart: Sergei Fedorov, Detroit Red Wings
Troféu Jack Adams: Jacques Lemaire, New Jersey Devils
Troféu Memorial James Norris: Ray Bourque, Boston Bruins
Troféu Memorial King Clancy: Adam Graves, New York Rangers
Troféu Memorial Lady Byng: Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles Kings
Prêmio Lester B. Pearson: Sergei Fedorov, Detroit Red Wings
Prêmio Mais/Menos da NHL: Scott Stevens, New Jersey Devils
Troféu Vezina: Dominik Hasek, Buffalo Sabres
Troféu William M. Jennings: Dominik Hasek and Grant Fuhr, Buffalo Sabres
Troféu Lester Patrick: Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles Kings
Robert Ridder, U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame

Equipes do Jogo das estrelas[editar | editar código-fonte]

First team   Position   Second team
Dominik Hasek, Buffalo Sabres G John Vanbiesbrouck, Florida Panthers
Ray Bourque, Boston Bruins D Al MacInnis, Calgary Flames
Scott Stevens, New Jersey Devils D Brian Leetch, New York Rangers
Sergei Fedorov, Detroit Red Wings C Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles Kings
Pavel Bure, Vancouver Canucks RW Cam Neely, Boston Bruins
Brendan Shanahan, St. Louis Blues LW Adam Graves, New York Rangers

Player statistics[editar | editar código-fonte]

Scoring leaders[editar | editar código-fonte]

Player Team GP G A Pts
Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles 81 38 92 130
Sergei Fedorov Detroit 82 56 64 120
Adam Oates Boston 77 32 80 112
Doug Gilmour Toronto 83 27 84 111
Pavel Bure Vancouver 76 60 47 107
Jeremy Roenick Chicago 84 46 61 107
Mark Recchi Philadelphia 84 40 67 107
Brendan Shanahan St. Louis 81 52 50 102
Dave Andreychuk Toronto 83 53 46 99
Jaromir Jagr Pittsburgh 80 32 67 99

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Leading goaltenders[editar | editar código-fonte]

Player Team GP MIN GA SO GAA
Dominik Hasek Buffalo 58 3358 109 7 1.95
Martin Brodeur New Jersey 47 2625 105 3 2.40
Patrick Roy Montreal 68 3867 161 7 2.50
John Vanbiesbrouck Florida 57 3440 145 1 2.53
Mike Richter New York Rangers 68 3710 159 5 2.57
Darcy Wakaluk Dallas 36 2000 88 3 2.64
Ed Belfour Chicago 70 3998 178 7 2.67
Daren Puppa Tampa Bay 63 3653 165 4 2.71
Chris Terreri New Jersey 44 2340 106 2 2.72
Mark Fitzpatrick Florida 15 819 36 2 2.73

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Milestones[editar | editar código-fonte]

Debuts[editar | editar código-fonte]

The following is a list of players of note who played their first NHL game in 1993–94 (listed with their first team, asterisk(*) marks debut in playoffs):

Last games[editar | editar código-fonte]

The following is a list of players of note that played their last game in the NHL in 1993–94 (listed with their last team):

Trading deadline[editar | editar código-fonte]

Trading deadline: March 21, 1994.[8]

  • March 19, 1994: Donald Dufresne traded from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles for Los Angeles's sixth round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 19, 1994: Jeff Daniels traded from Pittsburgh to Florida for Greg Hawgood.
  • March 19, 1994: Doug Zmolek and Mike Lalor traded from San Jose to Dallas for Ulf Dahlen.
  • March 21, 1994: Joe Juneau traded from Boston to Washington for Al Iafrate.
  • March 21, 1994: Craig Janney traded from Vancouver to St. Louis for Jeff Brown, Bret Hedican and Nathan Lafayette.
  • March 21, 1994: Jim Johnson traded from Dallas to Washington for Alan May and Washington's seventh round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Joe Reekie traded from Tampa Bay to Washington for Enrico Ciccone and Washington's third round pick in 1994 Entry Draft and a conditional draft pick.
  • March 21, 1994: Steve Konroyd traded from Detroit to Ottawa for Daniel Berthiaume.
  • March 21, 1994: Phil Bourque traded from NY Rangers to Ottawa for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Tony Amonte and the rights to Matt Oates traded from NY Rangers to Chicago for Stephane Matteau and Brian Noonan.
  • March 21, 1994: Peter Andersson traded from NY Rangers to Florida for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Robert Dirk traded from Vancouver to Chicago for Chicago's fourth round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Mike Gartner traded from NY Rangers to Toronto for Glenn Anderson, the rights to Scott Malone and Toronto's fourth round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Craig MacTavish traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers for Todd Marchant.
  • March 21, 1994: Paul Ysebaert traded from Winnipeg to Chicago for Chicago's third round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Alexei Kasatonov traded from Anaheim to St. Louis for Maxim Bets and St. Louis' sixth round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Mike Needham traded from Pittsburgh to Dallas for Jim McKenzie.
  • March 21, 1994: Kevin Todd traded from Chicago to Los Angeles for Los Angeles's fourth round pick in the 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Pelle Eklund traded from Philadelphia to Dallas for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Roy Mitchell and Reid Simpson traded from Dallas to New Jersey for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Steve Passmore traded from Quebec to Edmonton for Brad Werenka.

Neutral site games[editar | editar código-fonte]

As a part of the 1992 strike settlement, the NHL and Bruce McNall's Multivision Marketing and Public Relations Co. organized 26 regular season games in cities without a franchise as a litmus test for future expansion.

The Stars played a neutral-site game in their previous market of Minnesota at the Target Center in Minneapolis, where they were greeted enthusiastically. The Minnesota North Stars' tradition of playing on New Year's Eve and holding a post-game skate on the ice was also continued with a game between the Flyers and Bruins.

The Lightning vs. Red Wings contest in Minneapolis was scheduled for Martin Luther King Day, a Monday, necessitating an afternoon face-off at 2:05 PM. However, due to an error on the NHL's part, the Lightning believed themselves to be playing at 7:35 PM, an error that was only discovered two weeks prior to the game by reporters. The Lightning ended up playing an 8:05 PM game in Winnipeg, flying back to the U.S., and playing again 18 hours later in Minneapolis.

The Panthers, in the midst of a playoff race, played a March "home" game against the Maple Leafs 30 miles from Toronto, at Hamilton.

Complete list of neutral-site games[editar | editar código-fonte]

Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Score OT City State/Province Arena Attendance
October 21, 1993 St. Louis 5 San Jose 2 Sacramento CA ARCO Arena 7,144
October 31, 1993 NY Rangers 4 New Jersey 1 Halifax NS Halifax Metro Centre 8,200
November 3, 1993 Pittsburgh 6 Buffalo 2 Sacramento CA ARCO Arena 10,117
November 9, 1993 Anaheim 4 Dallas 2 Phoenix AZ America West Arena 8,143
November 18, 1993 NY Islanders 5 Montréal 1 Hamilton ON Copps Coliseum 17,008
December 9, 1993 Dallas 6 Ottawa 1 Minneapolis MN Target Center 14,058
December 23, 1993 Vancouver 4 Calgary 3 Saskatoon SK Saskatchewan Place 11,429*
December 31, 1993 Philadelphia 4 Boston 3 Minneapolis MN Target Center 10,855
January 4, 1994 Tampa Bay 1 Toronto 0 Hamilton ON Copps Coliseum 17,526*
January 5, 1994 Montréal 2 Québec 0 Phoenix AZ America West Arena 11,393
January 6, 1994 St. Louis 2 Hartford 1 Cleveland OH Richfield Coliseum 6,956
January 17, 1994 Detroit 6 Tampa Bay 3 Minneapolis MN Target Center 8,764
January 23, 1994 Vancouver 5 Edmonton 4 (OT) Saskatoon SK Saskatchewan Place N/A
January 24, 1994 Calgary 3 Los Angeles 3 (OT) Phoenix AZ America West Arena 14,864
February 2, 1994 Washington 5 Philadelphia 2 Cleveland OH Richfield Coliseum 8,312
February 8, 1994 San Jose 4 Chicago 3 Sacramento CA ARCO Arena 14,182*
February 22, 1994 Florida 3 Winnipeg 2 Hamilton ON Copps Coliseum 6,291
February 24, 1994 Detroit 3 Hartford 0 Cleveland OH Richfield Coliseum 11,621
March 4, 1994 Winnipeg 6 Ottawa 1 Minneapolis MN Target Center 6,388
March 8, 1994 Chicago 3 Anaheim 0 Phoenix AZ America West Arena 13,847
March 9, 1994 NY Rangers 7 Washington 5 Halifax NS Halifax Metro Centre 9,200*
March 18, 1994 Buffalo 2 NY Islanders 2 (OT) Minneapolis MN Target Center 8,016
March 23, 1994 Florida 1 Toronto 1 (OT) Hamilton ON Copps Coliseum 17,096*
March 27, 1994 New Jersey 5 Quebec 2 Minneapolis MN Target Center 6,222
April 3, 1994 Pittsburgh 6 Boston 2 Cleveland OH Richfield Coliseum 17,224
April 3, 1994 Los Angeles 6 Edmonton 1 Sacramento CA ARCO Arena 10,363

Coaches[editar | editar código-fonte]

Eastern Conference[editar | editar código-fonte]

Team Coach Comments
Boston Bruins Brian Sutter
Buffalo Sabres John Muckler
Florida Panthers Roger Neilson
Hartford Whalers Pierre McGuire Replaced midseason by Paul Holmgren
Montreal Canadiens Jacques Demers
New Jersey Devils Jacques Lemaire
New York Islanders Al Arbour
New York Rangers Mike Keenan
Ottawa Senators Rick Bowness
Philadelphia Flyers Terry Simpson
Pittsburgh Penguins Eddie Johnston
Quebec Nordiques Pierre Page
Tampa Bay Lightning Terry Crisp
Washington Capitals Terry Murray Replaced late in the season by Jim Schoenfeld

Western Conference[editar | editar código-fonte]

Team Coach Comments
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Ron Wilson
Calgary Flames Dave King
Chicago Blackhawks Darryl Sutter
Dallas Stars Bob Gainey
Detroit Red Wings Scotty Bowman
Edmonton Oilers Ted Green Replaced early in the season by Glen Sather
Los Angeles Kings Barry Melrose
St. Louis Blues Bob Berry
San Jose Sharks Kevin Constantine
Toronto Maple Leafs Pat Burns
Vancouver Canucks Pat Quinn
Winnipeg Jets John Paddock

Hat Tricks[editar | editar código-fonte]

Predefinição:Main article

Ver também[editar | editar código-fonte]

References[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Diamond, Dan, ed. (2000). Total Hockey. Kingston, NY: Total Sports. ISBN 1-892129-85-X 
  • Dinger, Ralph, ed. (2011). The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2012. Toronto, ON: Dan Diamond & Associates. ISBN 978-1-894801-22-5 
  • Dryden, Steve, ed. (2000). Century of hockey. Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart Ltd. ISBN 0-7710-4179-9 
  • Fischler, Stan; Fischler, Shirley; Hughes, Morgan; Romain, Joseph; Duplacey, James (2003). The Hockey Chronicle: Year-by-Year History of the National Hockey League. Lincolnwood, IL: Publications International Inc. ISBN 0-7853-9624-1 
Notes
  1. «Archived copy». Consultado em 19 de novembro de 2013. Cópia arquivada em 29 de setembro de 2013  Parâmetro desconhecido |url-status= ignorado (ajuda)
  2. «1993-94 NHL Goalie Statistics». Hockey-Reference.com 
  3. «1974-75 NHL Goalie Statistics». Hockey-Reference.com 
  4. a b Kerr, Grant (April 1, 1993). «NHL formally announces complete realignment package». The Globe and Mail. Canadian Press. p. C8  Verifique data em: |data= (ajuda)
  5. «Golden Knights vs. Jets - Game Recap - February 1, 2018». ESPN 
  6. Standings: NHL Public Relations Department (2008). Dave McCarthy; et al., eds. THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Official Guide & Record Book/2009. [S.l.]: National Hockey League. p. 154. ISBN 978-1-894801-14-0 
  7. «1993-94 NHL Leaders». Hockey-Reference.com 
  8. NHL trade deadline: Deals since 1980 | Habs Inside/Out Arquivado em 2009-02-16 no Wayback Machine.

Referências[editar | editar código-fonte]

Precedido por
1992-93
Lista de temporadas da NHL
1993-94
Sucedido por
1994-95