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84-85QueNor
1984–85 Quebec Nordiques · NHL
Division 2nd Adams
Conference 4th Wales
1984–85 record 41–30–9
Home record 24–12–4
Road record 17–18–5
Goals for 323
Goals against 275
General Manager Maurice Filion
Coach Michel Bergeron
Captain Mario Marois
Alternate captains None
Arena Le Colisée
Team leaders
Goals Michel Goulet (55)
Assists Peter Stastny (68)
Points Peter Stastny (100)
Penalties in minutes Dale Hunter (209)
Wins Mario Gosselin (19)
Goals against average Mario Gosselin (3.34)
The 1984-85 Quebec Nordiques was the Nordiques sixth season in the National Hockey League.

OffseasonEdit

The Nordiques had a pretty quiet off-season, as they looked to build off of their successful 1983-84 season.  The club hired the recently retired Guy Lapointe as an assistant coach, while they also signed goaltender Richard Sevigny as a free agent from the Montreal Canadiens. Sevigny had a 16-18-2 record with a 3.38 GAA with Montreal in 1983-84.

Regular SeasonEdit

Quebec started the season off pretty slow, going only 3-6-1 in their first ten games, sitting in last place in the Adams Division. Quebec continued to play mediocre hockey for the majority of the first half of the season, as they had a 16-16-6 record after 38 games, battling with the Boston Bruins for third place in the division.  The Nordiques played much better in the second half of the season, as they would battle with the Montreal Canadiens and Buffalo Sabres for first in the division.  Quebec finished the season with a 41-30-9 record, earning 91 points, and a second-place finish, just three points behind the Canadiens.

Peter Stastny led the Nordiques offensively, leading the club with 100 points in 75 games, while Michel Goulet scored a team high 55 goals, while earning 95 points in 69 games. Anton Stastny had 38 goals and 80 points, while Dale Hunter scored 20 goals and 72 points, while accumulating a team high 209 penalty minutes. Brad Maxwell and Brent Ashton, acquired from the Minnesota North Stars in December, sparked the Nordiques, as Ashton had 51 points in 49 games, while Maxwell had 31 points in 50 games on the blueline.

In goal, Quebec was led by rookie Mario Gosselin, as he had a team high 19 wins with a team best 3.34 GAA in 35 games. Richard Sevigny had a 10-6-2 record with a 3.37 GAA in 20 games, while Dan Bouchard was 12-13-4 with a 3.49 GAA in 29 games.

Final standingsEdit

Adams Division
  GP W L T GF GA PIM PTS
Montreal Canadiens 80 41 27 12 309 262 1464 94
Quebec Nordiques 80 41 30 9 323 275 1643 91
Buffalo Sabres 80 38 28 14 290 237 1221 90
Boston Bruins 80 36 34 10 303 287 1825 82
Hartford Whalers 80 30 41 9 268 318 1606 69

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes
Note: Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Record vs. opponents Edit

Adams Division
Opponent Home Away Overall PTS GF GA
Boston Bruins 3–0–1 1–2–1 4–2–2 10 38 36
Buffalo Sabres 4–0–0 0–3–1 4–3–1 9 26 22
Hartford Whalers 3–1–0 2–2–0 5–3–0 10 36 20
Montreal Canadiens 0–4–0 1–2–1 1–6–1 3 20 34
Quebec Nordiques

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Patrick Division
Opponent Home Away Overall PTS GF GA
New Jersey Devils 1–0–1 0–1–0 1–1–1 3 12 13
New York Islanders 2–0–0 1–0–0 3–0–0 6 14 7
New York Rangers 1–1–0 1–0–0 2–1–0 4 13 10
Philadelphia Flyers 1–0–0 0–1–1 1–1–1 3 8 9
Pittsburgh Penguins 1–0–0 2–0–0 3–0–0 6 26 6
Washington Capitals 0–2–0 1–0–0 1–2–0 2 8 16

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Norris Division
Opponent Home Away Overall PTS GF GA
Chicago Blackhawks 1–0–0 2–0–0 3–0–0 6 11 7
Detroit Red Wings 1–0–0 0–2–0 1–2–0 4 12 13
Minnesota North Stars 2–0–0 1–0–0 3–0–0 6 17 4
St. Louis Blues 1–0–0 1–1–0 2–1–0 4 12 8
Toronto Maple Leafs 0–0–2 1–0–0 1–0–2 4 16 7

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Smythe Division
Opponent Home Away Overall PTS GF GA
Calgary Flames 1–0–0 0–1–1 1–1–1 3 8 9
Edmonton Oilers 0–1–0 0–2–0 0–3–0 0 5 19
Los Angeles Kings 1–1–0 1–0–0 2–1–0 4 16 13
Vancouver Canucks 0–1–0 2–0–0 2–1–0 4 15 11
Winnipeg Jets 1–1–0 0–1–0 1–2–0 6 10 12

Month-by-month Edit

Month Games Won Lost Tie PTS GF GA
October 11 4 6 1 9 41 44
November 12 7 5 0 14 45 46
December 15 5 5 5 15 62 55
January 13 8 4 1 17 51 36
February 12 7 4 1 15 61 47
March 13 8 4 1 17 55 48
April 4 2 2 0 4 12 14

Schedule and results Edit

Pre season Edit

1984 pre-season game log: 5–3–2, 12 Points (Home: 1–2–2; Road: 4–1–0)
# R Date Score Opponent Record Pts
1 T September 23, 1984 1–1 Toronto Maple Leafs (1984–85) 0–0–1 1
2 L September 25, 1984 5–7 Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 0–1–1 1
3 W September 26, 1984 3–2 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1984–85) 1–1–1 3
4 W September 27, 1984 6–4 vs. Minnesota North Stars (1984–85) (at Richfield, Ohio) 2–1–1 5
5 T September 29, 1984 4–4 Minnesota North Stars (1984–85) 2–1–2 5
6 L September 30, 1984 1–3 vs. Boston Bruins (1984–85) (at Worcester, Massachusetts) 2–2–2 6
7 W October 2, 1984 7–5 Boston Bruins (1984–85) 3–2–2 8
8 W October 5, 1984 3–1 @ Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 4–2–2 10
9 W October 6, 1984 6–3 @ Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 5–2–2 12
10 L October 7, 1984 3–4 Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 5–3–2 12

Regular seasonEdit

1984–85 Game Log: 41–30–9, 91 Points (Home: 24–12–4; Road: 17–18–5)
# R Date Score Opponent Record Pts Attendance
1WOctober 11, 19845–2 @ Vancouver Canucks (1984–85) 1–0–0 2 11,966
2LOctober 13, 19842–7 @ Calgary Flames (1984–85) 1–1–0 2 16,863
3LOctober 14, 19842–9 @ Edmonton Oilers (1984–85) 1–2–0 2 17,498
4WOctober 17, 19844–1 Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 2–2–0 4 15,262
5LOctober 19, 19844–5 @ Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 2–3–0 4 14,178
6WOctober 20, 198412–3 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1984–85) 3–3–0 6 16,182
7LOctober 23, 19841–3 Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 3–4–0 6 15,381
8TOctober 26, 19842–2 OT Toronto Maple Leafs (1984–85) 3–4–1 7 14,739
9LOctober 27, 19842–5 New York Rangers (1984–85) 3–5–1 7 14,782
10LOctober 29, 19842–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 3–6–1 7 16,881
11WOctober 31, 19845–3 @ Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 4–6–1 9 10,152
12LNovember 1, 19841–7 @ Boston Bruins (1984–85) 4–7–1 9 14,451
13WNovember 3, 19845–4 New York Islanders (1984–85) 5–7–1 11 15,267
14WNovember 6, 19845–3 Winnipeg Jets (1984–85) 6–7–1 13 13,384
15LNovember 10, 19840–1 Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 6–8–1 13 14,801
16LNovember 13, 19844–5 OT Los Angeles Kings (1984–85) 6–9–1 13 14,280
17WNovember 14, 19847–3 @ St. Louis Blues (1984–85) 7–9–1 15 10,183
18LNovember 16, 19842–4 @ St. Louis Blues (1984–85) 7–10–1 17 12,162
19WNovember 18, 19845–3 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1984–85) 8–10–1 17 17,372
20WNovember 20, 19843–2 OT Chicago Black Hawks (1984–85) 9–10–1 19 14,838
21WNovember 24, 19848–3 New York Rangers (1984–85) 10–10–1 21 15,017
22WNovember 25, 19843–2 OT @ New York Rangers (1984–85) 11–10–1 23 17,149
23LNovember 27, 19842–9 Washington Capitals (1984–85) 11–11–1 23 14,973
24WDecember 1, 19848–4 Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 12–11–1 25 14,268
25TDecember 3, 19843–3 OT Boston Bruins (1984–85) 12–11–2 26 15,118
26TDecember 6, 19841–1 OT @ Philadelphia Flyers (1984–85) 12–11–3 27 16,224
27WDecember 8, 19847–3 New Jersey Devils (1984–85) 13–11–3 29 13,717
28TDecember 9, 19844–4 OT @ Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 13–11–4 30 14,762
29LDecember 11, 19843–4 Vancouver Canucks (1984–85) 13–12–4 30 15,215
30TDecember 13, 19845–5 OT @ Boston Bruins (1984–85) 13–12–5 31 12,578
31LDecember 15, 19843–8 @ New Jersey Devils (1984–85) 13–13–5 31 9,145
32LDecember 18, 19841–4 Washington Capitals (1984–85) 13–14–5 31 14,483
33LDecember 20, 19844–5 @ Detroit Red Wings (1984–85) 13–15–5 31 18,156
34WDecember 22, 19843–1 Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 14–15–5 33 14,042
35WDecember 23, 19843–2 OT @ Chicago Black Hawks (1984–85) 15–15–5 35 17,137
36LDecember 27, 19843–5 Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 15–16–5 35 15,380
37WDecember 29, 198410–2 Pittsburgh Penguins (1984–85) 16–16–5 37 14,874
38TDecember 31, 19844–4 OT @ Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 16–16–6 38 18,091
39WJanuary 2, 19857–3 Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 17–16–6 40 14,752
40WJanuary 4, 19855–3 @ Washington Capitals (1984–85) 18–16–6 42 15,525
41WJanuary 5, 19858–3 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1984–85) 19–16–6 44 11,939
42LJanuary 8, 19850–4 Edmonton Oilers (1984–85) 19–17–6 44 15,360
43WJanuary 11, 19854–0 Calgary Flames (1984–85) 20–17–6 46 14,730
44WJanuary 13, 19855–2 Detroit Red Wings (1984–85) 21–17–6 48 14,027
45LJanuary 15, 19851–2 Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 21–18–6 48 15,380
46WJanuary 19, 19854–3 Boston Bruins (1984–85) 22–18–6 50 15,358
47TJanuary 22, 19852–2 OT Toronto Maple Leafs (1984–85) 22–18–7 51 14,770
48WJanuary 24, 19854–3 @ Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 23–18–7 53 18,101
49WJanuary 25, 19854–2 Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 24–18–7 55 14,929
50LJanuary 27, 19852–3 @ Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 24–19–7 55 15,566
51LJanuary 31, 19855–6 @ Boston Bruins (1984–85) 24–20–7 55 13,867
52LFebruary 2, 19853–6 @ Detroit Red Wings (1984–85) 24–21–7 55 17,204
53WFebruary 3, 19855–1 Minnesota North Stars (1984–85) 25–21–7 57 15,100
54LFebruary 7, 19854–5 Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 25–22–7 57 15,370
55TFebruary 9, 19852–2 OT New Jersey Devils (1984–85) 25–22–8 58 15,058
56WFebruary 10, 198510–4 @ Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 26–22–8 60 11,090
57LFebruary 14, 19853–6 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1984–85) 26–23–8 60 16,925
58WFebruary 16, 19858–1 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1984–85) 27–23–8 62 11,311
59WFebruary 17, 19854–3 @ Minnesota North Stars (1984–85) 28–23–8 64 14,303
60WFebruary 19, 19857–6 Los Angeles Kings (1984–85) 29–23–8 66 15,326
61LFebruary 22, 19853–6 @ Edmonton Oilers (1984–85) 29–24–8 66 17,498
62WFebruary 23, 19857–5 @ Vancouver Canucks (1984–85) 30–24–8 68 11,053
63WFebruary 27, 19855–2 @ Los Angeles Kings (1984–85) 31–24–8 70 11,719
64WMarch 2, 19854–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1984–85) 32–24–8 72 15,352
65WMarch 5, 19856–4 Boston Bruins (1984–85) 33–24–8 74 15,345
66LMarch 8, 19853–6 @ Winnipeg Jets (1984–85) 33–25–8 74 13,918
67TMarch 9, 19852–2 OT @ Calgary Flames (1984–85) 33–25–9 75 16,683
68WMarch 13, 19858–0 Minnesota North Stars (1984–85) 34–25–9 77 14,964
69LMarch 15, 19852–3 OT Winnipeg Jets (1984–85) 34–26–9 77 15,182
70WMarch 18, 19858–4 @ Boston Bruins (1984–85) 35–26–9 79 13,515
71WMarch 21, 19855–1 @ New York Islanders (1984–85) 36–26–9 81 15,683
72LMarch 24, 19851–2 @ Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 36–27–9 81 10,440
73WMarch 26, 19854–3 Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 37–27–9 83 15,327
74WMarch 28, 19854–2 New York Islanders (1984–85) 38–27–9 85 15,009
75WMarch 30, 19853–1 St. Louis Blues (1984–85) 39–27–9 87 15,362
76LMarch 31, 19851–3 @ Buffalo Sabres (1984–85) 39–28–9 87 16,433
77WApril 2, 19856–4 Boston Bruins (1984–85) 40–28–9 89 15,356
78LApril 4, 19851–7 @ Montreal Canadiens (1984–85) 40–29–9 89 18,084
79LApril 6, 19851–2 @ Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 40–30–9 89 12,730
80WApril 7, 19854–1 Hartford Whalers (1984–85) 41–30–9 91 15,004

PlayoffsEdit

The Nordiques opened the 1985 Stanley Cup playoffs with a best of five Adams Division quarter-final series against the Buffalo Sabres. The series began with two games at Le Colisée, and the Nordiques took care of business at home, winning the first game 5-2, followed by a close 3-2 victory in the second game to go up 2-0 in the series.  The series moved to the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium for the third game, and the Sabres stayed alive in the series with a 6-4 win to cut the Nordiques series lead to 2-1.  Buffalo easily handled the Nordiques in the fourth game at the Auditorium, winning 7-4, to even the series up at two games each, sending the series back to Quebec City for a fifth and deciding game.  The Nordiques and Sabres played a very close game, with Quebec winning 6-5, to win the series and advance to the Division finals.

Quebec would face the Montreal Canadiens in the best of seven Division finals.   The Canadiens had a 41-27-12 record during the regular season, earning 94 points and finishing in first place in the Adams Division, three points ahead of the Nordiques.  Montreal eliminated the Boston Bruins in five games in the first round of the playoffs.  The series opened with two games at the Montreal Forum, however, it was Quebec who struck first, winning the first game 2-1 in overtime, before the Canadiens evened the series with a 6-4 win in the second game.  The series moved to Le Colisée for the next two games, and the Nordiques once again took the series lead, winning the third game 7-6 in overtime to go up 2-1 in the series.  The Canadiens responded in the fourth game, defeating Quebec 3-1 in the fourth game to even the series up once again.  In the fifth game in Montreal, the Nordiques came out flying, easily defeating the Canadiens 5-1 to take a 3-2 series lead, and game six moving back to Quebec City.  In the sixth game, the Canadiens fought off elimination, defeating the Nordiques 5-2 to once again tie the series, forcing a seventh and deciding game at the Montreal Forum.  In a very close game, the Nordiques and Canadiens were tied 2-2 after regulation time, forcing overtime, and in the extra period, Peter Stastny scored the series clinching goal as Quebec stunned the Canadiens with a 3-2 victory, advancing to the Wales Conference finals for the second time in four seasons.

The Nordiques would face off against the Philadelphia Flyers in the best of seven Conference finals.  The Flyers had the best record in the NHL, as they had a 53-20-7 record, earning 113 points, winning the Patrick Division by twelve points over the second place Washington Capitals. In the playoffs, Philadelphia swept the New York Rangers in three games, before defeating the New York Islanders in five games in the division finals.  Since the Adams Division had a better record against the Patrick Division, the Nordiques would have home ice advantage.  The series began with two games at Le Colisée, as the Nordiques won a tough defensive battle in overtime by a score of 2-1 to take an early series lead.  The Flyers evened the series with a 4-2 win in the second game.  The series moved over to the Spectrum in Philadelphia, and the Flyers took a 2-1 series lead with another 4-2 victory in the third game.  The Nordiques rebounded in the fourth game at the Spectrum, silencing the Flyers with a 5-3 win to even the series up at two wins each.  The fifth game was played back in Quebec City, and the defensively tight Flyers squeaked out a 2-1 victory in the fifth game to return home with a 3-2 series lead.  Philadelphia dominated the Nordiques in the sixth game, outshooting Quebec 36-15, en route to a 3-0 to win the series and advance to the 1985 Stanley Cup Finals.

Adams Division Semifinals: (A2) Quebec Nordiques 3, (A3) Buffalo Sabres 2 Edit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Attendance
1 April 10 Buffalo Sabres 2–5 Quebec Nordiques 1–0 14,933
2 April 11 Buffalo Sabres 2–3 Quebec Nordiques 2–0 15,022
3 April 13 Quebec Nordiques 4–6 Buffalo Sabres 2–1 16,033
4 April 14 Quebec Nordiques 4–7 Buffalo Sabres 2–2 14,795
5 April 16 Buffalo Sabres 5–6 Quebec Nordiques 3–2 15,186

Adams Division Finals: (A2) Quebec Nordiques 4, (A1) Montreal Canadiens 3 Edit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Attendance
1 April 18 Quebec Nordiques 2–1 Montreal Canadiens 1–0 17,123
2 April 21 Quebec Nordiques 4–6 Montreal Canadiens 1–1 18,075
3 April 23 Montreal Canadiens 6–7 Quebec Nordiques 2–1 15,345
4 April 25 Montreal Canadiens 3–1 Quebec Nordiques 2–2 15,369
5 April 27 Quebec Nordiques 5–1 Montreal Canadiens 3–2 18,076
6 April 30 Montreal Canadiens 5–2 Quebec Nordiques 3–3 15,354
7 May 2 Quebec Nordiques 3–2 Montreal Canadiens 4–3 18,076

Prince of Wales Conference Finals: (P1) Philadelphia Flyers 4, (A2) Quebec Nordiques 2 Edit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Attendance
1 May 5 Philadelphia Flyers 1–2 Quebec Nordiques 1–0 15,194
2 May 7 Philadelphia Flyers 4–2 Quebec Nordiques 1–1 15,231
3 May 9 Quebec Nordiques 2–4 Philadelphia Flyers 1–2 17,191
4 May 12 Quebec Nordiques 5–3 Philadelphia Flyers 2–2 17,191
5 May 14 Philadelphia Flyers 2–1 Quebec Nordiques 2–3 15,300
6 May 16 Quebec Nordiques 0–3 Philadelphia Flyers 2–4 17,191

Player statsEdit

Regular season
Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Stastny, PeterPeter Stastny C 75 32 68 100 9523719
Goulet, MichelMichel Goulet LW 69 55 40 95 55101706
Stastny, AntonAnton Stastny LW 79 38 42 80 3018903
Hunter, DaleDale Hunter C 80 20 52 72 20923333
Ashton, BrentBrent Ashton LW 49 27 24 51 3818612
Paiement, WilfWilf Paiement RW 68 23 28 51 16512214
Marois, MarioMario Marois D 76 6 37 43 912200
Gillis, PaulPaul Gillis C 77 14 28 42 16812003
Sauve, Jean-FrancoisJean-Francois Sauve C 64 13 29 42 2111801
Bell, BruceBruce Bell D 75 6 31 37 4432201
Cote, AlainAlain Cote LW 80 13 22 35 3112110
Maxwell, BradBrad Maxwell D 50 7 24 31 11922101
Moller, RandyRandy Moller D 79 7 22 29 12029000
Price, PatPat Price D 68 1 26 27 11817000
Rochefort, NormandNormand Rochefort D 73 3 21 24 7412101
Lemieux, AlainAlain Lemieux C 30 11 11 22 12-1202
McKegney, TonyTony McKegney LW 30 12 9 21 122131
Stastny, MarianMarian Stastny RW 50 7 14 21 41001
Savard, AndreAndre Savard C 35 9 10 19 8-3111
Kumpel, MarkMark Kumpel RW 42 8 7 15 264100
Gaulin, Jean-MarcJean-Marc Gaulin RW 22 3 3 6 82000
Berglund, BoBo Berglund RW 12 4 1 5 62001
Dufour, LucLuc Dufour LW 30 2 3 5 27-5000
Mann, JimmyJimmy Mann RW 25 0 4 4 543000
Loob, PeterPeter Loob D 8 1 2 3 05000
Sleigher, LouisLouis Sleigher RW 6 1 2 3 0-1001
Bouchard, DanDan Bouchard G 29 0 2 2 20000
Wesley, BlakeBlake Wesley D 21 0 2 2 28-2000
Donnelly, GordGord Donnelly D 22 0 0 0 331000
Gosselin, MarioMario Gosselin G 36 0 0 0 20000
Groulx, WayneWayne Groulx C 1 0 0 0 00000
Hagglund, RogerRoger Hagglund D 3 0 0 0 00000
Julien, ClaudeClaude Julien D 1 0 0 0 00000
Lee, EdEd Lee RW 2 0 0 0 5-4000
Sevigny, RichardRichard Sevigny G 20 0 0 0 80000
Shaw, DavidDavid Shaw D 14 0 0 0 11-5000
Vautour, YvonYvon Vautour RW 5 0 0 0 20000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO
Gosselin, MarioMario Gosselin 1960 35 19 11 3 109 3.34 1
Bouchard, DanDan Bouchard 1738 29 12 13 4 101 3.49 0
Sevigny, RichardRichard Sevigny 1104 20 10 6 2 62 3.37 1
Team: 4802 80 41 30 9 272 3.40 2
Playoffs
Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Stastny, PeterPeter Stastny C 18 4 19 23 241102
Goulet, MichelMichel Goulet LW 17 11 10 21 173700
Maxwell, BradBrad Maxwell D 18 2 9 11 355100
Ashton, BrentBrent Ashton LW 18 6 4 10 13-6111
Cote, AlainAlain Cote LW 18 5 5 10 115001
Sauve, Jean-FrancoisJean-Francois Sauve C 18 5 5 10 8-6200
Hunter, DaleDale Hunter C 17 4 6 10 970012
Gillis, PaulPaul Gillis C 18 1 7 8 731000
Marois, MarioMario Marois D 18 0 8 8 12-9000
Kumpel, MarkMark Kumpel RW 18 3 4 7 44001
Paiement, WilfWilf Paiement RW 18 4 2 6 58-4000
Lemieux, AlainAlain Lemieux C 14 3 3 6 02200
Stastny, AntonAnton Stastny LW 16 3 3 6 6-3101
Bell, BruceBruce Bell D 16 2 2 4 21-2100
Moller, RandyRandy Moller D 18 2 2 4 403100
Price, PatPat Price D 17 0 4 4 514000
Rochefort, NormandNormand Rochefort D 18 2 1 3 82001
Gosselin, MarioMario Gosselin G 17 0 2 2 20000
Wesley, BlakeBlake Wesley D 6 1 0 1 8-1000
Bouchard, DanDan Bouchard G 1 0 0 0 40000
Gaulin, Jean-MarcJean-Marc Gaulin RW 1 0 0 0 00000
Hough, MikeMike Hough LW 2 0 0 0 00000
Mann, JimmyJimmy Mann RW 13 0 0 0 411000
Stastny, MarianMarian Stastny RW 2 0 0 0 0-1000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L GA GAA SO
Gosselin, MarioMario Gosselin 1059 17 9 8 54 3.06 0
Bouchard, DanDan Bouchard 60 1 0 1 7 7.00 0
Team: 1119 18 9 9 61 3.27 0

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Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals
      MIN = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts;

Awards and recordsEdit

37th National Hockey League All-Star Game Edit

# Player Pos. Team Result
16 Michel Goulet LW Wales Conference All-Stars 0 goals, 1 assist

NHL All-Rookie Team Edit

Player Pos.
Bruce Bell D

TransactionsEdit

The Nordiques were involved in the following transactions during the 1984-85 NHL season.

Trades Edit

Date Traded From Quebec Traded To Quebec
June 26, 1984 St. Louis BluesCash Dan WoodRichard Zelmak
July 6, 1984 Detroit Red WingsFrantisek Cernik Cash
October 25, 1984 Boston BruinsLouis Sleigher Luc Dufour4th round pick in 1985 NHL Entry Draft
December 6, 1984 Pittsburgh PenguinsBrian Ford Tom Thornbury
December 14, 1984 Minnesota North StarsTony McKegney

Bo Berglund

Brad MaxwellBrent Ashton
January 29, 1985 St. Louis BluesLuc Dufour Alain Lemieux

Waivers Edit

Date To
October 9, 1984 New York RangersAndre Dore
October 9, 1984 Hartford WhalersWally Weir
January 25, 1985 New Jersey DevilsMichel Bolduc

Free agents Edit

Player Former Team
Richard Sevigny Montreal Canadiens
Player New Team
Rick Lapointe Los Angeles Kings

RosterEdit

Goaltenders Edit

# Player Flag Age Ht Wt S/C Exp Birth Date
35 Dan Bouchard {{flagicon|CAN}} 34 6-0 190 -/L 12 December 12, 1950
33 Mario Gosselin {{flagicon|CAN}} 21 5-8 160 -/L 1 June 15, 1963
1 Richard Sevigny {{flagicon|CAN}} 27 5-8 172 -/L 5 April 11, 1957

Defensemen Edit

# Player Flag Age Ht Wt S/C Exp Birth Date
6 Bruce Bell {{flagicon|CAN}} 19 6-1 190 L/- R February 15, 1965
2-28 Gord Donnelly {{flagicon|CAN}} 22 6-1 202 R/- 1 April 5, 1962
29 Roger Hagglund {{flagicon|SWE}} 23 6-1 175 L/- R July 2, 1961
34 Claude Julien {{flagicon|CAN}} 24 6-0 198 L/- R April 23, 1960
31 Peter Loob {{flagicon|SWE}} 27 6-3 190 R/- R July 23, 1957
28 Mario Marois (Captain) {{flagicon|CAN}} 27 5-11 190 R/- 7 December 15, 1957
4 Brad Maxwell {{flagicon|CAN}} 27 6-2 195 R/- 7 July 8, 1957
21 Randy Moller {{flagicon|CAN}} 21 6-2 210 R/- 2 August 23, 1963
7 Pat Price {{flagicon|CAN}} 29 6-2 200 L/- 9 March 24, 1955
5 Normand Rochefort {{flagicon|CAN}} 24 6-1 214 L/- 4 January 28, 1961
4 David Shaw {{flagicon|CAN}} 20 6-2 205 R/- 2 May 25, 1964
25 Blake Wesley {{flagicon|CAN}} 25 6-1 200 L/- 5 July 10, 1959

Wingers Edit

# Player Flag Pos Age Ht Wt S/C Exp Birth Date
9 Brent Ashton {{flagicon|CAN}} LW 24 6-1 210 L/- 5 May 18, 1960
17 Bo Berglund {{flagicon|SWE}} LW 29 5-10 175 L/- 1 April 6, 1955
19 Alain Cote {{flagicon|CAN}} LW 27 5-10 203 L/- 5 May 3, 1957
14-23 Luc Dufour {{flagicon|CAN}} LW 21 5-11 180 L/- 2 February 13, 1963
24 Jean-Marc Gaulin {{flagicon|CAN}} LW 22 5-10 180 R/- 2 March 3, 1962
16 Michel Goulet {{flagicon|CAN}} LW 24 6-1 195 L/- 5 April 21, 1960
17 Mark Kumpel {{flagicon|USA}} RW 23 6-0 190 R/- R March 7, 1961
28 Ed Lee {{flagicon|USA}} RW 23 6-2 180 R/- R December 17, 1961
10 Jimmy Mann {{flagicon|CAN}} RW 25 6-0 205 R/- 5 April 17, 1959
9 Tony McKegney {{flagicon|CAN}} LW 26 6-0 200 L/- 6 February 15, 1958
27 Wilf Paiement {{flagicon|CAN}} RW 29 6-1 210 R/- 10 October 16, 1955
15 J.F. Sauve {{flagicon|CAN}} RW 25 5-6 175 L/- 4 January 23, 1960
12 Louis Sleigher {{flagicon|CAN}} RW 26 5-11 200 R/- 4 October 23, 1958
20 Anton Stastny {{flagicon|TCH}} RW 25 6-0 188 L/- 4 August 5, 1959
18 Marian Stastny {{flagicon|TCH}} LW 32 5-10 195 L/- 12 January 8, 1953
28 Yvon Vautour {{flagicon|CAN}} RW 28 6-0 200 R/- 5 September 10, 1956

Centres Edit

# Player Flag Age Ht Wt S/C Exp Birth Date
23 Paul Gillis {{flagicon|CAN}} 21 5-11 198 L/- 2 December 31, 1963
12 Wayne Groulx {{flagicon|CAN}} 19 6-1 175 R/- R February 2, 1965
32 Dale Hunter {{flagicon|CAN}} 24 5-10 198 L/- 4 July 31, 1960
28 Alain Lemieux {{flagicon|CAN}} 23 6-0 185 L/- 3 May 24, 1961
11 Andre Savard {{flagicon|CAN}} 31 6-1 185 L/- 11 February 9, 1953
26 Peter Stastny {{flagicon|TCH}} 28 6-1 200 L/- 4 September 18, 1956

Coaches Edit

Head Coach Edit

Name Flag
Michel Bergeron {{flagicon|CAN}}

Assistant Coaches Edit

Name Flag
Don Jackson
Guy Lapointe
Simon Nolet
Andre Savard {{flagicon|CAN}}

Draft picksEdit

Quebec's draft picks from the 1984 NHL Entry Draft which was held at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec.

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
1 15 Trevor Stienburg Sin bandera.svg ? Guelph Platers (OHL)
2 36 Jeff Brown Sin bandera.svg ? Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
3 57 Steven Finn Sin bandera.svg ? Laval Voisins (QMJHL)
4 78 Terry Perkins Sin bandera.svg ? Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
6 120 Darren Cota Sin bandera.svg ? Kelowna Wings (WHL)
7 141 Henrik Cedegren Sin bandera.svg ? Brynas IF Gavle (Sweden)
8 162 Jyrki Maki Sin bandera.svg ? Simley High School (USHS)
9 183 Guy Ouellette Sin bandera.svg ? Quebec Remparts (QMJHL)
10 203 Ken Quinney Sin bandera.svg ? Calgary Wranglers (WHL)
12 244 Peter Loob Sin bandera.svg ? Sodertalje SK (Sweden)

Farm teamsEdit

Media Edit

TV Edit

Cable TV Edit

Radio Edit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1984-85 Quebec Nordiques Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-07-27.

External linksEdit


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