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1994–95 CHL season
League Central Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Regular season
Adams’ Cup Wichita Thunder
Season MVP Paul Jackson (San Antonio)
Top scorer Brian Shantz (San Antonio)
Finals
Champions Wichita Thunder
  Runners-up San Antonio Iguanas
CHL seasons

The 1994–95 CHL season was the third season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

Franchise changes

Regular season

Final standings

Note: y - clinched league title; x - clinched playoff spot; e - eliminated from playoff contention

Central Hockey League GP W L T GF GA Pts
y-Wichita Thunder 66 44 18 4 320 268 92
x-San Antonio Iguanas 66 37 22 7 336 281 81
x-Tulsa Oilers 66 36 24 6 307 281 78
x-Oklahoma City Blazers 66 34 23 9 274 267 77
e-Fort Worth Fire 66 32 26 8 314 288 72
e-Memphis Riverkings 66 24 35 7 259 327 55
e-Dallas Freeze 66 24 36 6 266 364 54

Playoffs

Playoff bracket

Ray Miron Cup First Round Ray Miron Cup Finals
      
1 Wichita Thunder 4
4 Oklahoma City Blazers 1
1 Wichita Thunder 4
2 San Antonio Iguanas 2
2 San Antonio Iguanas 4
3 Tulsa Oilers 3

CHL awards

Ray Miron Cup: Wichita Thunder
Adams Cup: Wichita Thunder
Coach of the Year: John Torchetti (San Antonio)
Most Valuable Player: Paul Jackson (San Antonio)
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Ron Handy (Wichita)
Most Outstanding Goaltender: Alan Perry (Oklahoma City)
Most Outstanding Defenseman Eric Ricard (Fort Worth)
Rookie of the Year Michael St. Jacques (Oklahoma City)
Scoring Champion Brian Shantz (San Antonio)

Player statistics

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Brian Shantz San Antonio Iguanas 66 39 80 119 125
George Dupont Oklahoma City Blazers 65 27 78 105 250
Bob Berg Wichita Thunder 66 55 46 101 122
Jim McGeough Dallas Freeze 66 50 50 100 38
Paul Jackson San Antonio Iguanas 53 51 49 100 251
Joe Burton Oklahoma City Blazers 66 59 38 97 20
Bobby Wallwork Memphis RiverKings 64 42 50 92 66
Dave Doucette Wichita Thunder 64 20 70 90 81
Wayne Anchikoski Dallas Freeze 53 32 50 82 36
Michel St. Jacques Oklahoma City Blazers 64 48 33 81 52
John DePourcq Wichita Thunder 59 28 53 81 10

External links

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