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This is a list of United States Hockey League Standings for the 1980-81 season.

StandingsEdit

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
North
Green Bay Bobcats           48    29   19   0   -    292   218    58
Austin Mavericks            48    28   19   1   -    253   218    57
St. Paul Vulcans            48    28   19   1   -    291   223    57
Bloomington Jr. Stars       48    15   32   1   -    206   289    31
South
Dubuque Fighting Saints     48    38   9    1   -    351   187    77
Des Moines Buccaneers       48    23   25   0   -    240   299    46
Waterloo Black Hawks        48    16   32   0   -    220   311    32
Sioux City Musketeers       48    12   36   0   -    200   308    24


Leading Scorers Edit

1.Mike Carlson, Dub 47 59 68 127
2.Brian Collins, Dub 48 55 53 108
3.Steve Palmiscno, DM 47 44 91
Tom Strelow, SP
Jeff Thole, SP
5.Tim Lee, GB 48 48 38 86
6.Bill Mason, GB 48 33 52 85
6.Myles Hart, DM
9.Jim Grillo, Dub 48 40 39 79
10.Dean Thomas, Dub 47 33 41 74
Dan Heath, Austin 34 37 71
Tom Miller, GB 47 31 39 70

All Star Game (2/17/81) Edit

South - goalies Dave Cooper, Des Moines; Doug Spedding, Sioux City;

forwards Myles Hart and Steve Palmiscno, Des Moines; Mike Carlson, Brian Collins and Jim Grillo, Dubuque; Lerov Moteberg, Sioux City; and Jim Banaszek, Mark Edwards, Mark Lescarbeau and Scott Willis, Waterloo;

defensemen Mark Springer and Matt Wegmann, Des Moines; Mel Bailey and Curt Voegeli, Dubuque; Fred Kaminska and Robert Larsen, Sioux City.

North - goalies Bob Krautsak, Austin; Bob Mason, Green Bay;

forward Dan Heath and Bob Madson, Austin; Dan May and Brad Sweda, Bloomington; Tim Lee, Tom Miller and Bob Ritzar, Green Bay; and Nick Holmes, Tom Strelow and Jeff Thole, St. Paul;

defensemen Phil Degaetano, Mitch Fotsey and Rick Zombo, Austin; Mark Gustafson, Bloomington; and Jim Johnson and Steve Schoen, St.Paul.

PlayoffsEdit

Semi FinalEdit

Round Robin

Dubuque finished first and Austin finished second. The other teams were Green Bay, St. Paul, Des Moines, and Waterloo were the other teams that played.

FinalEdit

Best of 5

Dubuque beat Austin 3 wins to 1 (6-3, 4-5, 5-3, 5-4).


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