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This is a list of United States Hockey League Standings for the 1983-84 season.

StandingsEdit

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
St. Paul Vulcans            48    37   8    0   3    246   160    77
Austin Mavericks            48    35   11   0   2    277   192    72
Sioux City Musketeers       48    32   11   2   3    305   204    69
Des Moines Buccaneers       48    23   21   1   3    270   259    50
Dubuque Fighting Saints     48    20   23   2   3    227   246    45
North Iowa Huskies          48    21   25   1   1    239   264    44
Waterloo Black Hawks        48    11   33   1   3    199   307    26
Bloomington Jr. Stars       48    8    34   3   3    161   292    22

Leading ScorersEdit

1.Scott Purpur, DM 48 51 60 111
2.Jay Cates, SP 48 49 54 103
3.Cory Hervas, NI 47 49 43 92
4.Mike Sparago, SC 47 54 36 90
5.Chris Lavasseur, A 45 35 53 88
6.Tom Genz, NI 48 31 54 85
7.Tim Mischler, DM 47 28 54 82
8.Greg Biskup, DM 45 31 50 81
9.Rick Pitta, A 48 31 49 80
10.Scott Shoffstall, SC 48 30 47 77

Post Season Awards Edit

First Team
Jay Cates, St. Paul, Scott Purpur, Des Moines and Mike Sparago of Sioux City. 
Defense: Doug Clagget, Dubuque and Eric Dornfeld, St Paul 
Goaltender: Craig Shermoen. 

Second-team 
forwards: Greg Biskup of Des Moines, Cory Hervas of Mason City and Rick Pitta of Austin.
Defensemen: Tom Maroste of Austin and Jerry Viti and Bruce Watkins of Sioux City. 
Goaltender:  Jeff Carlson of Austin.


MVP:  Jay Cates, St. Paul's
Defenseman: Doug Clagget, Dubuque 
Rookie: Hervas, who led Mason City to a fifth-place finish, was voted rookie of the year   
Coach of the year: St. Paul Coach Kevin Hartzell. 

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