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This is a list of United States Hockey League Standings for the 1984-85 season.

StandingsEdit

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Austin Mavericks            48    39   8    1   0    317   177    79
Minneapolis Stars           48    37   9    0   2    259   151    76
Dubuque Fighting Saints     48    30   14   0   4    267   232    64
St. Paul Vulcans            48    31   16   0   1    263   198    63
Sioux City Musketeers       48    27   14   1   6    268   209    61
Waterloo Black Hawks        48    21   24   0   3    260   278    45
Thunder Bay Flyers          48    20   25   0   3    250   252    43
Madison Capitols            48    15   30   1   2    217   277    33
North Iowa Huskies          48    11   35   0   2    178   333    25
Des Moines Buccaneers       48    7    37   1   3    183   255    18

Leading Scorers Edit

1.Scott Shoffstall, SC 46 63 51 114
2.Tom Bissett, Wat 48 38 65 103
3.Tony Carter, SC 46 35 53 88
4.Mike DeCarle, A 47 38 50 88
5.Brad Atol, A 48 32 55 87
6.Jim Hau, SP 47 29 56 85
7.Jim Tyler, Wat 48 41 44 85
8.Rod Taylor, Wat 46 54 29 83
9.Tony Scheid, Mad 47 32 45 77
10.John McGurk, SC 47 31 46 77

All-Star Game (1/22/85) Sioux City Edit

North
G-Chad Meyhoff, Austin; Pat Szturm, TB
D-Mike Castellano, Rob Pallin, Ken Martel, Austin; Mike Sacks, 
Jeff Simmer, StP; Frank Gersich, Minneapolis
F-Ron Smith, Ralph Barahona, Tim Webb, Austin; Jim Hau, Tom Follmer, 
Steve Witucki, St.P; Jeff Sisto, Todd Skime and Dave Snuggerud, Minneapolis; 
Bill Nicholl, Al Aiello, TB; Tony Scheid, Madison
South
G-Dave Depinto, Dubuque; John Basill, Madison
D-Matt Shaw, Mike Hess, Dubuque; Sioux City; Tom Lundeed, NI; 
Paul Erickson, Des Moines; Doug Dietz, Waterloo
F-Tom Bissett, Rod Taylor, Jim Tyler, Scott Dolan, Waterloo; 
Scott Shoffstall, Jon McGurk, Tony Carter, SC; Mark Pijanowski, 
Tim Graveline, Des Moines; Greg Poss, Mike Cusack, Dubuque, Mark Barger, NI

Awards Edit

Player of Year: Scott Shoffstall, SC

Top Forward: Scott Shoffstall, SC

Top Defenseman: Mike Castellano, Austin

Rookie of Year:

Top Goalie: Jeff Meis, Minnesota

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