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1992–93 Toronto Maple Leafs · NHL
Clarence Campbell Conference Champions
Norris Division Champions
Division 3rd Norris
Conference 4th Clarence Campbell
1992–93 record 44–29–11
Home record 25–11–6
Road record 19–18–5
Goals for 288
Goals against 241
General Manager Cliff Fletcher
Coach Pat Burns
Captain Wendel Clark
Alternate captains Doug Gilmour
Bob Rouse
Arena Maple Leaf Gardens
Team leaders
Goals Nikolai Borschevsky (34)
Assists Doug Gilmour (95)
Points Doug Gilmour (127)
Penalties in minutes Rob Pearson (211)
Wins Felix Potvin (25)
Goals against average Daren Puppa (2.25)

OffseasonEdit

NHL draftEdit

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team
1 8. Brandon Convery Flag of Canada.svg Canada Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
1 23. Grant Marshall Flag of Canada.svg Canada Ottawa 67's (OHL)

Regular seasonEdit

The 1992-93 season was a triumph for the Maple Leafs. It saw them set franchise records in wins (44) and points (99). The 21-year-old goaltender Felix Potvin played his first full season with the team and was solid, with a 25-15-7 record, a GAA of 2.50, 2 shutouts, and a .910 SV%. In a season that saw 20 of 24 teams average more than 3 goals scored per game, the Maple Leafs goaltending was one of the best in the NHL, allowing only 241 goals in 84 games (only the Chicago Blackhawks allowed fewer goals than Toronto). The Maple Leafs also had a strong defense corps, anchored by Dave Ellett, Todd Gill, Sylvain Lefebvre, Jamie Macoun, Dimitri Mironov and Bob Rouse. Newcomers Dave Andreychuk and Daren Puppa also played very well. In just 31 games with the Leafs, Andreychuk scored 25 goals and had 13 assists for 38 points. Puppa won 6 out of 8 games, had a GAA of 2.25, 2 shutouts, and a .922 SV%. Rookie Nikolai Borschevsky led the team in goals with 34 and would score a very memorable goal in the first round of the playoffs against the Detroit Red Wings; Borschevsky deflected Bob Rouse's shot 2:35 into the first overtime period of game 7 at Joe Louis Arena to give the Leafs a 4-3 win and a 4-games-to-3 series win.

Doug GilmourEdit

Doug Gilmour had a career year in 1992–93. He had a franchise-record 127 points during the 1992–1993 regular season and ranked eighth in league scoring.[1] In the playoffs, he played a key role as the Leafs took out the powerhouse Detroit Red Wings and St. Louis Blues, both in seven games. Gilmour finished the postseason with 35 points, behind only Wayne Gretzky. Gilmour was the runner-up for the Hart Trophy as regular-season MVP and won the Selke Trophy as best defensive forward, the first major NHL award that a Leaf player had won since 1967.

One of Gilmour's most memorable goals was scored during the 1993 second round playoffs series against the St. Louis Blues, in the second sudden death overtime period. Many fans remember him skating back and forth behind the St. Louis net multiple times before finally sliding the puck behind a sprawling Curtis Joseph. The Maple Leafs would go on to win the series, including the Wayne's Gretzky's Los Angeles Kings (Thanks to Kerry Fraser who called 5 mins on High Stick Penalty). However, they end up losing to the Montreal Canadiens 4 games to 3.

Norris Division
GP W L T GF GA Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 84 47 25 12 106 279 230
Detroit Red Wings 84 47 28 9 103 369 280
Toronto Maple Leafs 84 44 29 11 99 288 241
St. Louis Blues 84 37 36 11 85 282 278
Minnesota North Stars 84 36 38 10 82 272 293
Tampa Bay Lightning 84 23 54 7 53 245 332

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
       Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Game logEdit

OctoberEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
1 October 6 Washington 5 - 6 Toronto 0-1-0 0
2 October 10 Toronto 2 - 3 Calgary 0-2-0 0
3 October 11 Toronto 3 - 3 Edmonton 0-2-1 1
4 October 15 Tampa Bay 5 - 3 Toronto 1-2-1 3
5 October 17 Chicago 4 - 3 Toronto 2-2-1 5
6 October 18 Minnesota 1 - 5 Toronto 2-3-1 5
7 October 20 Ottawa 5 - 3 Toronto1 3-3-1 7
8 October 22 Toronto 5 - 2 Tampa Bay 4-3-1 9
9 October 24 San Jose 5 - 1 Toronto 5-3-1 11
10 October 28 Buffalo 4 - 4 Toronto 5-3-2 12
11 October 30 Toronto 1 - 7 Detroit 5-4-2 12
12 October 31 Detroit 3 - 1 Toronto 6-4-2 14

1 Played at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario.

NovemberEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
13 November 5 Toronto 0 - 1 Chicago 6-5-2 14
14 November 7 Pittsburgh 4 - 2 Toronto 7-5-2 16
15 November 9 Toronto 3 - 1 Ottawa 8-5-2 18
16 November 14 Toronto 4 - 1 Boston 9-5-2 20
17 November 16 St. Louis 2 - 2 Toronto OT 9-5-3 21
18 November 17 Toronto 1 - 3 Quebec1 9-6-3 21
19 November 19 Toronto 2 - 0 San Jose 10-6-3 23
20 November 21 Toronto 4 - 6 Los Angeles 10-7-3 23
21 November 24 Tampa Bay 2 - 3 Toronto 10-8-3 23
22 November 26 Quebec 4 - 5 Toronto OT 10-9-3 23
23 November 28 Los Angeles 3 - 2 Toronto 11-9-3 25

1 Played at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario.

DecemberEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
24 December 1 Toronto 3 - 8 New Jersey 11-10-3 25
25 December 3 Toronto 3 - 4 Chicago 11-11-3 25
26 December 5 Chicago 2 - 2 Toronto OT 11-11-4 26
27 December 6 Toronto 0 - 6 N.Y. Rangers 11-12-4 26
28 December 9 Detroit 5 - 3 Toronto 12-12-4 28
29 December 11 Calgary 3 - 6 Toronto 12-13-4 28
30 December 15 Toronto 5 - 6 Minnesota 12-14-4 28
31 December 19 Ottawa 5 - 1 Toronto 13-14-4 30
32 December 20 Toronto 4 - 5 Buffalo 13-15-4 30
33 December 22 Toronto 4 - 4 Detroit OT 13-15-5 31
34 December 26 Detroit 1 - 5 Toronto 13-16-5 31
35 December 27 Toronto 6 - 3 St. Louis 14-16-5 33
36 December 29 Toronto 3 - 2 N.Y. Islanders 15-16-5 35
37 December 31 Toronto 3 - 3 Pittsburgh OT 15-16-6 36

JanuaryEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
38 January 2 St. Louis 2 - 2 Toronto OT 15-16-7 37
39 January 4 Toronto 4 - 2 Detroit 16-16-7 39
40 January 6 Vancouver 2 - 5 Toronto 16-17-7 39
41 January 8 San Jose 5 - 1 Toronto 17-17-7 41
42 January 9 Toronto 5 - 4 Montreal 18-17-7 43
43 January 11 Tampa Bay 4 - 2 Toronto 19-17-7 45
44 January 13 St. Louis 4 - 3 Toronto 20-17-7 47
45 January 16 Chicago 3 - 5 Toronto 20-18-7 47
46 January 17 Toronto 3 - 5 Chicago 20-19-7 47
47 January 19 Toronto 5 - 1 St. Louis 21-19-7 49
49 January 21 Toronto 6 - 1 Tampa Bay 22-19-7 51
50 January 23 Montreal 4 - 0 Toronto 23-19-7 53
51 January 26 Minnesota 1 - 2 Toronto 23-20-7 53
52 January 30 N.Y. Rangers 3 - 1 Toronto 24-20-7 55

FebruaryEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
53 February 1 Toronto 1 - 1 St. Louis OT 24-20-8 56
54 February 3 N.Y. Islanders 2 - 3 Toronto 24-21-8 56
55 February 9 Toronto 1 - 3 Tampa Bay 24-22-8 56
56 February 11 Vancouver 5 - 2 Toronto 25-22-8 58
57 February 13 Minnesota 6 - 1 Toronto 26-22-8 60
58 February 14 Toronto 6 - 5 Minnesota 27-22-8 62
59 February 17 Calgary 4 - 2 Toronto 28-22-8 64
60 February 19 Tampa Bay 4 - 1 Toronto 29-22-8 66
61 February 20 Boston 4 - 4 Toronto OT 29-22-9 67
62 February 22 Toronto 8 - 1 Vancouver 30-22-9 69
63 February 25 Toronto 5 - 0 San Jose 31-22-9 71
64 February 27 Toronto 5 - 2 Los Angeles 32-22-9 73

MarchEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
65 March 3 Minnesota 3 - 1 Toronto 33-22-9 75
66 March 5 Toronto 1 - 5 Detroit 33-23-9 75
67 March 6 Winnipeg 4 - 2 Toronto 34-23-9 77
68 March 9 Toronto 1 - 3 Washington 34-24-9 77
68 March 10 Hartford 5 - 3 Toronto 35-24-9 79
69 March 12 Tampa Bay 8 - 2 Toronto 36-24-9 81
70 March 15 Toronto 2 - 4 Quebec 36-25-9 81
71 March 18 Toronto 4 - 2 Tampa Bay 37-25-9 83
72 March 20 Edmonton 4 - 2 Toronto 38-25-9 85
73 March 23 Toronto 5 - 4 Winnipeg 39-25-9 87
74 March 25 Toronto 3 - 3 Minnesota OT 39-25-10 88
75 March 27 Toronto 6 - 2 Edmonton 40-25-10 90
76 March 28 Toronto 4 - 0 Calgary 41-25-10 92
77 March 31 Los Angeles 5 - 5 Toronto OT 41-25-11 93

AprilEdit

Game # Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Points
78 April 3 New Jersey 1 - 0 Toronto 42-25-11 95
79 April 4 Toronto 0 - 4 Philadelphia 42-26-11 95
80 April 8 Toronto 3 - 5 Winnipeg 42-27-11 95
81 April 10 Philadelphia 0 - 4 Toronto 42-28-11 95
82 April 11 Toronto 4 - 2 Hartford 43-28-11 97
83 April 13 St. Louis 2 - 1 Toronto OT 44-28-11 99
84 April 15 Toronto 2 - 3 Chicago 44-29-11 99

PlayoffsEdit

Stanley Cup FinalEdit

  • June 1 - Toronto 4 Montreal 1
  • June 3 - Toronto 2 Montreal 3 (OT)
  • June 5 - Montreal 4 Toronto 2
  • June 7 - Montreal 3 Toronto 2 (OT)
  • June 9 - Toronto 5 Montreal 2
  • June 11 - Montreal 4 Toronto 5 (OT)
  • June 13 Toronto 1 Montreal 4

Montreal wins best-of-seven series 4–3.

Player statsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Scoring
Player GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Gilmour, DougDoug Gilmour 83 32 95 127 100321532
Borschevsky, NikolaiNikolai Borschevsky 78 34 40 74 28331204
Anderson, GlennGlenn Anderson 76 22 43 65 117191103
Gill, ToddTodd Gill 69 11 32 43 664502
Cullen, JohnJohn Cullen 47 13 28 41 53-81001
Ellett, DaveDave Ellett 70 6 34 40 4619401
Krushelnyski, MikeMike Krushelnyski 84 19 20 39 623623
Clark, WendelWendel Clark 66 17 22 39 1932205
Andreychuk, DaveDave Andreychuk 31 25 13 38 8121202
Pearson, RobRob Pearson 78 23 14 37 211-2803
Zezel, PeterPeter Zezel 70 12 23 35 240004
Mironov, DmitriDmitri Mironov 59 7 24 31 40-1401
Osborne, MarkMark Osborne 76 12 14 26 89-7022
Berehowsky, DrakeDrake Berehowsky 41 4 15 19 611101
Macoun, JamieJamie Macoun 77 4 15 19 553201
McLlwain, DaveDave McLlwain 66 14 4 18 30-18113
Foligno, MikeMike Foligno 55 13 5 18 842502
Berg, BillBill Berg 58 7 8 15 54-1012
Rouse, BobBob Rouse 82 3 11 14 1307011
Lefebvre, SylvainSylvain Lefebvre 81 2 12 14 908000
Sacco, JoeJoe Sacco 23 4 4 8 8-4000
Eastwood, MikeMike Eastwood 12 1 6 7 21-2000
Manderville, KentKent Manderville 18 1 1 2 17-9001
Baumgartner, KenKen Baumgartner 63 1 0 1 155-11000
McGill, BobBob McGill 19 1 0 1 345000
Potvin, FelixFelix Potvin 48 0 1 1 40000
Fuhr, GrantGrant Fuhr 29 0 0 0 00000
Larose, GuyGuy Larose 9 0 0 0 8-3000
McRae, KenKen McRae 2 0 0 0 2-1000
Puppa, DarenDaren Puppa 8 0 0 0 00000
Shannon, DarrylDarryl Shannon 16 0 0 0 11-5000
Tomlinson, DaveDave Tomlinson 3 0 0 0 20000
Wamsley, RickRick Wamsley 3 0 0 0 00000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Potvin, FelixFelix Potvin 2781 48 25 15 7 116 2.50 212861170.910
Fuhr, GrantGrant Fuhr 1665 29 13 9 4 87 3.14 1826739.895
Puppa, DarenDaren Puppa 479 8 6 2 0 18 2.25 2232214.922
Wamsley, RickRick Wamsley 160 3 0 3 0 15 5.63 09176.835
Team: 5085 84 44 29 11 236 2.78 524352199.903

PlayoffsEdit

Scoring
Player GP G A Pts PIM PPG SHG GWG
Gilmour, DougDoug Gilmour 21 10 25 35 30401
Clark, WendelWendel Clark 21 10 10 20 51201
Andreychuk, DaveDave Andreychuk 21 12 7 19 35403
Anderson, GlennGlenn Anderson 21 7 11 18 31002
Ellett, DaveDave Ellett 21 4 8 12 8200
Rouse, BobBob Rouse 21 3 8 11 29101
Gill, ToddTodd Gill 21 1 10 11 26000
Krushelnyski, MikeMike Krushelnyski 16 3 7 10 8100
Borschevsky, NikolaiNikolai Borschevsky 16 2 7 9 0001
Foligno, MikeMike Foligno 18 2 6 8 42102
Lefebvre, SylvainSylvain Lefebvre 21 3 3 6 20000
Macoun, JamieJamie Macoun 21 0 6 6 36000
Cullen, JohnJohn Cullen 12 2 3 5 0100
Pearson, RobRob Pearson 14 2 2 4 31000
Zezel, PeterPeter Zezel 20 2 1 3 6000
Eastwood, MikeMike Eastwood 10 1 2 3 8000
Mironov, DmitriDmitri Mironov 14 1 2 3 2100
Berg, BillBill Berg 21 1 1 2 18000
Osborne, MarkMark Osborne 19 1 1 2 16000
Baumgartner, KenKen Baumgartner 7 1 0 1 0000
Manderville, KentKent Manderville 18 1 0 1 8000
McLlwain, DaveDave McLlwain 4 0 0 0 0000
Potvin, FelixFelix Potvin 21 0 0 0 6000
Puppa, DarenDaren Puppa 1 0 0 0 2000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Potvin, FelixFelix Potvin 1308 21 11 10 62 2.84 1636574.903
Puppa, DarenDaren Puppa 20 1 0 0 1 3.00 076.857
Team: 1328 21 11 10 63 2.85 1643580.902

[2]

Note: 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; SA=Shots Against; SV=Shots saved; SV% = Save Percentage;

TransactionsEdit

The Maple Leafs have been involved in the following transactions during the 1992-93 season.

TradesEdit

July 20, 1992 To Ottawa Senators
Brad Marsh
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Future Considerations
July 21, 1992 To Quebec Nordiques
Len Esau
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Ken McRae
August 20, 1992 To Montreal Canadiens
3rd round pick in 1994 - Martin Belanger
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Sylvain Lefebvre
November 24, 1992 To Hartford Whalers
2nd round pick in 1993 - Vlastimil Kroupa
To Toronto Maple Leafs
John Cullen
February 2, 1993 To Buffalo Sabres
Grant Fuhr
5th round pick in 1995 - Kevin Popp
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Dave Andreychuk
Darren Puppa
1st round pick in 1993 - Kenny Jonsson
February 25, 1993 To Ottawa Senators
9th round pick in 1993 - Pavol Demitra
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Brad Miller

WaiversEdit

September 9, 1992 From Tampa Bay Lightning
Bob McGill
December 3, 1992 From New York Islanders
Bill Berg

Expansion DraftEdit

June 24, 1993 To Florida Panthers
Darren Puppa
June 24, 1993 To Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Joe Sacco

Free agentsEdit

Player Former Team
Rudy Poeschek Winnipeg Jets
Player New Team
Andrew McKim Boston Bruins
Mark Ferner Ottawa Senators
Ric Nattress Philadelphia Flyers

RosterEdit

1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs
Goaltenders

Defensemen

Wingers

Centres


Awards and recordsEdit

  • Pat Burns, Jack Adams Trophy.
  • Doug Gilmour, Selke Trophy.
  • Doug Gilmour, Molson Cup (most game star selections for Toronto Maple Leafs).
  • Doug Gilmour, franchise record, most points in one season, 127 points.[3]
  • Doug Gilmour, franchise record, most points by a centre in one season, 127 points.[3]
  • Doug Gilmour, franchise record, most assists in one season, 95 assists.[3]
  • Doug Gilmour, most assists in one game (6), Toronto club record.

Farm TeamsEdit

ReferencesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. NHL Official Guide and Record Book 2006, p. 166.
  2. 1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-05-28.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 NHL Official Guide and Record Book 2006, p. 131.

BibliographyEdit

  • National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book 2006, senior managing editor: Ralph Dinger, published in Canada by Dan Diamond & Associates, Toronto, Ontario, ISBN 0-920445-98-5.

External linksEdit


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