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93-94ECHLguide

The 1993-94 ECHL season was the sixth season of the ECHL. In 1993, the league saw the Roanoke Valley Rampage move to Huntsville, AL becoming the Huntsville Blast, as well as an expansion to three new markets: Charlotte, NC, North Charleston, SC, and Huntington, WV and returned to the Roanoke Valley with the Roanoke Express. The 19 teams played 68 games in the schedule. The Knoxville Cherokees finished first overall in the regular season. The Toledo Storm won their second straight Riley Cup Championship.

League realignmentEdit

The league announced a realignment of the league by adding a third division.

East DivisionEdit

North DivisionEdit

West DivisionEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Green shade = Clinched playoff spot, Blue shade = Clinched division

East Division GP W L OTL Pts GF GA
Hampton Roads Admirals 68 41 19 8 90 298 246
Raleigh Icecaps 68 41 20 7 89 296 221
Greensboro Monarchs 68 41 21 6 88 319 262
Charlotte Checkers 68 39 25 4 82 281 271
Roanoke Express 68 37 28 3 77 300 290
South Carolina Stingrays 68 33 26 9 75 294 291
Richmond Renegades 68 34 29 5 73 286 293
North Division GP W L OTL Pts GF GA
Toledo Storm 68 44 20 4 92 338 289
Columbus Chill 68 41 20 7 89 344 285
Wheeling Thunderbirds 68 38 23 7 83 327 289
Johnstown Chiefs 68 37 27 4 78 323 308
Dayton Bombers 68 29 31 8 66 316 308
Erie Panthers 68 27 36 5 59 264 334
West Division GP W L OTL Pts GF GA
Knoxville Cherokees 68 44 18 6 94 325 246
Birmingham Bulls 68 44 20 4 92 340 268
Nashville Knights 68 26 36 6 58 255 289
Huntsville Blast 68 20 39 9 49 241 315
Louisville Icehawks 68 16 44 8 40 236 356
Huntington Blizzard 68 14 49 5 33 191 413

Riley Cup playoffsEdit

BracketEdit

  First round Regional semifinals Regional finals Riley Cup
                                     
N.1  Toledo 2  
N.5  Dayton 1  
  N.1  Toledo 3  
  N.2  Columbus 0  
N.2  Columbus 2
N.4  Johnstown 1  
  N.1  Toledo 3  
  N.3  Wheeling 0  
N.3  Wheeling 2  
W.3  Nashville 0  
  N.3  Wheeling 3
  E.1  Hampton Roads 1  
E.1  Hampton Roads 2
E.6  South Carolina 1  
  N.1  Toledo 4
  E.2  Raleigh 1
W.1  Knoxville 1  
W.5  Louisville 2  
  W.5  Louisville 0
  W.2  Birmingham 3  
W.2  Birmingham 2
W.4  Huntsville 1  
  W.2  Birmingham 1
  E.2  Raleigh 3  
E.2  Raleigh 2  
E.5  Roanoke 0  
  E.2  Raleigh 3
  E.3  Greensboro 2  
E.3  Greensboro 2
E.4  Charlotte 1  

ECHL awardsEdit

See also: ECHL awards
Jack Riley Cup: Toledo Storm
Henry Brabham Cup: Knoxville Cherokees
John Brophy Award: Barry Smith (Knoxville)
ECHL Most Valuable Player: Joe Flanagan (Birmingham)
Riley Cup Playoffs Most Valuable Player: Dave Gagnon (Toledo)
ECHL Goaltender of the Year: Cory Cadden (Knoxville)
ECHL Rookie of the Year: Dan Gravelle (Greensboro)
Defenseman of the Year: Tom Nemeth (Dayton)
Leading Scorer: Phil Berger (Greensboro)

ReferencesEdit

All stats come from Internet Hockey Database

See alsoEdit

ECHL seasons
1988-89 · 1989-90 · 1990-91 · 1991-92 · 1992-93 · 1993-94 · 1994-95 · 1995-96 · 1996-97 · 1997-98 · 1998-99
1999-00 · 2000-01 · 2001-02 · 2002-03 · 2003-04 · 2004-05 · 2005-06 · 2006-07 · 2007-08 · 2008-09 · 2009-10 · 2010-11


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