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1994-95ChiBH
1994–95 Chicago Blackhawks · NHL
Division 3rd Central
Conference 4th Western
1994–95 record 24–19–5
Home record 11–10–3
Road record 13–9–2
Goals for 156
Goals against 115
Coach Darryl Sutter
Captain Dirk Graham
Alternate captains Chris Chelios
Jeremy Roenick
Arena United Center
Team leaders
Goals Joe Murphy (23)
Assists Bernie Nicholls (29)
Points Bernie Nicholls (51)
Penalties in minutes Steve Smith (128)
Wins Ed Belfour (22)
Goals against average Ed Belfour (2.28)

The 1994–95 Chicago Blackhawks season was the Hawks' 69th season. The Hawks ended the regular season on a high note, winning their final five games. They tied the Detroit Red Wings for most power play goals (52) and had the best power play in the league (24.76%). They also allowed the fewest goals during the regular season (115). It was an inconsistent season for the team, as they had three 5-game winning streaks (February 1 to 9; March 16 to 26; and April 25 to May 3) and one 13-game winless streak from March 29 to April 23. Within their winless streak, they lost 8 games in a row. Points-leader Bernie Nicholls had 3 hat tricks, including two four-goal games (the first one came on February 5 and the second one came on February 28). Nicholls' three-goal game came on March 21 in a 7-3 Blackhawks' win at San Jose.

In the playoffs, they defeated the Maple Leafs in a tight seven-game series, swept the Vancouver Canucks, and then lost to the Detroit Red Wings in the Western Conference Finals in five games; three of those games went into overtime (Detroit won all three).

The Blackhawks were one of only three teams in 1994–95 to have a better regular-season record on the road then at home (the other two teams were the Florida Panthers and the Los Angeles Kings).

OffseasonEdit

NHL DraftEdit

See also: 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Round Pick Player Nationality College/junior/club team
1 14 Ethan Moreau (Left wing) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Niagara Falls Thunder (OHL)
2 40 Jean-Yves Leroux (Left wing) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Beauport Harfangs (QMJHL)

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Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

Central Division
No. CR GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 1 Detroit Red Wings 48 33 11 4 180 117 70
2 3 St. Louis Blues 48 28 15 5 178 135 61
3 4 Chicago Blackhawks 48 24 19 5 156 115 53
4 5 Toronto Maple Leafs 48 21 19 8 135 146 50
5 7 Dallas Stars 48 17 23 8 136 135 42
6 10 Winnipeg Jets 48 16 25 7 157 177 39

Note: No. = Division rank, CR = Conference rank, 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

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1LJanuary 20, 19951–4 @ Detroit Red Wings (1994–95) 0–1–0
2LJanuary 23, 19953–5 @ Winnipeg Jets (1994–95) 0–2–0
3WJanuary 25, 19955–1 Edmonton Oilers (1994–95) 1–2–0
4WJanuary 27, 19954–1 Toronto Maple Leafs (1994–95) 2–2–0
5WJanuary 29, 19956–3 @ Los Angeles Kings (1994–95) 3–2–0
6LJanuary 30, 19951–2 @ San Jose Sharks (1994–95) 3–3–0
7WFebruary 1, 19957–0 @ Edmonton Oilers (1994–95) 4–3–0
8WFebruary 3, 19954–3 OT @ Calgary Flames (1994–95) 5–3–0
9WFebruary 5, 19959–4 @ Vancouver Canucks (1994–95) 6–3–0
10WFebruary 7, 19953–0 @ Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1994–95) 7–3–0
11WFebruary 9, 19955–0 @ St. Louis Blues (1994–95) 8–3–0
12LFebruary 13, 19952–4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1994–95) 8–4–0
13TFebruary 16, 19952–2 OT Calgary Flames (1994–95) 8–4–1
14WFebruary 19, 19954–1 Edmonton Oilers (1994–95) 9–4–1
15WFebruary 20, 19953–2 San Jose Sharks (1994–95) 10–4–1
16LFebruary 23, 19952–4 Detroit Red Wings (1994–95) 10–5–1
17WFebruary 26, 19952–1 @ Dallas Stars (1994–95) 11–5–1
18WFebruary 28, 19958–4 @ Los Angeles Kings (1994–95) 12–5–1
19LMarch 1, 19951–3 @ Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1994–95) 12–6–1
20WMarch 3, 19955–2 @ Edmonton Oilers (1994–95) 13–6–1
21WMarch 5, 19953–0 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1994–95) 14–6–1
22LMarch 7, 19953–6 Calgary Flames (1994–95) 14–7–1
23LMarch 9, 19953–4 Los Angeles Kings (1994–95) 14–8–1
24TMarch 11, 19952–2 OT @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1994–95) 14–8–2
25LMarch 13, 19952–4 @ Dallas Stars (1994–95) 14–9–2
26WMarch 16, 19959–2 Vancouver Canucks (1994–95) 15–9–2
27WMarch 19, 19953–2 @ Winnipeg Jets (1994–95) 16–9–2
28WMarch 21, 19957–3 @ San Jose Sharks (1994–95) 17–9–2
29WMarch 23, 19953–1 @ Vancouver Canucks (1994–95) 18–9–2
30WMarch 26, 19955–2 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1994–95) 19–9–2
31LMarch 29, 19951–3 St. Louis Blues (1994–95) 19–10–2
32TMarch 31, 19953–3 OT Toronto Maple Leafs (1994–95) 19–10–3
33LApril 2, 19951–2 Dallas Stars (1994–95) 19–11–3
34LApril 4, 19952–3 @ Calgary Flames (1994–95) 19–12–3
35LApril 5, 19951–4 @ Winnipeg Jets (1994–95) 19–13–3
36LApril 9, 19951–4 Detroit Red Wings (1994–95) 19–14–3
37LApril 12, 19952–3 San Jose Sharks (1994–95) 19–15–3
38LApril 14, 19951–3 Detroit Red Wings (1994–95) 19–16–3
39LApril 16, 19950–2 @ Dallas Stars (1994–95) 19–17–3
40LApril 17, 19951–3 Toronto Maple Leafs (1994–95) 19–18–3
41TApril 19, 19952–2 OT St. Louis Blues (1994–95) 19–18–4
42LApril 21, 19951–2 Winnipeg Jets (1994–95) 19–19–4
43TApril 23, 19952–2 OT @ St. Louis Blues (1994–95) 19–19–5
44WApril 25, 19954–3 OT Vancouver Canucks (1994–95) 20–19–5
45WApril 27, 19955–1 Dallas Stars (1994–95) 21–19–5
46WApril 30, 19954–0 @ Detroit Red Wings (1994–95) 22–19–5
47WMay 1, 19953–2 Winnipeg Jets (1994–95) 23–19–5
48WMay 3, 19955–1 Los Angeles Kings (1994–95) 24–19–5

Player statsEdit

ForwardsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM

DefencemenEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player GP G AST PTS PIM

GoaltendingEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals against average

Player GP W L T SO GAA

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/draft/nhl1994e.html

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