Season LNH 1994-1995
The season LNH 1994 - 95 was the 78e regular season of the National league of hockey. Twenty-six teams played each one 48 matches. It is the last season of the Nordiques of Quebec which will move with Denver in the Colorado and will take the name of the Avalanche of Colorado for the season 1995-96.
The regular season is curtailed because of a strike ( Lock-out ) 103 days which ends the January 11th 1995. The season begins finally a fifteen or so days later.
It is also the first season that the matches are televised by the chain Fox. They will keep the rights until end 1999. In order to make it possible everyone to better follow the matches on television, the chain developed and set up a system named FoxTrax which allows, via a printed circuit inside the metal disc, to make a halation of color around this one on the images. The fans of the first hour do not include/understand the interest of such a device " since it should not be so complicated to follow a black metal disc on white ice ".
Final classificationsFoot-note: PJ = left played, V = victory, D = demolished, NR = no one, BP = goals for, BC = goals against, Pts = points, Pun = minutes of penalties
Better pointersFoot-note: PJ = left played, B = goals, has = assistances, Pts = points, Pun = minutes of penalties
eliminatory Series of the Cut Stanley
Quarterfinals of conference
Semi-finals of conference
Finales of conference
Finale of the Cut Stanley
The final of the Coupe Stanley sees the Devils of the New Jersey crushing the Red Wings de Détroit on the score without call of 4 matches with 0. The goalkeeper of Devils, Martin Brodeur boxes only 7 goals in the final series. The last match takes place in the New Jersey, Neal Broten registering the gaining goal of the match (5 to 2 with final). Claude Lemieux gains the Trophée Idiot Smythe with 13 marked goals.
Better pointersFoot-note: PJ = Left Played, B = Goals, has = Aides, Pts = Points
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