1992–93 Montreal Canadiens season

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1992–93 Montreal Canadiens
Stanley Cup Champions
Wales Conference Champions
Division 3rd Adams
Conference 4th Wales
1992–93 record 48–30–6
Home record 27–13–2
Road record 21–17–4
Goals for 326 (9th)
Goals against 280 (T-7th)
Team information
General Manager Serge Savard
Coach Jacques Demers
Captain Guy Carbonneau
Alternate captains Denis Savard
Brian Skrudland (Oct-Mar)
Kirk Muller (Mar-Apr)
Arena Montreal Forum
Average attendance 17,018
Team leaders
Goals Brian Bellows (40)
Assists Vincent Damphousse (58)
Points Vincent Damphousse (97)
Penalties in minutes Lyle Odelein (205)
Plus/minus Lyle Odelein (+35)
Wins Patrick Roy (31)
Goals against average Patrick Roy (3.20)
<1991–92 1993–94>

The 1992–93 Montreal Canadiens season was the Canadiens' 76th season in the NHL, 84th overall, and they were coming off of a disappointing second round playoff exit against the Boston Bruins during the 1991–92 season, the 3rd straight season the Bruins had defeated the Habs in the playoffs.

To date, the Canadiens are the last team north of the United States-Canada border to take home the Cup.[1]

Offseason[edit]

In the off-season, the Canadiens would replace head coach Pat Burns and hire former Quebec Nordiques, St. Louis Blues and Detroit Red Wings head coach Jacques Demers to take his spot. The team also made some trades during the summer, acquiring Vincent Damphousse from the Edmonton Oilers, and Brian Bellows from the Minnesota North Stars.

Denis Savard is named an alternate captain, following Mike McPhee's trade to the North Stars.

Regular season[edit]

The Canadiens would get off to a quick start, sitting on top of the Adams Division with a 16–5–3 record in their opening 24 games. The team would slump to an 8–9–2 record in their next 19 games, and fall behind their provincial rivals, the Quebec Nordiques, in the standings. Montreal would get hot, going 17–4–1, to take a commanding lead in the division, but a late-season slump, as Montreal would have a record of 7–11–0 in their final 18 games, falling behind the Boston Bruins and Nordiques to finish third in the division with 102 points and a 48–30–6 record.

On January 25, 1993, rookie Ed Ronan scored just 14 seconds into the overtime period to give the Canadiens a 3-2 home win over the Boston Bruins.[2] It would prove to be the fastest overtime goal scored during the 1992-93 NHL regular season.[3]

Four Canadiens (Brian Bellows, Vincent Damphousse, Stephan Lebeau and Kirk Muller) reached the 30-goal plateau.[4] In his first season with the team, Vincent Damphousse led the club offensively, scoring 39 goals and earning a team high 97 points. Brian Bellows, also in his first season in Montreal, had a team high 40 goals, and finished with 88 points. Kirk Muller scored 37 goals and had 94 points, while Stephan Lebeau had a breakout season, earning 80 points. Eric Desjardins led the blueline with 13 goals and 45 points, while Mathieu Schneider also recorded 13 goals from the blueline, and finished with 44 points.

In goal, Patrick Roy played the majority of the games, leading the club with 31 wins and a 3.20 GAA in 62 games, and earn two shutouts along the way. Andre Racicot backed up Roy, and won 17 of 26 games, while posting a 3.39 GAA, and a shutout.

At the beginning of the 1992-93 NHL season, Upper Deck made Patrick Roy a spokesperson. Roy was an ideal choice as he was a hockey card collector, and his collection amounted to over 150,000 cards. An ad campaign was launched and it had an adverse effect on Patrick Roy’s season. Upper Deck had a slogan called “Trade Roy”, and it was posted on billboards throughout the city of Montreal.[5] A Journal de Montreal poll, published on January 13, 1993, indicated that 57% of fans favoured trading Patrick Roy.[6] Before the trading deadline, Canadiens General Manager Serge Savard insisted that he would consider a trade for Roy.[7] The Canadiens would end the season by winning only 8 of their last 19 games.[8]

Final standings[edit]

Adams Division
GP W L T GF GA PTS
Boston Bruins 84 51 26 7 332 268 109
Quebec Nordiques 84 47 27 10 351 300 104
Montreal Canadiens 84 48 30 6 326 280 102
Buffalo Sabres 84 38 36 10 335 297 86
Hartford Whalers 84 26 52 6 284 369 58
Ottawa Senators 84 10 70 4 202 395 24

[9]Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Note: Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Wales Conference[10]
R Div GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 p - Pittsburgh Penguins PTK 84 56 21 7 367 268 119
2 Boston Bruins ADM 84 51 26 7 332 268 109
3 Quebec Nordiques ADM 84 47 27 10 351 300 104
4 Washington Capitals PTK 84 43 34 7 325 286 93
5 Montreal Canadiens ADM 84 48 30 6 326 280 102
6 New York Islanders PTK 84 40 37 7 335 297 87
7 Buffalo Sabres ADM 84 38 36 10 335 297 86
8 New Jersey Devils PTK 84 40 37 7 308 299 87
9 Philadelphia Flyers PTK 84 36 37 11 319 319 83
10 New York Rangers PTK 84 34 39 11 304 308 79
11 Hartford Whalers ADM 84 26 52 6 284 369 58
12 Ottawa Senators ADM 84 10 70 4 202 395 24

p – Won Presidents' Trophy (and division)
Divisions: PTK – Patrick, ADM – Adams


Schedule and results[edit]

Regular season results
No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1 W October 6, 1992 5–1 @ Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 1–0–0
2 L October 8, 1992 3–5 @ Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 1–1–0
3 T October 10, 1992 3–3 OT Pittsburgh Penguins (1992–93) 1–1–1
4 L October 11, 1992 2–8 @ Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 1–2–1
5 L October 15, 1992 2–5 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1992–93) 1–3–1
6 W October 17, 1992 8–1 Minnesota North Stars (1992–93) 2–3–1
7 W October 19, 1992 6–2 St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 3–3–1
8 W October 21, 1992 8–4 San Jose Sharks (1992–93) 4–3–1
9 T October 23, 1992 3–3 OT @ New York Rangers (1992–93) 4–3–2
10 W October 24, 1992 7–6 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1992–93) 5–3–2
11 W October 28, 1992 4–3 Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 6–3–2
12 W October 31, 1992 4–3 New York Rangers (1992–93) 7–3–2
13 W November 2, 1992 2–1 Winnipeg Jets (1992–93) 8–3–2
14 W November 4, 1992 4–3 @ Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 9–3–2
15 W November 7, 1992 5–1 Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 10–3–2
16 W November 9, 1992 5–2 Calgary Flames (1992–93) 11–3–2
17 W November 11, 1992 8–3 @ New Jersey Devils (1992–93) 12–3–2
18 L November 14, 1992 3–4 OT Philadelphia Flyers (1992–93) 12–4–2
19 W November 16, 1992 6–3 Boston Bruins (1992–93) 13–4–2
20 W November 17, 1992 5–3 @ Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 14–4–2
21 L November 19, 1992 3–4 @ Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 14–5–2
22 W November 21, 1992 3–1 Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 15–5–2
23 T November 23, 1992 1–1 OT Washington Capitals (1992–93) 15–5–3
24 W November 25, 1992 6–1 @ Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 16–5–3
25 L November 28, 1992 5–6 Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 16–6–3
26 W November 30, 1992 3–0 Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 17–6–3
27 L December 3, 1992 3–4 @ Boston Bruins (1992–93) 17–7–3
28 W December 5, 1992 3–2 OT @ Winnipeg Jets (1992–93) 18–7–3
29 L December 6, 1992 0–2 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 18–8–3
30 T December 8, 1992 5–5 OT @ Los Angeles Kings (1992–93) 18–8–4
31 W December 12, 1992 5–1 Boston Bruins (1992–93) 19–8–4
32 L December 13, 1992 5–10 @ New York Rangers (1992–93) 19–9–4
33 L December 16, 1992 1–5 Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 19–10–4
34 W December 17, 1992 8–3 @ Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 20–10–4
35 W December 19, 1992 4–2 Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 21–10–4
36 L December 21, 1992 2–5 Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 21–11–4
37 L December 23, 1992 2–6 New York Islanders (1992–93) 21–12–4
38 L December 27, 1992 2–5 @ Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 21–13–4
39 W December 29, 1992 6–3 @ Edmonton Oilers (1992–93) 22–13–4
40 L December 31, 1992 3–5 @ Calgary Flames (1992–93) 22–14–4
41 T January 2, 1993 5–5 OT @ Los Angeles Kings (1992–93) 22–14–5
42 W January 4, 1993 4–1 San Jose Sharks (1992–93) 23–14–5
43 W January 5, 1993 2–1 @ San Jose Sharks (1992–93) 24–14–5
44 L January 9, 1993 4–5 Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 24–15–5
45 W January 10, 1993 7–5 @ Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 25–15–5
46 W January 13, 1993 7–3 Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 26–15–5
47 W January 14, 1993 5–3 @ Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 27–15–5
48 W January 16, 1993 3–0 New York Rangers (1992–93) 28–15–5
49 W January 20, 1993 3–2 New Jersey Devils (1992–93) 29–15–5
50 L January 22, 1993 2–6 @ New Jersey Devils (1992–93) 29–16–5
51 L January 23, 1993 0–4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 29–17–5
52 W January 25, 1993 3–2 OT Boston Bruins (1992–93) 30–17–5
53 L January 27, 1993 5–6 Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 30–18–5
54 W January 30, 1993 5–3 Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 31–18–5
55 W January 31, 1993 6–4 Philadelphia Flyers (1992–93) 32–18–5
56 W February 3, 1993 7–2 Los Angeles Kings (1992–93) 33–18–5
57 W February 9, 1993 5–3 @ New York Islanders (1992–93) 34–18–5
58 T February 11, 1993 0–0 OT @ Philadelphia Flyers (1992–93) 34–18–6
59 W February 13, 1993 4–1 @ Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 35–18–6
60 L February 17, 1993 2–5 Boston Bruins (1992–93) 35–19–6
61 W February 20, 1993 5–4 Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 36–19–6
62 W February 21, 1993 4–3 Edmonton Oilers (1992–93) 37–19–6
63 W February 23, 1993 5–1 @ St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 38–19–6
64 W February 26, 1993 6–4 @ Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 39–19–6
65 W February 27, 1993 8–4 Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 40–19–6
66 W March 1, 1993 5–2 @ Boston Bruins (1992–93) 41–19–6
67 L March 3, 1993 1–3 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 41–20–6
68 L March 6, 1993 3–4 @ Minnesota North Stars (1992–93) 41–21–6
69 W March 10, 1993 5–1 New York Islanders (1992–93) 42–21–6
70 L March 11, 1993 2–5 @ Boston Bruins (1992–93) 42–22–6
71 L March 13, 1993 2–5 Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 42–23–6
72 W March 18, 1993 5–2 @ Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 43–23–6
73 W March 20, 1993 6–2 Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 44–23–6
74 L March 22, 1993 3–8 Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 44–24–6
75 W March 24, 1993 6–5 OT @ Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 45–24–6
76 L March 25, 1993 0–2 @ Boston Bruins (1992–93) 45–25–6
77 W March 27, 1993 4–3 OT Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 46–25–6
78 L March 31, 1993 2–6 Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 46–26–6
79 L April 2, 1993 0–4 @ Washington Capitals (1992–93) 46–27–6
80 W April 3, 1993 3–2 @ New York Islanders (1992–93) 47–27–6
81 L April 7, 1993 3–4 OT @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1992–93) 47–28–6
82 L April 10, 1993 1–5 Boston Bruins (1992–93) 47–29–6
83 L April 12, 1993 2–3 OT Washington Capitals (1992–93) 47–30–6
84 W April 13, 1993 3–2 OT @ Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 48–30–6

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Playoffs[edit]

In the playoffs, the Canadiens would open up against their Battle of Quebec rivals, the Quebec Nordiques. Quebec finished in second place in the division, two points ahead of Montreal. Quebec opened the series with two wins on home ice, sending the series back to Montreal. The Canadiens responded in the third game with a 2–1 overtime win, to cut the Nordiques series lead to 2–1. Montreal followed that up with a solid 3–2 win in game four to even the series as it shifted back to Quebec City. Game five couldn't be settled in regulation time, as the Canadiens and Nordiques were tied 4–4, and Montreal would stun the Nordiques home crowd with an overtime goal to win the game 5–4, and take control of the series with a 3–2 lead, heading back to the Forum for the sixth game. Montreal then closed out the series at home, defeating the Nordiques 6–2, and advance to the second round of the playoffs for the tenth straight season.

Up next was the Buffalo Sabres, who had upset the division-winning Boston Bruins in the opening round. Montreal finished 16 points ahead of the Sabres during the regular season. The Canadiens, who ended their series with the Nordiques with four straight wins, continued their hot streak, defeating the Sabres by identical 4–3 scores in the opening two games, winning the second game in overtime. The series then moved to Buffalo, but Montreal recorded another 4–3 overtime victory, to take a commanding 3–0 series lead. The Habs would sweep Buffalo, with yet another 4–3 overtime win in game four, moving to the Conference final for the first time since 1989.

The Canadiens next opponent would be the surprising New York Islanders, who had just defeated the heavily favoured Pittsburgh Penguins to earn a spot in the Conference finals. The Islanders had 87 points in the regular season, which was 15 less than Montreal. The Canadiens stayed red hot, with a 4–1 victory in the first game, before winning 4–3 in double overtime to take a 2–0 series lead, and extend their winning streak to 10 games. Game three on Long Island would again head into overtime, with Montreal winning again, by a score of 2–1, to win their eleventh straight playoff game, tying the NHL record which was set by the Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks in the 1992 playoffs. The Islanders would hold off the Canadiens in the fourth game to avoid the sweep and end the Canadiens winning streak, however, Montreal would close out the series in the fifth game, and move to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in four years.

Montreal's final opponent of the playoffs would be the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings, led by Wayne Gretzky, had defeated the Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, and Toronto Maple Leafs to earn their first ever trip to the Stanley Cup Finals. Los Angeles finished the season with 88 points, 14 less than Montreal.

The first game, held at the Forum, would belong to the Kings, as they stunned the Montreal crowd with a 4–1 victory. Montreal rebounded in game two, as a late penalty call on Marty McSorley for using an illegal stick gave the Canadiens a late powerplay, on which they scored on to tie the game up at 2–2. The game would head into overtime, and Montreal once again prevailed, winning the game 3–2 to tie the series up. The series moved to Los Angeles for the third game, and Montreal continued their overtime magic, with a 4–3 OT victory to take a 2–1 series lead. The fourth game would again head into overtime, and again, the Canadiens won, their NHL record tenth consecutive overtime victory, to take a 3–1 series lead with the series headed back to Montreal for the fifth game. The Canadiens would have few problems with a tired Kings team in the 5th game, winning 4–1, and earning their 24th Stanley Cup in team history. Patrick Roy would be named the winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy. It would be their most recent Stanley Cup championship as of 2013, and the last time a Canadian team won the Cup. Patrick Roy would win two more Stanley Cups with the Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001.

Montreal Canadiens 4, Quebec Nordiques 2[edit]

# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 April 18 Montreal Canadiens 2–3 Quebec Nordiques 0–1
2 April 20 Montreal Canadiens 1–4 Quebec Nordiques 0–2
3 April 22 Quebec Nordiques 1–2 Montreal Canadiens 1–2
4 April 24 Quebec Nordiques 2–3 Montreal Canadiens 2–2
5 April 26 Montreal Canadiens 5–4 Quebec Nordiques 3–2
6 April 28 Quebec Nordiques 2–6 Montreal Canadiens 4–2

Montreal Canadiens 4, Buffalo Sabres 0[edit]

# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 May 2 Buffalo Sabres 3–4 Montreal Canadiens 1–0
2 May 4 Buffalo Sabres 3–4 Montreal Canadiens 2–0
3 May 6 Montreal Canadiens 4–3 Buffalo Sabres 3–0
4 May 8 Montreal Canadiens 4–3 Buffalo Sabres 4–0

Montreal Canadiens 4, New York Islanders 1[edit]

# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 May 16 New York Islanders 1–4 Montreal Canadiens 1–0
2 May 18 New York Islanders 3–4 Montreal Canadiens 2–0
3 May 20 Montreal Canadiens 2–1 New York Islanders 3–0
4 May 22 Montreal Canadiens 1–4 New York Islanders 3–1
5 May 24 New York Islanders 2–5 Montreal Canadiens 4–1

Montreal Canadiens 4, Los Angeles Kings 1[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 1993 Stanley Cup Finals.
# Date Visitor Score Home Record
1 June 1 Los Angeles Kings 4–1 Montreal Canadiens 0–1
2 June 3 Los Angeles Kings 2–3 Montreal Canadiens 1–1
3 June 5 Montreal Canadiens 4–3 Los Angeles Kings 2–1
4 June 7 Montreal Canadiens 3–2 Los Angeles Kings 3–1
5 June 9 Los Angeles Kings 1–4 Montreal Canadiens 4–1

Player statistics[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Damphousse, VincentVincent Damphousse C 84 39 58 97 98 5 9 3 8
Muller, KirkKirk Muller LW 80 37 57 94 77 8 12 0 4
Bellows, BrianBrian Bellows LW 82 40 48 88 44 4 16 0 5
Lebeau, StephanStephan Lebeau C 71 31 49 80 20 23 8 0 7
Keane, MikeMike Keane RW 77 15 45 60 95 29 0 0 1
Savard, DenisDenis Savard C 63 16 34 50 90 1 4 1 2
Dionne, GilbertGilbert Dionne LW 75 20 28 48 63 5 6 1 2
Desjardins, EricEric Desjardins D 82 13 32 45 98 20 7 0 1
Leclair, JohnJohn LeClair LW 72 19 25 44 33 11 2 0 2
Schneider, MathieuMathieu Schneider D 60 13 31 44 91 8 3 0 2
Brisebois, PatricePatrice Brisebois D 70 10 21 31 79 6 4 0 2
Haller, KevinKevin Haller D 73 11 14 25 117 7 6 0 1
Brunet, BenoitBenoit Brunet LW 47 10 15 25 19 13 0 0 1
Daigneault, J. J.J. J. Daigneault D 66 8 10 18 57 25 0 0 1
Leeman, GaryGary Leeman RW 20 6 12 18 14 9 1 0 1
Carbonneau, GuyGuy Carbonneau C 61 4 13 17 20 -9 0 1 0
DiPietro, PaulPaul DiPietro C 29 4 13 17 14 11 0 0 0
Odelein, LyleLyle Odelein D 83 2 14 16 205 35 0 0 0
Ewen, ToddTodd Ewen RW 75 5 9 14 193 6 0 0 1
Ronan, EdEd Ronan RW 53 5 7 12 20 6 0 0 1
Skrudland, BrianBrian Skrudland C 23 5 3 8 55 1 0 2 1
Roberge, MarioMario Roberge LW 50 4 4 8 142 2 0 0 3
Hill, SeanSean Hill D 31 2 6 8 54 -5 1 0 1
Belanger, JesseJesse Belanger C 19 4 2 6 4 1 0 0 0
Petrov, OlegOleg Petrov RW 9 2 1 3 10 2 0 0 1
Dufresne, DonaldDonald Dufresne D 32 1 2 3 32 0 0 0 0
Roy, PatrickPatrick Roy G 62 0 2 2 16 0 0 0 0
Racicot, AndreAndre Racicot G 26 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 0
Ramage, RobRob Ramage D 8 0 1 1 8 -3 0 0 0
Carnback, PatrikPatrik Carnback C 6 0 0 0 2 -4 0 0 0
Chabot, FredericFrederic Chabot G 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Charron, EricEric Charron D 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
Kjellberg, PatricPatric Kjellberg RW 7 0 0 0 2 -3 0 0 0
Stevenson, TurnerTurner Stevenson RW 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Roy, PatrickPatrick Roy 3595 62 31 25 5 192 3.20 2 1814 1622 .894
Racicot, AndreAndre Racicot 1433 26 17 5 1 81 3.39 1 682 601 .881
Chabot, FredericFrederic Chabot 40 1 0 0 0 1 1.50 0 19 18 .947
Team: 5068 84 48 30 6 274 3.24 3 2515 2241 .891

Playoffs[edit]

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM PPG SHG GWG
Damphousse, VincentVincent Damphousse C 20 11 12 23 16 5 0 3
Muller, KirkKirk Muller LW 20 10 7 17 18 3 0 3
Bellows, BrianBrian Bellows LW 18 6 9 15 18 2 0 0
Keane, MikeMike Keane RW 19 2 13 15 6 0 0 0
Desjardins, EricEric Desjardins D 20 4 10 14 23 1 0 1
DiPietro, PaulPaul DiPietro C 17 8 5 13 8 0 0 1
Dionne, GilbertGilbert Dionne LW 20 6 6 12 20 1 0 1
Leclair, JohnJohn LeClair LW 20 4 6 10 14 0 0 3
Brunet, BenoitBenoit Brunet LW 20 2 8 10 8 1 0 1
Haller, KevinKevin Haller D 17 1 6 7 16 1 0 0
Carbonneau, GuyGuy Carbonneau C 20 3 3 6 10 0 1 2
Lebeau, StephanStephan Lebeau C 13 3 3 6 6 1 0 1
Odelein, LyleLyle Odelein D 20 1 5 6 30 0 0 0
Ronan, EdEd Ronan RW 14 2 3 5 10 0 0 0
Savard, DenisDenis Savard C 14 0 5 5 4 0 0 0
Daigneault, J. J.J. J. Daigneault D 20 1 3 4 22 0 0 0
Brisebois, PatricePatrice Brisebois D 20 0 4 4 18 0 0 0
Leeman, GaryGary Leeman RW 11 1 2 3 2 0 0 0
Schneider, MathieuMathieu Schneider D 11 1 2 3 16 0 0 0
Belanger, JesseJesse Belanger C 9 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
Roy, PatrickPatrick Roy G 20 0 1 1 4 0 0 0
Dufresne, DonaldDonald Dufresne D 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ewen, ToddTodd Ewen RW 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hill, SeanSean Hill D 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Petrov, OlegOleg Petrov RW 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Racicot, AndreAndre Racicot G 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ramage, RobRob Ramage D 7 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Roberge, MarioMario Roberge LW 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Roy, PatrickPatrick Roy 1293 20 16 4 46 2.13 0 647 601 .929
Racicot, AndreAndre Racicot 18 1 0 0 2 6.67 0 9 7 .778
Team: 1311 20 16 4 48 2.20 0 656 608 .927

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Note:

Pos = Position; GPI = Games played in; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; +/- = Plus/minus; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals
Min, TOI = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T,T/OT = Ties; OTL = Overtime losses; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots against; SV = Shots saved; SV% = Save percentage;

Awards and records[edit]

Transactions[edit]

Montreal Canadiens 1993 Stanley Cup champions[edit]

Roster

  Centres
  Wingers
  Defencemen
  Goaltenders


  Coaching and administrative staff

Stanley Cup engraving

  • Jesse Belanger† played 19 regular season games and 9 playoff games, but did not play in the finals. His name was included on the Cup even though he did not qualify. Oleg Petrov†† played 9 regular season games and 1 playoff game, but was left off the Cup.
  • Montreal did not include Aldo Giampaolo, Fred Steer, Bernard Brisset (vice presidents) and Claude Ruel (director-player development) on the Stanley Cup, even though there is more than enough room. In 1986 Montreal included all the vice presidents, and director-player development on the Cup.

Draft picks[edit]

Montreal's draft picks at the 1992 NHL Entry Draft

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
1 20 David Wilkie  United States Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
2 33 Valeri Bure  Russia Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
2 44 Keli Corpse  Canada Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
3 68 Craig Rivet  Canada Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
4 82 Louis Bernard  Canada Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)
4 92 Marc Lamothe  Canada Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
5 116 Don Chase  United States Springfield Olympics (NEJHL)
6 140 Martin Sychra  Czechoslovakia ZKL Brno (Czech.)
7 164 Christian Proulx  Canada St-Jean Lynx (QMJHL)
8 188 Mike Burman  Canada North Bay Centennials (OHL)
9 212 Earl Cronan  United States St. Mark's School (USHS)
10 236 Trent Cavicchi  Canada Dartmouth Midgets (NS)
11 260 Hiromuki Miura  Japan Kushiro High School (Japan)

Farm teams[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ Patrick Roy, winning, nothing else, p.297, by Michel Roy, translated by Charles Phillips, 2008, John Wiley & Sons, Mississauga, ON, ISBN 978-0-470-15616-2
  8. ^ Patrick Roy, winning, nothing else, p.299, by Michel Roy, translated by Charles Phillips, 2008, John Wiley & Sons, Mississauga, ON, ISBN 978-0-470-15616-2
  9. ^ Dinger, Ralph, ed. (2011). The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2012. Dan Diamond & Associates. p. 154. ISBN 9781894801225. 
  10. ^ "1992–1993 Conference Standings". National Hockey League. Retrieved June 29, 2014. 
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