1992–93 Ottawa Senators season

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1992–93 Ottawa Senators
Division 6th Adams
Conference 12th Wales
1992–93 record 10–70–4
Home record 9–29–4
Road record 1–41–0
Goals for 202
Goals against 395
 Team information
General Manager Mel Bridgman
Coach Rick Bowness
Captain Laurie Boschman
Alternate captains Brad Marsh
Brad Shaw
Sylvain Turgeon
Arena Ottawa Civic Centre
Average attendance Average: 10,479
Capacity: 99.8%
Total: 429,645 (41 games)[1]
Team leaders
Goals Sylvain Turgeon (25)
Assists Norm Maciver (46)
Points Norm Maciver (63)
Penalties in minutes Mike Peluso (318)
Plus/minus Dave Archibald (−16)
Wins Peter Sidorkiewicz (8)
Goals against average Daniel Berthiaume (4.30)
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The 1992–93 Ottawa Senators season was the inaugural season of the modern Ottawa Senators. Despite winning the first game of the regular season on October 8, 1992, the Senators would only win nine more en route to their worst season ever. The team recorded three NHL records that season: the longest home losing streak of eleven, from October 27 to December 8; the longest road losing streak with a total of 38, from October 10 to April 3 (nearly the whole season) and fewest road wins in a season, with just one victory.

Team business[edit]

On June 2, 1992, the then city of Kanata gave approval of the Palladium project. On June 29, the club held ground-breaking ceremonies for the Palladium project at the site.[2] The team was still seeking partners for financing the project and Ogden Corporation would back $120 million in loans on November 11.[2] Actual construction would begin in 1994.

On June 15, Rick Bowness was named as the team's first head coach.[2] Bowness was previously a head coach for the Winnipeg Jets and Boston Bruins.

On July 29, 1992, team president and former Ottawa mayor, Jim Durrell resigned.[2]

Expansion and Entry drafts[edit]

The team's struggles started before the season when, at the expansion draft, Senators management attempted to make three draft picks who were ineligible. They had wanted to select players from the Canadiens and Maple Leafs after they had both lost two, the maximum. To top it off, the Sens selected C. J. Young from Calgary off the wrong master list of players.[3] The players the Senators did select were "journeymen NHLers or player who had good years in minor leagues but no longer were considered prospects."[4]

At the 1992 NHL Entry Draft, the Sens selected "relative unknown"[4] Alexei Yashin as their first choice, second overall. Yashin opted to play in Moscow for the 1992–93 season instead of with the Sens.

Pre-season[edit]

The Senators held their first training camp at the Robert Guertin Arena in Hull, Quebec on September 8. The team played its first game in Hartford against the Hartford Whalers. The game ends in a 1–1 tie, and the Senators first goal is scored by Neil Brady. The first game in Ottawa since re-joining the NHL is played on September 18. The Washington Capitals defeat Ottawa 4–3. The first win by the Senators since re-entry into the NHL is recorded on September 24, a 4–3 win against the New York Islanders. Defenceman Brad Shaw scored the winning goal. On October 7, just before the start of the regular season, the Senators announce Laurie Boschman as the team's first captain.[5]

Regular season[edit]

The Senators finished last in goals scored (202), wins (10), points (24, tied with the San Jose Sharks), even-strength goals scored (129), power-play goals for (66, tied with the Edmonton Oilers and the San Jose Sharks), power play goals against (115) and power play % (14.73) and shooting percentage (8.9%; 202 goals on 2,281 shots).[6][7]

Two Senators recorded hat tricks during the regular season; Bob Kudelski scored one in a 3–2 victory over San Jose on Sunday, January 10, 1993[8] and Laurie Boschman scored one on Saturday, April 10, 1993 in a 5–3 win on the road against the New York Islanders.[9]

Highlights[edit]

The new Senators played their first game on October 8, 1992, in the Ottawa Civic Centre defeating the eventual Stanley Cup champion Montreal Canadiens by a score of 5–3. The game was televised on Hockey Night In Canada and was in front of a sold-out Ottawa Civic Centre with 10,449 in attendance. The ceremonial face-off between Laurie Boschman and Denis Savard was done by Frank Finnigan, Jr. (his father having died on Christmas Day, 1991), Bruce Firestone and Gil Stein. There was lots of pre-game spectacle—the skating of Brian Orser, the 9 banners being raised to honour the original Senators' Stanley Cup wins, retirement of Frank Finnigan's jersey number and the singing of the anthem by Alanis Morissette.[10] The game was attended by Russell Williams, an Ottawa fan who had witnessed the last Stanley Cup win in Ottawa in the 1927 Stanley Cup Final, and would later attend the games of the 2007 Stanley Cup Final, held in Ottawa.[11]

Starting Lineup[edit]

Starting Players:

Others: Mark Lamb, Doug Smail, Darcy Loewen, Jamie Baker, Laurie Boschman, Andrew McBain, Norm Maciver, Chris Luongo, Tomas Jelinek, Marc Fortier, Mark Osiecki, Darren Rumble, Mike Peluso, Steve Weeks

Source: Ottawa Senators Media Guide 1998–99. Ottawa Senators. 1998. p. 193. 

Neil Brady scored the first goal for the modern-day Ottawa Senators franchise in the game.

It would take the Sens 39 games to win a road game, their third last road game of the season. It would be the only road win for the Sens in the entire season, and the only points won on the road as well. After the season, General Manager Mel Bridgman was fired, and eventually would be replaced by Randy Sexton.

Schedule and results[edit]

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

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

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Player statistics[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Maciver, NormNorm Maciver D 80 17 46 63 84 −46 7 1 2
Baker, JamieJamie Baker C 76 19 29 48 54 −20 10 0 2
Turgeon, SylvainSylvain Turgeon LW 72 25 18 43 104 −29 8 0 2
Shaw, BradBrad Shaw D 81 7 34 41 34 −47 4 0 0
Kudelski, BobBob Kudelski RW 48 21 14 35 22 −22 12 0 2
Hull, JodyJody Hull RW 69 13 21 34 14 −24 5 1 0
Lamb, MarkMark Lamb C 71 7 19 26 64 −40 1 0 0
Peluso, MikeMike Peluso LW 81 15 10 25 318 −35 2 0 1
Freer, MarkMark Freer C 63 10 14 24 39 −35 3 3 0
Brady, NeilNeil Brady C 55 7 17 24 57 −25 5 0 0
McBain, AndrewAndrew McBain RW 59 7 16 23 43 −37 1 0 0
Boschman, LaurieLaurie Boschman C 70 9 7 16 101 −26 0 1 1
Rumble, DarrenDarren Rumble D 69 3 13 16 61 −24 0 0 0
Archibald, DaveDave Archibald C/LW 44 9 6 15 32 −16 6 0 0
Smail, DougDoug Smail LW 51 4 10 14 51 −34 0 0 0
Jelinek, TomasTomas Jelinek RW 49 7 6 13 52 −21 0 0 0
Luongo, ChrisChris Luongo D 76 3 9 12 68 −47 1 0 0
Lazaro, JeffJeff Lazaro LW 26 6 4 10 16 −8 0 1 0
Murphy, RobRob Murphy C 44 3 7 10 30 −23 0 0 0
Loewen, DarcyDarcy Loewen LW 79 4 5 9 145 −26 0 0 0
Hammond, KenKen Hammond D 62 4 4 8 104 −42 0 0 0
Dineen, GordGord Dineen D 32 2 4 6 30 −19 1 0 0
Osiecki, MarkMark Osiecki D 34 0 4 4 12 −21 0 0 0
Marsh, BradBrad Marsh D 59 0 3 3 30 −29 0 0 0
Atcheynum, BlairBlair Atcheynum RW 4 0 1 1 0 −3 0 0 0
Berthiaume, DanielDaniel Berthiaume G 25 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0
Fortier, MarcMarc Fortier C 10 0 1 1 6 −7 0 0 0
Kyte, JimJim Kyte D 4 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0
Lavoie, DominicDominic Lavoie D 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Thomson, JimJim Thomson RW 15 0 1 1 41 −11 0 0 0
Cimellaro, TonyTony Cimellaro C 2 0 0 0 0 −2 0 0 0
Hamr, RadekRadek Hamr D 4 0 0 0 0 −4 0 0 0
Loach, LonnieLonnie Loach LW 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Madeley, DarrinDarrin Madeley G 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Miller, BradBrad Miller D 11 0 0 0 42 −5 0 0 0
Paynter, KentKent Paynter D 6 0 0 0 20 −7 0 0 0
Sidorkiewicz, PeterPeter Sidorkiewicz G 64 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0
St. Amour, MartinMartin St. Amour LW 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
Weeks, SteveSteve Weeks G 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
Sidorkiewicz, PeterPeter Sidorkiewicz 3388 64 8 46 3 250 4.43 0 1737 1487 .856
Berthiaume, DanielDaniel Berthiaume 1326 25 2 17 1 95 4.30 0 739 644 .871
Madeley, DarrinDarrin Madeley 90 2 0 2 0 10 6.67 0 44 34 .773
Weeks, SteveSteve Weeks 249 7 0 5 0 30 7.23 0 144 114 .792
Team: 5053 84 10 70 4 385 4.57 0 2664 2279 .855

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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]

Awards[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Date Player
January 10, 1993 Bob Kudelski First Hat trick by a Senator
February 1, 1993 Laurie Boschman First Penalty Shot by a Senator (goal)

Source: Ottawa Senators 2007–08 Media Guide. Ottawa Senators. 2007. 

Transactions[edit]

Waivers[edit]

October 4, 1992 From Pittsburgh Penguins
Norm Maciver
October 21, 1992 To Los Angeles Kings
Lonnie Loach
November 20, 1992 To Boston Bruins
Dominic Lavoie
February 20, 1993 To Winnipeg Jets
Mark Osiecki

Source: Ottawa Senators 2007–08 Media Guide. Ottawa Senators. 2007. p. 183. 

Roster[edit]

1992–93 Ottawa Senators
Goaltenders

Defencemen

Wingers

Centres

Draft picks[edit]

Expansion Draft[edit]

The Senators participated in the 1992 NHL Expansion Draft on June 18, 1992 to fill their roster for the 1992–93 NHL Season.

Round # Player Nationality NHL Team
1 2 Peter Sidorkiewicz  Poland Hartford Whalers
2 3 Mark Laforest  Canada New York Rangers
3 5 Brad Shaw  Canada New Jersey Devils
4 8 Darren Rumble  Canada Philadelphia Flyers
5 10 Dominic Lavoie  Canada St. Louis Blues
6 11 Brad Miller  Canada Buffalo Sabres
7 13 Ken Hammond  Canada Vancouver Canucks
8 16 Kent Paynter  Canada Winnipeg Jets
9 18 John Van Kessel  Canada Los Angeles Kings
10 20 Sylvain Turgeon  Canada Montreal Canadiens
11 21 Mike Peluso  United States Chicago Blackhawks
12 23 Rob Murphy  Canada Vancouver Canucks
13 25 Mark Lamb  Canada Edmonton Oilers
14 27 Laurie Boschman  Canada New Jersey Devils
15 29 Jim Thomson  Canada Los Angeles Kings
16 31 Lonnie Loach  Canada Detroit Red Wings
17 33 Mark Freer  Canada Philadelphia Flyers
18 35 Chris Lindberg  Canada Calgary Flames
19 37 Jeff Lazaro  United States Boston Bruins
20 39 Darcy Loewen  Canada Buffalo Sabres
21 41 Blair Atcheynum  Canada Hartford Whalers

Entry Draft[edit]

Ottawa's draft picks at the 1992 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal, Quebec.

Round # Player Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 2 Alexei Yashin  Russia HC Dynamo Moscow (Russia)
2 25 Chad Penney  Canada North Bay Centennials (OHL)
3 50 Patrick Traverse  Canada Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
4 73 Radek Hamr  Czechoslovakia HC Sparta Praha (Czech.)
5 98 Daniel Guerard  Canada Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
6 121 Alan Sinclair  United States University of Michigan (NCAA)
7 146 Jaroslav Miklenda  Czechoslovakia DS Olomuc (Czech.)
8 169 Jay Kenney  United States Canterbury School (US HS)
9 194 Claude Savoie  Canada Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
10 217 Jack Grimes  Canada Belleville Bulls (OHL)
11 242 Tomas Jelinek  Czechoslovakia HPK Hameenlinna (Finland)
11 264 Petter Ronnquist  Sweden Nacka (Sweden)

Farm teams[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ottawa Senators 2007–08 Media Guide. Ottawa Senators. 2007. 
  2. ^ a b c d Ottawa Senators staff (2009). Ottawa Senators Media Guide 2009–10. Ottawa Senators. p. 196. Retrieved June 2, 2010. 
  3. ^ Finnigan, p. 215.
  4. ^ a b Garrioch, in Total Hockey.
  5. ^ Ottawa Senators staff (2013). Ottawa Senators 2012–13 Media Guide. p. 216. 
  6. ^ "1992–93 Ottawa Senators Roster and Statistics". Hockey-Reference.com. Retrieved February 29, 2012. 
  7. ^ "1992–93 NHL Season Summary". Hockey-Reference.com. Retrieved February 29, 2012. 
  8. ^ "San Jose Sharks at Ottawa Senators Box Score, January 10, 1993". Hockey-Reference.com. January 10, 1993. Retrieved February 29, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Ottawa Senators at New York Islanders Box Score, April 10, 1993". Hockey-Reference.com. April 10, 1993. Retrieved February 29, 2012. 
  10. ^ "Maybe Rome was built in a day; Senators in stunning 5–3 debut victory over Habs; 10,449 fans went wild and it was magical". The Ottawa Citizen. October 9, 1992. 
  11. ^ Cheadle, Bruce (June 2, 2007). "Ottawa man nostalgically recalls Sens' last cup win". ctv.ca. Retrieved December 27, 2007. 
  12. ^ Dinger, Ralph, ed. (2011). The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book 2012. Dan Diamond & Associates. p. 154. ISBN 9781894801225. 
  13. ^ "1992–1993 Conference Standings". National Hockey League. Retrieved June 29, 2014. 
  14. ^ "1992–93 Ottawa Senators Games". Hockey-reference.com. Retrieved June 17, 2009. 
  15. ^ "1992-93 Ottawa Senators Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com". hockey-reference.com. Retrieved June 17, 2009. 
  16. ^ Pro Sports Transactions Archive

References[edit]

  • Finnigan, Joan (1992). Old Scores, New Goals: The Story of the Ottawa Senators. 
  • Garrioch, Bruce (1998). "Ottawa Senators 1992–93 to Date". Total Hockey. 
  • National Hockey League Guide & Record Book 2007. 

External links[edit]