1993–94 WHL season

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The 1993–94 WHL season was the 28th season for the Western Hockey League. Sixteen teams completed a 72 game season. The Kamloops Blazers won the President's Cup, before going on to win the Memorial Cup.

Regular season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

East Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
x Saskatoon Blades 72 49 22 1 99 326 229
x Brandon Wheat Kings 72 42 25 5 89 291 251
x Lethbridge Hurricanes 72 35 32 5 75 306 317
x Swift Current Broncos 72 35 33 4 74 284 258
x Medicine Hat Tigers 72 33 33 6 72 263 264
x Red Deer Rebels 72 35 36 1 71 310 334
x Regina Pats 72 34 36 2 70 308 341
Prince Albert Raiders 72 31 37 4 66 326 321
Moose Jaw Warriors 72 21 48 3 45 269 361
West Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
x Kamloops Blazers 72 50 16 6 106 381 225
x Portland Winter Hawks 72 49 22 1 99 392 260
x Tacoma Rockets 72 33 34 5 71 303 301
x Seattle Thunderbirds 72 32 37 3 67 283 312
x Spokane Chiefs 72 31 37 4 66 324 320
x Tri-City Americans 72 19 48 5 43 272 373
Victoria Cougars 72 18 51 3 39 222 393

Scoring leaders[edit]

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Lonny Bohonos Portland Winter Hawks 70 62 90 152 80
Darcy Tucker Kamloops Blazers 66 52 88 140 143
Domenic Pittis Lethbridge Hurricanes 72 58 69 127 93
Ryan Duthie Spokane Chiefs 71 57 69 126 111
Allan Egeland Tacoma Rockets 70 47 76 123 204
John Varga Tacoma Rockets 65 60 62 122 122
Stacy Roest Medicine Hat Tigers 72 48 72 120 48
Craig Reicher Red Deer Rebels 72 52 67 119 153
Jeff Friesen Regina Pats 66 51 67 118 48
Maxim Bets Spokane Chiefs 63 46 70 116 111

1994 WHL Playoffs[edit]

First round[edit]

  • Saskatoon earned a bye
  • Brandon defeated Regina 3 games to 1
  • Lethbridge defeated Red Deer 3 games to 1
  • Swift Current defeated Medicine Hat 3 games to 0
  • Kamloops earned a bye
  • Portland earned a bye
  • Tacoma defeated Tri-City 3 games to 1
  • Seattle defeated Spokane 3 games to 0

Division semi-finals[edit]

  • Saskatoon defeated Swift Current 4 games to 0
  • Brandon defeated Lethbridge 4 games to 1
  • Kamloops defeated Seattle 4 games to 2
  • Portland defeated Tacoma 4 games to 0

Division finals[edit]

  • Saskatoon defeated Brandon 4 games to 1
  • Kamloops defeated Portland 4 games to 2

WHL Championship[edit]

  • Kamloops defeated Saskatoon 4 games to 3

All-Star game[edit]

On February 1, a combined WHL/OHL All-Star team defeated the QMJHL All-Stars 9–7 at Moncton, New Brunswick before a crowd of 6,380.

WHL awards[edit]

Most Valuable Player - Four Broncos Memorial Trophy: Sonny Mignacca, Medicine Hat Tigers
Scholastic Player of the Year - Daryl K. (Doc) Seaman Trophy: Byron Penstock, Brandon Wheat Kings
Top Scorer - Bob Clarke Trophy: Lonny Bohonos, Portland Winter Hawks
Most Sportsmanlike Player - Brad Hornung Trophy: Lonny Bohonos, Portland Winter Hawks
Top Defenseman - Bill Hunter Trophy: Brendan Witt, Seattle Thunderbirds
Rookie of the Year - Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy: Wade Redden, Brandon Wheat Kings
Top Goaltender - Del Wilson Trophy: Norm Maracle, Saskatoon Blades
Coach of the Year - Dunc McCallum Memorial Trophy: Lorne Molleken, Saskatoon Blades
Executive of the Year - Lloyd Saunders Memorial Trophy: Bob Brown, Kamloops Blazers
Regular season Champions - Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy: Kamloops Blazers
Marketing/Public Relations Award - St. Clair Group Trophy: Mark Miller, Portland Winter Hawks
Humanitarian of the Year - Jason Widmer, Lethbridge Hurricanes
WHL Plus-Minus Award: Mark Wotton, Saskatoon Blades
Playoff Most Valuable Player - airBC Trophy: Steve Passmore, Kamloops Blazers

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Preceded by
1992–93 WHL season
WHL seasons Succeeded by
1994–95 WHL season