1994 Philadelphia Wings season

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1994 Philadelphia Wings
Major Indoor Lacrosse League Champions
American Division Champions
League Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Division 1st American
1994 record 6-2
Home record 4-0
Road record 2-2
Goals for 127
Goals against 89
Coach Mike French
Arena Wachovia Spectrum

The 1994 Philadelphia Wings season marked the team's eighth season of operation.

Game log[edit]

Reference:[1]

# Date at/vs. Opponent Score Attendance Record
1 January 23, 1994 vs. New York Saints 20 - 7 13,196 Win
2 February 5, 1994 at Buffalo Bandits 11 - 15 16,284 Loss
3 February 13, 1994 vs. Baltimore Thunder 25 - 9 13,483 Win
4 February 19, 1994 at Baltimore Thunder 20 - 17 9,707 Win
5 February 26, 1994 at New York Saints 4 - 13 9,039 Loss
6 March 11, 1994 vs. Detroit Turbos 15 - 6 16,349 Win
7 March 19, 1994 vs. Buffalo Bandits 16 - 12 17,380 Win
8 March 26, 1994 at Boston Blazers 16 - 10 8,105 Win
9 (p) April 10, 1994 vs. New York Saints 17 - 7 10,794 Win
10 (p) April 16, 1994 at Buffalo Bandits 26 - 15 16,284 Win

(p) - denotes playoff game

Roster[edit]

Reference:[2]

No. Position Player
20 United States Fwd Bates, Chris (Dartmouth)
27 United States Fwd Blatchley, John (Towson)
10 United States Fwd Conley, John (Towson)
3 United States Fwd Deniken, Paul (Washington)
35 Canada Goalie Eliuk, Dallas
11 United States Fwd Finneran, Kevin (Ohio Weslyan)
9 United States Fwd Flynn, Chris (Penn)
8 United States Fwd Gabrielsen, Scott (Vermont)
22 Canada Fwd Gait, Gary (Syracuse)
19 Canada Fwd Gait, Paul (Syracuse)
21 United States Fwd Gold, Mark (UMBC)
44 Canada Fwd Govett, Steve
No. Position Player
42 Canada Fwd Marechek, Tom (Syracuse)
33 United States Fwd Martin, Gary (Penn State)
12 United States Fwd McEvoy, John (Villanova)
99 United States Fwd Miller, Billy (Hobart)
15 United States Fwd Nostrant, John (Washington)
7 United States Fwd O'Grady, Paul
1 United States Goalie Piazza, Andy (North Carolina)
14 United States Fwd Rogers, Jim (Villanova)
18 United States Fwd Shek, Rob (Towson)
6 United States Fwd Voelker, Bryan (Hopkins)
17 United States Goalie Warren, Chuck (Hobart)

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