2013–14 USHL season

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2013-14 USHL Season
League United States Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 20, 2013 – April 5, 2014
Number of games 64
Number of teams 16
Anderson Cup Champions
Season champions Waterloo Black Hawks
Clark Cup Champions
Champions Indiana Ice
USHL seasons

The 2013–14 USHL season is the 34th season of the United States Hockey League as an all-junior league. The regular season ran from September 20, 2013 to April 5, 2014.[1] The regular season champion Waterloo Black Hawks were awarded the Anderson Cup. The playoff champion Indiana Ice captured the Clark Cup.

Regular season[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime Losses; PTS = Points; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PIM = Penalties in Minutes
x = clinched playoff berth; y = clinched conference title; z = clinched regular season title

Eastern Conference[edit]

Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM
y-Indiana Ice 60 42 11 7 91 233 141 856
x-Cedar Rapids RoughRiders 60 35 21 4 74 195 183 754
x-Dubuque Fighting Saints 60 33 23 4 70 201 186 957
x-Green Bay Gamblers 60 30 24 6 66 183 176 997
Muskegon Lumberjacks 60 30 25 5 65 190 212 1024
Team USA 60 30 25 5 65 246 233 1055
Chicago Steel 60 29 27 4 62 179 195 1025
Youngstown Phantoms 60 17 37 6 40 172 230 1212

Western Conference[edit]

Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM
z-Waterloo Black Hawks 60 44 11 5 93 240 153 687
x-Omaha Lancers 60 39 14 7 85 213 141 1016
x-Sioux City Musketeers 60 38 19 3 79 202 157 1169
x-Sioux Falls Stampede 60 34 19 7 75 197 175 1132
Lincoln Stars 60 24 28 8 56 175 219 1474
Des Moines Buccaneers 60 20 32 8 48 154 208 1326
Tri-City Storm 60 21 35 4 46 153 217 1062
Fargo Force 60 14 39 7 35 122 229 1275

Post Season Awards[edit]

All-USHL First Team[edit]

Pos Name Team Notes
G Hayden Hawkey Omaha Goaltender of the Year; All Rookie Team
D Brandon Montour Waterloo Player of the Year; Defenseman of the Year
D Tucker Poolman Omaha
F Kyle Connor Youngstown
F Scott Conway Indiana
F Matt Iacopelli Muskegon
F Jake Randolph Omaha Forward of the Year

All-USHL Second Team[edit]

Pos Name Team
G Cal Peterson Waterloo
D Mark Friedman Waterloo
D Alexx Privitera Dubuque
F Jack Eichel Team USA
F Peter Krieger Waterloo
F Tyler Vesel Omaha

All Rookie Team[edit]

Pos Name Team
G Hayden Hawkey Omaha
D Charlie Curti Cedar Rapids
D Hayden Shaw Waterloo
D Tim Shoup Indiana
F Robby Jackson Chicago
F Tyler Sheehy Waterloo
F Denis Smirnov Indiana

Clark Cup Playoffs[edit]

Conference Semi-Finals
(Best of 5)
Conference Finals
(Best of 5)
Clark Cup Championship
(Best of 5)
                 
1 Indiana 3
4 Green Bay 1
1 Indiana 3
Eastern Conference
3 Dubuque 0
3 Dubuque 3
2 Cedar Rapids 1
E1 Indiana 3
W1 Waterloo 2
2 Omaha 1
3 Sioux City 3
1 Waterloo 3
Western Conference
3 Sioux City 1
4 Sioux Falls 0
1 Waterloo 3

Goaltender Jason Pawloski of the Indiana Ice was named Clark Cup Playoffs MVP.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "USHL Standings". Ushl2011.stats.pointstreak.com. Retrieved 2014-01-25. 

External links[edit]

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