1993–94 Philadelphia Flyers season

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1993–94 Philadelphia Flyers
Division 6th Atlantic
Conference 10th Eastern
1993–94 record 35–39–10
Home record 19–20–3
Road record 16–19–7
Goals for 294
Goals against 314
Team information
General Manager Russ Farwell
Coach Terry Simpson
Captain Kevin Dineen
Alternate captains Dave Brown
Garry Galley
Eric Lindros
Arena Spectrum
Average attendance 17,231[1]
Team leaders
Goals Eric Lindros (44)
Assists Mark Recchi (67)
Points Mark Recchi (107)
Penalties in minutes Dave Brown (137)
Plus/minus Jeff Finley (+16)
Eric Lindros (+16)
Wins Dominic Roussel (29)
Goals against average Dominic Roussel (3.34)

The 1993–94 Philadelphia Flyers season was the Flyers' 27th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). For the fifth consecutive season, the Flyers failed to make the playoffs. This was the most recent season as of 2017 that the Flyers missed the playoffs in consecutive years.

Off-season[edit]

Jay Snider stepped down as President, forcing his father Ed Snider to take over day-to-day operations. Mike Eaves was hired to replace Ken Hitchcock, who left to become the head coach of the Kalamazoo Wings of the IHL, as an assistant coach under new head coach Terry Simpson. Simpson named Kevin Dineen captain, and made Eric Lindros an alternate captain to groom him for a leadership role.[2]

Regular season[edit]

This season began on a brighter note, as the club raced out to an 11–3–0 record. A loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens on November 6 signaled a sharp downturn, however. Lindros went down with his second knee injury in as many years and soon after, the Penguins routed the Flyers 11–5 in Pittsburgh.

Other lowlights on the slide included a 6–0 loss in Calgary, and an 8–0 defeat in the club's first-ever road game against the Dallas Stars in early January. Lindros netted an impressive hat trick in an 8–3 win over the Blues later in the month, but an 0–6–1 slide placed the team out of playoff contention.

Despite Simpson's efforts to employ a defensive system akin to the yet-to-be unleashed neutral zone trap, the team continued to crack with Dominic Roussel and Tommy Soderstrom in net. Soderstrom struggled with heart ailments and bad luck all season, winning just six games. After climbing within three points of eighth-seeded Washington in late March, the Flyers finished the year 2–5–3 and rested in sixth place in the Atlantic Division, three points behind the expansion Florida Panthers.

Mark Recchi recorded 107 points (40 goals, 67 assists) and Lindros 97 (44 goals, 53 assists). Rod Brind'Amour improved with another 97 (35 goals, 62 assists) and Mikael Renberg set a Flyers rookie record with 82 points. Philadelphia had the best shooting percentage of all 26 teams, scoring 294 goals on only 2,409 shots (12.2%).[3] Offense was generated as the Flyers had four 30-goal scorers for the second-straight season[4] and averaged 3.5 goals per game, but they still failed to clinch a playoff berth, again falling four points short of the final playoff spot.

After the season, the elder Snider had decided he had seen enough of Russ Farwell as GM, and began courting Bob Clarke to leave his GM post with the Florida Panthers to return to Philadelphia. Farwell's last move as GM was firing Simpson after a lackluster season.[5]

Season standings[edit]

Atlantic Division
No. CR GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 1 z-New York Rangers 84 52 24 8 299 231 112
2 3 New Jersey Devils 84 47 25 12 306 220 106
3 7 Washington Capitals 84 39 35 10 277 263 88
4 8 New York Islanders 84 36 36 12 282 264 84
5 9 Florida Panthers 84 33 34 17 233 233 83
6 10 Philadelphia Flyers 84 35 39 10 294 314 80
7 12 Tampa Bay Lightning 84 30 43 11 224 251 71

[6] Note: No. = Division rank, CR = Conference rank, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
       Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Schedule and results[edit]

Regular season[edit]

1993–94 regular season

Legend:   Win (2 points)   Loss (0 points)   Tie (1 point)

Player statistics[edit]

Skaters[edit]

  • Position abbreviations: C = Center; D = Defense; G = Goaltender; LW = Left Wing; RW = Right Wing
  • dagger = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  • double-dagger = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season
No. Player Age Pos GP G A Pts +/- PIM
8 Recchi, MarkMark Recchi 25 RW 84 40 67 107 −2 46
88 Lindros, EricEric Lindros 20 C 65 44 53 97 16 103
17 Brind'Amour, RodRod Brind'Amour 23 C 84 35 62 97 −9 85
19 Renberg, MikaelMikael Renberg 21 RW 83 38 44 82 8 36
3 Galley, GarryGarry Galley 30 D 81 10 60 70 −11 91
29 Racine, YvesYves Racine 24 D 67 9 43 52 −11 48
42 Beranek, JosefJosef Beranek 24 LW 80 28 21 49 −2 85
11 Dineen, KevinKevin Dineen 30 RW 71 19 23 42 −9 113
18 Fedyk, BrentBrent Fedyk 26 RW 72 20 18 38 −14 74
2 Yushkevich, DmitriDmitri Yushkevich 22 D 75 5 25 30 −8 86
22 Butsayev, VyacheslavVyacheslav Butsayevdouble-dagger 23 C 47 12 9 21 2 58
9 Eklund, PellePelle Eklunddouble-dagger 30 LW 48 1 16 17 −1 8
14 Tippett, DaveDave Tippett 32 C 73 4 11 15 −20 38
20 Hawgood, GregGreg Hawgooddouble-dagger 25 D 19 3 12 15 2 19
36 Faust, AndreAndre Faust 24 LW 37 8 5 13 −1 10
25 Finley, JeffJeff Finley 26 D 55 1 8 9 16 24
20 DiMaio, RobRob DiMaiodagger 25 LW 14 3 5 8 1 6
15 Conroy, AlAl Conroy 28 LW 62 4 3 7 −12 65
22 Lamb, MarkMark Lambdagger 29 C 19 1 6 7 −3 16
28 Bowen, JasonJason Bowen 20 D 56 1 5 6 12 87
21 Brown, DaveDave Brown 31 RW 71 1 4 5 −12 137
23 Malgunas, StewartStewart Malgunas 23 D 67 1 3 4 2 86
27 McGill, RyanRyan McGill 24 D 50 1 3 4 −5 112
24 Wilkie, BobBob Wilkie 24 D 10 1 3 4 −2 8
26 Zettler, RobRob Zettlerdagger 25 D 33 0 4 4 −19 69
12 Cummins, JimJim Cumminsdouble-dagger 23 RW 22 1 2 3 0 71
10 Boivin, ClaudeClaude Boivindouble-dagger 23 C 26 1 1 2 −11 57
41 Holan, MilosMilos Holan 22 D 8 1 1 2 −4 4
32 Winnes, ChrisChris Winnes 25 RW 4 0 2 2 1 0
10 Hlushko, ToddTodd Hlushkodagger 23 LW 2 1 0 1 1 0
33 Roussel, DominicDominic Roussel 23 G 60 0 1 1 N/A 4
5 Ramage, RobRob Ramagedagger 35 D 15 0 1 1 −11 14
35 Soderstrom, TommyTommy Soderstrom 24 G 34 0 0 0 N/A 0
30 Chabot, FredericFrederic Chabotdagger 25 G 4 0 0 0 N/A 0
6 Kordic, DanDan Kordic 22 D 4 0 0 0 0 5
43 Vilgrain, ClaudeClaude Vilgrain 30 RW 2 0 0 0 −1 0
40 Brimanis, ArisAris Brimanis 21 D 1 0 0 0 −1 0

Goaltenders[edit]

  • dagger = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  • double-dagger = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season
No. Player Age GP W L T SO GA SV% GAA MIN
33 Roussel, DominicDominic Roussel 23 60 29 20 5 1 183 .896 3.34 3285
30 Soderstrom, TommyTommy Soderstrom 24 34 6 18 4 2 116 .864 4.01 1736
35 Chabot, FredericFrederic Chabotdagger 25 4 0 1 1 0 5 .875 4.29 70

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

League awards and honors
Award or honor Recipient Notes Ref
NHL All-Rookie Team Mikael Renberg (Forward) [7]
Selected to NHL All-Star Game Garry Galley [8][9]
Eric Lindros Voted starting Center
Mark Recchi
Team awards
Award Recipient
Barry Ashbee Trophy Garry Galley
Bobby Clarke Trophy Eric Lindros
Class Guy Award Garry Galley
Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy Mikael Renberg

Records[edit]

Individual[edit]

Franchise player records set during the 1993–94 season
Record Type Total Player Date(s) Opponent Ref
Goals scored Game 4[a] Kevin Dineen 10/31/1993 Chicago Blackhawks [10]
Goals scored Period 3[b] Eric Lindros 1/19/1994 St. Louis Blues [11]
Mikael Renberg 2/15/1994 San Jose Sharks
Assists by a defenseman Season 60 Garry Galley [12]
Points by a rookie Season 82 Mikael Renberg [10]
Games played Season 84[c] Rod Brind'Amour [13]
Mark Recchi

Transactions[edit]

The Flyers were involved in the following transactions from June 10, 1993, the day after the deciding game of the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals, through June 14, 1994, the day of the deciding game of the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals.[14]

Trades[edit]

Date Details Ref
June 11, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Philadelphia's 3rd-round pick in 1993
Philadelphia's 5th-round pick in 1994
To Winnipeg Jets
Stephane Beauregard
[15]
June 20, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Jim Cummins
Philadelphia's 4th-round pick in 1993
To Detroit Red Wings
rights to Greg Johnson
5th-round pick in 1994
[16]
August 5, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
future considerations
To San Jose Sharks
Shawn Cronin
[17]
September 9, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Stewart Malgunas
To Detroit Red Wings
5th-round pick in 1995
[18]
October 5, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Yves Racine
4th-round pick in 1994
To Detroit Red Wings
Terry Carkner
[19]
November 28, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Rob Ramage
To Montreal Canadiens
future considerations
[20]
November 30, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
future considerations
To Florida Panthers
Greg Hawgood
[21]
February 1, 1994 To Philadelphia Flyers
Rob Zettler
To San Jose Sharks
Vyacheslav Butsayev
[22]
February 21, 1994 To Philadelphia Flyers
Frederic Chabot
To Montreal Canadiens
future considerations
[23]
March 5, 1994 To Philadelphia Flyers
Mark Lamb
To Ottawa Senators
Claude Boivin
rights to Kirk Daubenspeck
[24]
March 18, 1994 To Philadelphia Flyers
Rob DiMaio
To Tampa Bay Lightning
Jim Cummins
4th-round pick in 1995
[25]
March 21, 1994 To Philadelphia Flyers
8th-round pick in 1994
To Dallas Stars
Pelle Eklund
[26]

Signings[edit]

Free agency[edit]

The following players were signed by the Flyers via free agency.

Date Player Previous team (league) Contract details Ref
August 2, 1993 Jeff Finley New York Islanders [27]
August 2, 1993 Dave Tippett Pittsburgh Penguins [27]
August 3, 1993 Claude Vilgrain New Jersey Devils [28]
August 4, 1993 Tracy Egeland Chicago Blackhawks [29]
August 4, 1993 Norm Foster Edmonton Oilers [29]
August 4, 1993 Chris Winnes Boston Bruins [29]
March 6, 1994 Todd Hlushko Canadian National Team [30]

Re-signed[edit]

The following players were re-signed by the Flyers.

Date Player Contract details Notes Ref
July 14, 1993 Terry Carkner 3 years, $1.8 million [19][31]
September 7, 1993 Mark Recchi 6 years, $18 million [32]
September 13, 1993 Andre Faust 2 years [33]
September 13, 1993 Stewart Malgunas 2 years Acquired in September 9 trade [33]
September 13, 1993 Ryan McGill 2 years [33]
September 23, 1993 Tommy Soderstrom 4 years [34]
November 19, 1993 Yves Racine 4 years [35]

Draft picks[edit]

The Flyers signed the following of their draft picks.

Date Player Previous team (league) Draft Contract details Ref
September 13, 1993 Milos Holan HC Vitkovice (Czech) 1993 3rd-round pick 3 years [33]
October 30, 1993 Vaclav Prospal HC České Budějovice (Czech) 1993 3rd-round pick 5 years [36]
March 15, 1994 Chris Therien Canadian National Team 1990 3rd-round pick 4 years [37]
April 6, 1994 Neil Little RPI Engineers (ECAC) 1991 11th-round pick 2 years [38]
May 11, 1994 Chris Herperger Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL) 1992 10th-round pick [39]
May 11, 1994 Aaron Israel Harvard Crimson (ECAC) 1993 7th-round pick [39]

NHL Expansion Draft[edit]

The 1993 NHL Expansion Draft was held on June 24, 1993.[40][41] It featured two expansion teams, the Florida Panthers and Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, selecting players from the other 24 NHL teams.[40] Each NHL team was allowed to protect 1 goaltender, 5 defensemen, and 9 forwards and all first-year players were exempt.[40] The two selecting teams were provided a list of players they could select.[40]

The Flyers protected the following players:[40] goaltender Dominic Roussel, defensemen Terry Carkner, Garry Galley, Greg Hawgood, Dan Kordic, and Ryan McGill, and forwards Josef Beranek, Claude Boivin, Rod Brind'Amour, Dave Brown, Jim Cummins, Kevin Dineen, Pelle Eklund, Brent Fedyk, and Mark Recchi.

The Flyers made the following players available:[40] goaltender Yanick Degrace, defensemen Bill Armstrong, Shawn Cronin, Corey Foster, Willie Huber, Gord Hynes, Steve Morrow, Ric Nattress, Lance Pitlick, Toni Porkka, and Bob Wilkie, and forwards Keith Acton, Len Barrie, Al Conroy, Jamie Cooke, Eric Dandenault, Daniel Dore, Andrei Lomakin, Glenn Mulvenna, Pat Murray, Dave Snuggerud, and Wes Walz.

Players selected from the Philadelphia Flyers at the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft[40][42]
Pick Player Selected by
21 Gord Hynes Florida Panthers
40 Andrei Lomakin Florida Panthers

NHL Waiver Draft[edit]

The 1993 NHL Waiver Draft was held on October 3, 1993.[43] Each NHL team placed 18 skaters and 2 goaltenders on a protected list from which the other teams could not select.[43] First-year professional players were exempt.[43] The Flyers were not involved in any selections during the draft.[43]

Departures[edit]

The following players left the team via free agency, release, or retirement. Players who were under contract and left the team during the season are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player New team (league) Via Notes Ref
July 1993 Chris Jensen Washington Capitals Free agency [44]
July 20, 1993 Len Barrie Florida Panthers Free agency [45]
July 27, 1993 Keith Acton Washington Capitals Free agency [46]
August 3, 1993 Wes Walz Calgary Flames Buyout Signed with Calgary on August 26 [28][47]
N/A David Fenyves Retirement [48]
September 1993 Dave Snuggerud Retirement [49]
October 8, 1993 Ric Nattress* Retirement [50]

Draft picks[edit]

NHL Entry Draft[edit]

Philadelphia's picks at the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, which was held at the Colisée de Québec in Quebec City on June 26–27, 1993.[51] The Flyers traded their first-round picks in 1993, 10th overall, and 1994 along with Steve Duchesne, Ron Hextall, Kerry Huffman, Mike Ricci, Chris Simon, the rights to Peter Forsberg, and $15 million to the Quebec Nordiques for the rights to Eric Lindros on June 30, 1992.[52] They also traded their third-round pick, 62nd overall, to the Pittsburgh Penguins along with Kjell Samuelsson, Rick Tocchet, and Ken Wregget for the Los Angeles Kings' first-round pick, 15th overall, Brian Benning, and Mark Recchi on February 19, 1992.[52]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1993 and their NHL career regular season statistics
Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) GP G A Pts PIM W L T GAA Notes
2 36 Niinimaa, JanneJanne Niinimaa Defense  Finland Kärpät (SM-liiga) 741 54 265 319 733 &
&
&
&
3 71 Prospal, VaclavVaclav Prospal Left Wing  Czech Republic HC České Budějovice (CZE) 1108 255 510 765 581 &
&
&
&
[d]
3 77 Holan, MilosMilos Holan Defense  Czech Republic HC Vitkovice (CZE) 49 5 11 16 42 &
&
&
&
[e]
5 114 Kretchin, VladimirVladimir Kretchin Left Wing  Russia Traktor Chelyabinsk (RUS) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
6 140 Crowley, MikeMike Crowley Defense  United States Bloomington Jefferson High School (Minn.) 67 5 15 20 44 &
&
&
&
7 166 Israel, AaronAaron Israel Goaltender  United States Harvard Crimson (ECAC) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
8 192 Healey, PaulPaul Healey Wing  Canada Prince Albert Raiders (WHL) 77 6 14 20 44 &
&
&
&
9 218 Tracy, TrippTripp Tracy Goaltender  United States Harvard Crimson (ECAC) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
9 226 Bradley, E.J.E.J. Bradley Center  United States Tabor Academy (Massachusetts) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
[f]
10 244 Staples, JeffJeff Staples Defense  Canada Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
11 270 Hemenway, KenKen Hemenway Defense  United States Alaska All-Stars (AAAAHA) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&

NHL Supplemental Draft[edit]

Philadelphia's picks at the 1993 NHL Supplemental Draft.[53]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1993 Supplemental Draft and their NHL career regular season statistics
Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) GP G A Pts PIM W L T GAA
1 10 Shannon Finn Defense  Canada UIC Flames (CCHA)

Farm teams[edit]

The Flyers were affiliated with the Hershey Bears of the AHL[54][55] and the Johnstown Chiefs of the ECHL.[56]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tied fifteen times by eight different players. See List of Philadelphia Flyers records.
  2. ^ Tied eight times by seven different players. See List of Philadelphia Flyers records.
  3. ^ Tied mark set during the 1992–93 season by Recchi.
  4. ^ The Flyers traded the rights to Mike Bullard to the Toronto Maple Leafs for the Maple Leafs' third-round pick, 71st overall, on June 29, 1991.[52]
  5. ^ The Flyers traded Brian Dobbin, Gord Murphy, their 1992 third-round pick and their fourth-round pick, 88th overall, to the Boston Bruins for Garry Galley, Wes Walz and the Bruins' third-round pick, 77th overall, on January 2, 1992.[52]
  6. ^ The Flyers traded Greg Paslawski to the Calgary Flames for the Flames' ninth-round pick, 226th overall, on March 18, 1993.[52]

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