1994–95 OHL season

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The 1994–95 OHL season was the 15th season of the Ontario Hockey League. Sixteen teams each played 66 games. The Detroit Junior Red Wings won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Guelph Storm. The Newmarket Royals become the Sarnia Sting.

Regular season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

East Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
z-Kingston Frontenacs 66 40 19 7 87 284 224
x-Oshawa Generals 66 40 21 5 85 300 242
x-North Bay Centennials 66 35 27 4 74 272 247
x-Belleville Bulls 66 32 31 3 67 295 287
x-Peterborough Petes 66 26 34 6 58 255 286
Ottawa 67's 66 22 38 6 50 232 276
Central Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
z-Guelph Storm 66 47 14 5 99 330 200
x-Sudbury Wolves 66 43 17 6 92 314 208
x-Owen Sound Platers 66 22 38 6 50 239 299
x-Niagara Falls Thunder 66 18 40 8 44 231 298
x-Kitchener Rangers 66 18 42 6 42 216 296
West Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
y-Detroit Junior Red Wings 66 44 18 4 92 306 223
x-Windsor Spitfires 66 41 22 3 85 303 232
x-Sarnia Sting 66 24 37 5 53 250 292
x-London Knights 66 18 44 4 40 210 309
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 66 17 45 4 38 228 346

Scoring leaders[edit]

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Marc Savard Oshawa Generals 66 43 96 139 78
David Ling Kingston Frontenacs 62 61 74 135 136
Bill Bowler Windsor Spitfires 61 33 102 135 63
Jeff O'Neill Guelph Storm 57 43 81 124 56
Darryl LaFrance Oshawa Generals 57 55 67 122 10
Todd Bertuzzi Guelph Storm 62 54 65 119 58
Dave Roche Windsor Spitfires 66 55 59 114 180
Steve Washburn Ottawa 67's 63 43 63 106 72
Vitali Yachmenev North Bay Centennials 59 53 52 105 8
Lee Jinman North Bay Centennials 63 39 65 104 41

OHL Playoffs[edit]

  Division Quarter-Finals Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Finals
                                     
C1  Guelph bye  
        
  C1  Guelph 4  
    C3  Owen Sound 0  
C3  Owen Sound 4
C4  Niagara Falls 2  
  C1  Guelph 4  
  E4  Belleville 0  
E1  Kingston bye  
        
  E1  Kingston 3
    E4  Belleville 4  
E4  Belleville 4
E3  North Bay 2  
  C1  Guelph 2
  W1  Detroit 4
W2  Windsor 4  
W3  Sarnia 0  
  W2  Windsor 3
    C2  Sudbury 4  
C2  Sudbury 4
C5  Kitchener 0  
  C2  Sudbury 3
  W1  Detroit 4  
W1  Detroit 4  
W4  London 0  
  W1  Detroit 4
    E5  Peterborough 0  
E5  Peterborough 4
E2  Oshawa 3  

OHL awards[edit]

J. Ross Robertson Cup: Detroit Junior Red Wings
Hamilton Spectator Trophy: Guelph Storm
Red Tilson Trophy: David Ling, Kingston Frontenacs
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy: Marc Savard, Oshawa Generals
Matt Leyden Trophy: Craig Hartsburg, Guelph Storm
Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy: David Ling, Kingston Frontenacs
Max Kaminsky Trophy: Bryan Berard, Detroit Junior Red Wings
OHL Goaltender of the Year: Tyler Moss, Kingston Frontenacs
Jack Ferguson Award: Daniel Tkaczuk, Barrie Colts
Dave Pinkney Trophy: Mark McArthur and Andy Adams, Guelph Storm
OHL Executive of the Year: Mike Kelly, Guelph Storm
Emms Family Award: Bryan Berard, Detroit Junior Red Wings
F.W. 'Dinty' Moore Trophy: David MacDonald, Sudbury Wolves
Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy: Brad Brown, North Bay Centennials
William Hanley Trophy: Vitali Yachmenev, North Bay Centennials
Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy: Bill Bowler, Windsor Spitfires
Bobby Smith Trophy: Jamie Wright, Guelph Storm

All-Star teams[edit]

The OHL All-Star Teams were selected by the OHL's General Managers.

First team[edit]

Second team[edit]

Third team[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Preceded by
1993–94 OHL season
OHL seasons Succeeded by
1995–96 OHL season