1993–94 CHL season

The 1993–94 CHL season was the second season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

1993–94 CHL season
LeagueCentral Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Regular season
Adams’ CupWichita Thunder
Season MVPRobert Desjardins (Wichita)
Top scorerPaul Jackson (Wichita)
ChampionsWichita Thunder
  Runners-upTulsa Oilers

Regular season

League standings

Central Hockey League GP W L T GF GA Pts
y-Wichita Thunder644018630927586
x-Tulsa Oilers643624434728176
x-Oklahoma City Blazers643523626024676
x-Dallas Freeze643125830430970
e-Memphis RiverKings642534524329455
e-Fort Worth Fire642537225331152

Note: y - clinched league title; x - clinched playoff spot; e - eliminated from playoff contention


Playoff bracket

Ray Miron Cup First Round Ray Miron Cup Finals
1 Wichita Thunder 4
4 Dallas Freeze 3
1 Wichita Thunder 4
2 Tulsa Oilers 0
2 Tulsa Oilers 4
3 Oklahoma City Blazers 3

CHL awards

Ray Miron Cup:Wichita Thunder
Adams Cup:Wichita Thunder
Coach of the Year:Doug Shedden (Wichita)
Most Valuable Player:Robert Desjardins (Wichita)
Playoff Most Valuable Player:Ron Handy (Wichita)
Most Outstanding Goaltender:Alan Perry (Oklahoma City)[1]
Most Outstanding DefensemanGuy Girouard (Oklahoma City)
Rookie of the YearChad Seibel (Memphis)
Scoring ChampionPaul Jackson (Wichita)

Player statistics

Scoring leaders

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Paul JacksonWichita Thunder597164135215
Doug LawrenceTulsa Oilers632593118199
Luc BeausoleilTulsa Oilers606450114110
Ron HandyWichita Thunder57298010998
Carl BoudreauOklahoma City Blazers64406710793
Bob BergWichita Thunder644358101141
Troy BinnieDallas Freeze5654429696
Brent SapergiaWichita Thunder46553388297
Frank LaScalaDallas Freeze64454186116
Craig CoxeTulsa Oilers64265783236
Bobby WallworkMemphis RiverKings6443408383


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