2014–15 USHL season

The 2014–15 USHL season is the 35th season of the United States Hockey League as an all-junior league. The regular season ran from September 26, 2014 to April 11, 2015.[1] The regular season champion Youngstown Phantoms were awarded the Anderson Cup. The playoff champion Sioux Falls Stampede captured the Clark Cup.

2014–15 USHL Season
LeagueUnited States Hockey League
SportIce hockey
DurationSeptember 26, 2014 – April 11, 2015
Number of games60
Number of teams17
Regular season
Anderson CupYoungstown Phantoms
Clark Cup Champions
ChampionsSioux Falls Stampede

Regular season

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

zYoungstown Phantoms6040146862331661178
xCedar Rapids RoughRiders603921078210162687
xDubuque Fighting Saints6036195772071671327
xMuskegon Lumberjacks6035214741841791107
Bloomington Thunder6029247651731871108
Chicago Steel603027363199209977
Madison Capitols60242511591722121193
Team USA6025323532082091120
Green Bay Gamblers6018348441562131010

Western Conference

ySioux City Musketeers6038175812251701129
xTri-City Storm6037176802021581017
xOmaha Lancers6034179771951761258
xSioux Falls Stampede6032235691911811110
Waterloo Black Hawks602826662191182889
Fargo Force602628658148191933
Des Moines Buccaneers60212613551642041050
Lincoln Stars6018375411502421183
Indiana Ice00000000

Post Season Awards

All-USHL First Team

Pos Name Team Notes
GErik SchierhornMuskegonGoaltender of the Year
DNeal PionkSioux CityDefenseman of the Year
DHayden ShawDubuque
FBrock BoeserWaterlooAll Rookie Team
FKyle ConnorYoungstownPlayer of the Year; Forward of the Year
FAdam JohnsonSioux City

All-USHL Second Team

Pos Name Team
GAlec DillonTri-City
DBobby NardellaTri-City
DChristian WolaninMuskegon
FMaxim LetunovYoungstown
FSeamus MaloneDubuque
FChris WilkieTri-City

All-USHL Third Team

Pos Name Team
GCale MorrisWaterloo
DCorey SchuenemanMuskegon
DJimmy SchuldtOmaha
FKieffer BellowsSioux Falls
FMason BerghChicago
FJakob Forsbacka KarlssonOmaha
FAuston MatthewsTeam USA

All Rookie First Team

Pos Name Team
GAlec DillonTri-City
DDennis GilbertChicago
DRyan ZuhlsdorfSioux City
FKieffer BellowsSioux Falls
FBrock BoeserWaterloo
FErik FoleyCedar Rapids

All Rookie Second Team

Pos Name Team
GBen BlackerCedar Rapids
DChad KrysTeam USA
DMitch ReinkeCedar Rapids
DVili SaarijarviGreen Bay
FRobert CarpenterSioux City
FTanner LaczynskiChicago
FTom NovakWaterloo

Clark Cup Playoffs

Conference Semi-Finals
(Best of 5)
Conference Finals
(Best of 5)
Clark Cup Championship
(Best of 5)
1 Youngstown 1
4 Muskegon 3
4 Muskegon 3
Eastern Conference
3 Dubuque 2
3 Dubuque 3
2 Cedar Rapids 0
E4 Muskegon 0
W4 Sioux Falls 3
2 Tri-City 3
3 Omaha 0
2 Tri-City 1
Western Conference
4 Sioux Falls 3
4 Sioux Falls 3
1 Sioux City 2


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