1994–95 Detroit Red Wings season

1994–95 Detroit Red Wings Season

1994–95 Detroit Red Wings season

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The 1994–95 Detroit Red Wings season was the Red Wings' 72nd season. The Red Wings started the 1994–95 season strong, and finished it strong, going 33–11–4 for 70 points in 48 games. Having the league's best regular-season record, they were awarded the Presidents' Trophy. They tied the Chicago Blackhawks for most power play goals with 52 and had the second-best power-play in the league (24.64%). Veteran forward Ray Sheppard scored 30 goals on just 125 shots.

The Red Wings dominated the first three rounds of the 1995 NHL Playoffs, going 12–2 and outscoring their opponents 54–28 during that span. On Sunday June 11, the Red Wings advanced to the Stanley Cup Final, their first Finals appearance since 1966 with a 2–1 double-overtime victory against the Chicago Blackhawks in game five of the 1995 Western Conference Final. Forward Vyacheslav Kozlov scored the game-winner at 2:25 of the second overtime period.

The Red Wings were stunned in the 1995 Stanley Cup Final in four-game sweep at the hands of the underdog New Jersey Devils, whose neutral-zone trap system held Detroit to just seven goals in the series.

Offseason

NHL Draft



Regular season

Season standings



Game log



Playoffs







Stanley Cup Final





Player stats

Regular season

Scoring
Goaltending


Playoffs

Scoring
Goaltending


<small>Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A =...
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