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1994-95 Fantasy Hockey League Commemorative Yearbook
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Here is the second commemorative yearbook for you to treasure as our 1994-95
season ends. Congratulations to Sam and his disgustingly over-talented Calgary
Flames for taking the prized La Coupe Duteau Cup. Thanks to everyone for
participating and I hope many of you will want to return in September to watch
me win. Special thanks to the people who did a lot of the work: Jean, Paul,
Daniel, Sonny and anyone else who feels they deserve it. Anyone who feels the
need to trade may now do so, however, the FHL basically goes into hibernation
until early September. As always, I ask people to keep me informed of their
long range plans with respect to the league. At some point soon, I'll be
mailing you our rules for next year, when I get time to work out how to
incorporate the new special auction rules in a reasonable way. That aside, you
probably won't be hearing much, if anything, from me. Have a good summer.

Team Awards
Playoffs:
1994-95 FHL Champions (La Coupe Duteau Cup) - Samuel Lau (CGY) 
1994-95 Eastern Conference Champions (Lord Luddington Cup) - Wil Yip (OTT)
1994-95 Western Conference Champions (Earl of Grivnow Cup) - Samuel Lau (CGY)

Regular Season:
1994-95 FHL Commissioner's Trophy - Jean Duteau (MTL) 
1994-95 Atlantic Division Winners - Paul Myers (N.J)
1994-95 Northeast Division Winners - Jean Duteau (MTL)
1994-95 Central Division Winners - Daniel Robitaille (DET)
1994-95 Pacific Division Winners - Andrew Weaver (VAN)

Records
Most Points (One Season)      Jean Duteau (MTL) 110 1994-95
Least Points (One Season)     Paul Branchaud (PIT) 15 1993-94
Most Goals (One Season)       Stephen Grivnow (VAN) 320 1993-94
Least Goals (One Season)      Nate McConnell (DAL) 66 1994-95
Most Assists (One Season)     Samuel Lau (CGY) 529 1993-94
Least Assists (One Season)    Nate McConnell (DAL) 113 1994-95
Most PIM (One Season)         Nate McConnell (DAL) 2378 1993-94
Least PIM (One Season)        Kevin Jaeggin (STL) 388 1994-95
Most DStat (One season)       Andrew Weaver (VAN) 288.23 1994-95
Least DStat (One season)      Kim Lacroix (NYR) 163.77 1994-95 
Most GStat (One Season)       Nate McConnell (DAL) 351 1993-94
Least GStat (One Season)      David Wong (QUE) 11.25 1994-95

Lifetime Coaching Records 
Name (Team)           Seasons Pts/Max.   Pct      Highs: Div/Conf/Leag/Poffs
Samuel Lau (CGY)         2   185/234    .791      (2/2/2/W)
Jean Duteau (MTL)        2   183/234    .782      (1/1/1/3)
Adam Ardis (EDM)         2   146/234    .624      (4/4/6/2)
Bryce Levine (FLA)       2   144/234    .615      (2/3/5/2)
Clint Theede (T.B)       2   135/234    .577      (2/3/7/2)
Daniel Robitaille (DET)  2   134/234    .573      (1/7/7/2) 
Jon Barrett (L.A)        2   133/234    .568      (5/6/10/1)
Sonny Hays-Eberts (NYI)  2   124/234    .530      (2/4/8/1)
David Wong (QUE)         2   120/234    .513      (3/6/11/2)
Nate McConnell (DAL)     2   117/234    .500      (1/2/15/2)
Wil Yip (OTT)            2   108/234    .462      (3/5/10/F)
Mark Benvenga (CHI)      2   104/234    .444      (2/7/13/1)
Dennis Chipman (ANA)     2    97/234    .415      (6/7/13/1)
Andrew Sundelin (BOS)    2    97/234    .415      (5/10/18/-)
Tony Goudie (WPG)        2    87/234    .372      (4/9/20/-)
David Orchard (TOR)      2    84/234    .359      (3/9/18/-)
Paul Branchaud (PIT)     2    73/234    .312      (5/9/17/-)

Stephen Grivnow (VAN)    1    88/104    .846      (1/1/1/W)
Andrew Weaver (VAN)      1   105/130    .808      (1/1/2/3)
Shawn Luddington (WSH)   1    78/104    .750      (1/1/3/F)
Claire Campbell (S.J)    1    97/130    .746      (3/3/4/1)
Paul Myers (N.J)         1    94/130    .723      (1/2/5/3)
Rolland Crunk (S.J)      1    65/104    .625      (3/4/6/1)
Ryan Thieme (HFD)        1    80/130    .615      (2/4/9/1)
Chad Jackrel (BUF)       1    58/104    .558      (3/6/9/2)
Jeff Antebi (NYR)        1    57/104    .548      (4/7/12/1)
Rick St Pierre (N.J)     1    51/104    .490      (6/9/17/-)
Jason Feffer (HFD)       1    48/104    .462      (4/10/19/-)
David Heer (WSH)         1    52/130    .400      (5/11/19/-)
Craig Tuck (STL)         1    38/104    .365      (5/11/22/-)
Willie Williams(BUF)     1    46/130    .354      (7/13/21/-)
James Borkowski (PHI)    1    46/130    .354      (6/12/20/-)         

Mark Brockington (PHI)   1    33/104    .317      (6/12/24/-)
Kim Lacroix (NYR)        1    37/130    .285      (6/14/24/-)
Kevin Jaeggin (STL)      1    31/130    .238      (6/12/26/-)

1994-95 All-Star Game for The Hays-Ebert Trophy 
Game won by East (tied 1-1)

Individual/Player Awards:
Most Valuable Player (Highest rating)
Eric Lindros (T.B)

Obligatory Wayne Gretzky Gentleness Award (Highest rating <20 PIM)
Ron Francis (CGY)

Best Goon (Highest rating >180 PIM)
Enrico Ciccone (WSH)

Best Defenseman (Highest rating)
Paul Coffey (EDM)

Best Goaltender (Highest rating)
Dominik Hasek (MTL)

Rookie of the Year (Highest rating in first FHL season)
Trevor Kidd (OTT)

Bang for the Buck Award (Highest rating for $1 player)
Scott Thornton (S.J)

Domino's Pizza Something for Nothing Award (Highest rating for $0 player)
Todd Krygier (CHI) 

Coach of the Year (Selected by Commissioner) 
Paul Myers (N.J)

Playoff MVP (Selected by Commissioner)
Mike Vernon (CGY)


1994-1995 FHL All-Star Teams

1st Team: Eric Lindros (T.B) Jaromir Jagr (FLA) Ron Francis (CGY) 
          Paul Coffey (EDM) Steve Duchesne (DAL) Dominik Hasek (MTL)
2nd Team: Keith Tkachuk (NYR) Theoren Fleury (CGY) Alexei Zhamnov (WPG) 
          Jeff Norton (EDM) Larry Murphy (VAN) Trevor Kidd (OTT)
3rd Team: Mikael Renberg (WSH) John Leclair (PHI) Vincent Damphousse (NYI) 
          Phil Housley (BOS) Chris Chelios (MTL) Ed Belfour (CHI)