1993-94 Hockey Windows Season
- Rangers end 54-year Cup drought
- Russians establish themselves as NHL stars
- Hasek’s 1.98 GAA lowest in 20 years
The New York Rangers found an oasis in their long walk in the NHL desert, allowing them to drink from the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1940. That followed an NHL-best 112-point season. More: Wayne Gretzky won his final scoring title. In a season more notable for its defense, Russian Rocket Pavel Bure scored 60 goals to lead Vancouver to the Cup finals, while Sergei Federov’s finest season (56 goals, 120 points) helped Detroit to a division title. This was the first time the NHL had two Russians among its top 10 scorers. Bure and Federov were in the top five.
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