1994-95 Hockey Season Roster
- Trapped: New Jersey sweeps Detroit in Cup finals
- Locked out: Shortest post-War season after labor troubles
- Knocked out: Montreal misses playoffs first time in 25 years
The Devils were opportunistic: They advanced to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time due in part to a season drastically shortened by a season-opening lockout that cost teams 36 games. Then they frustrated the potent Red Wings with the counter-attacking neutral-zone trap that was their winning style … The Eastern European influence continued in the NHL as young Jaromir Jagr led with 32 goals and 70 points, though Philadelphia’s Eric Lindros (29 goals, 70 points) was the MVP in the 48-game season.
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