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2014–15 USHL season

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
USHL seasons

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.

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

Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM
zYoungstown Phantoms 60 40 14 6 86 233 166 1178
xCedar Rapids RoughRiders 60 39 21 0 78 210 162 687
xDubuque Fighting Saints 60 36 19 5 77 207 167 1327
xMuskegon Lumberjacks 60 35 21 4 74 184 179 1107
Bloomington Thunder 60 29 24 7 65 173 187 1108
Chicago Steel 60 30 27 3 63 199 209 977
Madison Capitols 60 24 25 11 59 172 212 1193
Team USA 60 25 32 3 53 208 209 1120
Green Bay Gamblers 60 18 34 8 44 156 213 1010

Western Conference

Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM
ySioux City Musketeers 60 38 17 5 81 225 170 1129
xTri-City Storm 60 37 17 6 80 202 158 1017
xOmaha Lancers 60 34 17 9 77 195 176 1258
xSioux Falls Stampede 60 32 23 5 69 191 181 1110
Waterloo Black Hawks 60 28 26 6 62 191 182 889
Fargo Force 60 26 28 6 58 148 191 933
Des Moines Buccaneers 60 21 26 13 55 164 204 1050
Lincoln Stars 60 18 37 5 41 150 242 1183
Indiana Ice 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Post Season Awards

All-USHL First Team

Pos Name Team Notes
G Erik Schierhorn Muskegon Goaltender of the Year
D Neal Pionk Sioux City Defenseman of the Year
D Hayden Shaw Dubuque
F Brock Boeser Waterloo All Rookie Team
F Kyle Connor Youngstown Player of the Year; Forward of the Year
F Adam Johnson Sioux City

All-USHL Second Team

Pos Name Team
G Alec Dillon Tri-City
D Bobby Nardella Tri-City
D Christian Wolanin Muskegon
F Maxim Letunov Youngstown
F Seamus Malone Dubuque
F Chris Wilkie Tri-City

All-USHL Third Team

Pos Name Team
G Cale Morris Waterloo
D Corey Schueneman Muskegon
D Jimmy Schuldt Omaha
F Kieffer Bellows Sioux Falls
F Mason Bergh Chicago
F Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson Omaha
F Auston Matthews Team USA

All Rookie First Team

Pos Name Team
G Alec Dillon Tri-City
D Dennis Gilbert Chicago
D Ryan Zuhlsdorf Sioux City
F Kieffer Bellows Sioux Falls
F Brock Boeser Waterloo
F Erik Foley Cedar Rapids

All Rookie Second Team

Pos Name Team
G Ben Blacker Cedar Rapids
D Chad Krys Team USA
D Mitch Reinke Cedar Rapids
D Vili Saarijarvi Green Bay
F Robert Carpenter Sioux City
F Tanner Laczynski Chicago
F Tom Novak Waterloo

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

References

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