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The 1995–96 IHL season was the 51st season of the International Hockey League, a North American minor professional league. 19 teams participated in the regular season, and the Utah Grizzlies won the Turner Cup.[1]

Contents

Regular seasonEdit

Eastern ConferenceEdit

Central GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Orlando Solar Bears 82 52 24 0 6 352 307 110
Detroit Vipers 82 48 28 0 6 310 274 102
Cleveland Lumberjacks 82 43 27 0 12 334 330 98
Atlanta Knights 82 32 41 0 9 282 348 73
Houston Aeros 82 29 45 0 8 262 328 66
North GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Cincinnati Cyclones 82 51 22 0 9 318 247 111
Michigan K-Wings 82 40 24 0 18 290 272 98
Indianapolis Ice 82 43 33 0 6 304 295 92
Fort Wayne Komets 82 39 35 0 8 276 296 86

Western ConferenceEdit

Midwest GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Milwaukee Admirals 82 40 32 0 10 290 307 90
Chicago Wolves 82 40 34 0 8 288 310 88
Peoria Rivermen 82 39 38 0 5 274 290 83
Kansas City Blades 82 39 38 0 5 288 326 83
Minnesota Moose 82 30 45 0 7 254 332 67
South GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
Las Vegas Thunder 82 57 17 0 8 380 249 122
Utah Grizzlies 82 49 29 0 4 291 232 102
San Francisco Spiders 82 40 32 0 10 278 283 90
Phoenix Roadrunners 82 36 35 0 11 267 281 83
Los Angeles Ice Dogs 82 32 36 0 14 305 336 78

Turner Cup playoffsEdit

Source:[2]

Conf. quarterfinals Conf. semifinals Conf. finals Turner Cup finals
            
E1 Cincinnati Cyclones 3
E8 Atlanta Knights 0
E1 Cincinnati Cyclones 4
E5 Michigan K-Wings 3
E4 Cleveland Lumberjacks 0
E5 Michigan K-Wings 3
E1 Cincinnati Cyclones 3
E2 Orlando Solar Bears 4
E2 Orlando Solar Bears 3
E7 Fort Wayne Komets 2
E2 Orlando Solar Bears 4
E3 Detroit Vipers 3
E3 Detroit Vipers 3
E6 Indianapolis Ice 2
E2 Orlando Solar Bears 0
W2 Utah Grizzlies 4
W1 Las Vegas Thunder 3
W8 Phoenix Roadrunners 1
W1 Las Vegas Thunder 4
W5 Chicago Wolves 1
W4 San Francisco Spiders 1
W5 Chicago Wolves 3
W1 Las Vegas Thunder 2
W2 Utah Grizzlies 4
W2 Utah Grizzlies 3
W7 Kansas City Blades 2
W2 Utah Grizzlies 4
W6 Peoria Rivermen 3
W3 Milwaukee Admirals 2
W6 Peoria Rivermen 3

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "1995–1996 IHL season". EliteProspects.com. Retrieved June 17, 2018.
  2. ^ "1995-96 IHL Playoff Results". HockeyDB.com. Retrieved 2014-04-21.

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