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1989 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season

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1989 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season

1989 MILL season
League Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Sport Indoor lacrosse
Duration January 7, 1989 - April 7, 1989
Number of teams 6
Regular season
League champions Philadelphia Wings
Runners-up Detroit Turbos
Top scorer Brad Kotz (Philadelphia Wings)
Champion's Cup
Champions Philadelphia Wings
  Runners-up New York Saints
Champion's Cup MVP John Tucker (Philadelphia)

The 1989 season began on January 7, 1989 and concluded with the championship game on April 7.

Contents

  • Team movement 1
  • Regular season 2
  • Playoffs 3
  • Awards 4
  • Statistics leaders 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Team movement

1989 saw the MILL expand by two teams: the New England Blazers and the Detroit Turbos. The New Jersey Saints also moved to Long Island, New York, becoming the New York Saints.

Regular season

Reference: [1]

P Team GP W L PCT GB Home Road GF GA Diff GF/GP GA/GP

1 Philadelphia Wingsxyz 8 6 2 0.750 0.0 4–0 2–2 103 83 +20 12.88 10.38
2 Detroit Turbosx 8 6 2 0.750 0.0 3–1 3–1 118 96 +22 14.75 12.00
3 New York Saintsx 8 6 2 0.750 0.0 2–2 4–0 104 87 +17 13.00 10.88
4 Baltimore Thunder 8 4 4 0.500 2.0 1–3 3–1 103 96 +7 12.88 12.00
5 New England Blazers 8 1 7 0.125 5.0 0–4 1–3 80 102 -22 10.00 12.75
6 Washington Wave 8 1 7 0.125 5.0 0–4 1–3 70 114 -44 8.75 14.25

x–Clinched playoff berth;c–Clinched playoff berth by crossing over to another division;y–Clinched division;z–Clinched best regular season record;GP–Games Played
W–Wins;L–LossesGBGames back;PCT–Win percentage;Home–Record at Home;Road–Record on the Road;GF–Goals scored;GA–Goals allowed
Differential–Difference between goals scored and allowed;GF/GP–Average number of goals scored per game;GA/GP–Average number of goals allowed per game

Playoffs

  Semifinals     Championship
                 
    3  New York 10
  3  New York 9**     1  Philadelphia 11
  2  Detroit 8  
  • * indicates an overtime period.

Awards

Award Winner Team
Championship Game MVP John Tucker Philadelphia

Statistics leaders

Bold

numbers indicate new single-season records. Italics indicate tied single-season records.

Stat Player Team Number
Goals Brad Kotz Philadelphia 28
Assists John Tucker Philadelphia 24
Points Brad Kotz Philadelphia 34
Penalty Minutes Jeff Goldberg New York 28
Shots on Goal Brad Kotz Philadelphia 66[2]
Loose Balls J. Fay New England 57[3]
  1. ^ "National Lacrosse League - 1989 Regular Season - Standings". NLL.com. Retrieved April 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ Complete statistics unavailable; may not be accurate
  3. ^ Complete statistics unavailable; may not be accurate

See also

References

  • 1989 Archive at the Outsider's Guide to the NLL


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