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1994 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season

1994 MILL season
League Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Sport Indoor lacrosse
Duration January 8, 1994 - April 16, 1994
Number of teams 6
Regular season
Season MVP John Tavares (Buffalo Bandits)
Top scorer John Tavares (Buffalo Bandits)
National champions Buffalo Bandits
  National runners-up Detroit Turbos
American champions Philadelphia Wings
  American runners-up New York Saints
Champion's Cup
Champions Philadelphia Wings
  Runners-up Buffalo Bandits
Champion's Cup MVP Paul Gait (Philadelphia)

The 1994 season began on January 8, 1994 and concluded with the championship game on April 16. In this season, a game between the Detroit Turbos and Philadelphia Wings, was the only game in MILL history to be called off exclusively for fighting.[1]


  • Team movement 1
  • Regular season 2
  • All Star Game 3
  • Playoffs 4
  • Awards 5
    • Weekly awards 5.1
    • Monthly awards 5.2
    • All-Pro Teams 5.3
  • Statistics leaders 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8

Team movement

The only change in teams from the 1993 MILL season to 1994 was the loss of the Pittsburgh Bulls.

Regular season

Reference: [2]

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

1 Buffalo Banditsxyz 8 6 2 0.750 0.0 3–1 3–1 121 99 +22 15.13 12.38
2 Detroit Turbosx 8 5 3 0.625 1.0 3–1 2–2 94 95 -1 11.75 11.88
3 Boston Blazers 8 4 4 0.500 2.0 1–3 3–1 93 91 +2 11.63 11.38
American Division
P Team GP W L PCT GB Home Road GF GA Diff GF/GP GA/GP

1 Philadelphia Wingsxy 8 6 2 0.750 0.0 4–0 2–2 0 0 0 0.00 0.00
2 New York Saintsx 8 2 6 0.250 4.0 2–2 0–4 0 0 0 0.00 0.00
3 Baltimore Thunder 8 1 7 0.125 5.0 1–3 0–4 0 0 0 0.00 0.00

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

All Star Game

No All-Star Game was played in 1994.


Semifinals Finals
1 Buffalo 16
2 Detroit 10
N1 Buffalo 15
A1 Philadelphia 26
1 Philadelphia 17
2 New York 7


Award Winner Team
MVP Award John Tavares Buffalo
Rookie of the Year Award Tom Marechek Philadelphia
Championship Game MVP Paul Gait Philadelphia

Weekly awards

In 1994, the MILL began awarding "Player of the Week" honours.

Week Player of the Week
1 No award given
2 John Tavares
3 Tim Soudan
4 Jim Veltman
5 Thomas Carmean
6 Marty O'Neill
7 Sal LoCascio
8 Ted Dowling
9 Kevin Bilger
10 Dallas Eliuk
11 No award given

Monthly awards

An award is also given out monthly for the best overall player.

Month Player of the Month
Jan Steve Dietrich
Feb Ted Dowling
Mar Paul Gait

All-Pro Teams

First Team:

Second Team:

Statistics leaders


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

Stat Player Team Number
Goals Paul Gait Philadelphia 31
Assists Jim Veltman Buffalo 24
Points John Tavares Buffalo 47
Penalty Minutes Brian Kroneberger Baltimore 25
Shots on Goal John Tavares Buffalo 83
Loose Balls Jim Veltman Buffalo 130
Save Pct Dallas Eliuk Philadelphia 78.7

See also


  • 1994 Archive at the Outsider's Guide to the NLL
  1. ^ "Lacrosse History: The Only NLL Game Ever Called Off Due To Fighting."Lacrosse Lime., 8 May 2014. Web. 08 May 2014.
  2. ^ "National Lacrosse League - 1994 Regular Season - Standings". Retrieved April 28, 2013. 

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