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1995 MILL season

 

1995 MILL season

1995 MILL season
League Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Sport Indoor lacrosse
Duration January 7, 1995 - April 8, 1995
Number of teams 6
Regular season
League champions Philadelphia Wings
Runners-up Boston Blazers
Season MVP Gary Gait (Philadelphia Wings)
Top scorer Gary Gait (Philadelphia Wings)
Champion's Cup
Champion's Cup champions Philadelphia Wings
  Runners-up Rochester Knighthawks
Champion's Cup MVP Gary Gait (Philadelphia)
MILL seasons

The 1995 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season began on January 7, 1995 and concluded with the championship game on April 8, 1995.

Team Movement

1995 featured the debut of the Rochester Knighthawks to the MILL, replacing the Detroit Turbos.

Regular season

All Star Game

No All-Star Game was played in 1995.

Playoffs

Semifinals Championship
               
1  Philadelphia 19  
4  Buffalo 16  
    2  Rochester 14
  1  Philadelphia 15*
2  Boston 8
3  Rochester 10  
  • * indicates an overtime period.

Awards

Award Winner Team
MVP Award Gary Gait Philadelphia
Rookie of the Year Award Charlie Lockwood New York
Championship Game MVP Gary Gait Philadelphia

Weekly Awards

Each week, a player is awarded "Player of the Week" honours.

Week Player of the Week
1 Steve Dietrich
2 Marty O'Neill
3 Tom Marechek
4 No award given
5 Thomas Carmean
6 J.J. Pearl
7 Thomas Carmean
8 Steve Dietrich
9 Paul Gait
10 Gary Gait

Monthly Awards

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

Month Player of the Month
Jan Ted Dowling
Feb Gary Gait
Mar Paul Gait

All-Pro Teams

First Team:

Second Team:

Statistics Leaders

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

Stat Player Team Number
Goals Gary Gait Philadelphia 30
Assists Tom Carmean Boston 27
Points Gary Gait Philadelphia 48
Penalty Minutes Steve Govett Philadelphia 39
Shots on Goal Gary Gait Philadelphia 88
Loose Balls Jim Veltman Buffalo 91
Save Pct Dallas Eliuk Philadelphia 78.2

See also

References

  • 1995 Archive at the Outsider's Guide to the NLL


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