1995-96 Detroit Red Wings Roster

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 62-13-7 - 131 points
Finishing 1st in the NHL's Central Division
Postseason: 10-9
Lost NHL conference finals
Conference Quarter-Finals - Defeated Winnipeg Jets 4-2
Conference Semi-Finals - Defeated St. Louis Blues 4-3
Conference Finals - Lost to Colorado Avalanche 4-2
Coach: Scotty Bowman (62-13-7)
Location: Detroit, Michigan
1995-96 Detroit Red Wings Statistics
1995-96 Detroit Red Wings Results

The Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League ended the 1995-96 season with a record of 62 wins and 13 losses and 7 ties for 131 points, finishing first in the NHL's Central Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 10-9.

The Red Wings led the league with just 181 goals allowed. Detroit scored 325 goals. Sergei Fedorov netted 39 goals for the squad, while Steve Yzerman and Vyacheslav Kozlov tallied 30 or more also. Sergei Fedorov accounted for 68 assists. Chris Osgood earned 39 wins for the team, plus Mike Vernon added 15 or more wins, too. Chris Osgood recorded a 2.17 goals against average, topping qualifying goaltenders.

Scotty Bowman coached the team. The 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings lost in the NHL conference finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight S/C Hometown
Marc BergevinDAugust 11, 19656'1"209RMontreal, QC Canada
Doug BrownRJune 12, 19645'10"185RSouthborough, MA USA
Dino CiccarelliRFebruary 8, 19605'10"185RSarnia, ON Canada
Paul CoffeyDJune 1, 19616'0"205LWeston, ON Canada
Mathieu DandenaultRFebruary 3, 19766'0"215RSherbrooke, QC Canada
Kris DraperCMay 24, 19715'10"188LToronto, ON Canada
Anders ErikssonDJanuary 9, 19756'3"224LBollnas, Sweden
Bob ErreyLSeptember 21, 19645'10"185LMontreal, QC Canada
Sergei FedorovCDecember 13, 19696'2"205LPskov, Russia
Viacheslav FetisovDApril 20, 19586'1"220LMoscow, Russia
Stu GrimsonLMay 20, 19656'4"240LVancouver, BC Canada
Kevin HodsonGMarch 27, 19726'0"182LWinnipeg, MB Canada
Greg JohnsonCMarch 16, 19715'11"200LThunder Bay, ON Canada
Vladimir KonstantinovDMarch 19, 19675'11"190RMurmansk, USSR
Vyacheslav KozlovLMay 3, 19725'10"190LVoskresensk, Russia
Martin LapointeRSeptember 12, 19735'11"215RVille St. Pierre, QC Canada
Igor LarionovCDecember 3, 19605'9"170LVoskresensk, Russia
Nicklas LidstromDApril 28, 19706'1"189LVasteras, Sweden
Kirk MaltbyLDecember 22, 19726'0"193RGuelph, ON Canada
Darren McCartyRApril 1, 19726'1"210RBurnaby, BC Canada
Chris OsgoodGNovember 26, 19725'10"178LPeace River, AB Canada
Keith PrimeauCNovember 24, 19716'5"220LToronto, ON Canada
Jamie PushorDFebruary 11, 19736'3"218RLethbridge, AB Canada
Mike RamseyDDecember 3, 19606'3"195LMinneapolis, MN USA
Bob RouseDJune 18, 19646'2"215RSurrey, BC Canada
Ray SheppardRMay 27, 19666'1"195RPetawawa, ON Canada
Tim TaylorCFebruary 6, 19696'1"190LStratford, ON Canada
Mike VernonGFebruary 24, 19635'9"180LCalgary, AB Canada
Wes WalzCMay 15, 19705'10"189RCalgary, AB Canada
Steve YzermanCMay 9, 19655'11"185RCranbrook, BC Canada


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