1992-93 Home Page
Welcome to the home page of the 1992-93 Des Moines Buccaneers. The defending national champion Buccaneers fell just two games short of the Anderson Cup, still good enough for second place in the United States Hockey League. In his third year with the Buccaneers, Coach Bob Ferguson guided the team to a 33-11-4 record - the fewest losses in the USHL.
1992-1993 Scrapbook. Contributed by former Buccaneer Andy Lewis, this 83 page PDF (368 MB) is loaded with newspaper articles, photos, and other information.
Defenseman Eric Rud pickes up two post season awards - the Standard Trophy (most valuable player) and the Landmark Trophy (most popular player). Eric scored 12 goals and had 35 assists in 48 games.
Forward Bob Clouston picked up the Curt Hammer Award (leading scorer) with 26 goals and 50 assists. Bob was also awarded the Zales Award.
The Booster Club gave the outstanding rookie award to netminder Eric Geoffroy.
Defenseman Andy Lewis was awarded the Bob McCorkle Award for sportsmanship and ability.
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