In the first final series since 1934 in which two teams met who had never won the Stanley Cup before, Mario Lemieux took over the direction and was best scorer and MVP of the playoffs with 44 points. He scored five goals and made seven assists in the final series against the North Stars alone, who had made it to the final as the first representative of the Norris division since the league was restructured in 1981. He even missed the third game due to an injury.
Best scorer was Wayne Gretzky, who laid the foundation for his 163 points with 122 assists. The top scorer was Brett Hull , who scored 86 goals and had the most attempts with 389 shots. Even outnumbered, Hull was the best with 29 goals, while outnumbered Dave Reid was successful with eight goals. With an average of 32.3, almost every third shot by Sergei Makarov landed in the goal. The plus / minus member and not of led Theoren Fleury and Marty McSorley to each +48. The bad guy of the season was Rob Ray with 350 penalty minutes. The most successful defender was Al MacInnis with 28 goals, 75 assists and 103 points.
Abbreviations: GP = games, G = goals, A = assists , Pts = points, +/- = plus / minus , PIM = penalty minutes; Bold: Season best