1993-94
IHL                      GP  W  L SL  Pts  GF  GA  PIM 
Atlantic 
Kalamazoo Wings          81 48 26  7  103 337 297 1902 
Fort Wayne Komets        81 41 29 11   93 347 297 1792 
Cleveland Lumberjacks    81 31 36 14   76 278 344 1600 
Central 
Peoria Rivermen          81 51 24  6  108 327 294 1857 
Cincinnati Cyclones      81 49 23  9  107 336 282 2214 
Indianapolis Ice         81 28 46  7   63 257 329 2170 
Midwest 
Atlanta Knights Turner Cup Champs       81 45 22 14  104 321 282 2191
Milwaukee Admirals       81 40 24 17   97 338 302 1965
Kansas City Blades       81 40 31 10   90 326 327 1946 
Russian Penguins         13  2  9  2    6  35  64  229 
Pacific 
Las Vegas Thunder        81 52 18 11  115 319 282 2511 
San Diego Gulls          81 42 28 11   95 311 302 2149 
Phoenix Roadrunners      81 40 36  5   85 313 309 2435 
Salt Lake Golden Eagles  81 24 52  5   53 243 377 2718
Shootout system. Winner gets 2 pts. Loser gets 1 pt.

The Russian Penguins were a joint effort by the Pittsburgh Penguins and Russia's Central Red Army team. They toured the IHL, playing each team once, with the games counting in the standings. Their two victories were against Salt Lake and Cleveland. The Admirals defeated them 9-1 on February 23.

The team did not have an NHL affiliation.

Playoffs
Lost to Atlanta 4-0
April 14 - Milwaukee 2 at Atlanta 5
April 17 - Milwaukee 3 at Atlanta 4 (2OT)
April 19 - Atlanta 6 at Milwaukee 4
April 21 - Atlanta 6 at Milwaukee 2

Coach
Curt Fraser
Assistant
Peter Bakovic
 # Player Name                GP    G    A  Pts  PIM 
13 Brian Dobbin               81   48   53  101   73 
12 Sylvain Couturier          80   41   51   92  123 
44 Gino Cavallini             78   43   35   78   64 
29 Pat MacLeod                73   21   52   73   18 
25 Steve Tuttle               78   27   44   71   34 
10 Jason Lafreniere           52   14   47   61   16 
14 Mike McNeill               78   21   25   46   40 
20 Yuri Krivokhija            50   10   28   38   59 
71 Alexander Galchenyuk       33   12   24   36   20 
 3 Jergus Baca                67    6   29   35  119 
   Matt Hervey                27    6   17   23   51 
18 Trevor Sim                 32    7   13   20   10 
55 Ken Sabourin               81    6   13   19  279 
19 Randy Velischek            53    7   11   18   28 
 7 Steve Strunk               31    8    8   16   28 
26 Dale Henry                 49    5   11   16  104 
   Scott Gruhl                28    6    9   15  102 
   Ladislav Tresl             19    6    7   13   10 
   Scott Robinson             24    8    3   11   52 
28 John Byce                  28    7    4   11   10 
21 Jim Johannson              28    4    7   11   15 
11 Richard Zemlak             61    3    8   11  243 
16 Jeff Larmer                25    2    9   11   14 
22 Don Gibson                 43    4    6   10  233 
15 Paul Jerrard               28    6    3    9   58 
24 Kevin Grant                16    3    6    9   64 
 8 Fabian Joseph              18    3    6    9    4 
   Carl Valimont              14    1    7    8   20 
35 Larry Dyck (G)             41    0    3    3    2 
34 Trevor Halverson            4    1    0    1    8 
   Shaun Kane                  6    1    0    1    4 
30 Bob Mason (G)              40    0    1    1   10 
 2 Dave Marcinyshyn            1    0    0    0    0 
   Miroslav Ihnacak            1    0    0    0    0 
   Rob Dumas                   8    0    0    0   16 
   Duane Derksen (G)           9    0    0    0    2 
31 Max Mikhailovsky (G)        0    0    0    0    0
   Bench                            1             32 
   Totals                         338  540  877 1965 

Goalie              GP  Min  GA   GAA  W  L  T  Svs   Pct EN SO
Larry Dyck          41 2145 121  3.38 15 13  7 1016 0.894  2  0 
Duane Derksen        9  490  28  3.42  4  2  2  226 0.890  1  0 
Bob Mason           40 2206 132  3.59 21  9  8 1047 0.888  1  0
All Stars - Pat MacLeod, Brian Dobbin, and Jergus Baca (replacing injured Admiral Matt Hervey)
Dobbin was named the All Star MVP after scoring a hat trick.

The Admirals were horrible in shootouts with a 1-17 record.
106 power play goals broke the team record of 87 (88-89).
Brian Dobbin's 18 power play goals beat the team record held by Yves Preston (16 in 77-79).
Dobbin became the 5th Admiral to ever eclipsed the 100 point mark.
Gino Cavallini led the league with 8 game winning goals and set a team record by scoring five hat tricks.
Cavallini was named the IHL Player of the Month for February.
Power play ranked second in the league (24.3%).
Penalty kill ranked second in the league (82.7%).
Jergus Baca played on the Slovakian team at the 1994 Olympics in Lillehammer.
Ken Sabourin led the IHL in minor penalties (97).
Scott Robinson retired after an injury shortened season.
John Byce joined the team in February after beginning the season in Europe.

Admirals lead the league in attendance for the 6th straight year with an average of 9509, another IHL record.
Consecutive concert nights (Lorrie Morgan on Jan. 29 and the Village People on Feb. 4) resulted in two sellout crowds.