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The 1995–96 BHL season was the 14th and final season of the British Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Great Britain. It was replaced by the Ice Hockey Superleague for 1996–97. 10 teams participated in the league, and the Sheffield Steelers won the league title by finishing first in the regular season. They also won the playoff championship.

Regular seasonEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA Pts
Sheffield Steelers 36 27 5 4 268 122 59
Cardiff Devils 36 26 3 7 271 140 55
Durham Wasps 36 22 4 10 213 158 48
Nottingham Panthers 36 19 5 12 214 174 43
Humberside Hawks 36 16 4 16 202 235 36
Fife Flyers 36 14 6 16 209 238 34
Basingstoke Bison 36 11 5 20146 190 27
Newcastle Warriors 36 10 4 22 167 256 24
Milton Keynes Lightning 36 7 7 22 186 237 21
Slough Jets 36 5 3 28 172 298 13

PlayoffsEdit

Group AEdit

Group A GP W T L GF GA Pts
Sheffield Steelers 6 4 0 2 31 12 8
Nottingham Panthers 6 3 2 1 20 21 8
Basingstoke Bison 6 2 1 3 24 28 5
Fife Flyers 6 1 1 4 22 36 3

Group BEdit

Group B GP W T L GF GA Pts
Durham Wasps 6 5 0 1 30 18 10
Humberside Hawks 6 4 0 2 41 31 8
Cardiff Devils 6 3 0 3 28 22 6
Newcastle Warriors 6 0 0 6 14 42 0

SemifinalsEdit

  • Sheffield Steelers 6-3 Humberside Hawks
  • Nottingham Panthers 3-1 Durham Wasps

FinalEdit

  • Sheffield Steelers 3-3 (2-1 SO) Nottingham Panthers

ReferencesEdit

  • Chambers, Michael A. (ed.) (November 2000). Nottingham Panthers Statistical Guidebook 1946–2000. ISBN 0-9539398-0-4. 

External linksEdit

  • Season on hockeyarchives.info
Preceded by
1994–95 BHL season
BHL seasons Succeeded by
Ice Hockey Superleague

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