May 07, 2011
This Date In Stanley Cup History
May 7, 1983 - Mike Bossy scored four goals to give the Islanders an 8-4 win over Boston in Game 6 of the Conference Finals. The win advanced the Islanders to the Stanley Cup Finals.
May 7, 1993 - Wayne Gretzky set a record with his 19th career playoff game-winning-goal in the Kings 7-4 win over the Canucks, in Game 3 of the Smythe Div Finals in L.A. Gretzky broke Maurice Richard's record of 18 career playoff game winning goals.
May 7, 1999 - Claude Lemieux became the first player in NHL history to appear in 50 playoff games with three different teams, when he played in his 50th game with Colorado (a 3-2 loss to Detroit). Lemieux also had 50+ games with Montreal and New Jersey.
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