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May 11, 2013

This Day In Hockey History - May 11th

1968 - In Toe Blake's final game as Montreal's coach, the Canadiens beat St. Louis 3-2 at the Forum to sweep the best-of-seven final series and win their 15th Stanley Cup championship.

1971 - Jean Beliveau scored his final Stanley Cup Playoff goal during a 5-2 win over Chicago, in Game Four of the Finals in Montreal.

1972 - Boston beat NY Rangers 3-0 in Game 6 of the Finals, to win the 1972 Stanley Cup. Gerry Cheevers got the shutout, while Bobby Orr became the 4th player to score two Cup-winning goals in his career, and the 1st to win the Conn Smythe Trophy twice.

1982 - Denis Potvin picked up three assists to lead the Islanders to a 6-4 win over Vancouver, in Long Island in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

1993 - Gary Shuchuk ended the longest playoff game in Kings' history by scoring the winner at 26:31 of overtime to give the Kings a 4-3 playoff win over the Canucks.

1996 - Mario Lemieux scored three goals and an assist, and Jaromir Jagr had a hat trick in the second period in the Penguins' 7-3 win over the visiting New York Rangers.

Happy Birthday to Colin Patterson, Dutch Hiller, Mike Rathje, Ulf Nilsson, Brad Marchand, Per Djoos, Jim Fahey and Tom Martin

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