June 19, 2013
This Day In Hockey History: June 19th
1990 - Minnesota North Stars named Bob Gainey as their new head coach.
1992 - Hockey Hall of Fame announced its newest members: Marcel Dionne, Bob Gainey, Lanny McDonald, and veteran Woody Dumart
1995 - Darryl Sutter stepped down as coach of the Chicago Blackhawks.
1999 - Brett Hull scored the winning goal at 14:51 of the third overtime and Ed Belfour made 53 saves as Dallas won 2-1 at Buffalo, in Game 6 of the Finals, to win the 1999 Stanley Cup Championship.
2000 - Minnesota Wild named Jacques Lemaire as their Head Coach, the first in franchise history.
2002 - Hockey Hall of Fame announced it's newest members: Bernie Federko, Clark Gillies, Rod Langway and builder Roger Neilson.
Happy Birthday to Walt McKechnie, Alex Frolov, Sergei Makarov, Keith McCreary, Stewart Evans, Jack Shewchuk, Dan Ellis and Jim Corsi.