1992-93 Hockey Season Roster
- Check mate: Montreal surprises Gretzky’s Kings in Cup finals
- Seven 100-point teams
- Selanne, Mogilny each notch 76 goals
Calling Hollywood: Mario Lemieux gets cancer in mid-season, misses 24 games, still leads the NHL with 160 points and his Penguins still lead the NHL with 119. Wayne Gretzky misses the first 39 games, then storms back to lead LA to its first Stanley Cup finals. Toronto, also-ran since expansion, sets franchise records with 44 wins and 99 points. And in the NHL’s 100th season, its greatest franchise wins 10 overtime games to seize the Cup once more, despite being only the sixth best team in the season. Encore: Many great players were at their best.
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