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1992–93 Minnesota North Stars · NHL
Division 5th Norris
Conference 9th Clarence Campbell
1992–93 record 36–38–10
Home record 18–17–7
Road record 18–21–3
Goals for 272
Goals against 293
Coach Bob Gainey
Captain Mark Tinordi
Arena Met Center
Team leaders
Goals Russ Courtnall (36)
Assists Mike Modano (60)
Points Mike Modano (93)
Penalties in minutes Shane Churla (286)
Wins Jon Casey (26)
Goals against average Jon Casey (3.33)

The 1992–93 Minnesota North Stars season was the North Stars' 26th and final season of the franchise in Minnesota. The team finished in fifth place in the Norris Division, with 82 points (three behind St. Louis), missing the playoffs. Three North Stars (Russ Courtnall, Ulf Dahlen, Dave Gagner and Mike Modano) reached the 30-goal plateau.[1]

OffseasonEdit

NHL DraftEdit

See also: 1992 NHL Entry Draft
Round Pick Player Nationality
2 34 Jarkko Varvio Flag of Finland Finland
3 58 Jeff Bes Flag of Canada.svg Canada
4 88 Jere Lehtinen Flag of Finland Finland

Regular seasonEdit

Bobby Smith retired after the season.

Final standingsEdit

Norris Division
GP W L T GF GA Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 84 47 25 12 106 279 230
Detroit Red Wings 84 47 28 9 103 369 280
Toronto Maple Leafs 84 44 29 11 99 288 241
St. Louis Blues 84 37 36 11 85 282 278
Minnesota North Stars 84 36 38 10 82 272 293
Tampa Bay Lightning 84 23 54 7 53 245 332

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
       Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Game logEdit

Regular season
No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1LOctober 6, 19924–6 @ St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 0–1–0
2WOctober 8, 19925–2 St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 1–1–0
3WOctober 10, 19922–1 Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 2–1–0
4LOctober 13, 19923–4 Calgary Flames (1992–93) 2–2–0
5WOctober 15, 19925–4 @ St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 3–2–0
6LOctober 17, 19921–8 @ Montreal Canadiens (1992–93) 3–3–0
7WOctober 18, 19925–1 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 4–3–0
8WOctober 22, 19925–2 Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 5–3–0
9TOctober 24, 19925–5 OT Los Angeles Kings (1992–93) 5–3–1
10LOctober 28, 19922–5 @ Edmonton Oilers (1992–93) 5–4–1
11WOctober 30, 19923–2 @ Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 6–4–1
12LOctober 31, 19923–5 @ Calgary Flames (1992–93) 6–5–1
13WNovember 5, 19923–0 New York Islanders (1992–93) 7–5–1
14TNovember 7, 19922–2 OT Edmonton Oilers (1992–93) 7–5–2
15LNovember 10, 19921–4 Pittsburgh Penguins (1992–93) 7–6–2
16LNovember 12, 19922–7 Winnipeg Jets (1992–93) 7–7–2
17WNovember 14, 19923–0 Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 8–7–2
18LNovember 15, 19921–2 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 8–8–2
19WNovember 18, 19925–4 @ Washington Capitals (1992–93) 9–8–2
20WNovember 19, 19924–1 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 10–8–2
21WNovember 21, 19924–3 @ Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 11–8–2
22LNovember 25, 19922–4 Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 11–9–2
23TNovember 27, 19924–4 OT New York Rangers (1992–93) 11–9–3
24WNovember 28, 199210–3 San Jose Sharks (1992–93) 12–9–3
25WNovember 30, 19924–2 @ New York Rangers (1992–93) 13–9–3
26WDecember 1, 19923–1 @ Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 14–9–3
27WDecember 3, 19924–2 @ Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 15–9–3
28WDecember 5, 19927–4 @ Quebec Nordiques (1992–93) 16–9–3
29LDecember 10, 19922–3 Edmonton Oilers (1992–93) 16–10–3
30LDecember 12, 19920–3 Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 16–11–3
31WDecember 15, 19926–5 Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 17–11–3
32TDecember 19, 19923–3 OT Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 17–11–4
33LDecember 20, 19920–4 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 17–12–4
34TDecember 22, 19922–2 OT St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 17–12–5
35WDecember 26, 19925–4 Winnipeg Jets (1992–93) 18–12–5
36LDecember 27, 19924–7 @ Winnipeg Jets (1992–93) 18–13–5
37WDecember 31, 19925–3 Boston Bruins (1992–93) 19–13–5
38LJanuary 2, 19932–3 @ New York Islanders (1992–93) 19–14–5
39TJanuary 3, 19936–6 OT @ Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 19–14–6
40LJanuary 6, 19931–5 @ New Jersey Devils (1992–93) 19–15–6
41WJanuary 7, 19936–3 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1992–93) 20–15–6
42WJanuary 9, 19936–4 Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 21–15–6
43LJanuary 12, 19931–3 Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 21–16–6
44LJanuary 14, 19931–3 @ Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 21–17–6
45WJanuary 16, 19934–3 Calgary Flames (1992–93) 22–17–6
46WJanuary 19, 19934–2 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 23–17–6
47WJanuary 21, 19937–2 Ottawa Senators (1992–93) 24–17–6
48TJanuary 23, 19933–3 OT Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 24–17–7
49TJanuary 24, 19932–2 OT @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 24–17–8
50WJanuary 26, 19932–1 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 25–17–8
51WJanuary 28, 19934–2 New Jersey Devils (1992–93) 26–17–8
52LJanuary 30, 19933–4 Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 26–18–8
53WFebruary 1, 19935–4 @ Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 27–18–8
54WFebruary 3, 19937–3 @ San Jose Sharks (1992–93) 28–18–8
55LFebruary 9, 19932–3 Washington Capitals (1992–93) 28–19–8
56WFebruary 11, 19931–0 @ Tampa Bay Lightning (1992–93) 29–19–8
57LFebruary 13, 19931–6 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 29–20–8
58LFebruary 14, 19935–6 Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 29–21–8
59LFebruary 17, 19935–10 Los Angeles Kings (1992–93) 29–22–8
60WFebruary 20, 19935–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1992–93) 30–22–8
61LFebruary 21, 19931–4 Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 30–23–8
62TFebruary 25, 19933–3 OT @ Boston Bruins (1992–93) 30–23–9
63LFebruary 27, 19932–3 @ St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 30–24–9
64LFebruary 28, 19936–7 @ Winnipeg Jets (1992–93) 30–25–9
65LMarch 3, 19931–3 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 30–26–9
66WMarch 6, 19934–3 Montreal Canadiens (1992–93) 31–26–9
67LMarch 7, 19931–7 Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 31–27–9
68WMarch 9, 19934–2 San Jose Sharks (1992–93) 32–27–9
69WMarch 11, 19934–3 @ Vancouver Canucks (1992–93) 33–27–9
70LMarch 13, 19932–6 @ St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 33–28–9
71LMarch 14, 19931–3 St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 33–29–9
72LMarch 16, 19933–4 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1992–93) 33–30–9
73LMarch 18, 19931–5 @ Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 33–31–9
74LMarch 21, 19932–6 Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 33–32–9
75TMarch 25, 19933–3 OT Toronto Maple Leafs (1992–93) 33–32–10
76LMarch 27, 19931–2 Hartford Whalers (1992–93) 33–33–10
77LMarch 31, 19932–5 @ Edmonton Oilers (1992–93) 33–34–10
78LApril 1, 19933–5 @ Calgary Flames (1992–93) 33–35–10
79WApril 3, 19933–0 @ Los Angeles Kings (1992–93) 34–35–10
80WApril 6, 19933–1 Buffalo Sabres (1992–93) 35–35–10
81WApril 10, 19934–3 St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 36–35–10
82LApril 11, 19931–5 @ St. Louis Blues (1992–93) 36–36–10
83LApril 13, 19932–3 Chicago Blackhawks (1992–93) 36–37–10
84LApril 15, 19933–5 @ Detroit Red Wings (1992–93) 36–38–10

Player statsEdit

ForwardsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM +/-
Mike Modano 82 33 60 93 83 7
Russ Courtnall 84 36 43 79 49 1
Dave Gagner 84 33 43 76 143 13
Ulf Dahlen 83 35 39 74 6 20
Mike McPhee 84 18 22 40 44 2
Mike Craig 70 15 23 38 106-11
Neal Broten 82 12 21 33 227
Todd Elik 46 13 18 31 485
Gaetan Duchesne 84 16 13 29 306
Trent Klatt 47 4 19 23 382
Shane Churla 73 5 16 21 286 8
Stewart Gavin63 10 8 18 594
Bobby Smith45 5 7 12 10 9
Brian Propp 17 3 3 16 0 10
Dan Quinn 11 0 4 4 6 4
[2]

DefencemenEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM +/-
Mark Tinordi 69 15 27 42 157 1
Tommy Sjodin 77 7 29 36 30 25
Jim Johnson 79 3 20 23 105 9
Derian Hatcher 67 4 15 19 178 27
Craig Ludwig 78 1 10 11 153 1
Richard Matvichuk 53 2 3 5 26 8
James Black 10 2 1 3 4 0
Brad Berry 63 0 3 3 109 2

GoaltendingEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals against average

Player GP MIN W L T SO GAA
Jon Casey 60 3476 26 26 5 3 3.33
Darcy Wakaluk 29 1596 10 12 5 1 3.65

Awards and honorsEdit

Relocation to DallasEdit

In 1993, amid further attendance woes and bitter personal controversy, North Stars owner Norm Green obtained permission to move the team to the Reunion Arena in Dallas, Texas, where they were renamed, 'specifically', the Stars. The NHL, to quell the controversy, 'promised' to the fans of Minnesota to return in the future with a new franchise.

ReferencesEdit


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