On this date: 1913 — Quebec Bulldogs win the Stanley Cup in two games over Sydney
1913 — The Quebec Bulldogs win the Stanley Cup in two games over Sydney.
1920 — Quebec's Joe Malone scores six goals to lead the Bulldogs to a 10-4 rout of the Ottawa Senators.
1985 — Dick Motta becomes the fourth NBA coach to record 700 victories as Dallas beats New Jersey 126-113.
1991 — Eddie Sutton of Oklahoma State becomes the first coach to lead four schools into the NCAA tournament. Sutton also coached Creighton, Arkansas and Kentucky in the tournament.
1992 — New York Islanders coach Al Arbour becomes the second coach in NHL history to win 700 games with a 5-2 victory over Philadelphia.
2001 — With Swedish great Ingemar Stenmark looking on, Hermann Maier wins the giant slalom for his 13th victory of the season, equaling one of skiing's mightiest records. Maier, winner of the overall World Cup title three of the last four years, ties the record Stenmark set in 1979.
2002 — NBA career assist leader John Stockton has 13 assists in Utah's 95-92 loss at Houston to give him exactly 15,000 for his career.
2007 — Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby, 19, becomes the youngest player in NHL history with two 100-point seasons after scoring a goal in a 3-2 overtime win over the New York Rangers.