NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — June of 1994 was a busy time at Madison Square Garden, when both the New York Knicks and Rangers made the finals.
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“That might have been my best month ever in the broadcasting business,” WCBS sports anchor Bill Schweizer recalls.Police Officers Inside Waretown, N.J. Dunkin' Save Choking 10-Month-Old
It was the Blueshirts that would bring New York a championship.
“They win the game, and grown men with tears in their eyes that they’ve witnessed the Rangers winning the Stanley Cup,” Schweizer says. “It was just an unbelievable atmosphere.”MORE NEWS: With Election Day A Week Away, NYC Mayoral Candidates Courting Latino Voters
Schweizer also remembers the “incredible” ticker tape parade.