WCBS 880's 50th Anniversary Takes A Look Back

New York (WCBS 880) – As WCBS Newsradio 880 celebrates five decades of covering news in New York, the station is sharing a treasure trove of archived audio.

This week, that includes the coverage of the New York Rangers Stanley Cup victory in 1994.

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The New York Rangers celebrate as they score against the Vancover Canucks during the Stanley Cup Finals at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancover back in June of 1994. (Credit: Mike Powell/Allsport)

Listen to live reporting from Madison Square Garden on June 14, 1994 as the New York Rangers broke a 54-year-old curse to win the Stanley Cup.

Take a trip down memory lane to June 17, 1994 when the WCBS staff handled a Long Island Rail Road strike, the New York Rangers ticker tape parade and the OJ Simpson chase in Los Angeles. We remember it as “the Longest Day.”

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Listen to raw audio from the ticker tape parade celebrating the 1994 Stanley Cup champion New York Rangers.