25 Years Later: The 1994 Rangers' Championship Parade
As the New York Rangers celebrate the 25th anniversary of their 1994 Stanley Cup championship, take a look back at CBS2's Dana Tyler speaking with New Yorkers at the ticker tape parade in Manhattan.

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