Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Parade

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The Bruins had a Stanley Cup ‘rolling rally’ Parade in the streets of Boston to celebrate their Stanley Cup Championship with their fans. 

BetOnHockey Chara Cup Thomas Conn Smythe 450x354.jpgThe Bruins long Stanley Cup journey began in Vermont last September with 2 days of training camp, and ended in Vancouver with a 4-0 victory in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals Wednesday night.

The nearly two-hour Saturday afternoon ‘rolling rally’ celebrated the return of the Stanley Cup’s return to Boston. The Bruins last won Lord Stanley’s Cup 39 years ago.

The rally outside the TD Garden had many of the Bruins team and personal thanking their fans for their support throughout the season. 

Team captain Zdeno Chara told the fans, “We couldn't have done it without you”, and told team president Cam Neely “I promised him when we win a Cup I will hand it to him. So here we go. Come on, Cam.”

Neely seemed touched and shared, “It's finally our time. How amazing is this?”

Conn Smythe winner Tim Thomas told the fans, “You guys wanted it. We got it and we want to share it with you today. Let's have some fun!”

The low point in the day was the Patrice Bergeron and rookie Brad Marchand’s poor imitation of the rap song, ‘Black And Yellow.’ Stick to the day job boys.

The Boston Bruins have 8 to 1 odds to repeat and win the 2012 Stanley Cup.

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