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by Alanah McGinley on 06/18/11 at 02:45 PM ET
Tim Thomas takes a moment to say a few words to Boston Bruins fans at today’s Stanley Cup Parade.
Video below shows more scenes from the event:
As many as 1 million fans packed downtown Boston on Saturday to celebrate the Bruins’ first Stanley Cup in 39 years.
A fleet of 18 Boston’s iconic “Duck Boats” carrying the Bruins – and the Cup – began winding its way from the TD Garden toward Copley Square, a journey of about two miles, after a rally at the Bruins’ home arena.
“We played together, we drank together, we lost together, and we never wavered. But the one thing we really did together: we won. One more thing. Thanks for the patience for the last 39 years. The next one will come a lot quicker,” forward Mark Recchi told a frenzied crowd at a rally at TD Garden before the parade began.
More video can be found at this earlier post.
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