The Malik Report
by George Malik on 06/07/11 at 09:23 PM ET
Via Fox Sports Detroit, Art Regner sat down for a timely interview with former Red Wings forward Darren McCarty:
Exactly 14 years ago Tuesday, Darren McCarty’s highlight-reel goal in the second period secured a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers at Joe Louis Arena and a four-game sweep of the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.
It was the Red Wings’ first Stanley Cup title since 1955, setting off a celebration in Detroit that culminated in a parade that drew more than a million people downtown a couple of days later.
FOXSportsDetroit.com’s Art Regner on Tuesday had lunch with McCarty, who vividly recalls that Cup run, which got an early start—March 26, 1997 vs. Claude Lemieux and his Colorado Avalanche.
Regner’s video interview with McCarty is over 35 minutes in duration!
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