This Day In Hockey History (6/24)

WRITTEN BY CHRIS WASSEL | 24 JUNE 2011 

There is the time when you always remember your first.  Sixteen years ago today for the New Jersey Devils gave us the following moment.  The brandy from the Stanley Cup was simply beyond good.  It is time for the video and then said classic gem.

 

 

June 24, 1995


Neal Broten and Shawn Chambers each scored twice as the Devils won 5-2, to sweep the Red Wings in four games to win the 1995 Stanley Cup Championship (for the first time in franchise history). Claude Lemieux was the Conn Smythe trophy winner.

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