1994 Stanley Cup Finals

1994 Stanley Cup Finals

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1994 Stanley Cup Finals

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The 1994 Stanley Cup Final was a best-of-seven playoff series contested between the Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers and Western Conference champion Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. The Canucks were making the club's second Final appearance, their first coming during their Cinderella run of , and the Rangers were making their tenth appearance, their first since . The Rangers ended their record 54-year championship drought with a victory in Game 7 to claim the long-awaited Stanley Cup. It was the fourth championship in franchise history.

The CBC broadcast of Game 7 attracted an average Canadian audience of 4.957 million viewers, making it the most watched CBC Sports program in history at the time.

Paths to the Final

The Canucks entered the playoffs seeded seventh in the Western Conference, and overcame a three games to one deficit against the Calgary Flames, winning the final three games in overtime with game seven ending in double overtime as Pavel Bure scored the winning goal on a breakaway to upset the Flames. They then upset the Dallas Stars, seeded fourth and the Toronto Maple Leafs, seeded third, in five games each to capture the Western Conference title.

The Rangers swept their New York area rival New York Islanders and then beat the Washington Capitals in five games,<ref...
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