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New DVD celebrates 1993-94 Rangers

NHL, Warner Home Video team up for comprehensive story of run to Cup

Monday, 04.16.2012 / 12:06 PM / News
NHL.com

After waiting 54 years to raise another banner atop Madison Square Garden, Mark Messier and the Rangers hoisted the Stanley Cup in 1994. Now, Warner Home Videoand the National Hockey League are teaming up to deliver an action-packed film reliving the Rangers' epic road to glory with the release of "The NHL Road to Victory – The 1994 New York Rangers’ Story" DVD on April 17.

This collector’s DVD will contain highlights from the Rangers’ 1993-94 Stanley Cup season, while showing emotional and unforgettable stories from Rangers fans and Blueshirt legends Mark Messier and Brian Leetch.

"The NHL: Road to Victory – The 1994 New York Rangers’ Story" DVD will be available on standard definition for the $24.98 suggested retail price and available at retail stores in New York, including the NHL Powered by Reebok store, and online at Shop.NHL.com.

From Mark Messier’s trade to the Rangers in 1991 to the dramatic Stanley Cup Playoffs run in 1994, this DVD is filled with defining moments in the days leading up to the 1994 Stanley Cup title. With never-before heard stories from Rangers players, coaches and fans, "Road to Victory – The 1994 New York Rangers Story" DVD truly offers the untold story behind the Rangers’ heroics on the road to their Stanley Cup Championship.

DVD Special Features include:

  • Behind the Scenes Moments throughout Rangers history.
  • Interviews with former Blueshirt players Mark Messier, Mike Richter, Brian Leetch, Adam Graves, Eddie Olczyk, Glenn Anderson, Stephane Matteau; former coach Mike Keenan; former general manager Neil Smith; and former New Jersey Devils player Ken Daneyko.
  • Rangers broadcasters Sam Rosen and Al Trautwig; former Rangers play-by-play announcer Howie Rose; and former sports writer Barry Meisel.
  • Unforgettable stories from longtime Rangers fans, including broadcaster Boomer Esiason.