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1996 Stanley Cup Finals - Wikipedia The 1996 Stanley Cup Finals was the championship series of the National Hockey League's (NHL) 1995–96 season, and the culmination of the 1996 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was contested by the Western Conference champion Colorado Avalanche ...

1996 Stanley Cup playoffs - Wikipedia This series marked the first appearance of a team representing Colorado in the Stanley Cup ...

1996 Stanley Cup Final - Game 4 - YouTube Jul 9, 2010 ... Highlights of the deciding Game 4 of the 1996 Stanley Cup Final between the Colorado Avalanche and the Florida Panthers. Avalanche win ...

Colorado Avalanche 1996 stanley cup. - YouTube Oct 9, 2010 ... I am a Fan of Colorado Avalanche,thx Avalanche :) From Latvia :*

1995-96 Colorado Avalanche Roster and Statistics | Hockey ... Get up-to-date 1995-96 Colorado Avalanche roster and statistics and much more on ... 1996 Colorado Avalanche Logo ... 1995-96 Stanley Cup Champions.

1996 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Summary | Hockey-Reference.com 1996 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Summary. Previous Year Next Year. League Champion: Colorado Avalanche. Conn Smythe Trophy: Joe Sakic (18 G, 16 A, 34 P).

After 104 Minutes, Colorado Wins the Cup - The New York Times Jun 11, 1996 ... The Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup this morning with a piece of exquisite drama, an epic 1-0 victory over the Florida Panthers in ...

Colorado Avalanche Won 1st Stanley Cup 20 Years Ago « CBS ... Jun 9, 2016 ... So with the 1996 Stanley Cup win, the Avalanche became the first major professional sports team based in Denver to win a championship, and ...

1996 Stanley Cup Finals | Ice Hockey Wiki | FANDOM powered by ... The 1996 Stanley Cup Final NHL championship series was contested by the Colorado Avalanche and the Florida Panthers. The Avalanche won the Cup in a  ...

1996 Stanley Cup Champions - Avalanche ... - Mile High Sticking Oct 23, 2014 ... Throwback Thursday. Today we reflect on the first Stanley Cup championship in Avalanche history in 1996.