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Detroit Red Wings Captain, Nicklas Lidstrom, raises the Stanley Cup while crusing down Woodward Ave.

 

The Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup on Wednesday, June 4, 2008. This is the fourth championship win for the Wings in eleven years.

 

A victory parade took place down Woodward Ave. in Detroit on Friday, June 6, 2008. There is estimate that over one million people cheered the Wings on as they cruised down Woodward and on to Hart Plaza.

 

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June 8 2008

Nick Lidstrom with Stanley Cup during the Red Wings Parade.

 

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Conn Smythe Winner!!!

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

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Nicklas Lidstrom holds the Stanley Cup up high, in celebration of the 2008 Detroit Red Wings bringing the cup home!!

 

Go Wings!!!

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

I think this is Kyle Quincey, judging from the mugshots on the Red Wings' website. Correct me if I'm wrong.

 

Not sure who the dude with him is but he looks like the guy who plays "McSteamy" on Grey's Anatomy. Hey, my wife makes me watch it, ok?

 

This photo appears on Now Public as well.

 

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Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

Red Wings Stanley Cup Parade

 

Detroit, MI

Jiri Hudler from the Detroit Red Wings.

 

The Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup on Wednesday, June 4, 2008. This is the fourth championship win for the Wings in eleven years.

 

A victory parade took place down Woodward Ave. in Detroit on Friday, June 6, 2008. There is estimate that over one million people cheered the Wings on as they cruised down Woodward and on to Hart Plaza.

 

I took over 400 photos and still need to go through them all.

Red Wings Stanley Cup Championship Parade

 

Detroit, MI

One of the better up and coming skaters for the Red Wings

 

The Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup on Wednesday, June 4, 2008. This is the fourth championship win for the Wings in eleven years.

 

A victory parade took place down Woodward Ave. in Detroit on Friday, June 6, 2008. There is estimate that over one million people cheered the Wings on as they cruised down Woodward and on to Hart Plaza.

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

Basking in the glow

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

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Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

I was in the middle of transitioning from a nice spot I had staked out to go find Ken & Paul when I was ambushed out of position by the local sheriff's deputies. This is the best shot I could get of our girl Princessa because my field of view was obliterated by arms and camera phones.

 

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Yes its a different shot, trust me

 

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Spike, continues to goof around during the Red Wings Parade....

#13 Pavel Datsyuk at the Red Wings Parade, I think that smile tells the whole story.

 

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Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

I'm gonna need some help identifying these guys.

 

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Side shot of Steve Yzerman, his car just flew right by with out stopping.

 

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What a shot, that cup looks great back in Hockeytown.

 

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Right Wing for the Detroit Red Wings.

This is one of my favorite shots so far of the day was taking early while Campus Martius was dead. GO WINGS!

 

I think its a sweet shot!

 

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Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

I thought maybe this was Thomas Holmstrom. I figured if I kept guessing with the same name eventually I'm gonna be right. Then I'll say, "Yeah, I thought so." Hasn't worked out yet though. This isn't him either.

 

Holmstrom's name sticks in my head because he spells his first name without an 'H'. I like dissonance.

 

Anyway, whoever he is, this was my favorite Red Wing to pass through. I thought he came across very well, really into the spirit of the moment, not too self-conscious or distant. A lot of fun.

 

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This was all the big news at the Red Wings Rally on Friday. The 'honorable' Mayor of Detroit... Kwame Kilpatrick wasn't really received well from the Red Wings fans...

The building crowd for the Red Wings Parade.

 

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

As I made my way to the intersection of Woodward & Jefferson to find a vantage point for the parade I bumped into Nick as he performed for the people. This is my second street performer so far so clearly they're becoming something of niche for me. Maybe it's because they're the only males I'm comfortable approaching this way. Without them my 100 would be all women.

 

Nick has a very serious expression here but he was actually very cool about the whole thing. He wanted to stay within the spirit of the occasion so he asked me to wait while he put his hat on with the Red Wings button.

 

Added bonus: This time I actually remembered to put a little something the till as well.

 

Thanks again, Nick.

 

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The 'enforcer' Aaron Downey... still needs to shave...

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

I thought this was Jiri Hudler until I ran across another picture that actually was Jiri Hudler and it wasn't this guy. More research needed.

A group shot of the Detroit fans showing excitement during the Red Wings Parade.

 

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Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

Spike and his interns from 955.

Red Wings Stanley Cup Championship Parade

 

Detroit, MI

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

A great coach, for a great team!

Red Wings Stanley Cup Championship Parade

 

Detroit, MI

Spike and his interns hard at work before the Red Wings Parade started

Detroit's Stanley Cup Victory Parade, June 6th, 2008

 

Ken was on the scene!

Red Wings Stanley Cup Championship Parade

 

Detroit, MI

And you thought it was the Stanley Cup...;)

Red Wings Stanley Cup Championship Parade

 

Detroit, MI

joe joe and kyra showing spike the camera ropes.... ;)

 

Red Wings Stanley Cup Parade

 

Detroit, MI

All you gotta do is look at this towel and it explains it all!

 

6 years seems like a long time for us Detroit fans, but its well worth the wait!

The pic explains it all...

Detroit Red Wings 2008 Championship Parade

Round 1 Nasvhille

Round 2 Colorado

The Fox Theatre after the Detroit Red Wings Victory Parade

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