24 Together: Celebrating the Canadiens’ 1993 Stanley Cup

The Montreal Canadiens pose for a photograph with the Stanley Cup following their 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings in Montreal in this June 9, 1993 photo. Patrick Roy front left lying down. (Frank Gunn/CP)

It’s been 25 years since the Montreal Canadiens‘ incredible 1993 Stanley Cup run that stunned the hockey world.

It was the franchise’s 24th Stanley Cup victory, and it came in thrilling fashion — and we’re not just talking about all that overtime.

To mark the occasion, Sportsnet is releasing a special lineup of content to relive the magic in Montreal through a variety of multi-platform storytelling.

WATCH: Sportsnet Presents 24 Together: The 1993 Montreal Canadiens, a 30-minute documentary recreating the 1992–93 season. Sportsnet’s features team combines footage and exclusive sit-down interviews with key players to tell the story of the team’s incredible accomplishment that shocked the hockey world and brought the Stanley Cup to Canada. The documentary will air on Sportsnet on Monday, May 28, before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.

For a sneak peek, check out the trailer here:

Plus, you’ll soon be able to relive some of the greatest plays from the Cup Final against the Los Angeles Kings on our YouTube channel.

READ: Several members of that 1992–93 Canadiens team — as well as some of their opponents — opened up to columnist Ryan Dixon about their recollections of those playoffs. Read the oral history of the Cup run in our special-edition Big Read this Sunday, May 27.

LISTEN: Stay tuned for a special 24 Together edition of our hockey podcasts, available on June 2 wherever you get your podcasts. Host Ryan Dixon and producer Amil Delic create a unique storytelling experience using archived game audio and new interview recordings. You will also be able to listen to it across the Sportsnet Radio Network at various times following the release of the podcast.


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