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NHL 1994: New York Rangers: St

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This 15-disc "Complete Game" Collector's set celebrates the last New York Rangers team to win the Stanley Cup, in 1994. The set includes all 7 games from the Western Conference Finals vs. the New Jersey Devils, in which Mark Messier solidified his legend with the Game 6 "Guarantee" and forced a defining Game 7. It also includes all 7 games from the Stanley Cup Finals vs. the Vancouver Canucks. As a bonus, the 1994 Stanley Cup Champions Highlight Program, which tells the story of the entire season, is included.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply awesome!!!! Let's go Rangers! April 29 2006
Even if you aren't a Rangers fan, you will love seeing classic playoff hockey like this. You won't see hits, plays, and goals like this anymore. The quality of this set is impressive- better than I expected. I have just watched game 2 of the Rangers-Devils series and it is just as exciting as it was in 94. I can't believe how many more games I have to watch and it's fun reliving the series this way. It is a real treat to see guys like Messier, Larmer, Leetch, Graves, and Richter play. I thought it was a little expensive at first but after watching only 2 games, I realized it was worth every penny!
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5.0 out of 5 stars great condition Jan. 10 2013
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your package was in great condition when I opened the box it was in, I know my dad will love it when he gets it for his 60th birthday since he is a huge Rangers fan
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not a Rangers Fan, but I Love this DVD! Dec 30 2012
By Taser Me TOP 500 REVIEWER
I am not a fan of the Rangers, Canucks, or Devils, but I still bought this set and regard it as the best hockey DVD I have. The main reason I bought it was to see the old Oiler greats win one more cup. However, two other key points came from watching it. One was that the Devils team that lost to the Rangers won the Stanley Cup the next season and would win a few more in the next decade. The main building blocks for the Devils dynasty were in place in 1994. Second, the Canucks were dangerously close to winning the Stanley Cup. Once the Rangers took a 3-1 lead in games, the Canucks had them on the ropes, especially in Game 6. The Canucks came up completely flat in Game 7, but still they lost by just a goal. Had the Canucks been able to win Game 7, it might have been the biggest upset in Stanley Cup history.

It's funny because if the Canucks had prevailed in Game 7, the DVD set would have been called "Canucks 1994." That is how close the series was.

Most of the games are from American broadcasts. I found this refreshing as I am so used to watching games featuring Canadian boadcasters. John Davidson provides colour in most of the games and he is as knowledgeable as he is interesting.

I recommend this set for any NHL fan. It won't take long for you to get into both series. Although I purchased my set from another seller for less than $30, the price Amazon is selling it for is very good. For the price, you get 14 games plus an hour-long bonus that pays tribute to the '94 Rangers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth every cent! Aug. 11 2008
By Brian Maitland TOP 500 REVIEWER
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You may think close to $80 is pricey for a DVD box set but you get 14 NHL playoffs games (and some of the best ever) plus the bonus disc that has two documentaries--one that focuses on both of the Final teams with loads of interviews, highlights and behind-the-scenes stuff that, to me, seemed fresh. That is hosted by Ranger radio play-by-play announcer Marv Albert (hey, Marv, it was Robert (not Warren) Reichel that Kirk McLean made "that" save off of in that Game 7 OT vs. Calgary in round one) and the play-by-play on some Canuck clips features legendary Canuck play-by-play announcer Jim Robson's radio calls. The other feature on the bonus disc is of Mark Messier's retirement ceremony (as Mike Richter says, "...sponsored by Kleenex").

The games themselves have the commercials, intermissions and a lot of the stoppage time edited out. The Eastern Conference Final between the New Jersey Devils and the New York Rangers has the ESPN feed for most games with the annoying Gary "He did it! He did it!" Thorne, Bill Clement and Al Morganti as the broadcast crew. Game 1 is the ESPN2 broadcast with Sean McDonough, Brian Engblom amd Morganti while Game 5 is the CBC crew of Chris Cuthbert, Dick Irvin and John Garrett. Pic quality is superb bar Game 7 in bits where it wavers. Although this is a very dramatic series, NJ suck the life out of many games and the OTs in many of the games are, frankly, dull hockey.

The Final is a far superior brand of hockey thanks to both Canuck coach Pat Quinn and Ranger coach Mike Keenan having teams that attack and do not play the trap.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not completely unedited and uncut.... April 19 2006
By Richard A. Harrington - Published on Amazon.com
Clearly 5 stars for the overall quality and packaging of this set (even includes Mark Messier Night as a bonus.) However, I take away a star for the games not being completely uncut (e.g., the end of Game 6 vs. Devils - the skirmish between Anderson & Nichols is edited out.) A relatively minor point perhaps since no game time is lost, but this is still annoying and totally unnecessary. Regardless, a nice and overdue DVD addition to any hockey fan's library--especially Rangers fans! Also, die-hard Ranger fans beware: some games are taken from the ESPN feeds, so no Sam & J.D. Although it is interesting to see and hear these games via a different lens and commentary, I was a bit disappointed in this production choice for some of these games.
18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best Stanley Cup moments in NHL history March 30 2006
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Mark Messier swore he would give everything he had to bring the Stanley Cup back to New York. In 1994, Messier captained the historic Stanley Cup winning New York Rangers team after guaranteeing the team's Game 7 victory of the Eastern Conference Finals against the New Jersey Devils, and facing off against the Vancouver Canucks in the Cup Finals that went all seven games. The team led by Messier and coached by Mike Keenan, included future hall of famers and role players including Brian Leetch, Adam Graves, Mike Richter, Alexi Kovalev, Sergei Zubov, Kevin Lowe, Alexander Karpovtsev, and Jeff Beukeboom; all of whom played extremely important roles in the team's victory. This DVD collection features all the games from the Eastern Conference Finals and the Cup Finals; and every magic moment in between: Stephane Matteau's game winning goal against the Devils, Richter stoning Canucks sniper Pavel Bure in a penalty shot, and Messier hoisting up the Cup with a fan holding a sign saying "Now I Can Die in Peace". It's indeed one of the greatest moments in NHL history, and for Rangers fans, well, you already know that this is a must own.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Should have been fantastic March 21 2008
By R. Burden - Published on Amazon.com
This week, while being home from work, I was able to view the entire 7 game series against the Devils. I haven't seen the final series yet. I enjoyed the entire series although I was a bit disappointed in a number of things regarding this DVD set. Unfortunately for Rangers fans, they use ESPN broadcasts for all but 1 game. The other game they use a Canadian Cable channel broadcast. I'm pretty sure these games were broadcast on the Rangers regular MSG network and that is what should be on these disks. Sam Rosen and John Davidson far surpass the announcer combinations on these disks. I also would have loved to hear the different calls of the Matteau goal at the end of Game 6, especially the famous Howie Rose radio call (Matteau!! Matteau!! Matteau!). There were definite technical difficulties with blurry footage for during some of the games which was very annoying. Plus, I wish they could have included some interviews of former players with their remembrances of each game as well as some pregame and postgame thoughts and interviews. Those would have been a fantastic addition to this series. Those things hold down the number of stars I give to this collection. Otherwise, it was a terrific way to relive the Rangers - Devils series.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars beyond great Sept. 14 2008
By Brian Maitland - Published on Amazon.com
First of all, just because this info is missing in the listing, here are the details on the broadcast crews:

NJ-NYR series
Game 1--ESPN 2 w/ Sean McDonough and Brian Engblom.
Game 5--CBC w/ Chris Cuthbert and John Garrett
The rest are ESPN with the annoying Gary "he did it! he did it!" Thorne and Bill Clement.

Van-NYR series
The Final is thankfully all MSG Network feed with Sam "it's a powerplay goal" Rosen and John Davidson. Being a Canuck fan this was heaven not having to listen to the dreadful Bob "where are the Make Belief players?" Cole and Harry "is the bar open?" Neale.

All games axe the commercials and intermissions. the pic quality varies from amazing to the odd times, esp. the ESPN ones, where it's a tad off.

The jackets to each DVD have the scores and stats on them so if you do want to watch this fresh and don't remember the scores of each game, be forewarned. You will learn the score if you glance at the jackets.

Other than that, you know the hockey is great although much of the NJ-NYR series is, to be honest, frankly dull when NJ do the trap especially the overtimes where not much happens. Plus as you watch games 1 thru 5 and even two periods into game 6, you wonder how the NYR ever won this series. The Final is far more entertaining hockey by a country mile.

The bonus DVD on the Cup run has plenty of clips of both the NYR and Van runs to the Final as well as a ton of great I've never seen before behind-the-scenes footage and interviews. They also toss on the Messier Retirement Night (sponsored by Kleenex, as Mike Richter says).
16 of 22 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Technical disappointment June 5 2006
By kt - Published on Amazon.com
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First of all, I'm a Rangers fun. I was looking forward to Messier's 2 disc "collectors" version promoted since last year, which was released this year as a 1 disc rehash. What a disappointment.

Then this Rangers 1994 15 disc set.

As other reviewers mentioned, this is edited game coverage of Conference finals against NJ, and Stanley Cup finals against VAN.

I take one star away because of this cuts.

Once I started to watch the set, I noticed the video quality of several segments are poor in Game 5 and 7 against NJ.

I take another star away.

Then the Game 2 against VAN, what terrible footages in 3rd period! Momentary black outs. Worst one lasting about one second.

I can't believe they release this kind of poor footages for hefty price.

As a die hard Ranger fan, I want NHL production or WB to replace those defective footages and send to us without charge.
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