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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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 and 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.Read more ›
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.