DENVER — A Stanley Cup championship parade drove through the streets of Denver for the first time in 21 years on Thursday.
The Stanley Cup parade departed at 10 a.m. from Union Station on 17th Street and Wynkoop Street in downtown Denver.
The parade then continued southeast on 17th Street and turned right on Broadway before ending at Civic Center.
Colorado Avalanche players, coaches and management appeared in the parade.
Entertainment at the celebratory rally began at 9 a.m. at Civic Center in downtown Denver. The parade did not arrive at the rally until after 11 a.m..
Avalanche players, coaches and management appeared at the rally alongside, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Governor Jared Polis.
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