2001 Stanley Cup Finals
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At Long Last, a Cup

The Colorado Avalanche had only one goal from the beginning of the 2000-01 season: reclaiming the Stanley Cup they had last hoisted in 1996. Along the way, the Avs amassed the NHL's best regular-season record, claiming the Presidents' Trophy and home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs. The Avs' road to the Stanley Cup was not without speed bumps, with Joe Sakic injuring his shoulder and Peter Forsberg having his spleen removed after the Western Conference semifinals against Los Angeles. Through the ups and downs, the Avs regrouped and recharged, accomplishing a mission established in September. Click on the images below for highlights from the dramatic Stanley Cup finals series.

 

 

 

   
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