DETROIT, June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Mayor Kwame M. Kilpatrick announced today
that Detroit will honor the 2002 Stanley Cup Champion Red Wings with a parade
and rally on Monday, June 17.
The parade will begin at 11:30 a.m. at Woodward Avenue and the Fisher
Freeway (I-75) Service Drive. It will proceed south on Woodward to Jefferson
Avenue and go west on Jefferson to Washington Blvd. The parade will end at
Jefferson and Washington Blvd. A rally at Hart Plaza immediately follows the
"The Red Wings are the pride of Detroit," said Mayor Kilpatrick. "We want
to honor the team for its championship spirit. Hockeytown is painted red
The City of Detroit expects more than a million fans to come downtown for
the celebration entitled, "A Detroit Toast to Hockeytown."
For further information, go to the City's Web site at
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SOURCE City of Detroit