BOSTON (CBS) – On Saturday, the Boston Bruins will celebrate their first Stanley Cup win in nearly four decades. And they will do it in traditional Boston style – by parading through the city atop duck boats.
CBS Boston has you covered – on TV, the radio, online and on your mobile device.
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WBZ-TV is your home to watch the Bruins Stanley Cup parade. Coverage begins at 9 a.m., as players arrive at the Garden, hold a brief team ceremony, climb aboard the duck boats, and set out on their route at 11 a.m.
Jack Williams, Lisa Hughes, David Wade, Paula Ebben, Jonathan Elias and Kate Merrill anchor the coverage, joined by 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Bob Beers.
WBZ-TV’s parade coverage will also be streamed live here on CBSBoston.com.
Sports Hub Street Teamers will be at the Globe Bar and Café on Boylston Street, and scattered along the parade route. Track them down to get your hands on a Bruins Rally Card.
Over on WBZ NewsRadio 1030, a team of reporters will be stationed along the parade route providing live updates and sounds from the crowd.
WBZ is the place to tune for the latest traffic conditions as you’re headed in to the parade. Traffic on the 3s will keep track of the construction delays on I-93, other traffic tie-ups and street closures.
You can Listen Live to both 98.5 The Sports Hub and WBZ NewsRadio 1030 right here on CBSBoston.com, or by downloading the Radio.com app for your iPhone or Android mobile device.