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Penguins celebrate Stanley Cup with 650,000 fans in Pittsburgh

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Downtown Pittsburgh streets and Point State Park were filled with a record number of people as the 2017 Penguins Stanley Cup victory parade made its way through the city.

Pittsburgh Penguins' fans turned up nearly 650,000 strong -- believed to be the largest crowd in Pittsburgh history -- to celebrate the team's fifth Stanley Cup on Wednesday afternoon.

The Stanley Cup victory parade made its way through the city Wednesday afternoon, culminating at Point State Park. The estimated number of fans attending the event is more than 200,000 greater than last year's Stanley Cup victory celebration.Penguins Victory ParadeMarc-Andre Fleury Penguins

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