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Niedermayer brothers parade Stanley Cup in Cranbrook

Niedermayer brothers fulfill a boyhood dream by parading the Stanley Cup to home town hockey fans

It's a day they probably dreamed about a million times growing up.

Scott, left, and Rob Niedermayer brought the Stanley Cup to the RecPlex in Cranbrook, B.C. ((Mike Turner/CBC))

But boyhood dreams turned to reality forRob and ScottNiedermayer on Monday whenthe brothers paraded the Stanley Cup through their hometown ofCranbrook, B.C.

They arrived as conquering heroes after helping the Ducks of Anaheim win the firstNHL championship in club history. But instead of a chariot, the brothers rodethrough townon a Zamboni.

Winning Lord Stanley's trophy was exactly what the brotherswere thinking about when they signed with Anaheim. But now that they have won a championship as teammates, what to do for an encore?

Scott isn't sure whether he is going to play this season. After four Stanley Cups, retirement is a real possibility.