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This Week in 1995: March 2

by Gordy Stillman / New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the team’s 1995 Stanley Cup Championship March 7-8. For more information, visit NewJerseyDevils.com/95Cup. Here is a look back at this week in 1995.

Devils’ Record: 7-7-4 (season started Jan. 20, 1995)

Team Highlight: The Devils dominated the Panthers 6-1 at home with goals from six different players: Neal Broten, Bill Guerin, Tom Chorske, John MacLean, Stephane Richer and Brian Rolston.

Price of a Postage Stamp: $0.32

Top Grossing Movie: Man of the House, starring Chevy Chase ($9.5 million/weekend)

Movies Released: Man of the House, Hideaway, Roommates

Still in Theaters: The Brady Bunch Movie, Pulp Fiction, Heavyweights

TV Highlights: The Simpsons’ 121st episode, “A Star is Burns” airs. The opening couch gag reversed the family’s heights, making Maggie the largest and Homer the smallest.

Top Billboard Mainstream Rock Song: "Better Man" by Pearl Jam from their album Vitalogy

Fun Fact: March 4, George Foreman loses his WBA Boxing title after refusing to fight Tony Tucker.
Man of the House starring Chevy Chase and Jonathan Taylor Thomas opened March 3, 1995.

 

The Simpsons' "A Star is Burns" aired March 5, 1995.

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