DETROIT (AP) -Hockeytown is getting ready for a parade.
Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick says the city will celebrate the Red Wings' fourth Stanley Cup in 11 years with a parade on Friday. It's scheduled to start at 11 a.m. and will end with a rally at Hart Plaza.
Details about the parade route are expected to be announced later Thursday.
The Red Wings say players, coaches and staff will take part in Friday's celebrations.
When the Wings won their most recent Cup in 2002, the parade went down Woodward Avenue and also was followed by a rally in Hart Plaza.