Were any of you able to make it out there?
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby holds the Stanley Cup during a Stanley Cup victory parade downtown.
Evgeni Malkin cheers as he travels with the Conn Smythe trophy down the parade route.
Stanley Cup Playoffs MVP Evgeni Malkin broke out the bubbly at the Penguins' victory parade.
Fans packed parking garages along the parade route, hoping for a great view of their favorite Pens players.
Penguins fans line the Stanley Cup parade route on the Boulevard of the Allies downtown.
Some Pens fans were up before dawn to stake out the perfect spot to watch Monday's victory parade.
Penguins forward Max Talbot kisses the Stanley Cup as he gets his photo taken in front of the giant crowd that showed up for the championship parade and rally.
Sidney Crosby & Marc Andre Fleury ride with the Stanley Cup on June 15, 2009.
The Penguins Evgeni Malkin with the Conn Smythe Trophy!
NewsChopper 2 flies above the Penguins victory parade.
Evgeni Malkin of the Penguins celebrates Monday as he rides along the Stanley Cup victory parade route in Pittsburgh.
Marc-Andre Fleury and Sidney Crosby enjoyed a hero's welcome on Monday in Pittsburgh.
Sidney Crosby kisses Lord Stanley's Cup during the victory parade Monday.
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby raises the Stanley Cup as he rides along with goalie Marc-Andre Fleury in Monday's celebration parade in downtown Pittsburgh.
Penguins goalie Marc-Andry Fleury holds up the Stanley Cup as he rides with captain Sidney Crosby along Grant Street.
Fans cheer the Penguins as they parade along Grant Street.
Out-of-towners celebrate the Penguins championship.
Penguins' fans lined the Boulevard of the Allies near the intersection with Stanwix Street around 6:30 this morning.
Fans after sunrise claim their favorite viewing spots for today's parade.