Blues star drops F-bomb, needlessly apologizes after winning Stanley Cup

Glove’n it: Hand pass a pivotal moment in Blues’ Cup run

Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

Finally, understudy Jake Allen gave the starter a little shove, and the Game 7 star timidly skated forward to receive the Cup and cap off one of the great rookie runs in National Hockey League history.

The Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night to claim the franchise's first title. Following an uneventful second period, Brayden Schenn and Zach Sanford added insurance goals in the third.

Anderson and her parents attended Game 7 at TD Garden, and no one was happier about the Blues' 4-1 victory over the Boston Bruins than their courageous, inspiring superfan.

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman presents St. Louis Blues' Ryan O'Reilly with the Conn Smythe trophy. Boston's Matt Grzelcyk spoiled the shutout with a late goal with 2 minutes remaining to spoil the shutout.

Don't let the St. Louis Blues take a lead.

There's no guarantee this core veteran group of Boston Bruins ever will return to the Stanley Cup Final.

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After realizing the hiccup, the Conn Smythe victor - awarded to the playoff MVP - immediately and needlessly apologized to the Canadian broadcast team.

"Goals are scored, no lead is safe, ' said rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington, a big part of making sure Blues" leads were safe. "It would incredible to have three trophies here in the city at the same time". Three of them have come at St. Louis' expense.

Even Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy conceded that the Blues "play a different game" when they're ahead.

"It should be fun", Red Sox manager Alex Cora said.

And that's not lost on Brad Marchand.

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