St Louis Blues Beat Boston Bruins to Win First-Ever Stanley Cup

St Louis Blues Beat Boston Bruins to Win First-Ever Stanley Cup
Well, at least Jon Hamm and Jenna Fischer are happy.

The Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues last met in the Stanley Cup Finals in 1970, when the Bruins swept in four games.

This year, it came down to a thrilling seven-game series with the Blues finally taking the Cup on Wednesday night at the Td Garden in Boston with a 4-1 victory.

Blues’ Ryan O’Reilly scored the first goal of the game in the first period, with teammate Alex Pietrangelo closing out the period in its waning seconds with a shot in the net. The third period saw goals three and four, both for the Blues, and the Bruins finally getting their first.

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As thousands of fans gathered outside the stadium, many of the luxury suites were filled with Hollywood stars including Michael J. Fox,
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