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500,000 fans line the street to celebrate Blues Stanley Cup victory (gallery)

bizjournals Saturday, 15 June 2019
An estimated 500,000 fans Saturday lined Market Street to celebrate the St. Louis Blues’ first Stanley Cup victory in the franchise's 52 years of existence. The afternoon parade spanned nearly a mile, starting at 18th and Market streets and ending at Broadway and Market Street. Players Jaden Schwartz, Pat Maroon and Vladimir Tarasenko helped rally the crowd while lifting and kissing the Stanley Cup. After the bus ride, Blues players, alumni and team executives hosted a rally celebration under…
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