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Pat Maroon Tells Laila Anderson She Inspired Blues' Stanley Cup Run

SI.com Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Pat Maroon Tells Laila Anderson She Inspired Blues' Stanley Cup RunThe Blues ended the second-longest Stanley Cup Finals drought on Tuesday.
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