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11-Year-Old Superfan Laila Anderson Celebrates Stanley Cup Win With The St. Louis Blues

NPR Thursday, 13 June 2019
Laila Anderson, 11, is a big fan of the St. Louis Blues. The team won its first Stanley Cup Wednesday and flew Anderson, who has a life-threatening autoimmune disease, to see the game in Boston.
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Blues superfan Laila Anderson, 11, is battling a rare immune disease but she got to lift the Stanley Cup in Boston.

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