Parade, rally to honor Stanley Cup champion Blues Saturday
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ST. LOUIS (AP) A parade 52 years in the making will finally happen Saturday in St. Louis, when the city celebrates the Blues' first-ever Stanley Cup championship.
The Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Wednesday's Game 7 in Boston. The Blues joined the NHL as an expansion team in 1967 and had never before won a championship.
The Blues took to Twitter Thursday to announce celebration plans. A parade will start at noon at 18th and Market Street and head east. A rally will then take place beneath the Gateway Arch.
Fans attending the celebration may want to bring an umbrella. Rain is in the forecast.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson also says the state Capitol dome will be lit up with blue lights in celebration Thursday.
Updated June 13, 2019