St. Louis Blues players surprise superfan

Laila Anderson got the surprise of a lifetime when players Alexander Steen and Colton Parayko showed up at her door with their championship rings.
1:11 | 10/02/19

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friend It is time now for "Play of the day." Go ahead and sing it out, ladies. 11-year-old lay lay is a big St. Louis blues superfan battling a rare disease and became a viral sensation during the team season even celebrating their first win, their first Stanley cup win. She was at game seven in Boston. She was there when they did it. She got the surprise of a lifetime. These two blue placers knocking on her door with a special gift. A championship ring. Oh, beautiful. Presenting her the box and they're telling her how much she meant to them. The ring has her name inscribed inside. And Colton, he put it perfectly. Colton said, quote, the poor guy who is going to propose to you one day. I don't know if he can match that ring. That is priceless. All of that. Beautiful. Players got their rings Monday. She got hers yesterday. Love every second of it. Saved the best for last. Thank you for sharing. The secret power foods that

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