Transcript for St. Louis Blues capture 1st ever Stanley Cup title
We're going to turn now to that thrilling Stanley cup final. A moment that was 52 years ago in the making. The St. Louis blues winning game seven, beating Boston, capturing their first championship ever. ABC's Alex Perez in St. Louis where fans were celebrating late into the night. Hopefully, they can't keep you up, Alex. Good morning. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Michael. As you mentioned, this has been a moment five decades in the making. To say that people here are happy, that would be a huge understatement. Take a look, the St. Louis blues. Celebrating their first ever Stanley cup title, beating the NHL powerhouse Boston Bruins in a decisive game seven. The blues capping off a comeback for the ages. Going from dead last as recently as January, to now flying high as hockey's top team. The celebrations among the blues faithful stretching all the way back home here to St. Louis, huge crowds packing in to watch the game and celebrate at that final buzzer. But the most touching celebration may be on the ice in Boston. The blues inviting the 11-year-old superfan Laila Anderson who suffers from a rare life-threatening immune disease to the game. And after they won, she got to have her own special moment with the cup. The team making its way back home for the big victory parade. Michael. All right, thank you so much. Worst to first. Worse to first. And dominating with a rookie goaltender. Impress for the St. Louis blues. Congratulations to them and the fans. You were coming back from D.C. You kept getting text messages from this man here. He was watching the Stanley cup. I was watching the Stanley cup alone. Ginger and I were having a good time. But you're on your way to golden
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