Transcript for St. Louis Blues surprise 11-year-old superfan with Stanley Cup ring
Finally tonight here, America strong. The 11-year-old who has already proven how tough she is, and her heroes? They're pretty tough, too. But they also have big hearts. 11-year-old Laila Anderson has always been a fighter. And a fan of the St. Louis blues hockey team. Battling a rare life threatening auto immune disease, what gets her through it is fighting hard and her St. Louis blues. 100 days after her bone marrow transplant, ringing that treatment bell better than any hat trick. And she says, let's bring that cup home. Let's bring that cup home! Reporter: Her doctors at the St. Louis children's hospital finally telling her mom it was okay for something else. Guess where you get to go first? Where? Take a guess. Is it a blues game? Oh, mom. Are you kidding me? No. Reporter: About to meet her heroes, who tell her she is the hero. Congrats, man. We talk about you all the time. You're our hero. Reporter: And when they won their first Stanley cup ever this year -- Laila on the ice. And tonight, even before they kick off their new season, she had no idea they were coming to visit Laila first. Hey! Hi! Reporter: With a box just for her. A championship ring for Laila, too. Oh, my -- oh, my god. Reporter: A kiss and a question. Does it fit? Beautifully. Beautifully. That ring looks pretty good on you, Laila. I'm David Muir. For tile, wood, and stone, come to the nationwide
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