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Gunnarsson brings Stanley Cup to Örebro, Sweden

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

The Stanley Cup has made its way to Europe.

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Photo Blog: Perron's day with the Cup

by Elise Butler / St. Louis Blues

Family time, poutine, street hockey and more were all on the agenda as David Perron brought the Stanley Cup home to Sherbrooke, Que., on Tuesday.

Join along as we recap his special day!

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O'Reilly shares Stanley Cup with 99-year-old grandma

by Elise Butler / St. Louis Blues

O'Reilly visits grandma

O'Reilly greets grandma with Stanley Cup

Ryan O'Reilly brought the Stanley Cup to Seaforth, where he saw his grandma for the first time since winning the title

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When the Stanley Cup arrived at Seaforth Fire Hall on Thursday morning, Ryan O'Reilly knew right away who he wanted to bring it to first. He picked it up, did the celebratory Cup raise for the crowd, then brought it directly across the room to his 99-year-old grandmother, Deirdre.

Adorned in a No. 90 T-shirt, blue beads and a custom "Granny O'Reilly" tiara, Deirdre finally got to see and touch the trophy that her grandson worked so hard to win.

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O'Reilly's day with the Cup

by Elise Butler / St. Louis Blues

Three towns, two parades, hundreds of fan photos, and one incredible day for Ryan O'Reilly and the Stanley Cup. 

The Blues forward brought the Cup home to Ontario on Thursday and all of Huron County joined in the celebration. Here's a timeline of how the MVP spent his special day.

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Photo Gallery: Maroon's day with the Stanley Cup

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - Pat Maroon's day with the Stanley Cup was jam-packed from start to finish.

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Pietrangelo shares Stanley Cup with his kids, eats pasta from trophy

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

KING CITY, Ont. - After a round of golf with some of his cousins and closest friends, Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo took the Stanley Cup home to meet his triplets, Evelyn, Oliver and Theodore.

In just a week, the Pietrangelo babies will turn one year old.

Stanley, as it turns out, makes a pretty good birthday present.

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Pietrangelo goes golfing with Stanley Cup

Blues captain returned home to King City, Ontario with the Stanley Cup

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

KING CITY, Ont. - Alex Pietrangelo became the first St. Louis Blues player to take the Stanley Cup to a golf course this summer.

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Dunn detours from parade route to visit fan battling cancer

by Chris Pinkert / Video by Blue Note Productions

Dunn makes special hospital visit

Dunn visits hospital patient in Lindsay, Ontario

Vince Dunn made a visit to Ross Memorial Hospital to visit a patient battling cancer

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LINDSAY, Ont. - Lawny Woodcock was admitted to Ross Memorial Hospital four months ago after being diagnosed with colon cancer.

His condition is improving - things are getting better every day, he says - but he recently learned he won't be leaving the hospital until 2020 due to complications stemming from an infection.

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Timeline: Binnington's Day with the Stanley Cup

Blues goalie visits grandparents, police, hockey rink and surprises diehard fan

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

Just outside of Toronto, there's a sign that reads:

City of Richmond Hill
Population 208,000
Home of Stanley Cup Champion Jordan Binnington

With the Stanley Cup in his hands Friday, the Blues' goaltender walked up to the sign, pointed at his name, and said "that's me, baby!"

Indeed it is.

Friday was Binnington's day with the Stanley Cup to do whatever he wished, and his schedule was packed from the very beginning.

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Blues win ESPY Award for Best Comeback

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

LOS ANGELES - The Clarence Campbell Bowl, the Conn Smythe Trophy, the Selke Trophy and the Stanley Cup.

Now can add an ESPY to the 2019 trophy case.

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