TORONTO - The St. Louis Blues will make a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Tuesday afternoon in Toronto.
As is customary in the season after winning a title, the Stanley Cup Champions will receive a private tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame archives and will donate a Stanley Cup Championship ring, which will be on display alongside rings of previous Stanley Cup champions.
"We are honored to donate this Stanley Cup championship ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame," said Blues Chairman Tom Stillman. "We are pleased that, through this ring and other artifacts, the amazing story of the Blues' 2019 Cup victory will live on in the Hockey Hall of Fame."
"We are very grateful to the Blues organzation," added Phil Pritchard, Vice President and Curator of the Hockey Hall of Fame. "The 2019 Championship ring makes a great addition to the Stanley Cup Championship collection. Our guests, who visit us from not only St. Louis, but from around the world, will be thrilled to be able to view it."
The Blues had previously donated equipment from the Stanley Cup Final to the Hall of Fame. The exhibit is on display now and features Ryan O'Reilly's helmet from Game 7, Jordan Binnington's trapper, Alex Pietrangelo's stick - which scored the game-winning goal in Game 7 - and Vladimir Tarasenko's skates, worn during Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final.