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New exhibit at Missouri History Museum celebrates Blues' championship

by Matt Lange / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS --- The Missouri History Museum has opened its doors on a new Blues-themed exhibit celebrating the Blues' Stanley Cup run.

The exhibit, named "History Made," will feature more than 20 artifacts donated from the St. Louis Blues and tells the story of an underdog season that turned into a historic playoff run and Stanley Cup victory.

Items on display include Vladimir Tarasenko's skates, which he was wearing when he scored a game-tying goal in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final in Boston, all four pucks that were scored in the Blues' 4-1 victory in Game 7, and St. Louis native Pat Maroon's game-worn jersey from his double overtime series-clinching goal in Game 7 against the Dallas Stars.

The exhibit is located on the second level of the museum and will be on display until Jan. 26. Admission to the Missouri History Museum and the Blues' display is free.

The Missouri History Museum is located in St. Louis' Forest Park and is open every day from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. On Tuesdays, the museum remains open until 8 p.m. Fans can learn more by visiting

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