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Schwartz, Bozak plant Blues flag on Saskatchewan capital building

Blues forwards shared Stanley Cup with people of Regina on Saturday afternoon

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

REGINA, Sask. - Blues Nation now includes the entire province of Saskatchewan.

Jaden Schwartz and Tyler Bozak chose to share their day with the Stanley Cup not just with each other, but with the entire city of Regina by bringing it to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on Saturday.

Both players visited Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe at his office before planting a St. Louis Blues flag on the building and addressing a large crowd from the balcony.

"It's something we dream about our whole lives and it's pretty surreal," Bozak told the crowd of onlookers about winning the Stanley Cup and bringing it home to Saskatchewan. "It still is surreal."

Schwartz and Bozak then brought the Stanley Cup to the crowd, many of which had been waiting in line more than four hours to get a glimpse of it.

Prior to visiting the Legislative Building, Schwartz and Bozak visited with hospitalized children at Regina General Hospital.

Be sure to visit stlouisblues.com or the Blues' social media networks throughout July and August as we chronicle the Stanley Cup's journey in our "Summer with the Champs" series, presented by McDonald's. Over the next two months, the Cup will travel more than 28,000 miles, spanning five countries and three continents.

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