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Actress Fischer hypes Blues fans for Game 7 against Stars

Star from 'The Office' shows support for hometown team

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

The St. Louis Blues called on an A-lister to hype the home fans for Game 7.

Jenna Fischer put on her Blues jersey and recorded a hype video to support St. Louis for its Game 7 of the Western Conference Second Round against the Dallas Stars at Enterprise Center on Tuesday.

Tweet from @StLouisBlues: #WeAllBleedBlue, even @jennafischer. pic.twitter.com/hYUex5lb8n

Fischer, best known for her role as Pam Beesly from "The Office," was raised in St. Louis and was sporting the personalized jerseythe Blues sent her after a wardrobe malfunction on late-night television last year. She's spent the spring rooting on the Blues and shared her excitement when St. Louis eliminated the Winnipeg Jets in Game 6 of the Western Conference First Round.

Instagram from @msjennafischer: @stlouisblues Yes!!!! 

Fischer wasn't the only local luminay to publicly root on the Blues before the do-or-die game. Yadier Molina, the St. Louis Cardinals catcher, posted a selfie on his Instagram story, that said "Let's go Blues!" and tagged Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko.

Tweet from @StLouisBlues: We see you, Yadi. #WeAllBleedBlue pic.twitter.com/G8rlK8ddkj

The police department in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield, Missouri showed their love for the Blues in a different way, posting a tweet that threatened a $5 billion fine for anyone caught wearing a Stars jersey Tuesday.

Tweet from @ChesterfieldPD: Today and today only, Anyone caught wearing a Dallas Stars jersey in the City of Chesterfield will be fined 5 billion dollars. That is all. @StLouisBlues Lets go Blues! pic.twitter.com/Zn6e7PS4no

All that support seemed to work. The Blues defeated the Stars 2-1 in double overtime and are headed to the Western Conference Final.

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