It's safe to say Brett Hull was fired up for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The former St. Louis Blues captain and Hall of Fame forward hyped up the Enterprise Center crowd by passionately leading a "Let's Go Blues" chant from the ice before the Cup Final against the Boston Bruins on Monday.
Hull, who scored 527 of his 741 NHL goals with the Blues, has fired up the crowd in St. Louis with pre-recorded messages twice during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including before St. Louis' 7-2 loss in Game 3 of the Cup Final.
Hull and the 19,000-plus in St. Louis were the loudest to chant "Let's go Blues," but they weren't the only ones. Andy Cohen, a St. Louis native and television executive, was also doing the chant before Game 4.
Matt Adams, the former St. Louis Cardinals first baseman who plays the position for the Washington Nationals, was sending his well-wishes all the way from the U.S. capital.