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Staff at Enterprise Center supports Blues with 'Gloria' nametags

In nod to victory song, workers get behind team in Western Conference Final

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

Keystone Staff Event workers at Enterprise Center all had one thing in common for Game 6 of the Western Conference Final: their names.

Well, their nametags, actually.

Before the St. Louis Blues hosted the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday, NHL.com columnist Nick Cotsonika shared a picture of two such arena workers. Each was wearing a nametag that read "Gloria."

Tweet from @cotsonika: Starting today, all the workers��� nametags at Enterprise Center say ���Gloria.��� pic.twitter.com/V6ohERL0p6

All event staff members made the nametag move as a nod to the Blues adopting the 1982 Laura Branigan hit as their victory song, which started during the regular season and has carried well into the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

For Game 6, and perhaps any future games at Enterprise Center this season, you can count on Gloria to be there for you.

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