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St. Louis celebs voice their support for Blues before Game 6

Wainwright, Cohen, ex-Rams tweet support ahead of potential conference-final clincher

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Everyone bleeds blue in St. Louis nowadays. Even the folks who aren't from there.

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright, and former St. Louis Rams NFL players Isaac Bruce and Chris Long shared their Blues fever ahead of Game 6 of the Western Conference Final against the San Jose Sharks.

Wainwright shared a photo of himself and Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina with Laila Anderson, the Blues superfan who has attended the past three home games.

Tweet from @UncleCharlie50: Got to meet a very special person tonight! Laila we were so blessed to meet you! We are all here cheering on our ������@StLouisBlues��� and wanted to meet the secret weapon!!!Prayers up for you tonight! You are an inspiration!!!! pic.twitter.com/YNY3E8KCJ3

Bruce, who spent 13 seasons and won Super Bowl XXXIV as a wide receiver with the St. Louis Rams, posted his own hype video Tuesday in the vein of Brett Hull, ahead of the Blues first potential conference-final clinching game since 1986.

Tweet from @IsaacBruce80: Let���s Go Blues! #WeAlllBleedBlue #LGB pic.twitter.com/ERBYW0OdQq

"This is a public-service announcement to the San Jose Sharks," Bruce said. "You should've never come to St. Louis. We all bleed blue, and we're going to be playing 'Gloria' all night long. Let's go Blues."

Bruce as been posting his support for the Blues throughout the Stanley Cup Playoffs, as has Long, who was drafted by the Rams in the first round in 2008. Long also posted support for the Blues on Tuesday, and specifically for their forward, St. Louis native Patrick Maroon.

Tweet from @StLouisBlues: We���re with ya, @JOEL9ONE. #WeAllBleedBlue #stlblues pic.twitter.com/5UChWRZBMZ

Tweet from @JOEL9ONE: Let���s go Blues. Let���s go Patty Maroon. #thecloser

Athletes weren't the only celebs supporting the Blues. Andy Cohen, a St. Louis native best known for his role as executive producer of "Project Runway" and "The Real Housewives" series, kept his hometown rooting simple.

Tweet from @Andy: #LGB

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