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St. Louis sings 'Gloria' after first home Stanley Cup Final win

Fans help Kennedy Holmes of 'The Voice' perform Laura Branigan's 1982 hit after Blues won Game 4

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

It took a little longer than they'd hoped, but St. Louis Blues fans got to sing "Gloria."

Fans celebrated the Blues' first Cup Final victory with a post-game concert led by Kennedy Holmes of "The Voice," after St. Louis' 4-2 victory against the Boston Bruins in Game 4 on Monday. 

Holmes' pregame concert was canceled before Game 3, a 7-2 Bruins victory, but the good spirits were back and St. Louis' focus changed after the Blues evened the best-of-7 series at 2.

Tweet from @NHL: Confirmed: @StLouisBlues fans want that #StanleyCup and they want it bad. pic.twitter.com/HqNc3EADjh

Holmes, a St. Louis native who finished in fourth place in Season 15 of "The Voice," was fired up at the Blues win and the postgame show.

Tweet from @imkennedyholmes: That was fun! Thanks @NHL @StLouisBlues ! https://t.co/GVMg3RTAWO

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