St. Louis Blues welcome home first Stanley Cup
ST. LOUIS - Despite a few sprinkles on Saturday, downtown St. Louis was filled was crowds of people to celebrate the Blues first every Stanley Cup. The parade started on Market Street and went all the way to the Gateway Arch.
The party was scheduled to start at 7 p.m. but initially started after the Blues secured the cup on Wednesday night after game seven.
St. Louis police guard led the parade, followed by marching bands, a fleet of Zambonis and Louie the Mascot, who was waving the teams flag all the way down Market Street. Next was Coach Craig Berube, hockey legend Bobby Plager and superfan Laila Anderson.