Edelman, Raisman, Fist Bump Kid hype Boston crowd for Game 7

Jun 12, 2019; Boston, MA, USA; St. Louis Blues players pose for a team photo with the Stanley Cup after defeating the Boston Bruins in game seven of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final at TD Garden.

Meanwhile, Vampire Weekend were performing at St. Louis' Fox Theatre last night, and they made a decision to celebrate the Blues' victory by playing a cover of "Gloria".

O'Reilly opened the scoring with about three minutes left in the period when he cleverly re-directed a shot from the point by Jay Bouwmeester that went right through Boston goalie Tuukka Rask's legs. Sierra Goodwill and Mike Petraglia discuss.

St. Louis can stop singing the blues. "It's not easy. I'm sure everyone pictured it differently and we believed that it was there for us".

Most of the Bruins admitted they were never going to get over the bitter taste of a Game 7 loss in the Stanley Cup Final on home ice, and that's understandable given where players like Patrice Bergeron, Marchand, Krejci and Chara are at this point in their career.

On what it means to win the Conn Smythe Trophy: "Gosh, I - yeah, it's tough to describe, you know".

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"We've wanted this for so long", Federko said. The win would have provided the city of Boston with its third professional sports championship in less than a year.

After Patriots Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman and Olympic champion gymnast Aly Raisman - both wearing David Ortiz jerseys as the honorary flag bearers and a nod to the wounded Red Sox great - came out and fired up the crowd, Boston came charging out quickly. Three of them have come at St. Louis' expense.

Or a pick-me-up from his teammates to keep this close, at the very least.

And the Bruins responded, dominating for long stretches of time except in the way that mattered most.

Blues goalie Jordan Binnington was waiting patiently, as National Hockey League rookies learn to do, while the Stanley Cup was passed from teammate to teammate across the recently conquered ice of the new Boston Garden.

Laila Anderson gives the Stanley Cup a kiss.

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