Hockey Player Brings Stanley Cup to His Brother's Grave

When the St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup, there were plenty of parades and parties with hundreds of thousands of people celebrating the big win. But one lifelong Blues fan missed out on the celebration. Former Blues player and coach Barclay Plager wasn't there to see it; he tragically passed away back in 1988. But Barclay's brother Bobby Plager, who also played and coached for the Blues, wasn't going to let Barclay miss out on the celebration he would have loved to see. Bobby, along with a group of loved ones, decided to take the Stanley cup party to the cemetery where Barclay rests.



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