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Blues to celebrate first-ever “We Went Blues Day” on Saturday

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You won’t want to miss the Blues’ upcoming celebration.

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The St. Louis Blues are slated to celebrate the two-year anniversary of their first Stanley Cup championship on Saturday, June 12.

So, if you’re seriously in love with the Blues or you have nothing else better to do this Saturday, binge-watch and listen to the 2019 Stanley Cup Final and relive the Blues’ incredible run to the Stanley Cup.

Sports fan depression is real, and there are “depressed” Blues fans. If you’re still a depressed Blues fan because they were swept by the Colorado Avalanche in the first round, you have every right to feel that way. It’s worth remembering they overcame a lot in order to make the playoffs, and you had the chance to watch some good hockey to cheer yourself up during a pandemic.

Here’s the schedule. All times are listed in Central Daylight Time.

1. Game 7 at noon on 101 ESPN St. Louis.
2. Game 7 at 3 pm on Bally Sports Midwest.
3. “History Made” at 6 pm on YouTube.


Notes
Here are additional details of everything you can expect on “We Went Blues Day”.

Game 7: In Their Words
“Game 7: In Their Words” previously aired on June 12, 2020 to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Blues’ first Stanley Cup Championship. The show, which was produced by Blue Note Productions, replays Game 7 in its entirety with a new introduction from John Kelly and exclusive commentary from the players and coaches who lived it.

Game 7 Replay on 101 ESPN
You can tune in to Chris Kerber and Joey Vitale’s call of Game 7 from TD Garden in Boston as it re-airs on 101 ESPN on Saturday from noon until 2 pm.

History Made: Director’s Cut
Enjoy all four episodes of the History Made: Director’s Cut web series as it replays on the Blues’ YouTube channel Saturday beginning at 6 pm. Each episode takes you behind the scenes of memorable moments following the Blues’ championship, including the first 24 hours after the win, the parade, the summer Cup Tour and the banner-raising on Opening Night.

Market Street Dream
Fans can purchase limited-edition prints of “Market Street Dream,” a painting of the Blues’ 52-year journey to a Stanley Cup championship created by American sports artist Rick Rush. The prints will be available for purchase at STLAuthentics.com and depicts key playoff moments and historical references to the 2019 championship run.

#WeWentBlues on social media
Re-live great moments from the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs throughout the day on the team’s social media accounts. Moments include Jaden Schwartz’s hat trick against the Winnipeg Jets in Round 1, Pat Maroon’s double-overtime goal in Game 7 of the Blues’ second-round matchup with Dallas and Carl Gunnarsson’s overtime winner that secured the Blues’ first-ever win in the Stanley Cup Final. Plus, you can enjoy highlights of key in-game moments while “Game 7: In Their Words” airs on Bally Sports Midwest.

Merchandise Deals at the STL Authentics Team Store
Purchase a Blues jersey and receive 50% off a Stanley Cup Final or Stanley Cup Champions jersey patch, plus get $5 Stanley Cup Champion T-shirts and $10 championship polos and hoodies. In addition, History Made: The Official Story of the 2019 Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues books will be available for 50% off. The store is open from 11 am until 5 pm, and deals are also available online at STLAuthentics.com.

Stanley Cup Final Game-Worn Jersey Auction
Own a piece of history by bidding on game-used jerseys worn by the Blues in Game 6 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final. To bid, visit blues.givesmart.com or text BLUES to 76278 beginning at 10 am on Saturday. The auction will end at 9 pm on Monday. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Blues for Kids.

Virtual Champions Walk
Fans can check out the Blues’ Instagram story on “We Went Blues Day” to take a virtual tour of the Champions Walk outside Enterprise Center. The walk features bricks purchased by fans and highlights key moments from the Blues’ championship run in 2019.