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3 Blues players stop by Andy Cohen’s show to play a different kind of hockey

Patrick Maroon, Colton Parayko and Joel Edmundson stopped by Cohen's show Wednesday night.
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St. Louis Blues left wing Pat Maroon lifts the Stanley Cup during the NHL hockey Stanley Cup victory celebration, Saturday, June 15, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Scott Kane)

ST. LOUIS – A few Blues players were on St. Louis native Andy Cohen’s show Wednesday night and they played a 'different kind of hockey.'

Patrick Maroon, Colton Parayko and Joel Edmundson played what Cohen called ‘tonsil hockey’ on the show where they admitted to doing some scandalous things in the past.

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The stories would be read and Cohen would have to guess which Blues player did it. Shep Rose from ‘Southern Charm’ and actor Adam DeVine were also on the show.

“I heard through the grapevine that Joel gave us one so scandalous we actually couldn’t use it,” Cohen said.

It was a surreal moment for Cohen when the Blues won the Stanley Cup.

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