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Don't worry, police officers kept the Cup safe Thursday night

The Blues celebrated their win at OB Clark’s Thursday.
Credit: Clayton Police Department

CLAYTON, Mo. – If you were wondering what happened to the Stanley Cup after it made its rounds at OB Clark’s… don’t worry it was safe.

The Cup was protected as it had a sleepover in Clayton Thursday night. Officers from the Clayton Police Department were invited by the Blues to see and hoist the Cup!

‘Congratulations St. Louis Blues and thank you for the opportunity. WE HAVE THE CUP!!!!’ The City of Clayton shared on Facebook.

The Blues celebrated their win at OB Clark’s Thursday. Hundreds of people showed up outside. People were even throwing items up to the players to sign.

Fans will be able to celebrate with the Blues on Saturday as the championship parade is underway in downtown St. Louis.

READ MORE: For the Blues, the party raged on at OB Clark's


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