ST. LOUIS – The Stanley Cup is back in St. Louis!
Philip Pritchard, also known as ‘Keeper of the Cup,’ shared on Twitter on July 19, the Cup was coming back for a big weekend.
The Cup surprised the crowds watching ‘Footloose’ at The Muny Friday night.
‘The people watching Footloose at @TheMuny had NO IDEA Lord Stanley was dropping by. #stlblues #StanleyCup,’ The Blue said on Twitter.
'In 101 years of Muny history we’ve had some incredible celebrities take our stage, but none quite like the St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup! What a spectacular honor!' The Muny said on Facebook.
It also looks like the Cup stopped by Barnes,
Oakville native Patrick Maroon will have his day with the Cup on Saturday.
The Cup is spending its summer traveling around the world. Its tour started on July 1 in Canada with Blues head coach Craig Berube. Other stops include, Sweden, Finland and Russia. Once the tour is over, the Cup will travel to Montreal to be engraved with the names of the players and coaches on the 2018-19 roster.