WATCH: The 7 times the crowd went crazy during Blues rally

Although nothing will touch Brett Hull's speech, these guys were pretty good at playing to the crowd

June 17, 2019 - 3:32 pm

(KFTK) - After Saturday's 1.5 mile parade — which felt closer to 5 miles with the amount of extra walking by the St. Louis Blues players – everyone gathered under the Arch for the final rally honoring the Stanley Cup Champions. Players, coaches, front office staff, ownership and alumni were recognized, and that's where we were treated to some of the best moments of the entire celebration. 

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Here are seven times the Blues made fans go crazy at the rally:

Doug Armstrong, general manager: 

"I'm so effin proud of you boys, great job." 

Ryan O'Reilly, forward: 

"I was saying this ealier during the parade, I was saying this is a city of amazing hockey fans. They're amazingly nice people. And they're amazing drinkers as well, they can really hold their stuff. It's awesome, I love it."

Jordan Binnington, goalie: 

"You wanna see some f****** emotion? We're Stanley Cup Champions baby!"

"You guys have waited a long time, so this is incredible. Thank you for sharing this with us."

Jaden Schwartz, forward:

Holy smokes, this doesn't even feel real. I told myself I didn't want to talk tonight because I didn't want to embarrass myself, this is unbelievable. These fans are- the parade the best thing- the parade was the best days of our lives I think."

Pat Maroon, forward:

"I'm a hometown hero, baby! Whooo! Put your glasses up right now St. Louis, look around right now. We're Stanley Cup Champs, baby!"

Larry Robinson, coach:

"This one's for Boston." – *raises his middle finger

Alex Pietrangelo, captain:

"I got to walk the parade with the kids, we've got guys back here with kids, I see kids in the crowd, I mean, we all know what this is about. It's about the fans, the family and I tell you what, there's another family behind me and I'm so damn proud to be a part of this."

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