St. Louis Blues visit the White House

St. Louis Blues visit the White House
The St. Louis Blues celebrated their Championship win at the White House on Tuesday, October 15. (Source: CBS)

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KFVS) - The St. Louis Blues celebrated their championship win at the White House.

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Posted by KFVS-TV on Tuesday, October 15, 2019

The Blues accepted their invitation from President Donald Trump and stopped at the nation’s capitol in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday afternoon, October 15 following theri four-game, 10-day road trip to Canada and Long Island, New York.

Every current member of the Blues’ championship roster attended, as well as former Blues Chris Butler and Chris Thorburn.

Blues superfan Laila Anderson was also there.

“This is incredible,” added goalie Jordan Binnington. “It was a great experience overall, and the experience we had with this team (was, too). It was our final Stanley Cup appearance and visit, and I think it’s a great way to have a finale.”

After taking a tour of the White House and visiting President Donald Trump in the Oval Office, the team was introduced at a news conference to celebrate their championship in the White House Rose Garden.

Stillman presented Pres. Trump with a personalized St. Louis Blues jersey during the news conference, while Alex Pietrangelo and the team captains presented him with a putter featuring the Blues’ Stanley Cup champions logo in the Oval Office.

Sen. Roy Blunt also congratulated the team and welcomed them to Capitol Hill.

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