Hundreds of thousands of people are expected in downtown St. Louis Saturday for a parade and rally to honor the Blues, Stanley Cup champions for the first time in their 52-year history. The team hadn't been back until this year. It's St. Louis' first-ever Stanley Cup trophy. Then her mom surprised her with the news of a lifetime.
As the St. Louis Blues celebrated their championship, they invited Laila down the ice, and she and her favorite player, defenseman Colton Parayko, shared a handsome Stanley Cup moment. She was able to celebrate on ice with the rest of the team, and gave the Stanley Cup a kiss. "She is such a warrior".
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Ortiz continues to recover at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he remains in intensive care but is in stable condition. In a statement provided by the Red Sox , Tiffany Ortiz said that David Ortiz was "making good progress towards recovery".
"She's a fighter, and she's going to continue to fight".
Defenseman Jay Bouwmeester, who played for the Wolves in the 2004-2005 season, had an assist on the first of four goals for the Blues in Game 7.
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Ils ont d'ailleurs fait la connaissance d'un américain fervent supporter des gilets jaunes et présent spécialement pour la manif. À Mâcon (Saône-et-Loire), quelque 300 " gilets jaunes " se sont réunis pour une autre manifestation "nationale".
The Blues superfan has inspired the team, and with her doctor's approval, they brought her to Boston for Game 7. As she improved, so did the Blues, surprisingly skating into the playoffs with Laila as an inspiration.
"They have done so much for me that they don't know, and to know that I can repay them, that means so much to me", Laila said during a postgame interview. And now it's her turn for a little good luck.
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Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) also joined the protest in support of their counterparts in Kolkata . The MHA said the number of incidents of political violence in West Bengal increased from 509 in 2016 to 1035 in 2018.