Did anyone have more fun at the Blues parade than Brett Hull?

You tell us...

June 17, 2019 - 8:03 am

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - If you haven't heard the highlights yet of Brett Hull's day at the St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Parade, take a minute to listen to his speech on the rally, in the video above. 

The Hall of Famer might of had a bit too much liquid confidence in him by the time he reached the stage under the Arch on Saturday, as he tried to start a new "We went Blues" chant, he sang "Gloria" and is calling for a few more Cup coming to St. Louis soon. 

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But he wasn't the only one having a blast. So who do you think had the most fun? Before you answer, scroll down to see what it was like for the other players and fans who were there: 

First off, we have to mention the fans. It has been estimated by the Blues that 1.5 million people were downtown. So did the fans, especially the one's who got to touch the Stanley Cup have the most fun? 

Or was it the hometown kid, Pat Maroon? The Oakville native took a pay cut to come to play for the team he grew up rooting for and he got to bring the first ever NHL Championship home with him: 

Maybe the Blues youngsters, in Vince Dunn (22), Robert Thomas (19) and Sammy Blais (23), who had the best time? 

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